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one of the top tourist locations in the world with good reason. The mix of cultures in the old colonial town centre is breath taking. Food here is probably as varied and as tasty as you will find anywhere.
This UNESCO site is just wowwwwww. Take a walk in the old city and just feel it while you’re hunting the street art. Maps are available in mostly every accommodation. While you’re walking around you’ll find so many cute cafes, restaurants and street food. Definitely...More
Driving and walking around the old township of George Town you can just imagine the days of the old British colonial rule. The old colonial administration buildings are large and opulent while the average Malay workers buildings are small and compacted together. This said the...More
The UNESCO World Heritage area of George Town on Penang Island was everything that I had hoped that it would be.
Firstly, I love South East Asia and, living in Australia, it's pretty easy to visit. However, while we have spent a number of holidays...More
While I like to get out and find my own path - sometimes fate dictates otherwise - and so it was that after missing a tour of the Blue Mansion that my wife and I were approached by Zul (licensed taxi driver and guide) to...More
We travelled to Penang on the basis that I had heard of it. I have to say it was the best culinary adventure I have ever been on. What, a wonderful island and at its heart sits this main town. The food is eclectic covering,...More
from Penang cruise terminal you can walk to George Town in twenty minutes or you can take the free shuttle bus,visit the WHS museum then cross the small park go down Armenian Street passing The Eidelweiss Bar where they serve a nice class of Beer...More