Penang Street Food Paradise (Hawker Food)


Penang is called “Hawker’s Paradise” for numerous factors. The hawker are strongly supported by Penangites, that usually locate it much easier and more affordable to dine in a restaurant, any kind of time of the day or night. The ubiquitous ness of hawkers along exchanges of Penang has actually been a pleasure for food enthusiasts and a large frustration for the municipal authorities for over a century. It has started in 19th century when Penang had a huge transient guy population from India, China and somewhere else in the archipelago. Penang has actually become so distinguished for its hawker meals that “Penang Hokkien Mee, Laksa, Char Koay Teow, Sar Hor Fun” and so on are sold throughout the region, specifically in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur’s satellite community where there are colonies of penangites.

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