Dhammikarama Burmese Temple
Dhammikarama Burmese Temple
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Roslyn138
Wrexham, UK1 068 bidrag
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apr. 2024 • Par
The temple is right opposite Wat Chaymangkalarm - and is the only Burmese Buddhist temple in the state. The oldest part goes back to 1805. It serves as a retreat for devotees as well as a monks quarters.
There is a large statue of Buddha in the main shrine hall which is worth seeing as well as the landscaped gardens and the tall bell tower.
There is an elevator to go up to the third floor but unfortunately we didn’t have enough time to see the views.
Skrevet 26. mai 2024
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Valter M
Milano, Italia3 429 bidrag
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apr. 2024 • Alene
Rare example of a Burmese temple outside the country's borders. A Burmese Buddhist temple founded in 1803. At the entrance a pair of white elephants, which are sacred in Buddhism, guard the temple while inside, a bodhi tree and a wishing pond greet the visitor.
Skrevet 16. april 2024
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jebuc
Wombourne, UK407 bidrag
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apr. 2024 • Par
Unique Burmese temple in Penang . Worth a visit. Great architecture. One monk was very friendly and would talk to visitors.
Skrevet 14. april 2024
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Highroads Traveler
Newtown Square, PA927 bidrag
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feb. 2024 • Par
Traveling to Burma is definitely on my bucket list, but until then, I had a great experience at the Burmese Temple, right here in Penang! It was great to walk the grounds and enjoy the temple… I loved the world map and the monk on site for prayer intentions.
Skrevet 25. februar 2024
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Игорь
Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Russland28 846 bidrag
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feb. 2024 • Par
Two Buddhist temples opposite each other. Bright, juicy, immediately eye-catching Chaiya Mangalaram Thai Buddhist Temple and this temple seems to be a little simpler and dimmer, or something. But once you go inside and start leisurely strolling through a fairly large area under shady canopies, you immediately become captivated by the charm of this temple. Temples are different. This one is more like the temples of Myanmar. And it turned out that it was here that from the beginning of the 19th century there was a Burmese settlement and in 1803 a monastery was founded here. And now it is a monastery. Founded as a kyaung (monastery), the temple still serves as a refuge (from whom, I wonder?) for Buddhist subjects. And all the attributes of a monastery are present: a house for monks, a monastery library. Lots of interesting sculptures.
Skrevet 23. februar 2024
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Davidjellis
Lowestoft, UK9 181 bidrag
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des. 2023 • Par
I visited this temple on a cruise ship excursion around George Town. Actually the main stop was the Thai temple opposite but as this was close by and as we had some time to spare I popped over to have a look. It was beautiful and I am pleased I visited, albeit in a hurry.

This is Penang’s oldest Buddhist temple, founded in 1803. I understand the grounds are expansive and looking at reviews I think we missed much of the sights behind the main temple, but my attention was mainly grabbed by the imposing golden Buddha in the main prayer hall.

This is the only Burmese temple in Penang. I had a quick look around and took a few pictures but could easily have spent more time to check it out properly. There were a couple of people at the gates who were begging, I gather this is discouraged by the temple. The site features various pretty decorated shrines and tributes. I read that at the back of the temple an old well has koi and green turtles. The temple is located in the Pulau Takis district of Georgetown, and is open daily and free to enter.
Skrevet 30. januar 2024
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meilin l
Macquarie Park, Australia943 bidrag
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des. 2023 • Familie
Lovely place. Temple is larger than it looks on the outside. Advice to give yourself at least 30 min to visit as it has lots to offer. Huge buddhas inside and around the temple. There are second hall and a pond. Do remember to walk behind to check it out
Skrevet 26. januar 2024
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Leonhkny
Hongkong, Kina19 632 bidrag
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des. 2023 • Familie
This ornate, golden Buddhist temple, slightly away from downtown, adds a lot of color and wow factors to George Town's religious scene. The Southeast Asian-style temple is a serene space with some lively illustration of the Buddhist faith. A stroll around is a fun and educational experience for visitors.
Skrevet 20. januar 2024
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Pek Jenny
Singapore, Singapore429 bidrag
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des. 2023 • Venner
Most of the art works of the statues in the temple are modeled after the different branches of Buddhism from several Buddhist countries. With a lovely landscaped garden and the tall bell tower, you’re guaranteed to find some peace of mind and tranquility from the temple’s surrounding. Try walking over the bridge of the small fish pond and enjoy great views over the complex from the third floor balcony of the golden bell tower (that is also accessible by elevator).
Skrevet 28. desember 2023
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Princes of travel
Paris, Frankrike6 039 bidrag
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aug. 2023 • Par
This Burmese temple, the only one in Malaysia, is located a little outside the historic city center of Georgetown but it is definitely worth a look.
Easily accessible on foot, by car or taxi (use the grab app), the temple is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Find out about schedules before going.
The site is quite large and consists of several buildings. Stupas, pagodas, all decorated and covered with gold leaf are a real eye-catcher. The huge Buddha at the entrance measures 8.20 meters and is truly impressive. At the bottom, a garden with a pool of sculptures and statues linked to the Buddhist religion and its symbols.

Possibility of climbing to the top of the pagoda to enjoy the 360° view of the site, the city and even the Thai temple located just opposite. Entrance is obviously free and the people in charge of the place are smiling and welcoming.

Allow a good hour to go around and see everything. Possibility of purchasing drinks and food on site.
Skrevet 25. september 2023
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