Posted on February 23, 2016 by DestinationsPhoto Gallery: Temple of 10,000 Buddhas, Penang, Malaysia Follow us on Facebook! Here are some additional photos of the Kek Lok Si Temple in Penang. The Kek Lok Si Temple with its many buildings and structures. The turtle pond. Every Buddhist temple has a turtle pond. People donate turtles to the temple to bless themselves with long life. Unfortunately, many of these ponds are overcrowded. Not a particularly pleasant place for our shelled friends. The Pagoda of Rama VI Navigating a passageway bedecked with lanterns for Chinese New Year. Elegant fashion model on a photo shoot at the temple. There were a half dozen models with photographers in tow scattered throughout. Long line of Buddhas. Each was sporting a swastika, an ancient Buddhist symbol, on its chest. Looking out over the city from one of the pagodas. Two large statues, a musician and a warrior, in a large glass case. One of the beautiful pagodas. Incense pots in front of one of the many temples in the complex. The funicular tram leading to the upper plaza. Odd little statue of Minnie Mouse on the upper plaza. Janis and some statues of cartoon characters and Buddhas. A pagoda tower surrounded by a pool. The statue of Guanyin, Goddess of Mercy. One of the smaller warrior statues on either side of the Goddess of Mercy The souvenir shop at the upper plaza with a giant figure behind it. Another exotic model posing for pictures. Overlooking the funicular tram and some monastery buildings. And we leave you with these sleepy heads. After a long tour through the temple, you may want a nap too! Follow us on Facebook!