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Guidebook for Gelugor

Chris

Guidebook for Gelugor

Food Scene
A great variety of Malay delights and local delights along the street in the morning and even more in the evening. There is this best roti canai by the road side street vendor (Lyana Roti Canai) ...Roti canai also kneaded by Malay lady boss. And it goes with the best dipping sauce in town.
Hilir Pemancar
A great variety of Malay delights and local delights along the street in the morning and even more in the evening. There is this best roti canai by the road side street vendor (Lyana Roti Canai) ...Roti canai also kneaded by Malay lady boss. And it goes with the best dipping sauce in town.
Vegetarian food is widely available in Malaysia. There is chinese and indian vegetarian mostly. Most indian shops serve both vegetarian and non-veg. For street food, order "kosong" or "mai liao" meanings you don't want the extra like prawn and meat. They will most likely ask if you want egg. Most vendor don't use pork lard as opposed to the old practice where pork lard is a cheaper alternative but do ask for cooking oil if you mind. Most noodle soup however use some kind of animal bones to stew. Back Home serve kinda off more healthy version of meatless meal. It is a relaxing home based restaurant and well worth a visit for lunch or dinner. Don't go too late. The lady owner like to close early as she has a long day already.
Back Home Cafe
2B Lorong Delima 7
Vegetarian food is widely available in Malaysia. There is chinese and indian vegetarian mostly. Most indian shops serve both vegetarian and non-veg. For street food, order "kosong" or "mai liao" meanings you don't want the extra like prawn and meat. They will most likely ask if you want egg. Most vendor don't use pork lard as opposed to the old practice where pork lard is a cheaper alternative but do ask for cooking oil if you mind. Most noodle soup however use some kind of animal bones to stew. Back Home serve kinda off more healthy version of meatless meal. It is a relaxing home based restaurant and well worth a visit for lunch or dinner. Don't go too late. The lady owner like to close early as she has a long day already.
You can get all types of malay and muslim food here. A wide selection from Roti Jala, traditional food Peknga to Nasi Lemuni. There is a also a Chinese selling bee hoon which seems to be very famous among the crowd. Adjacent to it is the local wet markets to get fresh produce. Drop by to get some fresh local fruits and vegetables/salads.
Astaka Taman Tun Sardon
You can get all types of malay and muslim food here. A wide selection from Roti Jala, traditional food Peknga to Nasi Lemuni. There is a also a Chinese selling bee hoon which seems to be very famous among the crowd. Adjacent to it is the local wet markets to get fresh produce. Drop by to get some fresh local fruits and vegetables/salads.
In a relatively new foodcourt, Shariff set up another branch here. The queue builds up not long after it opens in the evening but the good news is it is never too long a wait. Not only is Shariff nasi kandar (a fusion of malay and indian muslim cuisine) yummy, it is about the most reasonably priced when it comes to nasi kandar....but which every stall you patron and you want prawns or sotong/squid, please ask for the price first. Other stalls in the foodcourt are just as welcoming. One guy sells fancy burger with a knife sticking right out of it....
Shariff Nasi Kandar
159 Jalan Permai
In a relatively new foodcourt, Shariff set up another branch here. The queue builds up not long after it opens in the evening but the good news is it is never too long a wait. Not only is Shariff nasi kandar (a fusion of malay and indian muslim cuisine) yummy, it is about the most reasonably priced when it comes to nasi kandar....but which every stall you patron and you want prawns or sotong/squid, please ask for the price first. Other stalls in the foodcourt are just as welcoming. One guy sells fancy burger with a knife sticking right out of it....
This foodcourt is one of the oldest in Penang and have a facelift to it a few years back...thank goodness... You can get about anything here - chinese, indian and Malay...but different timing. Lunch to afternoon tea is chinese. Evening is malay. There are laksa, otak-otak, char koay teow, lok lok, Local titbits sold here include or kuih, Nyonya kuih, chye kuih and Ban Cien Koay, fried oyster, nasi kandar, nasi briyani, nasi tomato, mee goreng, mee rebus, sup tulang, sup ekor (oxtail soup), roti canai, murtabak, and many more. You can also find stalls selling desserts such as ice kacang and cendol.
