Penang: Part 3

Thursday Travels is a weekly column featuring sights and sounds from my wanderlust adventures. Come, fly with me, and we’ll explore strange cultures, exotic eats and everything in-between.

Georgetown Penang is a charming little town, filled with street hawkers, busy markets and slow businesses. While it’s possible to explore Georgetown’s core zone by foot, a good slap of sunblock and comfortable walking shoes are highly recommended.

Guess you can say I went trigger happy in Penang because at last count, I’ve gathered 6 good posts based on street shots alone. But I do hope that after seeing these photos, you’d be inspired to visit this lovely island too.

This cheeky and interactive art mural created by Ernest Zacharevic has beautifully illustrated the childlike kampong spirit that’s evident in Penang.

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One thought on “Penang: Part 3

  1. the last kitty looks resentful. did u bully it?
    the color of your photos brings out the nostalgia feeling of the place which didn’t give me that its a HOT HUMID place (but it is!) Good job!

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