GEORGE TOWN: Once again, Penang is recognised internationally when named as one of 17 must visit destinations in 2017 by CNN.
The state, known as Pearl Island, was second behind Prince Edward Island, Canada, and was among three destinations in Asia listed in the chart other than Thailand and China. Read More…
Reunion dinner are important for the Chinese during Chinese New Year, its mean families gather together.
Some family eating steamboat for their reunion dinner. The steamboat has special meaning, its mean warm, getting together, forever and sharing .
Traditional steamboat is using charcoal, now most family using electrical steamboat. Read More…
Chinese New Year is coming soon, Chinese will use many things to decorate their house, such as Chinese red lanterns, paper cutting, door couplets, plants and flower etc.
Most of these decorations items are red in color, lucky image or express good wishes.
2016 is a year of Monkey, so you may see a lot of Monkey decorations. Read More…
“The Path” Esplanade became an enchanting site for visitors.
When you pass by Lebuh Light, you will see there are more than 700 mini hot air balloons created a beautiful scenery. A lot of people, especially family with kids are there to take photos.
These mini hot air balloon is The Path of Penang Hot Air Balloon Fiesta which will be held on 9 & 10 February 2016. Read More…
Penang Pesta Chingay Parade
Venue: Padang Brown to CIty Hall, Esplanade
Seberang Perai Chingay Parade
Venue: MPSP Field, Butterworth
www.visitpenang.gov. Read More…
Pesta Dragon Boat Race
Date: 12 & 13 Dec 2015
Venue: Teluk Bahang Dam
Christmas Drama 2015 : Nyonya House 333
Date:18-20/12/2015 ( Fri- Sun)
Venue: 30 Persiaran Karpal Singh 2, 11600, Penang, Malaysia
www.penangfirst. Read More…
International Festival With Horses come again. 3 days events from 27th to 29 December 2015 held at Penang Turf Club, Batu Gantong. This carnival started from 10am to 6pm. It is free admission.
Penang Turf Club organised this carnival for many times already. This special event attracted visitors from whole Malaysia and others counties, especially family with kids. Read More…
Murukku is a savoury, crunchy Indian snack. It is a popular festival food which can get at Little Indian or any Indian shop.
Murukku is typically made from rice flour and urad dal flour, some people added sesame seed or cumin seed to made it more tasty. Murukku is shaped into spiral or coil shapes by hand or using a mould, then deep fried it. Most Malaysian like to eat murukku. Read More…
Kolam, also known as Rongoli is a folk art from India. It is usually made during Indian festival such as Deepavali.
Indian using colour rice to create Kolam on the floor to bring good luck. Kolam designs can be peacocks, flowers, fruits, portraits or geometric shapes. Read More…