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Seh Tek Tong Cheah Kongsi 世德堂謝公司
Seh Tek Tong Cheah Kongsi 世德堂謝公司, on Armenian Street in Penang. Is one of the most beautiful clan temples tucked away in a secret corner of George Town.  Cheah Kongsi's History  Although there is no record of when the Cheah Kongsi was created. It may be determined from the title …
#28 day of February – Cycling in The Countryside
Georgetown isn't the only thing to see in Penang! The island is vast and covered with verdant farmland with a maze of side roads, alleyways, and walkways. The easiest way to view it is to just hop on a bike and go exploring! If you'd rather not deal with the …
#27 day of February – Trishaw Ride
Walking through Georgetown may be exhausting, especially on hot, sunny days. However, getting about the heritage zone does not have to be stressful. Take it easy with a trishaw tour to experience the sites from a fresh perspective. Pick-ups for trishaws can be arranged directly to your hotel, either directly …
#26 day of February – Durian
Photo by Tom Fisk on Pexels.com Penang durian plantations have been existing for three generations. The majority of them are pesticide-free. According to the King of Fruits fans, the greatest durian in Penang comes from farms in rural Penang. Every year, both residents and visitors rush to Penang to enjoy …
#25 day of February – Upside Down Museum
Your friends will be amazed at how you managed to get those strange images of you standing on the ceiling! Sure, it's a tourist trap, but there's no doubting the charm of Georgetown's Upside Down Museum. This oddball mini-museum is loaded with exhibits that are – you guessed it – …
#24 day of February – Goddes of Mercy Temple
source: Jordan Lye/Shutterstock.com On the Chinese New Year, it is customary for the Chinese to visit a temple for blessings and offerings. The Goddess of Mercy Temple, located in Georgetown, Penang, is Penang's oldest and most renowned temple. Every year, followers of Taoism and Confucianism go to the temple on …
#23 day of February – Fort Cornwallis
Fort Cornwallis, built by the British East India Company in the late 1700s, is Malaysia's largest remaining fort. Still, keep your expectations in check: if you're used to defenses from Europe or Latin America, you could be disappointed.  Nonetheless, its convenient location in George Town makes it a worthwhile addition …
#22 day of February – 3D Trick Art Museum
Art museums where two-dimensional exhibits are brought to ‘LIFE’ with 3D painting, shading, and drawing technique Penang is known for its kitschy museums. There are museums in Penang for anything from durian to chocolate to shining in the dark. But this one receives some of the most OK reviews as …
#21 day of February – Junk Cafe, George Town
Depending on your perspective, the Junk Cafe feels like a bar and restaurant within an old antique shop. Or like attending a party at a hoarder's house. The cafe's quirky design makes it a terrific spot to visit in Penang on its own. But the cuisine and beverages are also …
#20 day of February – Masjid Kapitan Keling Mosque
(source: arrivalguides.com) Another notable Georgetown attraction is the Kapitan Keling Mosque. The Indo-Moorish edifice, built by Penang's earliest Indian Muslim residents (East India Company troops) at the intersection of Lebuh Buckingham and Lebuh Pitt, is located near the junction of Lebuh Buckingham and Lebuh Pitt in Georgetown. The majestic main …
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