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Little India Penang

By at May 7, 2013 | 2:11 pm | 0 Comment

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Little India is a territory within the inner quarters of George Town, Penang. Similar to other Little Indias elsewhere, the Little India of George Town is lined with shops taken care of by the Indian Community. It's a spot to take pleasure in a kaleidoscope of colours and sounds, with products from India spilling to the sidewalks, the scent of various flavors airborne and

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Gurney Drive Penang

By at April 27, 2013 | 12:20 pm | 0 Comment

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Gurney Drive (Malay: Persiaran Gurney) is a popular seafront promenade in George Town, Penang, Malaysia. The casuarina timberline road is also one Penang's most popular traveler destinations. It was named after Sir Henry Gurney, High Commissioner of Malaya (1950-1951), who was assassinated by the guerillas of the Malayan Communist Party during the Malayan

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Kapitan Keling Mosque

By at April 24, 2013 | 3:40 am | 0 Comment

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The Kapitan Keling Mosque which is situated on a busy street named after it, is the biggest historic mosque in George Town. Bathed in lotion and covered along with sizable Mughal-style domes, crescents and celebrities, the Kapitan Keling Mosque includes a madrasah for spiritual classes and a towering turret from which the noise of the azan or phone call to prayer can be

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Penang Bird Park

By at April 3, 2013 | 3:21 pm | 0 Comment

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The initial & biggest bird park of its kind in Malaysia. Set up since 1988, the 5-acre park on the landmass portion of Penang State, has a collection of even more that 300 types of birds from throughout the world, of which additional than 150 species are of Malaysian Species. The Penang Bird Park is situated at Bandar Seberang Jaya and is created along with a

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Penang Ferry

By at March 26, 2013 | 3:55 pm | 0 Comment

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Introduction Penang Ferry started its operations in 1920, making it the earliest ferry service in Malaysia. These iconic ferries ply in between the Seberang Perai mainland and Penang island, shuttling both travelers and cars to and from the island. The 15 minute ferry trip allows site visitors to delight in the amazing sight of Penang island and works as a reputable

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Penang Snake Temple

By at March 9, 2013 | 8:42 am | 0 Comment

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The Penang Snake Temple in Bayan Lepas, southern of Georgetown, going to the airport is a really aged holy place. The temple was installed in 1850 and was committed to the Buddhist clergyman Choo Sor Kong. Folklore points out that it was the house of a religious man that gave the snakes shelter and they continued to be there after his fatality. Today hole vipers are to

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Batu Ferringhi Penang

By at March 6, 2013 | 9:15 am | 0 Comment

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Batu Ferringhi is the most prominent seaside location for tourists and residents on the Penang island. This lengthy stretch of gold sand is the center to a broad selection of resorts, water sports, shopping and leisure. On comparison, the coastline may not be as gorgeous as those located on some islands off Peninsular Malayisa, but you get a wide mix of benefits and

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Penang Road – George Town

By at March 1, 2013 | 8:06 am | 0 Comment

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Penang Road (Malay: Jalan Penang) is a roadway in George Town, Penang, Malaysia. It runs from near Farquhar St in the north and its southern end is near Kompleks Tun Abdul Razak at the joint with Macalister Road. Upper Penang Road is a stretch of Penang Road popular amongst tourists for its bars. Penang Road, or Jalan Penang in Malay, is the most essential thoroughfare

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Penang Malaysia

Penang today births the mark of a very early history of successive foreign influences – from the very early Indian World that took origin in north Malaya to that of the Portuguese, Dutch and later the British who involved this part of the globe in search of spices and kept to engage in the rewarding field.