Filed under: Other State, Selangor
by admin on Oct 30th, 2015
Brianne Jasmin Aeria has the privilege of enjoying the luxury of this amazing hotel and leaves feeling at one with the world. One World Hotel is about a 45 minute drive from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and 15 minutes away from KL Sentral. This hotel, located in Petaling Jaya, has 483 rooms and is adjoined to one of the more famous shopping malls in Petaling Jaya, 1 Utama Shopping Centre. I was put up in the newly refurbi...
Filed under: General Information, Transportation
by admin on Nov 14th, 2014
Penang Hop On Hop Off City Tour double decker open top bus service will be launched on November 16 Unlike Other Buses, it is Double Decker Open Top, Pre Recorded & Live Commentary, Interactive & Friendly Staff. You may Set Your Own Time To Visit Places You Like. The services operates 7 days a week with continuous circular rides daily from 9am till 8pm with 20-30 minute interval between each stops. The buses services operating...
Filed under: Food Guide, Georgetown
by admin on Jul 8th, 2014
Leong How Keng's tiny bakery shop is famous for it coconut tarts, pepper biscuits and Cantonese-style biscuit (which are traditional given away to relative before a wedding) Leong learn his recipes from his father who established the bakery and he has spent over three decades perfecting his craft. He meticulously makes all the pastries himself, from mixing the ingredients, kneading and rolling the dough and lining each pastry tray before p...
Filed under: Food Guide, Georgetown
by admin on Apr 13th, 2014
Most tourist visited Penang, one of the unforgettable hawker food will be Char Koay Teow a.k.a "stir-fried ricecake strips". This popular noodle dish is a must try hawker food if you visit Penang. Below is the most rated Char Koay Teow in Penang 1. Sister Char Koay Teow Lam Heng Cafe, sister char koay teow in Penang George Town. A place of fried kway teow, consistent banana leaf on bottom, with two prawns, and some ctab meat on top o...
Filed under: Attractions, Georgetown
by admin on Feb 17th, 2014
Khoo Kongsi is a ‘must visit’ when you are in Penang. Khoo Kongsi is a grand temple located on Jalan Acheh, off Lebuh Pitt. With a history more than 650 years, it is part of the Five Big Clans (Goh Tai Seh) that appeared to be the backbone of the Hokkien community in early Penang. This well-known clan house was founded by the Khoo's family after migrating from Sin Kang Village in China to Penang to earn a living. The clan house was built main...
Filed under: Attractions
by admin on Dec 27th, 2013
Just as dawn breaks and when roost blurry-eyed Penangites sip their first cup-of-the-day, a crowd gathers at the Penang Stadium open-air carpark in Lorong Kulit. This group of "earlybirds" are peddlers who come to sell their wares at Penangs only flea market. One by one, the minivan5 and motorized cts arrive, and off load their goods at their usual places. Their makeshift stalls are plied side-by-side each other, leaving just a narrow path for pa...
Filed under: Attractions, Event, General Information
by admin on Dec 4th, 2013
When you looking for night market, we call it "Pasar Malam" in Malay language. Penang Night Market or Pasar Malam selling ton of low-cost merchandise like cloth, daily use, groceries, toys, and the local food. Location for the Pasar Malam is different every night, you may find the night market location below Pasar Malam in Penang Island Monday night - Relau (??) & Macallum Street Ghaut (???) & Teluk Bahang Tuesday - Tanjong...
Filed under: Food Guide, General Information, Seafood
by admin on Aug 18th, 2013
Now stay In Penang would ever be quite complete without a visit to one of the island’s many mouthwatering local seafood eateries. Just like hawker food, local seafood is revered as one of Penang’s cuisine specialties. Although the Island Is peppered with "popular" restaurants that serve seafood. many locals flock to the less "touristy" venues that are located along the coast, especially in most areas of Teluk Bahang and Bukit Tambun, Seberang...
Filed under: Attractions, Gurney Drive
by admin on Aug 17th, 2013
From sunrise to sunset, Gurney Drive is still Penang most popular esplanade. As the sun slowly creeps over the horizon, the sounds of gentle surf are gradually drowned out by the shuffling of feet against the sidewalk. Its early morning and the elderly have come for their morning walks and exercises at Gurney Drive - Penang’s most popular esplanade. For many of them, It’s a daily ritual a routine passed down from one generation to...
Filed under: Attractions, Balik Pulau
by admin on Oct 16th, 2012
Inside a little shop called Lah Guan Goldsmith (some called Lat Yuen Silversmith) located by the only roundabout in the Balik Pulau, an old man sits and works on his silverwares daily. Fong Ten Sent is his name. He has created numerous skillful, delicate silverwares for kids and adults, such as the ankles, fashion accessories and collectibles. Master Fong has much to say about him self. Inheriting the silversmith business from his father, ...