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Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Penang - Shopping, Foods and Sightseeing


Penang - Sightseeing, Shopping and eating





Penang George Town gained the eight placing in The Guardian’s list of 40 “Holiday hotspots: where to go in 2014”.  a MUST-VISIT place with many budget airlines and inexpensive place to travel. . 

Penang embraces modernity while retaining its traditions and old world charm. These are reflected in its harmonious multiracial populace and well-preserved heritage buildings which led to George Town being accorded a listing as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site

Penangites love to eat and is famous for its street food! Eating by the roadside stalls and coffee shops is an experience second to none as you watch locals of all races indulge in their favourite past time – food! 



The driest months are usually January and February. The wettest period is usually from September to November with August also being quite wet; frequent thunderstorms can be expected in these months.  Population about 1.6 million as at 2013

From Airport to Georgetown - the best method is by bus (not crowded at airport stop).  Taxi is very expensive about RMB55
(suggest take bus to the Georgetown area and take taxi to your hotel about rmb15)
Take Rapid Penang bus no. 401E from the Airport terminal building to KOMTAR about 90 minutes (first bus 5:30AM last bus 11:35PM, every 30 min; fare 2.70 RM, exact change necessary no return of change).

going to airport - if you have a lot of luggage and unable to take bus , we suggest you take taxi or hotel car about rmb30-40 and take about 30 minutes 

Penang Sightseeing

See Georgetown - Walking and by bus (mostly rmb1.40).  Penang Taxi driver do not switch on their meter, most charged rmb15 for short distance.
One of the best ways to sight see is to walk around Georgetown; but wear light clothes, start early in the morning, and put on plenty of sun-block during the daytime.  There is also a FREE shuttle bus in Georgetown areas.


 

Purchase UNLIMITED Rapid Bus Passport for RM30 valid for a week FREE ride
Without the hassle of scrambling for loose change to pay for bus fares, strongly suggested purchased a weekly Rapid Bus “Passport” for RM30 from the airport and entitled to a week of unlimited travel onboard all Rapid Penang buses.

more info at:  http://www.rapidpg.com.my/places-of-interest/where-to-shop/


FREE CAT shuttle bus service
Free CAT shuttle bus service that will take you to various places of interest in Georgetown, covering a route to Weld Quay, and back.



Stop 1: Pengkalan Weld
Swettenham Pier
Church Street Pier
British Council
Boustead and German Merchant Houses (5 Units)

Stop 2: Ferrry Terminal
Pengkalan Tun Raja Uda
Wisma Yeap Chor Ee
Wisma Kastam
Lim Clan Jetty, Chew Clan Jetty, etc.

Stop 3: Little India
Little India
Pinang Peranakan Mansion
Penang Heritage Trust
Old OCBC Building
1886 Building

Stop 4: Immigration
Immigration Building
Standard Chartered Building
HSBC Building
Royal Bank of Scotland (formerly ABN Amro Bank)
Logan’s Building
Jubilee Clock Tower

Stop 5: Bank Negara
Bank Negara Malaysia
House of Yeap Chor Ee
Town Hall
City Hall
Fort Cornwallis (inc. Francis Light Statue & Lighthouse)
Cenotaph
Dewan Sri Pinang
Stop 6: Museum
Penang Museum
St George’s Anglican Church (inc. Francis Light’s Memorial)
Church of the Assumption
Supreme Court
Logan Memorial
Convent Light Street
St Xavier’s Institution

Stop 7: Lebuh Muntri
St Francis Xavier Church
Hainan Temple
Francis Light’s Tomb
Segara Ninda
Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion
Eastern & Oriental Hotel

Stop 8: Lebuh Campbell
Benggali Mosque
Chowrasta Market
Penang Bazaar

Stop 9: Central Komtar
Komtar (bus terminal - buses to most part of penang)
Prangin Mall
Pacific Komtar
1st Avenue

Stop 10: North Komtar
Ong Kongsi
Komtar
Masjid Jamek Simpang Enam
Gama
Church of Our Lady of Sorrows

Stop 11: Jalan Kedah
Tune Hotel
Masjid Titi Papan
Dato Koyah Shrine
Saw Khaw Lean Heah Kongsi

Stop 12: Chowrasta
Chowrasta Market
Penang Bazaar
Penang Road Cendol

Stop 13: Komtar Timur
Prangin Mall
Masjid Pintal Tali
Ghee Hin Hall of Heroes

Stop 14: Lebuh Carnarvon
Li Teik Seah Building
Campbell Street Market
Penang Islamic Museum
Sun Yat Sen Penang Base
Penang Heritage Corporation Office