Medan Selera Padang Brown
This foodcourt is one of the oldest in Penang and have a facelift to it a few years back...thank goodness... You can get about anything here - chinese, indian and Malay...but different timing. Lunch to afternoon tea is chinese. Evening is malay. There are laksa, otak-otak, char koay teow, lok lok, Local titbits sold here include or kuih, Nyonya kuih, chye kuih and Ban Cien Koay, fried oyster, nasi kandar, nasi briyani, nasi tomato, mee goreng, mee rebus, sup tulang, sup ekor (oxtail soup), roti canai, murtabak, and many more. You can also find stalls selling desserts such as ice kacang and cendol.
This stall is not exactly on a street but next to block of walk up flats. There is perpetually a small queue. Food is simple tomato rice with a few selections of dishes...just a few but the crowd is still there for its simple malay food. I saw one teenager with just the nasi tomato!! This stall opens from 7:30pm till 2pm!! There are two stalls you can sit down to have your nasi tomato. There is one with the burger stall but I went to the one further down the same row as nasi tomato stall. This young malay man serve us one of the best teh tarik. no fuss, no frills, just fragrant and smooth teh tarik.
Nasi tomato Batu Lancang
25 Lintang Batu Lancang
This stall is not exactly on a street but next to block of walk up flats. There is perpetually a small queue. Food is simple tomato rice with a few selections of dishes...just a few but the crowd is still there for its simple malay food. I saw one teenager with just the nasi tomato!! This stall opens from 7:30pm till 2pm!! There are two stalls you can sit down to have your nasi tomato. There is one with the burger stall but I went to the one further down the same row as nasi tomato stall. This young malay man serve us one of the best teh tarik. no fuss, no frills, just fragrant and smooth teh tarik.
Famous for its Chee Cheong Fun (Penang style with prawn sauce), muar chee, chicken rice, Thai pork knuckles rice, Laksa and many more Penang street food variety. Can skip the Char Kuey Teow, Hokkien Mee and Curry Mee though. There is another coffee shop (Kafe Mandarin) behind it with just as many selections. The Chee Cheong Fun here is not as sweet as the one in Genting, has the more traditional flavour...also very nice. The nyonya kuih here has a better spread and I prefers them to Genting's. http://www.mypenang.my/index.php/where-to-eat/394-island-glades-makan-places
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Genting Cafe
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Famous for its Chee Cheong Fun (Penang style with prawn sauce), muar chee, chicken rice, Thai pork knuckles rice, Laksa and many more Penang street food variety. Can skip the Char Kuey Teow, Hokkien Mee and Curry Mee though. There is another coffee shop (Kafe Mandarin) behind it with just as many selections. The Chee Cheong Fun here is not as sweet as the one in Genting, has the more traditional flavour...also very nice. The nyonya kuih here has a better spread and I prefers them to Genting's. http://www.mypenang.my/index.php/where-to-eat/394-island-glades-makan-places
This is one of the afternoon market to grab local produces, your vegetables and fruits, just drop by and wonder through the stalls and amaze yourself with fresh produces from the tropical climates and cool highlands nearby. Next to it is one of the larger foodcourt around in Penang . Grad something here especially for lunch if you are heading out of Penang. You can get about anything from this foodcourt, from nasi lemak to nasi kandar to Thai food to economy rice to char koay teow, loh mee, wantan mee, nyonya kuih, chicken rice, indian mee. In the morning, only the Dim Sum and the Roti Bakar shops are open. Mind you it is crowded as locals loves to patronize this lay back place. There are also ancillary shops selling local biscuits. Grab a few packages of them. They are not so famous but just as fresh and nice tambun biscuits, beh ter sor, pong piah, o-teng, etc.
Batu Lanchang Market
25 Lintang Batu Lancang
This is one of the afternoon market to grab local produces, your vegetables and fruits, just drop by and wonder through the stalls and amaze yourself with fresh produces from the tropical climates and cool highlands nearby. Next to it is one of the larger foodcourt around in Penang . Grad something here especially for lunch if you are heading out of Penang. You can get about anything from this foodcourt, from nasi lemak to nasi kandar to Thai food to economy rice to char koay teow, loh mee, wantan mee, nyonya kuih, chicken rice, indian mee. In the morning, only the Dim Sum and the Roti Bakar shops are open. Mind you it is crowded as locals loves to patronize this lay back place. There are also ancillary shops selling local biscuits. Grab a few packages of them. They are not so famous but just as fresh and nice tambun biscuits, beh ter sor, pong piah, o-teng, etc.
