20th Leith Street has been around for years & patrons usually go there for drinks, live band and quiet atmosphere.
20th Leith Street (named after it's address) in between a restaurant and bar, and Jaipur Court, a North Indian restaurant. This stretch of building was originally servant quarters for Cheong Fatt Tze mansion (just opposite).
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this is my favorite spot for a drink. u might want to know why... it's simply because the place is small but cozy. further more, i enjoy looking at 2 regular "customers" in the hunt for their victims. hee... 2 trans, to be exact. by the way, they are hot and sexy, under the dim light u can't even differentiate their real gender. during weekend, the place will be crowded with western tourist and locals (and of course my two dearest "idols", hee...). oh... before i forget, watch out for more trans down the road outside of Soho. for guys, u will flattered with all sort of name they address you.
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A popular tourist / traveller hangout. Serves you western and local. I doubt I need to explain more on what's here... oh, the local reggae people are the Malay's.
From what I know, it's 'the' place for travellers to catch up with stuff and so on. Well, if you're there, don't forget to pop by. ☺
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The Pub 20 Leith Street is named after it own address. This nightspot has ample parking space, food stalls and an outdoor beer garden. The bar and dafts room are inside the charming 1931 colonial manion. A deejay spins records from 9 pm nightly and there is a small dance floor.
Open from 5 pm daily for happy hours till 9 pm, it closes at 2 am on weekdays and at 3 am on weekends.
By looking at this place you would be puzzled as what it had to offer it's patrons. Never been inside I always pass this place and one fine day, I just had to get a picture of it.
It's located along Chulia Street in Penang which is famous for it's backpackers lodging and cafe's. Note the side lane stalls beside the HK Bar, It's stalls like these which actually serve the best foods around.
A good place to have a drink. Sometimes there are band singing at night. The building is situated at Leith Street, which is near to City Bay View.
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British style restaurant and pub, mostly frequent by British and Australians. The food is rather good, love the sheperd's pie. Inhouse DJ spins great music too.
Cool place to hang out as it uses old heritage houses ....like East meeting West and Old metting New...
It is one of the British pubs in the town. Place is centrally air-conditioned and offer variety of drinks. There is no harm in breaking your city tour here and have couple.
These shophouses were formerly servants' quarters of Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion.
Daily : 4.00pm till 2.00am
Fri, Sat & Eve of Public holiday : 4.00pm till
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Picture taken inside the Hong Kong Bar in Chulia Street. Look at the beautiful walls ☺
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