Penang Buddhist Association Senior Citizens’ Home is a home of the elderly along Perak Road, in George Town, Penang. Established by the Penang Buddhist Association, it is housed in a new 5-storey building a short distance from the association. The home was opened by the Chief Minister of Penang, Lim Guan Eng, on 9 January, 2011.
The Penang Buddhist Association Senior Citizens’ Home was established to house poor people aged between 60 and 75 who have no immediate family members. Those accepted are provided free lodging. People of all races and religion are welcome, though Muslims are advised to first seek the permission of the State Islamic Religious Affairs Department.
The PBA Senior Citizens’ Home can accommodate 300 residents. As the home does not have nursing facilities, it is only able to accept people who are reasonably healthy.
The Penang Buddhist Association Senior Citizens’ Home
|Chan Seong Lok Contact Person|
|+604 2268 834 Phone Number|
|+604 2268 843Fax Number|
|Established since 2011Year of Establishment|
|P/PJB WT 21/2021Registration Number|
|No. 71, Jalan Perak 10150 Pulau PinangAddress|