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Senang di Penang

Pertama kali saya merencanakan perjalanan ke Penang dan Medan, yang terbayang di kepala saya cuma satu, makan enak :)

Sudah bukan rahasia lagi kalau Penang dan Medan adalah salah dua dari beberapa kota di ASEAN dengan makanan lokal yang terkenal kelezatannya. 1,218 more words


Penang, Malaysia

I took a six hour bus ride to Penang from Kuala Lumpur to hopefully get out of the bad weather I had been experiencing over the last few days. 668 more words


Kapitan Keling Mosque

Each morning, just before dawn, I hear the day’s first Adhan calling George Town’s Muslims to prayer. It’s coming from the nearby Kapitan Keling Mosque, the oldest in Penang. 230 more words

All Of Our Travels

Perfection in Penang

We arrived in Penang hoping for great things and we have not been disappointed. This tiny island off the northwest coast of peninsular Malaysia is brimming with beautiful heritage buildings, friendly people and street art. 672 more words


Taking it Up a Notch in Georgetown


Alright, so it’s time to discuss Georgetown, the absolute HIGHLIGHT of my weekend in Malaysia. In case you are confused, Georgetown is the capital of Penang, a state, within Malaysia. 521 more words


The Kapitan Keling Mosque

The Kapitan Keling Mosque boasts its long history spanning more than 200 years. Located at the intersection between Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling (formerly known as Pitt Street) and Lebuh Buckingham, it sits strategically at the heart of the heritage enclave of George Town and has been the spiritual and community congregational point for the city’s Muslim community for two centuries. 669 more words