The Dhammikarama Burmese Buddhist Temple is one of the tourist attractions in Penang. The temple is filled with statues and you can find a lot of stalls around the temples where you can get some sourveniers as well.
The Dhammikarama Burmese Buddhist Temple is situated along Burma Lane in Pulau Tikus and was founded on 1st August 1803, the temple was known as “Nandy Moloh Burmese Temple” then. This place of public worship was purchased by Nonya Betong from George Layton, granted by Sir George Leith Baronet, LT. Governer of Prince of Wales Island, for 390 Spanish Dollars and donated to the temple. The temple s located at the enclave of Burmah Lane in Pulau Tikus alongside another magnificent architecture of Wat Chayamangkalaram.
While walking in to the temple, you can learn about the stories of Buddha where they have frames the history piece by piece along the walkway to the main temple itself.
Many worshippers come here to worship and pray for a better results in examination.
Many worshippers were seated on the floor of this hall gazing upon the peaceful expression of the Buddha’s face, praying or meditating
The Dhammikarama Burmese Buddhist Temple has been identified as one of the fifteen historical sites to be launched under the visit Penang year 1988 in the state of Penang. The temple is simply beautiful and it is one of the tourist attraction which is not to be missed.
The view from above where you can see the whole view of the temple environment.
24 Burma Lane, 10250 Pulau Tikus, Penang.
Open Daily: 9 am – 6 pm