Stop 15: Kampung Kolam
Khoo Kongsi
Cheah Kongsi
Lim Kongsi
Yap Kongsi
Choo Chay Keong Temple
Hock Teik Cheng Sin Temple
Acheen Street Mosque
Kapitan Keling Mosque
Nagore Shrine
Han Jiang Ancestral Temple

Stop 16: Court
St George’s Church
Kuan Yin Teng
Sri Mahamariamman Temple
Supreme Court
Chinese Chamber of Commerce
Bank Negara Malaysia

Stop 17: Sri Pinang Hall
Dewan Sri Pinang
Town Hall
City Hall
Supreme Court
Logan Memorial
Cenotaph

Stop 18: Cornwallis Fort
State Assembly Building
House of Yeap Chor Ee
Foo Tye Sin Mansion
Fort Cornwallis (inc. Francis Light Statue & Lighthouse)

Stop 19: Lebuh Downing
General Post Office
Islamic Council Building


From Fort Cornwallis, stroll down Lebuh Pantai, the financial sector of Penang with its ultra-modern buildings housing banks and commercial institutions. Then turn right into Lebuh Bishop with its stores of embroidery works, silks, batik and antiques. A left turn takes you into Lebuh King featuring traditional row houses and temples. Another right turn brings you to "Little India" at Lebuh Pasar. This is the place for sarees, Indian trinkets and jewellery. The sweet scents of flowers and incense pervades the air as do the tantalising odours of spicy Indian curries that whet your appetite. Little India is also Chettiar territory where money lending flourishes to this day.


A short walk brings you to the intersection with Lebuh Pitt (Jalan Masjid Kapitan Kling). This street owes its fame to the places of worship of various races Kapitan Kling Mosque, The Kuan Yin Temple and the temple dedicated to the God of Wealth, Tua Peh Kong. After the intersection of Armenian Street, Pitt Street gives way to Cannon Street, so named for the crater in the street said to be caused by the firing of cannons by the British in 1867 to quell the triad riot. A short walk away takes you to the magnificient Khoo Kongsi or Clan house of the Khoo family - a living testimony of fine Chinese architecture featuring ornate carvings and other decorative features.

On the other side of town at Jalan Pintal Tali are junk shops where you may chance upon a rare antique item or fascinating bric-a-brac in porcelain or glass. The main throughfare, Jalan Penang, is lined with pre-war shophouse offering a range of modern goods - from textiles to electronic and photographic equipment. At Lebuh Campbell, the heart of Penang's Chinatown, are traditional Chinese medicine shops offering exotic oriental herbal remedies and jewellery shops glittering with gold.

Street Art in Georgetown, Penang
Street Art in Georgetown, Penang
Certain old buildings in Georgetown have been given a new lease of life when funny and fascinating graffiti art is painted beautifully on the walls. The mass of the artwork can be found along Armenian Street, Cannon Street, Acheen Street (Lebuh Archeh) and Ah Quee Street. It is quite a fun place to get lost in. Smart shops keep your eyes out for the street art on the gable ends of buildings. Besides having a bicycle rental service at the Armenian Street, you can also find a famous painting where two small children riding a bicycle look almost real.

some of the street art picture




Penang Famous Chinese Temple - Kek Lok Si Temple, Air Itam
Kek Lok Si Temple, Air Itam
The temple, built in 1890, took 20 years to complete. Reputed to be the largest and most beautiful Buddhist temple complex in South-east Asia, it features gardens, a giant turtle pool, shrines and beautiful sculptures. The seven-tier pagoda is a shrine dedicated to Boddhisattva Tsi Tsuang Wang, one of the enlightened who declined to enter Nirvana so that he could help bring others to salvation.




temple tile donation for good luck

wishing ribbon donation






temple garden growing the "Hulu" bottle.  this special bottle in your home will bring good luck !!!



 



Opening Hours: Early morning to late evening.  Admission is free.

Getting There:
it is quite far away about 30-40 minutes
you can take bus no 203 from komtar bus terminal about rmb2.  
Going there, we strongly recommend taxi about rmb25-30 as it will take you to the top of the temple otherwise alot of walking.
Coming back, we recommend taking bus as it is easy to walk downhill.

