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Sri Mahamariamman Temple

Lebuh Queen, George Town, 10450 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Hindu Temples

About Sri Mahamariamman Temple

It is also known as Mariamman Temple or Queen Street Indian Temple. Built in 1833, the Arulmigu Sri Mahamariamman Temple in George Town is the oldest Hindu temple in Penang, Malaysia, and features sculptures of gods and goddesses over its main entrance and facade. It is located at Queen Street, George Town.


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Goddess of Mercy Temple Penang0.15km from Sri Mahamariamman Temple

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Penang Street Art0.29km from Sri Mahamariamman Temple

A walk through various murals in the city of George Town, Penang.

St. George's Anglican Church0.35km from Sri Mahamariamman Temple

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Penang State Museum and Art Gallery0.37km from Sri Mahamariamman Temple

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Eng Chuan Tong Tan Kongsi0.49km from Sri Mahamariamman Temple

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City Hall0.64km from Sri Mahamariamman Temple

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