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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."""
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Private Half-Day Heritage Walking Tour of Georgetown
"This tour starts at the Star Pitt Street located near the corner of Church Street and Gat Lebuh Gereja. You private tour guide will meet you and bring you to the first destination the Khoo Kongsi or clan house. You will learn about the central role of the Kongsi the first port of call for Chinese immigrants far from home and explore the wooden houses on the clan jetties where descendants of the first Chinese settlers still live.We will then stop at the historic Kapitan Keling Mosque one of the most visited places of worship in the heart of Georgetown. We will breathe in the spice-laden air on the streets of Little India and its shops packed with enticing goods. The picturesque alleys of the protected heritage zone are also t eat and worship will help to ensure that centuries-old traditions and beliefs will live on for generations to come.""""Join this private half-day walking tour to discover and learn more about the history of Georgetown’s most recognized landmarks
From $300.00
 
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

More Nightlife in Penang

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Just buy, don't ask.

After eating and walking. Visitors might want to buy something as souvenir or just simply shopping for fun. If you have a car, you can drive to Batu Ferringhi's night bazaar or else you can shop at...
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On the road

After eaten so much of delicious Penang foods, stand up to take a walk to stimulate the flow of bloods also to let your stomach work smoothly, otherwise will cause indigestion and getting overweight....
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Sugar cane

When you have completed Rojak Laksa and Roasted squid, you need juicy cold drinks. Sugar cane Kum-Cheyah-Chooiey-Cheet-Aowl. You can go to the sugar cane stall and say Kum-Cheyah-Chooiey-Cheet-Aowl...
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Roast squid of Gurney

Roast squid is Poo-Gyou-Hoo in Penangite accent. Poo-Gyou-Hoo is not for filling up your stomach but as side dish to taste the flavour. Poo-Gyou-Hoo is so heaty if you forget to drink bottles of...
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Laksa stall

Normally after we eat Rojak, we will continue to eat Laksa. Laksa is not as welcome as Rojak because of its weird smells but I love Laksa so much. I love Malay Laksa as well where they have egg and...
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Gurney at night

In the section I don't want to show Adult Spots or Nightclubs but only eating tips at night in Penang Island. I seldom spend my nightlife in nightclubs because I have no strong feel at those places. I...
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lush

there are lots of clubs serounded this area. if u can't make up ur mind on which clubs to jolly and joggle. club hopping then, why not...there are shops (closed after 9pm), pubs, clubs and coffee...
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gurney drive

take a stroll along gurney drive with your beloved ones. have a dinner at the near beach restaurent and play kite at night .hm....a good experience cosy
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Penang Clock Tower

Coming out from Lebuh Light, you wont miss this clock tower & the artistic monument in the middle of the roundabout.U need to bring your camera tripod to snap this monument at nite. Not applicable
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the cafe

other than jolly in The cafe, you can even fill your stomach in any restaurant in your preference along the walkway. no dress code...
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Top Hotels in Penang

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14 Leith Street, Georgetown, Penang, 10200, Malaysia
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Batu Feringgi Beach, Penang, Batu Ferringhi, Penang, 11100, Malaysia
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10 Farquhar Street, Georgetown, Penang, 10200, Malaysia
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(formerly Grand Plaza Parkroyal), Batu Ferringhi, Penang, 11100, Malaysia
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1 Jalan Bukit Jambul, Bayan Lepas, , Penang, 11900, Malaysia
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72 Batu Ferringhi, Georgetown, Penang, 11100, Malaysia
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Top Things to Do in Penang

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Penang Hill (Bukit Bendera)

The Sky Walk Tower is located at your right after about 50 meters when you come out from the tram. It was officially opened by Penang Chief Minister, Honorable Mr. Lim Guan Eng in February 2015. It is...
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Beaches in Penang

There are many type of motorise water sport activities at Penang beaches. To name them are water scooter, banana boat pull by the other boat, the parasut sailing. The operators would always give the...
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Kek Lok Si Temple

South East Asia's biggest Buddhist temple complex, and getting constantly bigger, very crowded, especially at Chinese new year and shops are everywhere.... Get there with Rapid Penang bus 201 from...
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Art & Architecture

3D photography has became popular when people travel to Penang. Some local people who love tricky photo would like to spend some money for a ticket which I think expensive. There are now more than...
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Wat Chaiya Mangkalaram (Reclining Buddha Temple)

The religion has no boundry. When I visited the Thai Reclining Buddha in Penang recently, there are group of students probably on their holiday or study tour about religion in Malaysia. Although they...
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The Botanical Gardens & Monkeys

Botanical Gardens, the green lung of Penang. An outdoor recreational venue to come for morning and evening walk, exercise, enjoyed the greens, big trees. Have a walk around the garden or take a buggy...
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SLLiew

"Penang - Prince of Wales Island"
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l_joo

"Penang - my birthplace"
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kenyneo

"colourful FUSION of culture"
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"Penang for Foodies"
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"Penang My Home"
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