The next time you are in Penang, don't forget to check these places out. Who knows? You just might be tempted to visit Penang again.
1. The Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion
Cheong Fatt Tze Manion, also known as the blue mansion, is not to be missed. The interior is as unique as its outer appearance. You can even stay for the night at the mansion and dine in at their Indigo Café.
2. Goddess of Mercy Temple
The Goddess of Mercy Temple also known as Kuan Ying Teng Temple is the oldest Chinese Temple in Penang. Don't missed out on visiting this place.
3. Sri Mahamariamman Temple
The aesthetic of the stunning sculptures of God and Goddess won't disappoint your visit to this oldest Hindu temple in Penang.
4. Chowrasta Bazaar
Feeling hungry? Head over to this bazaar for your pick of snacks. After all, you don't want to spend your day feeling hungry.
5. Penang Street Art
The Street Art in Penang is flourishing so don't miss out on the chance to pose and impress your friends on Instagram.
6. The Chew Jetty
Head along to the Chew Jetty in the evening or whenever the sun is not killing you much. An open sea view to be appreciated and the sea breeze to enjoy.
7. Penang War Museum
The hidden story of Penang in revealed inside this abandoned WWII fort. You can also take a night tour if you're feeling brave.
8. Penang Avatar Secret Garden
This stunning place will take your breath away with its imitation of the stunning world of the blockbuster film Avatar.
9. New World Park
This failed amusement park was given a new life as George Town's best food court. Scores of Penang specialties such as mee rebus and Hokkien mee can be found under one massive roof for street prices. Each food counter is clearly labeled with what local dish can be purchased. The New World Park is located in the northwest of the city at the junction of Burma Road and Swatow Lane.
10. Presgrave Street Hawker Centre
This hawker centre is not as well-known as the previous two, but that doesn't make it any less good. If you don't like crowds, Presgrave Street Hawker Centre is the place to go. Give the Hokkien Mee from 88 Hokkien Mee a try, it's among one of the best in Penang.
Source: Penang Foodie, Trip Advisor
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