Some sports enthusiasts will still try to get time to exercise or jogging even when they are travel abroad. If you are about to travel or stay at Penang for a short time, probably this guide can help you to find your ideal place to exercise!
Who doesn’t love to stroll around on lively bazaars under clear blue skies? Besides night markets, there are plenty of cool flea markets and weekend bazaars for you to hunt for pre-loved goods, fresh local produce..
Penang is an island which is surrounded by the sea and has rich rainforest. These unique conditions have made it successfully to attract millions of tourists to visit every year. Beside Georgetown Heritage Site, the scenery along the coast line in Penang cannot be ignored because there are more trees and sea view if compare to the town. Today, I’m going to bring you to escape from the crowded heritage area and visit those places along the coast line which take 30 minutes distance from the town!
We always heard people said we have to discover the culture and art of a city if we want to get to know the city more as each art pieces represents the thinking and feeling of artist towards the city. Penang is a place full of charisma, a British colonial building, a traditional house or a wheeler who rests on the tricycle could turn into a masterpiece. As the awareness of appreciate art grows eventually in Penang, numerous art galleries established in these years. These art galleries provide a platform for the talented artists to showcase their works. Hence, I’m going to introduce top 5 art galleries in Penang in this article!
If you mention about seafood in Penang, don’t be surprised as everyone would recommend you the same place – Bukit Tambun. For the locals, it is a perfect paradise for seafood lovers; you’ll find plenty of tasty seafood spots here and pocket-friendly seafood feast with authentic flavour! Bukit Tambun was originally a riverine
village located in Seberang Perai Selatan. However, it is emerging as the next hot spot for travel followed by the opening of Second Penang Bridge and the restoration Project “Beautiful Tambun”. There are dozen of reasons to visit this attractive village besides craving for fresh bounties of the sea, take a look!
What are the things you experience living in a small town in Penang? From tasty food to underrated travel gems, you should definitely come and visit Bukit Mertajam – a charming little town that located on the opposite end of the Penang Bridge! As one of the nucleus towns of Seberang Perai, Bukit Mertajam was built over 100 years; whether you like visiting historical town with a deep past, or prefer to explore picturesque town that packed to the brim with eateries and attractions, BM has it all. Are you ready for this exciting trip? Let’s get started!