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Want a bowl of Ice Kacang?
If you walk around Tan Jetty, Weld Quay, why not try a bowl of Ice Kacang.
The Ice Kacang stall is just at the roadside, it is running by an old man for nearly 3 years. He also have Cendol and other drinks.
He said it is a branch from Penang Road Cendol which opposite Joo Hooi Cafe. Read More…
Nagore Square is a new heritage lifestyle hub in Penang. It mix of heritage buildings, housing a potpourri of unique shop catering to cafes, beauty salons, restaurants , pubs, pet centres, wine shop and cake house.
Art and mural is another attraction of this place. Some of the murals painted by local artists and some painted by foreign artists. Read More…
‘Reaching up’ is a mural painted on a wall along Cannon Street. It is one of the murals painted by Ernest Zacharevic. It show that a boy standing on a chair, reaching for something at the hole in the wall.
This mural attracted a lot of local and foreign visitors coming to take photos.
Hong Kong TVB drama “Outbound Love” also has a lot of street art scene. Read More…
New Murals at Penang.
In Novermber 2014, Penang organised an international art festival called Urban Exchange: Crossing over 2014.
A part of this festival, 16 local and international artists painted14 murals in Penang.
There are two large murals at Beach Street private car park.
A large colourful piece is done by local artists group called 4Some. Read More…
Did you see these 3 wall murals?
“Sister and Brother playing basketball”, “Children on the Swing” and “Nostalgic Meal Order”.
These wall murals are painted by local young artist named Louis Gan.
He was invited by a businessman to paint the first mural wall “Children on the Swing” at Step by Step Lane (Gat Lebuh Chulia). It show that two children enjoying themselves on a swing. Read More…
If you are rush or hungry, I will not advise you to get a plate of Fried beehoon with fried fish meat at New Lane Goh Chew coffee shop ,because you have to wait unless half hour to one hour for food to ready.
Why people willing to wait for long just for a food?
Actually it is a normal fried beehoon, but the fish meat is delicious and fresh. Read More…
Where are 101 kittens in George Town?
101 Lost Kitten is a street art project leading by Thailand artist Natthapon Muangkliang, Malaysian arties Louise Low and Tang Yeok Khang. It is to create awareness toward stray animals.
Take some time to walk around heritage area to get the mural painting and sculpture. Some are easy to get, some are hiding at the back of building. Read More…
Armenian Street got its name from the early Armenian merchants who settled here.
Now, if you ask what you can see at this street, people will tell you “street art”.
Since the “Little Children on Bicycle” become famous, a lot of local and foreign tourists come to this area.
This street has few street arts drew by local artist. Read More…
Monroe Café & Lounge
Monroe Café & Lounge is Penang first and only café & lounge integrated with Marilyn Monroe design theme. It is located at 1926 Heritage Hotel.
Monroe Café & Lounge is a cocktail bar, restaurant, live music venue & performance space all in one.
The food is western cooking styles such as sandwich, pasta, pizza, waffle, snack etc. Read More…
Have you try “Loh Bak” and Prawn Fritters at Tan Jetty?
There are a stall hidden away from the main road selling “ Loh Bak” ,Prawn Fritters and fried bean curd for more than 20 years.
It is famous because of the food is good and tasty. Even though it does not provide any seat at the stall, people still willing to stand there or take away the food. Read More…