Drinks & Nightlife
Life musics, best view of Penang and cool breeze to go with it all...goes up to Penang Hills about 5:30pm in the evening for a stroll and ends at David Brown's about 7pm to watch sunset. Stay around, order some drinks and lets the music and band sink into your soul...
David Brown's Restaurant & Tea Terrace
Life musics, best view of Penang and cool breeze to go with it all...goes up to Penang Hills about 5:30pm in the evening for a stroll and ends at David Brown's about 7pm to watch sunset. Stay around, order some drinks and lets the music and band sink into your soul...
Not sure where to hang out. Head down to the Heritage zone. Walk about and you will surely find a good spot to relax and unwind and just watch the other tourist busy about! There are plenty of places for beer, coffee, cakes, street foods and lots of western eateries selections to your heart delight.
Georgetown
Not sure where to hang out. Head down to the Heritage zone. Walk about and you will surely find a good spot to relax and unwind and just watch the other tourist busy about! There are plenty of places for beer, coffee, cakes, street foods and lots of western eateries selections to your heart delight.
Arts & Culture
A run-down depo now converted to art gallery and cafe. Great place to unwind. As it is slightly out of the core heritage zone, goes to Hin Bus Depot in the afternoon. OPERATION HOURS ​MONDAY FRIDAY 12:00PM - 8:00PM ​SATURDAY - SUNDAY 11:00AM - 9.00PM ​ http://hinbusdepot.com/space.html
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Hin Bus Depot
31 Jalan Gurdwara
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A run-down depo now converted to art gallery and cafe. Great place to unwind. As it is slightly out of the core heritage zone, goes to Hin Bus Depot in the afternoon. OPERATION HOURS ​MONDAY FRIDAY 12:00PM - 8:00PM ​SATURDAY - SUNDAY 11:00AM - 9.00PM ​ http://hinbusdepot.com/space.html
The Heritage are in the old Georgetown is the best place to walk around and experience the old buildings, living museum (i.e. trade from the old days but sadly sunset), wall murals, street food of Indian, Chinese and Malays (including fusion of Indian-Malay and Chinese-Malay food) and of course some good Chinese restaurants and western. You should start early in the morning as early as 7am when you rent a bicycle to move around. See the post of Getting around. Or just walk around and explore with zest. You will need minimum two mornings to cover it all. Starts early and you beat the crowd and the heat. There are plenty of food stalls in this old part of town. One of the best breakfast selections is the Chowrasta market. Chowrasta Market starts early in the morning around 6.30am, and usually ends around 11am. Chowrasta has two markets, one in the market building itself, the other the open markets by the streets. Look for an open eatery behind the market building, across the side lane, tucked in between the old buildings. If you see a flower nursery or a stall that sells plants, then you are at the right foodcourt!
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조지타운
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The Heritage are in the old Georgetown is the best place to walk around and experience the old buildings, living museum (i.e. trade from the old days but sadly sunset), wall murals, street food of Indian, Chinese and Malays (including fusion of Indian-Malay and Chinese-Malay food) and of course some good Chinese restaurants and western. You should start early in the morning as early as 7am when you rent a bicycle to move around. See the post of Getting around. Or just walk around and explore with zest. You will need minimum two mornings to cover it all. Starts early and you beat the crowd and the heat. There are plenty of food stalls in this old part of town. One of the best breakfast selections is the Chowrasta market. Chowrasta Market starts early in the morning around 6.30am, and usually ends around 11am. Chowrasta has two markets, one in the market building itself, the other the open markets by the streets. Look for an open eatery behind the market building, across the side lane, tucked in between the old buildings. If you see a flower nursery or a stall that sells plants, then you are at the right foodcourt!
PAC is the best local artist theater house, with both local and international play. It is also adjacent to the Straits Quay complex of shopping and eateries. Straits Quay has also a marina, so a great place to chill out and watch the boats and expensive yacht!! http://www.penangpac.org/content/home/index/site:penangpac-link:1598
Penangpac
F17 Jalan Seri Tg Pinang
PAC is the best local artist theater house, with both local and international play. It is also adjacent to the Straits Quay complex of shopping and eateries. Straits Quay has also a marina, so a great place to chill out and watch the boats and expensive yacht!! http://www.penangpac.org/content/home/index/site:penangpac-link:1598
Quoted from a tripadvisor, wanderingnomad111 New York City "Amazing chinese temple in Penang - not to be missed!” I visited this temple in August. Surprisingly, it was not very busy and was relatively easy to find. After walking through a side alley, I bought a ticket to the temple and set about exploring. The bottom floor of the temple is set up like a museum and explains the history of the Khoo's and Penang itself. The top floor is the temple itself, and was beautiful adorned with lanterns and intricate carvings. If you like to take photographs, you can take some great ones here. Overall, I found this a peaceful and interesting site to visit, and the best and most enjoyable place that I saw during my time in Penang. I would highly recommend it."
