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Penang, Malaysia

The urban island of Penang, Malaysia always ranks in the world’s top ten places to retire. Low cost of living, first-rate healthcare, nice beaches and ease of language contribute to its long list of amenities. 508 more words


Penang Food - Street Stalls and Gurney Drive

You cannot go to Penang and not have their food.

Penang has a great variety of local flavours, unlike Singapore which is a smogasboard of cosmopolitan flavours (because of its city status), you are less like likely to find Japanese, Mexican or Swedish food in Penang, but what you will find are road side hawkers who have spent their entire lives perfecting one dish, and a queue that never goes down. 531 more words


lioncityboyzach reblogged this on The Heartlander Overseas and commented:

Reblogged this from my other blog The Heartlander Tourist. Originally posted: 18 Dec 2013 Original content on this blog returns: 2 April 2018

What to do in Penang (Seasoned traveller to Penang)

Welcome back to Penang again! Whether you are a history buff, a beach bum, an outdoor enthusiast or a foodie (and by lord Penang has a whole ISLAND full of them), there is something for you. 476 more words

Singapore To London By Train

Penang Street Art (Champagne Cheers)

A painted wall of Martini Cafe, located at the Gurney Drive seafront.