Thni Kong Tnua
|Thni Kong Tnua|
天公坛 (Simplified Chinese)|
天公壇 (Traditional Chinese)
|Location||Penang Hill, Air Itam, George Town|
|Direction of façade||East|
Thni Kong Tnua, or the Jade Emperor's Pavilion, is a Taoist temple at the foot of Penang Hill at the Air Itam suburb in George Town, Penang. Completed in 1869, it is the only temple in Malaysia to be built specifically for the worship of the Jade Emperor (Hokkien: Thiⁿ-kong) and becomes a focal point for the annual Jade Emperor's Birthday celebrations on the ninth day of Chinese New Year.
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