Penang Hill to have a good view of Georgetown
Penang Hill, near Kek Lok Si Temple.
The hills of Penang - Western Hill, Tiger Hill, Strawberry Hill, etc. are popular among visitors and locals who flock to the cool hills at weekends and during holidays. A 30-minute journey by funicular rail takes visitors to summit of Flagstaff Hill of Bukit Bendera which offers panoramic views of Georgetown and the mainland beyond said to be especially beautiful at nightfall. A bird park, souvenir stalls, restaurants and a hotel are also available at the mail recreational area.

The funicular rail service begins at 6.30am and ends at 9.30pm Fare: RM4.00 per adult and RM2.00 for children.



Wat Chayamangkalaram- Thai Temple (World's Third largest sleeping buddha 33 metre) short walk from Gurney Drive Mall
Wat Chayamangkalaram- Thai Temple
17 Lorong Burma (short walk from Gurney Drive)
Opening hours: 6.00am - 5:30pm Everyday.  Admission is FREE

The Buddhist temple of Thai architecture houses a 33-metre gold-plated reclining Buddha - said to be the third largest in the world. The niches behind the statue house urns containing the ashes of devotees.

The temple dates back to 1845 and is built on land given to the Thai people by Queen Victoria of Great Britain during their rule of the island.






How to get to the Reclining Buddha Temple : Bus 101 from Georgetown is the best bus to catch. You can catch this bus from the Jetty or Chulia street, which then goes to KOMTAR and then along Jalan Burma. The temple is on your right hand side. You can't really see if from the bus so you will have to ask the driver to let you off there.  Other buses that also run near the temple are the 10, 103 and 104.

Penang Clan Jetty
The Weld Quay Clan Jetties Waterfront Settlement






The houses used to have atap roofs but these have since been replaced with zinc sheets. The six clan jetties may be located at the backwaters of George Town but the 6ha area is home to a priceless piece of Penang’s history and a living heritage that serves as a reminder of one of South East Asia’s most important maritime ports.

The birth place of many community leaders and successful merchants, Weld Quay is a crime-free settlement – a claim several residents attest to.  Here, people consider their neighbours family and would bend over backwards to help each other – a rarity in this modern day and age.

The settlement’s oldest resident is 91-year-old great-grandfather Chew Boon Cheang from Chew Jetty. The friendly old chap doesn’t speak a word of English but will flash the warmest smile whenever he sees a tourist visiting the settlement.

Getting There:  take any bus the end at the Jetty Bus Terminal few minutes walk to the clan jetty.

Penang Famous Beach - Batu Feringghi
The most accessible, well-known and developed beach on Penang is Batu Feringghi, which has a good selection of water sports, accommodation and dining options. For a break from the bustle of Georgetown head here for some relaxing time on a white sandy beach and try your hand at parasailing or windsurfing – it’s hard to beat.



The night market here is vibrant with colourful crafts and delicious food.
Batu Feringghi Night Market


Jalan Batu Feringghi comes alive every night as vendors set up stalls along it after dusk. Offering everything from fake designer bags to dirt-cheap pirated DVDs and home deco items to souvenirs, Batu Feringghi’s night market is Batu Feringghi’s main tourist attraction - not to be missed when visiting the northern part of Penang. Its reputation is so legendary that some have been known to come here on a regular basis solely for the night market. Best of all, you can still bargain for the best prices.

Opening Hours: Daily, 19:00 – Late
Location: Along Jalan Batu Feringghi, from Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa to Shangri-La’s Golden Sands Resort


Batu Ferringhi - Seafood Restaurant
Golden Thai Seafood Village @ Batu Ferringhi
No: 69-A, Jalan Batu Ferringhi,
11100 Batu Ferringhi, Penang.

Golden Thai Seafood Village is the latest restaurant serving seafood and pork-free authentic Oriental & Thai cuisine with live performance of Malaysian Cultural Show in the tourist belt of Batu Ferringhi, the resort island of Penang






Famous Hainanese Foods at Batu Ferringhi
Famous Batu Ferringhi Hainanese and Seafoods - Beach Corner Restaurant
Jalan Batu Ferringhi (Beside Tarbush Restaurant), Penang
Tel: 012-4729113 / 016-4222113
Business Hour: 12pm – 2:30pm & 6:00 – 9:30pm
Closed every Wednesday

specialty dish at Beach Corner is Asam Fish Curry, Clay Pot Yam Duck, Choon Pheah (spring roll). The crispy spring roll is deep-fried golden brown and choked full with yam bean, carrot, cabbage, mushroom, meat, prawns and chives.  Belacan Fried Chicken Wings and Hainanese Roasted Lamb served with lady fingers.





