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4-Hour Georgetown Food Tour
"The 4-hour heritage and food trail takes place during sundown at 4.30pm. You'll be meeting the guide at St.George's Church along Lebuh Farquhar. You will be learning about the history of Georgetown as the group walks by several historical places and buil the Goddess of Mercy Temple and Chinese Clan Houses.The tour will be stopping by at least 3 food outlets tasting at least 10 varieties of local and heritage food of Georgetown before ending the trail at one of the best cocktail bars in Georgetown. You will be guided by a bartender on how to shake up a cocktail / mocktail using locally grown spices and ingredients.5 important steps that you're encouraged to take to make this tour a memorable one:Chat up your guide - Your guide is born and bred in Penang and loves to chat and communicate. It's highly en talking about your likes and dislikes. This food trail is for you and the operator would like to ensure that you have a good time. Be adventurous - Keep an open mind to try out new things as you walk through the core zone of the heritage area of kick back and relax as you feel at home in Georgetown."""
From $68.00
 
Penang Harmony Food Trail
"The 4 hour heritage and food trail takes place in the morning. The small group is to meet the guide at St.George's Church along Lebuh Farquhar. You will learning about the history of Georgetown as the group walks by several historical places and building The Goddess of Mercy Temple and Chinese Clan Houses.You will also stop by at least 3 food outlets tasting at least 10 varieties of local and heritage food of Georgetown before ending our trail at Edelweiss cafe with a private Baba and Nyonya antique tour.""""Be a part of a small group as you venture through the Georgetown Heritage area on the trail for delicious local food. Make sure to be hungry for food and knowledge as your local Penang-born food guide walks you through each step of the way on this food t experiencing both the tangible and non-tangible heritage of Penang. Savour delicious local cuisine
From $67.00
 
Private Tour: Half-Day Penang Walking Tour
"Where else in the world can you find a street lined with so many places of worship of different faith all within a perimeter of one KM with residents living in harmony and respectful of each other's religion and culture. The walking tour begins from St. George's Church oldest in Malaysia to the Taoist Goddess of Mercy Temple which survived the last two world wars. Across the street is Little India with its colorful Sri Mariamman Temple decorated with 40 statuettes of Hindu Gods. Further down visit either Khoo or Cheah Kongsi a Chinese ancestral clan house cum temple. Also not to be missed is the Kapitan Keling Mosque the first Arab-Indian Muslim mosque built in Penang."""
From $66.00

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Restaurant Nasi Kandar HABEEB Son

Nasi Kandar and Roti Canai are Malaysian favourite food regardless it is eaten at any time.I counted there are at least 12 Roti Canai eateries and 8 Nasi Kandar restaurant in Parit Buntar. This one is...
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The Shangri-La Restaurant & Cafe

Estabished in 1970's. This reataurant and Cafe served good Western and Chinese food and being famous until now. I remember during my childhood time, we used to eat quite and obey good eating manner...
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The Melor Inn Coffe House

At Pusat Bandar Baru II in Parit Buntar, the township opposite the Pusat Bandar Baru, Phase 1, there are many eating outlets and restaurants.The new hotel opened in the area, The Melor Inn, has its...
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The Kerian River Side Hawker Centre

At the Kerian Riverside Hawker Centre where the premises managed by the local authority, there are many stall on business selling different type of Malaysian foods. Most of the hawkers are Malay...
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Ah Kiang 3 Tastes Noodle

At the Kerian Riverside Hawker Centre, there is only one Chinese stall selling cooked noodle. The stall is run by Ah Kiang family, he sell Curry Noodle, Hokkien ( or prawn ) noodle and Loh noodle. You...
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The New Capital Food Court

There are many hawker centre in Parit Buntar, the New Capital Food Court is one of it which you can have many choices of Malaysian favourite especially Chinese hawker foods. This site is an old cinema...
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Things to Do Near Parit Buntar

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Goddess of Mercy (Kuan Yin) Temple

The oldest Chinese temple on Penang, the Goddess of Mercy was founded in 1801 after Chinese settlers received the plot of land it stands on from the British. The street directly opposite is named...
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St. George's Church

St George's Church is reportedly the oldest Anglican church in Malaysia. Built by convicts, at the corner of Lebuh Farquhar and Jalan Mesjid Kapitan Keling, it has been faithfully holding services...
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Bukit Mertajam (BM)

Bukit Mertajam hill dominates the landscape on the mainland of Penang. In local Chinese dialect, it is called "Foot of the Big Hill". You can hike up the hill where there is a broadcasting tower...
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Penang City Hall

City Hall is the most magnificent colonial building in Georgetown. It was build in 1903 with Edwardian Baroque architectural design and painted white of the entire building. This building has brought...
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Penang Chinatown

You can sense the well preserved lifestyle of Chinese immigrant settlers from the 1800's when visiting Chinatown and "Lim Kim Hin". There are many clanhouses and let your step into this area take you...
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Persiaran Gurney & Hawker Center

Gurney Drive is a seaside esplanade with luxury hotels, condominiums and the famous hawker center. It is a popular hangout for locals and tourists alike. Besides local Penang hawker fare, there are...
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