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Shopping Mall
“Gurney Plaza is located along Gurney Drive in Penang, just 5 minutes driving distant from Mansion One. It is a popular destination for both tourists and locals. It is the premier lifestyle shopping mall in Penang with variety of popular store and entertainment. You may find cinema, cafe, restaurant, fashion, mobile and electronic store etc here.”
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Shopping Mall
“One of the Penang famous Shopping Mall in Georgetown. there are plenty of food, cafe, shops, to shopping around. operates from 10am to 10pm.”
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Restaurant
“"Gurney Drive Hawker - One of the famous places in Penang for tourists. It is a place full of many local food available, it's serve with Chinese, Malays, Indian food. It is operates at night around 7pm - 12pm.”
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Lake
“It is one of the largest and finest temples complexes in Southeast Asia. Kek Lok Si Temple is not just a center for Chinese culture and Buddha teaching, but also an unique heritage treasures that have Mahayana Buddhism and traditional Chinese rituals blend into a harmonious whole, in temple architecture and daily activities of worshipers.”
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Food Truck
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“Gurney Drive, otherwise known as Persiaran Gurney, is perhaps one of the most well-known place in Penang. Often referred to as 'The New Esplanade', Gurney Drive is a deluge of hawker delights and exciting restaurants that come alive at nighttime, giving the unique experience of dining by the sea. Gurney Drive was named after Sir Henry Gurney, a Malayan High Commissioner who was assassinated by the guerrillas of the Malayan Communist Party during the Emergency period in the early 1950s.”
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Shopping Mall
“Gurney Paragon Mall is Penang’s best centre for an eclectic mix of fashion trends. Set along Persiaran Gurney, the seafront complex is home to more than 40 fashion boutiques and 30 restaurants.”
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Park
“your arrival will be greeted by cheeky monkeys your eyes will be amazed by the various types of protected plants, flowers and trees. Local favorite spot for picnic, running and relaxing spot”
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Shopping Mall
“Precinct 10 is a foods and beverages concept mall. It’s a place to enjoy and variety different of restaurants.”
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Restaurant
“This is a very active place in the morning from 8am - 12 noon and again in the evening. Wet market by day hawker food by night. This area is full of food. Many organic shops in this area as well as local restaurants including a new Vegan restaurant are found along Jalan Moulmein. You can find a full grocery store across the street on Cantonment.”
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Park
“A sure relaxing place to just take an early morning stroll or evening exercise. Meet the locals and join them for Tai-Chi, vocal practice, hiking and just walk round and round...There is a bamboo park, an amazon lily pond, and lots of local floral and fauna. After a good morning stroll, as you exit the park and opposite the Indian temple, drop by BeeBee for a healthy capati or LSY Organic for a healthy breakfast. There are also two fruit stalls that make Pure fresh fruits smoothie. For a hearty breakfast, there is Big Ben Western and Garden Paradis next to it.”
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Buddhist Temple
“The Kek Lok Si Temple is a Buddhist temple situated in Air Itam, Penang, Malaysia. It is the largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia,[1] and is also an important pilgrimage centre for Buddhists from Hong Kong, the Philippines, Singapore and other countries in Southeast Asia. The entire complex of temples was built over a period from 1890–1930, an inspirational initiative of Beow Lean, the Abbot. The main draw in the complex is the striking seven-storey Pagoda of Rama VI (Pagoda of Ten Thousand Buddhas) with 10,000 alabaster and bronze statues of Buddha, and the 36.57 metres (120.0 ft) tall bronze statue of Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy.”
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Movie Theater
“What is the best thing to do at night? Mid-night movies!!! Who doesn't like it? Malaysia cinemas is known for the cheap price for movie. With a low price and now you can enjoy all the blockbuster movies. ”
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Place to shop
“Local Supermarket, Post office, barber, eateries, Pizza, McDonalds, drug store and etc...”
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Restaurant
“Serves dim sum in the morning, seafood for lunch and dinner. Do get crowded during the weekend!”
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Night Club
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Place of Worship
“The biggest and historic temple in Malaysia Recommended Pannal from old China the King of Tze Si Kwang Ti 慈禧黄帝的楄牌。 ”
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Toprestaurants

Restaurant
“"Gurney Drive Hawker - One of the famous places in Penang for tourists. It is a place full of many local food available, it's serve with Chinese, Malays, Indian food. It is operates at night around 7pm - 12pm.”
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Restaurant
“This is a very active place in the morning from 8am - 12 noon and again in the evening. Wet market by day hawker food by night. This area is full of food. Many organic shops in this area as well as local restaurants including a new Vegan restaurant are found along Jalan Moulmein. You can find a full grocery store across the street on Cantonment.”
  • Door 11 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“Serves dim sum in the morning, seafood for lunch and dinner. Do get crowded during the weekend!”
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Restaurant
“"The most Famous Siam Road Char Koay Teow was one of the top food in Penang....”
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Restaurant
“Recommended food: Fried chicken drumstick, Steamed fish with koay teow Opening hours: 7.30am - 3.00pm & 6.00pm - 10.00pm Closed on Tuesdays.”
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Café
“Open 24 hours with free Wi-Fi and beachfront seating, Mr. Pot serves a fine selection of sandwiches and toast for those who want a light-hearted brunch with friends. ”
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Restaurant
“Penang style mee goreng is definitely a must eat in the Pearl of the Orient. The uncle is local Indian but speaks fluent hokkien, when he’s in good mood you can spot him showing off his hokkien while cooking. Well, I guess this is the beauty of mixture culture in Penang. Address: 280, Jalan Burma, George Town, 10350 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia Operating hour: 8AM – 6:30PM (closed on Monday) ”
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Restaurant
“Love the Wine Soirée on Thursday night, experience new wines with good company in a wonderful environment in Penang.”
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