As a child that grew up in the hustle and bustle of city, I have always been fascinated by the pure beauty of floating village. Despite living among the high-rise buildings and huge roads, I tend to have a soft spot for the picturesque water village thanks to the marine atmosphere, fresh air, blue sea and the natural value that make it truly special. Couldn’t agree more with me? Then you definitely must not miss out this hidden gem in Penang – Clan Jetties.Read More
If you have the chance to visit Penang, I will suggest you to arrange a time to have a walk around town area, to feel the breeziness of slow travel. One of the best places to sightseeing is Esplanade.Read More
In Penang, you’ll never run out of interesting things to do, and that includes taking your special one out. From historical sites to museums, handicraft markets to sunsets at the beach, there’s something for every couple to enjoy.
Today, we want to feature few of the most romantic getaways to do in Penang. Whether its to add a little more spice to your relationship or to find somewhere in Penang perfect for celebrating that special moment or anniversary.
Since then, you’ll never be at lost again!Read More
Getting a good look at Penang on the cheap is simple because most of Penang’s temptations are free! Yes, you didn’t get it wrong.
Whether you have spent all your money on food (we won’t laugh at you, just admit that Penang food is too good) or your simply have a tight budget, we got you covered with the ultimate guide: free things to do in Penang. Let’s go!Read More
Public transport is certainly not the only way to travel around Penang – but it’s definitely one of the best!
All of the island’s public transport is overground, so all you have to do is peer out the windows to take in our cities, towns and villages – along with some of the most stunning landscapes in between.Read More
Originally from northern China, the Hakkas migrated to Penang in the mid of 19th century. The Hakka community which mainly live at Balik Pulau is then determined to build a temple over there to pray for the blessing of peace, heath and wealth. Most of them joined the Hakka-dominated Hai San, which is allied to the Hokkien-dominated Tua Pek Kong Society. Although this ancient temple has a long history, it never been forgotten by the prayers.Read More
Penang, the only Asian country to make it into the list of Top 10 best places in the world to retire by travel magazine Condé Nast Traveller, I kid you not!Read More
If you’re choosing an ideal place that out of your country to live in retirement or long stay, then the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) project is designed for you!Read More
The first thing that strikes you about Little India is constantly buzzing with shimmery sarees, colourful bangles and Bollywood tracks on replay in the air, be it day or night. It’s as if the minute you enter Market Street, you are transported to a different land, a uniquely vibrant and colourful neighbourhood — a definitive piece of multi-cultural Penang.Read More
When you’re feeling under the weather but your sweet tooth aches, the most ideal dish to have that will satisfy that aching craving without deteriorating your health is tong sui. Here now, hold back the hesitation and have a taste of heaven with these tong sui places in Penang today!Read More