Penang Shopping


Prangin Mall near KOMTAR bus terminal) has 6 floors that go on forever and there is virtually nothing you can’t get from clothing, computer accessories, DVD, software and more. Nearby Prangin Mall, there are 5 more malls.  KOMTAR bus terminal is just nearby walking distance.

the famous teochew chendol (branch) is also inside the Prangin Mall.





1st Avenue Mall, Jalan Magazine, Georgetown, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia,  walking distance near KOMTAR bus terminal.  is an 11 (eleven) storey upmarket shopping mall in George Town. It is bordered by Magazine Road, Lebuh Lintang, Tek Soon Street and Carnarvon Street.

In order to facilitate smooth pedestrian traffic flow, two overhead bridges are being construction, one linking 1st Avenue Mall with Prangin Mall while the other with ICT Digital Mall at Komtar.





Penang Biggest IT Mall - ICT Digital Mall
Opening times: Daily, 11am-9pm

Address: Unit No 1B & 1D, 1.01-4.01, KOMTAR, Jalan Penang, George Town, Penang.
https://www.facebook.com/ICTKomtarDigitalMall




Established in 2010, ICT Digital Mall was part of the local government’s project to revitalise the flagging retail at KOMTAR. Linked by a sky bridge to 1st Avenue, ICT Digital Mall is the biggest IT department store in Penang island, selling all kinds of gadgets and electronic goods, from cell phones to computer products.

Penang Gurney Mall (beside another shopping - Paragon), is an 6 storey shopping mall with many shops and restaurant.   beside is the famour Penang Gurney Drive Open Hawker







Coffee Tree mycafe my favourite 4in1 coffee with durian
available in snacks shop or at Penang Airport titbits shop




bought this lobster cracker at penang airport titbits shop

Best Tau Sar Peah in Lorong Burma (there are several shops near one another).  the famous are:

Ghee Hiang (several branches) at Jalan Burma, Tel: 04-262 0635  and Him Heang(no branches), 162A Jalan Burma, Tel: 04-228 6129








Ghee Hiang Branch at Jalan Burma Road


another famous also at Jalan Burma Road







Penang local snacks/titbits - at the airport, there is a shop that sells all local snacks,  however may not have all the items and is slightly expensive.
Chowrasta Market - you can find most of the stuff.

Flea Market, Farmers Market, and Butcher
Penang Road, 10000 George Town, Pulau Pinang




Penang Biggest GIANT hypermarket
Penang Biggest Giant Hypermarket (near snake temple and airport)
address:  No. 78, Jalan Tengah, Bayan Baru 11900
Bayan Lepas, Pulau Pinang, MALAYSIA
Tel: 04-641 2133
Getting there:

Rapid Penang Bus 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 401 and 502 are some of the buses that pass through Jalan Mayang Pasir in front of Giant Hypermarket.



Penang Eating
Asia Greatest Eating Places

Famour Penang Foods - Asam Laksa, Buk Kut Teh, Cha Kway Teow, Chendol, Big Bao, Lor Bak(ngoh hiang),Rojak, Popiah and many more)

Penang food is a mix of traditional Malay, Chinese and Indian dishes, as well as fusion cuisines such as Baba Nyonya, or Peranakan, which incorporates regional ingredients and Chinese and Malay cooking methods.

All of it can be found in hawker centers and shop houses throughout George Town.

Penang Famous Hawker - Gurney Drive Hawker




Gurney Drive Hawker Centre, also known as Anjung Gurney is one of the most well-known hawker centres in Penang. It is located just next to Gurney Plaza. Serving a large number of tourists every evening, this is also the place where the locals will bring their foreign friends to have a taste of local fare. This place is mostly viewed by the locals as being touristy (just like Newton Food Centre in Singapore) and the standard of the food here may not be as good as elsewhere. Nevertheless, it is still a very convenient one-stop centre for those who want to try all the popular local food at one place.