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Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi
18 Cannon Square
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Quoted from a tripadvisor, wanderingnomad111 New York City "Amazing chinese temple in Penang - not to be missed!” I visited this temple in August. Surprisingly, it was not very busy and was relatively easy to find. After walking through a side alley, I bought a ticket to the temple and set about exploring. The bottom floor of the temple is set up like a museum and explains the history of the Khoo's and Penang itself. The top floor is the temple itself, and was beautiful adorned with lanterns and intricate carvings. If you like to take photographs, you can take some great ones here. Overall, I found this a peaceful and interesting site to visit, and the best and most enjoyable place that I saw during my time in Penang. I would highly recommend it."
Parks & Nature
A sure relaxing place to just take an early morning stroll or evening exercise. Meet the locals and join them for Tai-Chi, vocal practice, hiking and just walk round and round...There is a bamboo park, an amazon lily pond, and lots of local floral and fauna. After a good morning stroll, as you exit the park and opposite the Indian temple, drop by BeeBee for a healthy capati or LSY Organic for a healthy breakfast. There are also two fruit stalls that make Pure fresh fruits smoothie. For a hearty breakfast, there is Big Ben Western and Garden Paradis next to it.
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Botanical Garden (Penang World Music Festival
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A sure relaxing place to just take an early morning stroll or evening exercise. Meet the locals and join them for Tai-Chi, vocal practice, hiking and just walk round and round...There is a bamboo park, an amazon lily pond, and lots of local floral and fauna. After a good morning stroll, as you exit the park and opposite the Indian temple, drop by BeeBee for a healthy capati or LSY Organic for a healthy breakfast. There are also two fruit stalls that make Pure fresh fruits smoothie. For a hearty breakfast, there is Big Ben Western and Garden Paradis next to it.
If you want to go up the Penang Hills in the morning, the strolling around and heading for the habitat will be ideal. Quote from Beanoo Penang, "The current nature trail as of July 2016 is a linear walk of 1.5km from start to finish which you can easily finish within an hour at a leisurely pace. The promise of the new attractions that will soon be revealed at The Habitat Penang Hill, including a tree top viewing deck and a canopy walk truly excites me. If the news is right, there will be other exciting things also coming to The Habitat. As you wade your way towards the entrance of The Habitat to escape the hustle and bustle of the Astaka food court and gathering place, you will find yourself absorbed slowly but surely, into the tranquility of the forest away from the chaos of the public spaces on the hill. Disabled / wheelchair friendly, this is a place to bring the family both old and young to truly experience the hill and appreciate it in it's original glory. "
The Habitat Penang Hill
If you want to go up the Penang Hills in the morning, the strolling around and heading for the habitat will be ideal. Quote from Beanoo Penang, "The current nature trail as of July 2016 is a linear walk of 1.5km from start to finish which you can easily finish within an hour at a leisurely pace. The promise of the new attractions that will soon be revealed at The Habitat Penang Hill, including a tree top viewing deck and a canopy walk truly excites me. If the news is right, there will be other exciting things also coming to The Habitat. As you wade your way towards the entrance of The Habitat to escape the hustle and bustle of the Astaka food court and gathering place, you will find yourself absorbed slowly but surely, into the tranquility of the forest away from the chaos of the public spaces on the hill. Disabled / wheelchair friendly, this is a place to bring the family both old and young to truly experience the hill and appreciate it in it's original glory. "
If you are at Entopia Butterfly farm, hop over to the Penang Tropical Fruit Farm and get a guided tour if your budget allows. Else just try out a sumptuous varieties of local exotic fruits. If you are in for a cool treat, they have the healthiest Ice-kacang (shave ice) .
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Tropical Fruit Farm
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If you are at Entopia Butterfly farm, hop over to the Penang Tropical Fruit Farm and get a guided tour if your budget allows. Else just try out a sumptuous varieties of local exotic fruits. If you are in for a cool treat, they have the healthiest Ice-kacang (shave ice) .
