The Nagore Shrine was built in 1800, and is the oldest Indian Muslim shrine in Penang. It is well-kept and painted in white. The Nagore Shrine is one of the remaining architecture in early 19th century.
Address: Lebuh Chulia, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Nasi Kandar Beratur is one of the more popular nasi kandar joints in George Town. To experience the restaurant's ambience at its best, join the locals and queue up at 10pm for a plateful of Malay delicacies from curries to vegetables.
Address: 98 Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Abundance is widely encouraged in nasi kandar stall such as the one in Kampung Melayu. Grab a plate of steamed rice and accompanied it with a side of fish head curry, chicken curry, vegetables and more.
Address: Jalan Kg Melayu, Air Itam, 11400, Penang, MALAYSIA
Purely hands-on cooking experience, expect to learn the art of preparing local delicacies from assam laksa to roti canai and dhal curry from Nazlina Spice Station. Your day begins with a walk to the nearby Campbell Street Market where you will shop for fresh ingredients before making your way to her kitchen on Lebuh Campbell. Apart from being a cook herself, she's a certified tour guide by the Ministry of Tourism Malaysia that lends her knowledge about the sights and sounds of Penang.
Address: 2, Lebuh Campbell, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Leong See Kah Miew Traditional Chinese is the clan association of the Chinese holding the surname Leong. The name Leong See Kah Miew translates as Leong Clan Ancestral Temple. The three-storey association premises is at 65 Perak Road.
Address: Perak Road, George Town, 10150, Penang, MALAYSIA
Mr Chen of Ngai Sun has been in the business for a long while. At his shop, all artworks are hand paintrd onto the blinds rather than spraypaint. All this is done in a narrow little alleyway at the back of the shop.
Address: 165 Lebuh Chulia, George Town, 10300, Penang, MALAYSIA.
The Nine Emperor Gods Temple is one of the largest temples in Butterworth. Dedicated to the Nine Emperor Gods of Taoist mores, it has gone through several makeovers over the years. It started out as a shrine on a rented plot of land in 1971. The current temple with magnificent architecture was completed in year 2000, at a cost of RM7 million.
Address: 894 & 896, Mukim 14, Jalan Raja Uda, 12300 Butterworth, Penang, MALAYSIA
After crossing Sungai Jalan Bharu bridge, you will find a little make-shift coffee shop on the left at Jalan Bharu main road. "Air nira" is a chilled refreshing drink made from the sap of the Nipah palm inflorescence. It is extremely sweet and yet is claimed to be able to cure diabetes.
Address: Jalan Bharu (Main Road), Balik Pulau, 11010, Penang, MALAYSIA
Transfer Road is named after the event of the transfer of Straits Settlement from Indian office to colonial office in Singapore. In 1867, resulted in a more efficient admin station and an era of great prosperity of the crown coloneles.
Address: Jalan Transfer, George Town, 10050, Penang, MALAYSIA
Also known as Noordin Family Tomb or Makam Keluarga Noordin, is located facing Chulia Street next door to the original main entrance of the Kapitan Keling Mosque. The mid-19th century mausoleum of Indian Muslim merchant Mohamed Merican Noordin which also housed a school for the Muslim community. He was buried here in 1870.
Address: Lebuh Chulia, George Town, 10300, Penang, MALAYSIA
Address: 3A-1-7 Straits Quay Jaan Seri Tanjung Pinang, Tanjung Tokong, 11900, Penang, MALAYSIA
Set up to promote, market and generate tourism for the Penang State in Malaysia, Penang Global Tourism is a tourism bureau which serves as a focal point for coordinating all tourism activities. PGT, as it is affectionately known, works closely with various key tourism industry players locally and abroad. PGT participates in overseas sales missions at world-renowned trade shows, and the exposure has contributed to Penang’s popularity as a destination, investment and home of choice for many from around the world.