This hawker centre operates only in the evening and the most popular stalls sells out at about 10pm. The ‘must-try’ food here are the typical Penang street fare – assam laksa, fried kway teow, prawn noodles, wantan noodles, rojak, satay, lok-lok and barbequed seafood.








must-try Gurney Drive Rojak,  won many competitions,  



Penang Famous Nasi Lemak At Gurney Drive Hawker using trans-fat free low cholesterol palm milk

Nasi Lemak Cili Bilis
No 1 Gerai Kawasan Penjaja Gurney Drive (Anjung Gurney)
Padang Kota Baru, Pulau Pinang  Tel: 017 4928848
Business Hour : 5pm to 10pm

THE delicious nasi lemak that draws hundreds each day in Anjung Gurney, Penang, owes much to the use of santan sawit instead of the traditional coconut milk.

According to the 50-year-old, santan sawit, or palm milk, is trans-fat free and low in cholesterol and it makes the rice less fatty but equally flavourful, a boon to the health-conscious people.

This stall also sells Santan Pulut. The glutinous rice steamed using fresh coconut milk is eaten with either durian or mango.


Penang Famous Teochew Steamboat
Goh Huat Seng Restaurant (吴发成菜馆)

59-A Kimberley Street
Georgetown  10100 Penang  Tel: +604-2615811
Business Hours : 5.30pm – 9.30pm

Closed : Every alternate Monday

- "Chim choe", crisp minced-pork & crab meat fritters wrapped in tofu sheets.

- 8-Treasure steamed vegetables which included salted mustard leaves, Napa cabbage, shitake mushrooms, dried oysters, Chinese black moss, etc.
- Oyster omelette.
- Fishball and seaweed soup.
- Teochew-style steamed garoupa fillets, with salted vegetables, tomatoes, ginger and sour plum.
- Braised sea-cucumber stuffed with minced pork.
Dessert was some incredible empanadas filled with sweetened yam paste.





famous teochew yam


                                   
Penang Famous Hawker Street - Lorong Bahru start at 5pm.
more foods stall and variety compared to Gurney Drive Hawker
Lorong Baru (New Lane), Off Macalister Road, Georgetown, 10040 Penang
Besides Sunway Hotel, Penang



Lorong Baru which literally means "New Lane" is well known Food Street. Located just foot steps away from the famous Sunway Hotel, the streets offered decent Penang food


This hawker street is located off the busy road of Jalan Mcalister. It is hard to miss the street as you could see a long stretch of lights during the night time. If that is not enough, there is the Sunway Hotel Penang signboard to greet you at the turning into the junction as one have to pass by the this street before reaching Sunway Hotel.


Penang Asam Laksa - suggest NO CHILLI PADI
Pork Satay


Chee Cheong Fun with Penang Prawn Paster









 very tasty big bao i bought from the coffee shop.   the best bao  i ever eaten !!!

Famous Penang Teochew Chendol
you will find many chendol stalls in the street.  The famous Penang Teochew chendol  is located in Lebuh Keng Kwee street, off Penang Road. It is a walking distance from Komtar and Prangin Mall.  There are 2 stalls opposite each other claiming to be the famous penang chendol.

This is the popular chendol stall with singapore gurmit singh photograph.  if you are worry about the weather and eating in the street, you can go to their branch with sitting  in the Prangin Mall,  5 minutes away.




This is another chendol stall opposite original stall claiming to be famous.  








ask around if you are UNABLE to find the famous penang chendol
Chendol rmb2 per bowl
Mon to Fri : 10.30am to 7.00pm, Sat & Sun : 10.00am to 7.30pm
 

inside Kafe Joo Hooi (beside famous teochew chendol) - if you eat inside the coffee shop, you can bring the chendol inside.

beside chendol inside the Joo Hooi cafe
famous for the char kway teow (fried broad noodles),rojak and penang laksa (aka assam laksa) which is popular and well liked by locals.





Famous Penang Pandan Coconut
Famous Penang Pandan Coconut Jelly (must-try) now with branch in KL (KL CENTRAL in front CIMB). 

The taste of the pandan coconut and common coconut is totally different because Its juice is sweeterand has pandan fragrance. That is the reason why the local people use to call it 'Pandan Coconut'.  boss claimed no preservative and additives to produce the coconut jelly. After the husk of the coconut is removed, the coconut is cooked at high temperature and is subsequently cooled down fast into single digit. .coconut jelly is formed








Pandan Coconut Jelly can be obtained from Thum Enterprice of No. 240, Jalan Dato Kramat, 10150. It is located at the Junction of Jalan Dato Kramat and Jalan Melaka. opening hours: monday to sunday 7am to 7pm.
Location: Two blocks next to Penang Times Square, George Town, Penang



 
Famous Char Koay Teow at 358 Jalan Dato Keramat

Famous Char Koay Teow at 358 Jalan Dato Keramat (after eating the coconut jelly, you may wish to try the famous char kway teow near by)
Kafe Khoon Hiang - Ah Leng Char Koay Teow stall  358 Jalan Dato Keramat, George Town.
SIn Hwa coffee shop 329 Jalan Burma, George Town.




