After a period of adventures in the wild, wild lands, it’s time for me to take the time to balance and learn about life in a suitable city. And Penang is a stopover that I feel is worthwhile and meaningful.
I arrived at Georgetown of Penang late at night, and was left in the middle of Chinatown. After I found a good hostel, I was eager to go exploring this city the very next day. Standing under the compassionate Bodhisattva statue at Kek Lok Si temple – that is all the wonderful experiences in Penang.
Luckily, the internet is a great source of information, so I can easily find out where these works are displayed. In addition to the train to Butterworth, there are two daily train services to Langkawi by the Langkawi Boat Service Authority and a number of other agencies.
After enjoying a hearty breakfast at the lodge, I was eager to realize the goal of exploring the city as I had set out the day before. In here you will experience sitting on the Trishaws. You should stroll through the famous Chinese restaurants, the green smoke winding around the ornate temples, the sari mantle embroidered with sparkling gold, sparkling by the window.
Not only that, you can also hear the prayer bells ringing in the mosque at noon, and enjoy the delicious flavors of culinary delights at the roadside bars just a few steps away. On major festivals and events like the Chinese New Year and the George Town Festival here are very crowded. So if you want to go to Penang Island, you need to book in advance.
However, on an island of 293 square kilometers, there is more to George Town. Walk through lush lush forests, through deserted beaches at Penang National Park, you’ll learn to cook in the Spice Garden, tropical,