A place where locals goes for a stroll or exercise in the early morning and late afternoon. Good fresh air. If you feel more energetic, slow hike up to 2 hours and it ends at a Chinese temple overlooking Balik Pulau...stunning view...but a good hike...for the fairly fit. After a good hike or a easy stroll, come down to the Air Itam markets and hunt for your favorite local street food, from Char Koay Teow to Herbal Duck noodle soup to yummy pancakes, and make sure you order kopi peng or "kopi O". Kopi O is our local espresso!! Kopi Peng is like latte ice!! If coffee is not for you, then try Tea C Peng or chinese tea (Teng Nan teh) . Or goes into the vege market, buy some local mints or lemon grass or any herbs, and let it sip in your black tea or just hot water. Yes, you can just order hot water from any coffee shop and you can also order Ice Kosong meaning just Ice and water in a glass, or order Ice batu, just the ice. Don't fret, Malaysian ice if tube ice are all delivered and safe to consume.
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Air Itam Dam
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A place where locals goes for a stroll or exercise in the early morning and late afternoon. Good fresh air. If you feel more energetic, slow hike up to 2 hours and it ends at a Chinese temple overlooking Balik Pulau...stunning view...but a good hike...for the fairly fit. After a good hike or a easy stroll, come down to the Air Itam markets and hunt for your favorite local street food, from Char Koay Teow to Herbal Duck noodle soup to yummy pancakes, and make sure you order kopi peng or "kopi O". Kopi O is our local espresso!! Kopi Peng is like latte ice!! If coffee is not for you, then try Tea C Peng or chinese tea (Teng Nan teh) . Or goes into the vege market, buy some local mints or lemon grass or any herbs, and let it sip in your black tea or just hot water. Yes, you can just order hot water from any coffee shop and you can also order Ice Kosong meaning just Ice and water in a glass, or order Ice batu, just the ice. Don't fret, Malaysian ice if tube ice are all delivered and safe to consume.
Shopping
This is one of the best shopping complex with a wide selections of local and imported fashions, electronics, Japan RM5 shop, cineplex, and more makan (food). The Cineplex will screen all the latest movies. View in the afternoon to beat the heat and the queue. With less than RM20 you will have a entertaining time. Exiting the building on the sea side and turn to the left and you will visit the oldest and largest open street food with more than 100 vendors. So yap...all kinds of selections...which stalls is good...just look for the one with the queue.
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Gurney Plaza, Persiaran Gurney
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This is one of the best shopping complex with a wide selections of local and imported fashions, electronics, Japan RM5 shop, cineplex, and more makan (food). The Cineplex will screen all the latest movies. View in the afternoon to beat the heat and the queue. With less than RM20 you will have a entertaining time. Exiting the building on the sea side and turn to the left and you will visit the oldest and largest open street food with more than 100 vendors. So yap...all kinds of selections...which stalls is good...just look for the one with the queue.
There are three Tesco in Penang. I normally goes there as they have a variety to select from and each outlet have similar layout for me to pick up my groceries.
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Tesco
1 Lebuh Tengku Kudin 1
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There are three Tesco in Penang. I normally goes there as they have a variety to select from and each outlet have similar layout for me to pick up my groceries.
There is this Tun Sardon wet market that i frequent to get all kinds of fresh produce, fruits, dairies, fish and meat. Wanna gets some fresh local spices and herbs, this is the place to go. Next to it a food court to grab some breakfast or bunch. Mostly Malay traditional local foods, some Indian Malay fusion and one Chinese stall selling economy bee hoon and noodles. Based on the crowd and the queue there, you bet this is a good place to take your breakfast.
Jalan Tun Sardon Atas
There is this Tun Sardon wet market that i frequent to get all kinds of fresh produce, fruits, dairies, fish and meat. Wanna gets some fresh local spices and herbs, this is the place to go. Next to it a food court to grab some breakfast or bunch. Mostly Malay traditional local foods, some Indian Malay fusion and one Chinese stall selling economy bee hoon and noodles. Based on the crowd and the queue there, you bet this is a good place to take your breakfast.
A great to get some "branded" handbags, scarf, local batik, watches, CD, souvenirs and just window shopping and feel touristy with the crowd!!
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Batu Feringghi Night Market
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A great to get some "branded" handbags, scarf, local batik, watches, CD, souvenirs and just window shopping and feel touristy with the crowd!!
