Penang in Short

From historical shophouses, to a mish-mash of mosques, churches and temples, from a backdrop of rainforests to beach-side restaurants, Penang has something for everyone.

In Penang, busy two lane roads are cornered with bustling hawkers; colourful intricately tiled corridors step into dusty haberdashery or traditional biscuit shops; and always the rough yet slightly sing-song Hokkien being spoken regardless of race.

Stumbling upon a group of white-headed mahjong players, it is obvious that an unchanging piece of Penang will never lose that captivating part of the past.



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