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Introducing Penang Famous Food, Transfer Road Roti Canai (Part 9) – With Tripvid

Transfer road roti canai is one of the famous roti canai around Penang. This stall has a history for over 90 years and has been passed down to four generations. The roti which is soft on the inside but crispy on the outside, when combining with tender chicken and mutton in a hearty, rich curry […]

Lunch with Great Tranquility @ Botanica Mansion, Balik Pulau

Those who have been following my blog will surely know that there is a new mansion in Balik Pulau, which is the Botanica Mansion. Previously I blogged about the valuable English Afternoon Tea set. This round I will be talking about the lunch menu which is quite impressive as well. If you are interested to know about the ambience, you can refer to my […]

Introducing Penang Famous Food, Chowrasta Market Breakfast (Part 8) – With Tripvid

Chowrasta Market is one of the busiest marketplaces in Penang. Along the market, there is a classical Chinese coffee shop selling wonderful Koay Teow Thng and Chee Cheong Fun. A heartwarming bowl of rice noodles served with a thick broth, fresh, handmade fish balls and tender duck meat, and a plate of thin, springy rice rolls […]

Balik Kampung Eco Tour – A Back To Nature Retreat

Telling the kids of today to catch a spinning top (gasing) on their palm, they might not know what you are talking about. They might never knew that we used to be able to catch fighting fish from the river or ‘longkang’ (drain) as now we can easily get from pet shops. The same goes with […]

Introducing Penang Famous Food, Pulau Tikus Lok Lok in Video (Part 7) – With Tripvid

Lok Lok in Chinese means “Dip”. In Penang, lok lok is one of the famous street food at night. The morning session in Pulau Tikus Market is a bustling wet marketplace, while night time this place is converted to a street food heaven. A table of lok lok is packed with bite-sized skewered meats, seafood and veggies before being […]

The Wembley Cafe, Georgetown Hotel – Great Japanese & Seafood Buffet from RM68 Nett

I still remember clearly during the opening of The Wembley Cafe at The Wembley Hotel (previously known as St. Giles Hotel) where many people would go for their scrumptious buffet. Until today, it is still a great place for all buffet lovers as the price remains competitive at RM68 nett for lunch and at RM95 nett for […]

Suffolk House, Georgetown – Penang’s First Mansion Restaurant

Suffolk House is the only surviving Georgian mansion in Malaysia which was originally built in the 1800’s. It has a stunning Anglo-Indian garden house and was once the home of successive British governors. I still remember my first write-up on Suffolk House which was back in January 2010. It was one of my earlier posts and I could feel a difference in […]