Category: Penang

  • Penang Food

    Penang Food

    Must Try Penang Food Penang is food paradise. The biggest feature in Penang cuisine is her diversity. Here you can find different race with different origin and different types of food. To eat different kinds of food, you must mix with different sauces like cheung fun (rice rolls) with shrimp paste,koay teow soup with chilli […]

  • Penang – Glass Museum

    Penang – Glass Museum

    PENANG Glass Museum One of the best things to do in Penang is to take a tour of the Glass Museum and see the longest batik motif glass painting as recorded in Malaysia Book of Records. While you are here, you can learn the techniques used in glass making and be enlightened by how it […]

  • Penang – Clan jetties

    Penang – Clan jetties

    PENANG Clan jetties A part of the Penang heritage trail,The clan jetties and their floating villages are some of the most popular places of interest in Penang. These villages that were built on stilts over water were established in the 19th century when Chinese immigrants came to Malaysia. Clan jetties is a conglomeration of six […]

  • Penang – Hakka Village

    Penang – Hakka Village

    PENANG Hakka Village Founded in 2012, Balik Pulau Lodge (Hakka Village) is a hill resort at the southwestern corner of Penang Island. The nature retreat is operated by Maggie Fong , In the cottage you will be able to enjoy traditional Hakka dishes, including black vinegar pork trotters, steamed pork belly with taro, yellow wine […]

  • Penang – Street Art in George Town

    Penang – Street Art in George Town

    PENANG Street Art in George Town Georgetown Penang street art and Penang murals became an international phenomenon when in 2012 visionary Penang Municipal Council hired a Lithuanian-born graffiti genius Ernest Zacharevic.Today, one of the most Instagranmable spots in town is the large “children on a bicycle” mural. Muntri Street and Ah Quee streets are particularly […]

  • Penang – Peranakan Museum

    Penang – Peranakan Museum

    PENANG Penang Peranakan Museum Penang Peranakan Mansion is a 19th century Chinese home of an affluent family in Penang. This is now converted to a museum that showcases the culture and traditions followed by the Chinese in this region. Housed in a delicately restored museum, visitors will get to browse from over 1,000 pieces of […]

  • Penang – St. George’s Church

    Penang – St. George’s Church

    PENANG St. George’s Church Saint George Church, is reportedly the oldest Anglican church in Malaysia. Built by convicts, at the corner of Lebuh Farquhar and Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling, it has been faithfully holding services since its conception in 1818. The grand Francis Light memorial that rests in front of the church reflects Penang’s tribute […]

  • Penang – Toy Museum

    Penang – Toy Museum

    PENANG Penang Toy Museum For toy fans, first recommended attraction in Penang is Penang toy museum. From the private collection of collectibles to the establishment of museum. Today the museum has more than one hundred thousand toys collections from dolls, barbie dolls, toy models to a variety of film style. Toy museum can be said […]

  • Penang – Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion

    Penang – Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion

    PENANG Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion Built in the 1880s, this famous indigo-blue Chinese Courtyard House in Georgetown was the residence of Cheong Fatt Tze, a prominent Chinese figure in the newly established Penang Straits Settlement during the 19th century. The mansion was built by master craftsmen brought in especially from China, who used their skills […]

  • Penang – Kek Lok Temple

    Penang – Kek Lok Temple

    PENANG Kek Lok Temple Located in Air Itam, Penang’s KEK Lok Temple, is one of Southeast Asia’s most beautiful and largest Buddhist temple. Here built a shelter of meandering channels, there are souvenir shops on the entire channels all the way to the temple. Its main draw is the seven-storey Pagoda of Rama VI, about […]