It is almost impossible to miss the pristine blue-and-white church along Pulau Tikus. One could be forgiven to mistake this ... More
Church of the Immaculate Conception
It is almost impossible to miss the pristine blue-and-white church along Pulau Tikus. One could be forgiven to mistake this quaint chapel has the look of an English picture postcard. It may not have a glorified history like its other compatriots scattered on the island, but it is a matriarch in its own right, providing a listening ear and model for the convent and its young inhabitants next door.
Reviews for Church of the Immaculate Conception: 2
By A Yahoo Contributor, 12/19/06
I went to Church Of Immaculate Conception on Chinese New Year. The church was really beautiful. The parish priest was a good one. We often play a joke with us during mass time. The church population was kind of a lot. The parking lots finish up really quick during mass times.
I am stationed in Penang for work for two years and have been attending Sunday mass here for 9 months now..... A very nice church.... I attend the English version mass and can understand all very clearly.... a nice experience, attending mass in different countries ....
Along Weld Quay are the historical waterfront and the harbor of Penang, where bustling wharf activity takes place and the
ferry terminal is found. The Victoria Memorial Clocktower, built from 1897 1902, greets you at the entrance. Beyond the ...
This historic church, named after a patron saint of England, is reportedly the oldest Anglican church in Malaysia. Built by
convicts, at the corner of Lebuh Farquhar and Jalan Mesjid Kapitan Keling, it has been faithfully holding services since ...
In the old days, craftsmen, artisans and carpenters newly arrived in Penang from Guangdong would call here before setting out
to look for work. The guild is also known in Chinese as the "Loo Pun" temple for worship of ...