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Ha Mi Ho Chiak? @ Armenian Street, Penang

Besides crowds and traffic jams coming from north and south, the end of the year gives everyone the warmest feelings. Filled with festive celebrations and school holidays, families and youngsters make road trips look like a breeze!  366 more words


Penang, a wonderful land of delicious foods and magnificent sceneries. It’s filled with interesting and exquisite architecture with a mixture of European and Asian culture, much like Melaka – another tourist destination in Malaysia. 303 more words



This week theme.

Built in 1835, this is the oldest Christian church in Singapore and is dedicated to St Gregory the Illuminator.

Armenian Church, Singapore



My walkabout at George Town

After I have checked into my hotel room. All I wanted to do for my first day here is to experience the good heritage of Penang. 428 more words


Penang Street Art (Speaking Hokkien)

A large street art mural near Armenian Street that ‘teaches’ a basic Hokkien sentence. Hokkien is a Chinese language dialect that is widely spoken by majority of the Chinese people in Penang.

George Town

Penang 2016: The House at Armenian Street

One of the main highlights of the trip was having mum reconnect with her childhood and relatives again. Seeing her at the house she grew up in was definitely nostalgic, even for us. 34 more words