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Penang Chinese Methodist Church is the first Chinese Church in Malaysia. It was established on May 5, 1895 when Dr West and Lau Seng Chong from Singapore started gospel work among the Hokkien speaking Chinese in Penang.
In the early year this church did not have a permanent worship place. The present Madras Lane site completed on July 4, 1937. The chapel been used since then. Read More…
Putu Mayam is Indian snack; it is eaten as a sweet dish. In Penang this food commonly sold as street food.
Putu Mayam taste like steam vermicelli, it is served with brown sugar, white sugar and grated coconut. Some places are also selling green Putu Mayam which adding juice from aromatic pandan leaf as flavouring. Read More…
“My Pulau Tikus Tour” is a free guided tour for locals and visitors to know more about Pulau Tikus heritage and historic.
This guided tour is only on Sunday, its started from 14/12/2014.
If you are interested, please meet outside Gurney Plaza, Kelawai Road entrance at 1.50pm.
For more information, please visit below website:
http://www.mypulautikus.org/index. Read More…
Cheong Fatt Tze mansion is located at Leith Street. Its Indigo-Blue outer wall makes it a very distinct building in the area. The mansion is one of the only three stately Chinese – style mansions remaining outside China.
This mansion built by the most generous philanthropy and influential businessman Cheong Fatt Tze. Read More…
Penang Pesta Dragon Boat
Date: 6 & 7 December 2014
Venue: Teluk Bahang Dam
Time: 9am- 5pm
www.penangdragonboat.gov. Read More…
Yum Cha (tea session) and eating Dim Sum are originated from the Cantonese in southern China. In Penang there are many traditional Dim Sum restaurants. De Tai Tong Cafe is one of the famous Dim Sum restaurants which have been there for more than 60 years.
Tai Tong is still preserving the traditional way of serving dim sum with the traditional pushing carts. Read More…
Baba and Nyonya is a unique community, they are descendants of Chinese immigrants from Fujian to Malaya. They created a unique lifestyle and customs which has been influenced by the Malay, Thai and Myanmar community. Read More…