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This Snake temple perhaps is the only temple of its kind in the world. The origins dates back to 1850 when the original temple was build. As the story goes, snakes entered the temple after completing and have never left. When you enter the temple you will find quite a few snakes.
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Build in 1850, is perhaps the only temple of its kind in the world. The temple is filled with the smoke of burning incense and a variety of pit vipers. The vipers are believed to be rendered harmless by the sacred smoke, but as a safety precaution, the snakes have also been de-venomed but still have…
The snake temple offers to its visitors the possibility te see real snakes. It's mostly historically interesting.
Able to have an educational experience. You can see King Cobra,Monocled Cobra...
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“Built in 1930 by the British as a fortress against Japanese attacks, it was overtaken by Jap forces during WWII when they surprised the Brits with inland invasion rather than the sea. While historical hand-me-down accounts vary, it is believed that the Japanese garrison is a butcher house for civilians & prisoners-of-war. The location of Penang War Museum is enough to set goose pimples running amok. It sits on Bukit Hantu, which means ‘Ghost Hill’ because local folklore is apparently rife with ghostly sightings & encounters in the vicinity. It could also be the result of active imagination due to the fort’s dark past as a purported Jap torture camp during WWII that the hill got its name!”
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