Here are a few other photos from our last day in Penang. I’ll keep the descriptions to a minimum.
The so-called Floating Mosque. It’s a mosque built upon pillars so that it is over the water. The caretakers were open to visitors, and, consequently, this was the first mosque in which I had entered the prayer room (which follows).
Reclining Buddha (Thai Buddhist temple). The most interesting thing about this building (other than the giant Buddha) was that it also served as a mausoleum. Thousands of urns with ashes line the four walls and the room beneath the Buddha.
Street art photo from the evening before. Taken with a flash at night, but enhanced in Photoshop. You may notice in the post done a few days before that the other artist was playing off this image in his piece of street art.