Sunshine Square have a good selections of vegetables and groceries. And fairly priced compared to the other supermarkets. Since it is a local Penang supermarkets, you bet you can get a lot of Penang produce here. Next to it are plentiful of eateries but I prefer the breakfast and lunch at the foodcourt across the entrance. If you are there...must try the rojak (fruits salads with savory spicy sauce and roasted peanuts). There are also two chinese vegetarian shops and mind you, there is just such a wide selection of lunch menu.
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Sunshine Square
86 Lintang Mayang Pasir 3
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Sunshine Square have a good selections of vegetables and groceries. And fairly priced compared to the other supermarkets. Since it is a local Penang supermarkets, you bet you can get a lot of Penang produce here. Next to it are plentiful of eateries but I prefer the breakfast and lunch at the foodcourt across the entrance. If you are there...must try the rojak (fruits salads with savory spicy sauce and roasted peanuts). There are also two chinese vegetarian shops and mind you, there is just such a wide selection of lunch menu.
Entertainment & Activities
Queensbay Mall is a great place to hang out. It is the largest shopping complex on the island and have a good selection of street food on level 3 and plenty of cafes and restaurants to choose. There is also the cineplex on level 3 next to an arcade. A great way to catch up with some recent movies and maybe even some great local movies. The local artiste and directors and getting better and well worth a 2 hour entertainment.
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Queensbay Mall
100 Persiaran Bayan Indah
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Queensbay Mall is a great place to hang out. It is the largest shopping complex on the island and have a good selection of street food on level 3 and plenty of cafes and restaurants to choose. There is also the cineplex on level 3 next to an arcade. A great way to catch up with some recent movies and maybe even some great local movies. The local artiste and directors and getting better and well worth a 2 hour entertainment.
Want to milk a goat....or get an goat milk ice-cream or a yummy steamed brown sugar goat milk bun...this is the place. While at it, stop by the market and the foodcourt and grab some freshly squeezed nutmeg juice or the slow cooked red colored version. Just as nice but taste quite different. Also at the markets, grab some keropok or crackers. I love the potatoes crackers, so fresh and delectable. after you have tug in your tummy, head for the horse riding at Countryside Stables Penang.
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Saanen Dairy Goat Farm
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Want to milk a goat....or get an goat milk ice-cream or a yummy steamed brown sugar goat milk bun...this is the place. While at it, stop by the market and the foodcourt and grab some freshly squeezed nutmeg juice or the slow cooked red colored version. Just as nice but taste quite different. Also at the markets, grab some keropok or crackers. I love the potatoes crackers, so fresh and delectable. after you have tug in your tummy, head for the horse riding at Countryside Stables Penang.
Wanna see all the insects and butterfly in the world? There is a quite a steep entrance fee but well worth a visit. You won't think it is pricey after you see what this place has install for you and what takes to maintain the place so charming, welcoming and nature bound. If you think you have seen all the insects in this world...wait till you visit Entopia.
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Entopia by Penang Butterfly Farm
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Wanna see all the insects and butterfly in the world? There is a quite a steep entrance fee but well worth a visit. You won't think it is pricey after you see what this place has install for you and what takes to maintain the place so charming, welcoming and nature bound. If you think you have seen all the insects in this world...wait till you visit Entopia.
A stables of retired horses....still tall and magnificient and still serving mankind. Right here in Penang, aside the beaches, if you are heading to Balik Pulau, why not try out horse riding!! Too scary? they have donkeys too..
Countryside Stables Penang
A stables of retired horses....still tall and magnificient and still serving mankind. Right here in Penang, aside the beaches, if you are heading to Balik Pulau, why not try out horse riding!! Too scary? they have donkeys too..
Getting Around
This shop is the best shop to get your bicycle. A full day for RM10 only. Open as early as 7am, grab a bike to your liking and cycle around and discover Heritage Penang. While at it, discover some great local delights and markets. Keep the cafe and restaurant for the night if you want a relaxing or a more elaborate dinner. http://www.mypenang.gov.my/itemfull-603-chin_seng_leong_bicycle_shop.pgt
Chin Seng Leong Kedai Sewa Basikal
55 Lebuh Armenian
This shop is the best shop to get your bicycle. A full day for RM10 only. Open as early as 7am, grab a bike to your liking and cycle around and discover Heritage Penang. While at it, discover some great local delights and markets. Keep the cafe and restaurant for the night if you want a relaxing or a more elaborate dinner. http://www.mypenang.gov.my/itemfull-603-chin_seng_leong_bicycle_shop.pgt