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“"Chulia Street night hawker stall is also one of the popular food hunting places in Georgetown, Penang. Plenty of local food stall such as Wantan Mee, Curry Mee, Char Koay Teow, Char Hor Fun, Satay and fresh fruit juice. Pro tip: be there early to avoid disappointment. In short, It's definitely the food heaven serving the best food in Penang. My favourite food stall, WanTan Mee (Dumpling Noodle) … The best.”
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“The Goddess of Mercy Temple (Chinese: 觀音亭) (also known as Kuan Yin Teng or Kong Hock Keong) is a Chinese temple in the city of George Town in Penang, Malaysia. Situated at Pitt Street, it was first built in 1728, making it Penang's oldest Taoist temple.”
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“Batu Feringghi is a great place to escape the heat of the city and relax by the pool enjoying the cool sea breezes. It filled with a host of accommodation and dining options.”
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“Penang 3D Trick Art Museum where two dimensional exhibits are brought to 'LIFE' with 3D painting, shading, and drawing technique.”
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“The local music scene is Penang is a thriving industry. The island plays host to several music festivals throughout the year including the Penang Island Jazz Festival, Malaysia’s second largest performing arts event held in August, and the Penang World Music Festival taking place between March and April. However, visitors looking for all year round live entertainment will not be disappointed as several island bars host live acts regularly. Our top choice is the iconic Hard Rock Café along Jalan Batu Ferringhi, where live local performers rule the roost, but international artists make stage appearances from time to time. ”
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“TeowChew Chendol has a history to be proud of. It was founded in 1945 by the late Tan Teik Fuang. The taste you love, the time you deserve. One of the Penang famous food, must try...”
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“Here you can find a blend of Asian and Western food and drinks where your tastebuds would get excited in every second and you just won't get stopped since you can have fun with your buddies around till late night.”
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“Precinct 10 is a foods and beverages concept mall. It’s a place to enjoy and variety different of restaurants.”
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“For those who are interesting Malaysia's food, there are good place to visit.”
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“Cheong Fatt Tze (Blue Mansion) is great for the perfect Instagram photo and they also have tours for you to learn more about its history. You can also come here to check out the Peranakan home decor they have on display here. Check their website via google for tour times. It costs RM18 per adult for the tour, and RM9.50 per child under 12 years old. ”
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“This is a very active place in the morning from 8am - 12 noon and again in the evening. Wet market by day hawker food by night. This area is full of food. Many organic shops in this area as well as local restaurants including a new Vegan restaurant are found along Jalan Moulmein. You can find a full grocery store across the street on Cantonment.”
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Írskur pöbb
“This bar offers a good place, good drinks and great food to have a pint of beer with your friends at straits quay.”
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“This is the highest point in whole Penang state (Penang Island and mainland). To go up, you can either take the cable car (approximately 7mins journey or jungle track). It is similar to Victoria Peak in Hong Kong”
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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.”
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Buddhist Temple
“The Kek Lok Si Temple is a Buddhist temple situated in Air Itam, Penang, Malaysia. It is the largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia,[1] and is also an important pilgrimage centre for Buddhists from Hong Kong, the Philippines, Singapore and other countries in Southeast Asia. The entire complex of temples was built over a period from 1890–1930, an inspirational initiative of Beow Lean, the Abbot. The main draw in the complex is the striking seven-storey Pagoda of Rama VI (Pagoda of Ten Thousand Buddhas) with 10,000 alabaster and bronze statues of Buddha, and the 36.57 metres (120.0 ft) tall bronze statue of Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy.”
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