That's the warm welcome one would see on billboards and road signs once arriving in Penang.
|Far view of Penang on a ferry boat from Butterworth|
Penang (Pulau Pinang translated as Island of Palm) is the second smallest Malaysian state yet it is highly urbanized and industrialized, and is one of the most developed and economically important state of the country. How do I know this? Well, I was blessed to have lived there for almost 3 years.
|A view from Butterworth side|
|Ferry boat from Butterworth to Penang Island|
|Ferry dock of Penang Island|
Here are some photos I took on our last visit:
|One of the interesting Chinese structure in the island.|
|My daughter standing along Gurney drive.|
|Far view (from Bayan Lepas) of the second longest bridge in Asia, about 13.5 km.|
|Roti Canai for breakfast from an Indian restaurant.|
|Sumptuous Chinese lunch at Chicken Rice restaurant.|
|Enjoying supper with our packs (bungkos) from Nasi Pelita. Best eaten by hand!|
White Wednesday Friday Food Trip