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Sam Poh Footprint Temple

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Penang Island 11900, Malaysia
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Good place to see Penang second bridge

It is a very nice place to visit. You can see a big statue of Cheng Ho in the garden of the temple... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2017
Ong H
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Malaysia
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Nice temple with beautiful garden and sea views

This attraction is a distance away from the city but the bus ride can be enjoyable if you... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2017
quekkg
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Singapore, Singapore
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15 Oct 2017
“Good place to see Penang second bridge ”
9 Sep 2017
“Nice temple with beautiful garden and sea views”
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Penang Island 11900, Malaysia
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Reviewed 15 October 2017 via mobile

It is a very nice place to visit. You can see a big statue of Cheng Ho in the garden of the temple. There is a beautiful big mural on the big rock. You can go up the stairs case and have a view of...More

Thank Ong H
Reviewed 9 September 2017

This attraction is a distance away from the city but the bus ride can be enjoyable if you appreciate local colour, architecture and views of mountains. The temple has been refurbished and there is a beautiful garden with a statue of Admiral Cheng Ho at...More

Thank quekkg
Reviewed 1 July 2017 via mobile

Don't bother. Caught an 18 myr uber out there to see what looked like an indent in a rock and a pretty basic little temple and theres not really alot else going on out there besides a nice little local cafe next door that cooks...More

Thank Shani M
Reviewed 19 June 2017

Located at Batu Maung in a fisherman village (next to Southbay), Sam Poh Footprint Temple was built in year 1795 and was rebuilt in year 1995 with current look. The clean and peaceful temple can easily be missed even by Penangites. However, once you found...More

1  Thank CheeWah_Chan
Reviewed 11 February 2017

This is a small seaside temple overlooking fishing boats and the second bridge. The temple is dedicated to the legendary Ming dynasty Muslim eunuch Admiral Zheng He. There is a giant footprint set in stone believed to have been that of Sam Poh, the local...More

1  Thank matrix_irene
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