Famous Popiah Basah @ Jalan Dato Keramat Food Court
Jalan Johor off Jalan Dato Keramat, Penang
Operating Hours:
Mon - Sun : 10.00am - 10.00pm





Famous Famous claypot apom at Moulmein close and jalan burma road
Famous claypot apom at Moulmein clos and jalan burma road
Swee Kong Coffee Shop

opposite Pulau Tikus Police Station at the intersection of Moulmein Close and Burma Road.
Operating Hours  Tues, Wed, Fri – Sun 6am – 9am (sometimes 10am)
Mon  & Thurs Closed

Apom Manis is a common food in Penang originating from India that resembles crepes, popular for breakfast or just snacking.  so delicious that the Sultan of Pahang actually flies them into his Majesty’s palace once a month.







Penang Peranakan Restuarant at the Gurney Plaza Mall
The Little Nyonya Cuisine

170-B1-32B, Plaza Gurney
Persiaran Gurney, Penang Island, Malaysia
Tel:  04-227 0694. (reservation needed as it is crowded)


Some suggestions for main course includes Claypot Nyonya Curry Fish Head (princes ranges depending on size of fish) and Stir Fried Nyonya Squid (RM16). The traditional Peranakan Pengat Pisang (RM3.50) is a must try for desert, as it is rarely served in Penang restaurants.




Penang Famous Durian and Durian Fair 1st June to 31st july


Penang Famous Durian Farm near Batu Ferringhi (durian season June to August)
after the Titi Kerawang waterfalls.



BAO SHENG DURIAN FARM (349429-A)
150 Mukim 2, Sungai Pinang, 11010 Balik Pulau
Penang, Malaysia
F:604-829 9000 • M:012-411 0600 / 012-401 0800
Email: bsfarm@durian.com.my
Facebook: DurianSeng
GPS: N 5.24.1755 E 100.13.165

RAPID BUS ROUTES
401 from George Town, Queensbay Mall or Penang Airport,
501 from Balik Pulau,
101 from Teluk Bahang or Batu Ferringhi.


hotel stay is available in the farm:
2 Days 1 Night Package at only RM280 Per Room

• Queen-size bed • LCD TV • Air-Conditioning • Refrigerator
• Water heater • Private Swimming Pool

you can opt for buffet durian (basic durian rmb25) or la carte durian
SAVOUR THE CHAMPION (Level 1)
Available from 1 June to 15 August
RM35 per pax - Excludes Red Prawn and Hor Lor
RM45 per pax - Excludes Red Prawn
RM55 per pax - All Kinds of Variety
Savour the King of Fruits in a natural woodlands environment. The textures and flavours, ranging from the smooth and fragrant to the husky and bitter-sweet, will undoubtedly leave an exquisite taste in your mouth and an unforgettable experience to remember.

you can find durian around air hitam near the kek lok si temple during the January Period,  i suspect it is wild durian pick from the durian trees nearby.

a good durian stall in town areas beside the beside the Sun Yat Sen building in Lorong Susu/Mccalister Road

Penang Famous Ah Teik Durian Stall
Penang Ah Teik Durian Stall
Lorong Susu and Jalan Macalister Road
10400 Penang
Tel : 012 4383881 & 016 4158579
GPS Coordinates : N 05 24.961 E 100 19.465



Penang Famous Durian Fair 1st June to 31st july 2014
Penang Durian Fair (consecutive for past 10 years and is still very popular)
01 Jun 2014 – 31 Jul 2014


Durian lovers should not miss the Penang Durian Fair where the King of Fruits is featured as the main item. Savour fresh durians categorised according to grades as well as sumptuous delicacies made from durians. Although it is an acquired taste for the uninitiated, this controversial fruit will win the hearts of those who are brave enough to try!

Venue
Anjung Indah, Balik Pulau & Penang Times Square

Organiser
Penang Tourism Development & Culture Office
Level 53, KOMTAR, George Town, 10503 Penang
Phone:  +604-650 5316 / +604-210 8000
more info:  http://www.visitpenang.gov.my/portal3/







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