Penang running out of money? Why not just donate the land like other places or allow them to rent it at low cost?
Tokong says if you are interested to buy, please call him and he give you good price below commercial market value.
Twenty acres of land in mainland Penang have been set aside to build non-Muslim religious places of worship, said Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng.
Non-Muslim organisations are offered to buy the plots of land from the state government, he added.
Lim said the leasehold land in Bagan, Butterworth, have been demarcated into 32 lots of different sizes for the purpose.
Lim said the land will not cost as much as commercial lots since its purpose was to build places of worship.
Those interested are advised to write officially to him or state executive councilor Lim Hock Seng, who is the state assembly-person for the area where the plots are located.