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STREET OF HARMONY
Visiting Penang, you are sure to visit Georgetown. From a melting pot of cultures and historic gems that are preserved over a century, there is plenty to see and people to meet in Penang, especially in the Street of Harmony, one of the oldest roads in the city centre with harmony in diversity.
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WATERFALL HILLTOP TEMPLE
Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani Temple or better known as the Waterfall Hilltop Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated for Lord Murugan. Every year on Thaipusam, thousands of devotees flock the temple to pray and and paying respect to Lord Murugan. Touted as the largest Lord Murugan temple outside India, with a 7-storeys gopuram, Waterfall Hilltop Temple is never empty without visitor.
MINOR BASILICA OF ST ANNE
Minor Basilica of St. Anne is a Roman Catholic church located in Bukit Mertajam, Mainland Penang. It is one of the parishes in the Diocese of Penang. Its annual celebration of the feast of St Anne regularly attracts over 100,000 pilgrims from Malaysia as well as neighbouring countries The celebrations lasts for 10 days, and includes the actual feast day on 26 July.
FIRE-WALKING PRAYERS (SPECIAL SERIES)
The Sree Maha Mariamman Devasthanam is one of the oldest Hindu temples in Butterworth. Every year the temple will celebrate Theemithi or more commonly known as ‘the Fire-Walking Prayers’ between May to July.
BUTTERWORTH LAY BUDDHIST SOCIETY 北海佛教居士林
Butterworth Lay Buddhist Society (BLBS) is a Buddhist organization located in Butterworth, Mainland Penang. BLBS stands out as the harmonious intersection of 3 main branches of Buddhism, namely Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana. Unlike other Buddhist temples, BLBS does not house any monks or nuns.