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Penang Hill – Enjoy panoramic views and the cool climate

Time always seems to pass by in a flash whenever we are travelling, doesn’t it? Without realizing, we were already into the second last day of our Penang trip. We wanted to do something relaxing with a bit of sight-seeing and hence we headed to Penang Hill. A Grab ride from G Hotel Kelawai (where […]

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Bao Sheng Durian Farm | 2D1N Durian Farm Stay | Penang

The first time I heard about Bao Sheng Durian Farm was when I watched a travel program on TV. Hence during our trip to Penang, I thought I would include a 2D1N durian farm stay in our itinerary. Just so we could experience life in the countryside. And at the same time, we could know […]

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The Ultimate Penang Street Art Guide

One of the most fun and most meaningful things I had done during this trip was to explore the massive collection of Penang Street Art. Even though I managed to see almost a hundred of them, there were still lots that I had missed out. That just gives me another reason to return to Penang […]

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Wonderfood Museum Penang – Don’t come on an empty stomach!

Wonderfood Museum is a one-of-a-kind museum that showcases Malaysia’s local cuisine. For those who are unfamiliar with Malaysian food culture, this is definitely a must-see attraction where you can discover over 100 popular street foods and local dishes. Even if you are somewhat familiar with Malaysian food, you will still be amazed by the life-sized […]

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Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi – Penang’s Most Magnificent Chinese Clan House

Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi (or Khoo Kongsi for short) is one of the most well-known and richest Chinese clan associations in Malaysia. Their ancestral origins can be traced back some 650 years ago. The entire Khoo Kongsi complex is like a clan village comprising the clan house Leong San Tong, an administrative building with […]

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Chew Jetty (姓周桥) – Most Famous Floating Village in Penang

After our delicious loh bak and ice kacang break at Tan Jetty, we hopped over to Chew Jetty that was just a stone’s throw away. Chew Jetty is the largest and oldest clan jetty in Penang. Of all the six waterfront settlements, Chew Jetty is also the most busy and lively because it is more […]

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Tan Jetty (姓陈桥) – One of the Six Remaining Clan Jetties of Penang

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. Currently, there are six such jetties left in Penang. Five of them are differentiated by surnames […]

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Pinang Peranakan Mansion | Filming Site of The Little Nyonya

I never knew the existence of Pinang Peranakan Mansion until I read in entertainment news many years ago that it was one of the filming locations for Channel 8’s 2008 drama, The Little Nyonya. Never did follow the drama then but I briefly caught a few episodes of the rerun and remembered seeing this green […]

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Kek Lok Si Temple | Largest Buddhist Temple in Malaysia

We started Day 2 in Penang with a whole morning of non-stop eating action around the Air Itam Market area. If you’ve missed out my earlier blog posts on some recommended local eats, here they are – Sister Curry Mee Te Chang You Tiao Wang Air Itam Laksa Tummies satisfied. Time to head over to […]

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