An old heritage building that dates back to 1886. I didn’t know what it was until I searched the name. But it was interesting enough to catch my attention.
A hawker selling food on the backstreets. This is still a common sight in Penang. They are largely “extinct” in most other cities and urban towns in Malaysia where they operate in hawker centres and markets. Penang is considered a hawker food heaven among the Malaysian Chinese population and deservedly so.
Yeah Yeah 1.0 album:-
The cendul is a favourite Malaysian dessert. The Famous Penang Road Teochew cendul shop is a family business with a history that dates back to 1936. A must-visit destination for travelers to Penang!
Not sure if this is a hardware shop or coffee shop. It looks like a popular happy hour joint for pigeons.
George Town, the capital of Penang, is a city located on the north-east corner of Penang Island. The metropolitan area, with a combined population of more than 2.25 million, is the second largest in Malaysia. The inner city of George Town has a population of about 720,000 and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site recognised for its unique architectural and cultural townscape.
I have enjoyed exploring the city on foot. However, a rickshaw ride is a good alternative if your feet are tired.