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Penang War Museum in Bukit Batu Maung, Malaysia

Penang War Museum located at Batu Maung, the South East part of the Penang Island. It is a renowned landmark for its historical events and timelines. Today, this 20- acre museum served as the memorial site and houses a collection of historical artefacts such as military tunnels, ammunition bunkers, sleeping chambers, canon firing bays, logistic […]

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Penang Hill Bukit Bendera, Malaysia

Penang Hill or fondly known as “Bukit Bendera” by the locals, is one of the most awe-inspiring hill stations, located 735m above sea level. The scenic view is amazing to witness and comprises of several hills like Western Hill, Tiger Hill, Flagstaff Hill, Government Hill and Bukit Laksamana. Western Hill is the highest point of […]

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Penang Botanic Gardens

1884 is the year in which the Penang Botanic Gardens was founded. Its first curator, Mr Charles Curtis, who works for the Department of Gardens and Forests, Straits Settlements, had gradually transformed the ex-quarry site to a botanic garden. It was initially used for the cultivation of commercial plants by the British. Seedlings from all […]

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Little India in Penang, Malaysia

Penang’s Little India is a vibrant and colorful region in Georgetown where you get to experience the full-on Indian culture. Subtly bordered by Lebuh Queen, Lebuh Chulia, Lebuh Gereja and Lebuh Pantai, walking into this zone takes you right into the setting of a Bollywood movie. Apart from the Malaysian language that describes the stores […]

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Khoo Kongsi in Penang, Malaysia

Khoo Kong Si, a Hokkien term which means Khoo Clan Association, is a historical temple situated in Cannon Square, George Town, Penang. This temple and museum was initially built in the 1850’s and funded by 102 businessman of the Khoo origin. Upon its completion, rumour has it that it burned down without a known reason. […]

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Clan Jetties in Penang, Malaysia

The Clan Jetties in Penang at Weld Quay is a beautiful sight to tourists now, yet it holds a deep cultural history of the Chinese immigrants who migrated here for a better life. 6 jetties, which are the Chew, Lim, Tan, Lee, Yeoh and the Mixed Clan Jetty, still exist until today. 3 of the […]

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Top 12 Places to Visit in Penang

Penang, an island located at the north of Malaysia, filled with vibrant culture while advancing towards modernity, is a place that you need to visit when you come to Malaysia, especially for those who are interested in culture. 1. Kek Lok Si Kek Lok Si, a temple with a name that translates to “Ultimate Happiness”, […]

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Kek Lok Si Temple in Penang

When you visit Malaysia, Penang is a destination that you shouldn’t miss out. A location colourfully painted by culture and traditions that are unique and hard to find. One of the must-see places in Penang is the Kek Lok Si temple, even more so if you are interested in Chinese culture. Kek Lok Si, translated […]

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