I have chosen to tour around Penang Island which is the place where I was born during my last semester break. Penang Island might be small but it is definitely one of the hottest tourist site for tourist around the world. I have grew up in the island’s capital, Georgetown but, even as a true Penangnite, I have to admit that there is so much more to learn about this town. Other than travelling around the town, I took part in some interesting nature activity like jungle trekking and visiting parks and farms too. Penang is also very famous for its delicious gourmet. As to complete this tour, I took the opportunity to taste a few of these Penang delights in between the stops.
I was born in Penang island. However, like almost all the other Penangnites, I have never travel around the island before. I am well aware that this island has been internationally recognized for its beautiful landscape and historical value. Georgetown has been voted by Asiaweek magazine as one of the best cities in Asia. This city has also been ranked as the 9th most livable city in Asia. Georgetown was also declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its unique architectural and cultural townscape. All this recognition made Penang island one of the hottest and most visited island by tourist all over the world.
Through this trip, I have learnt a lot bout Georgetown which I have never found out in my entire life living in the town. My first stop was to the Fort Cornwallis. This fort was the first British settlement in Penang. It is also the oldest British structure in the island. After that, I went to the Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi or better known as Khoo Kongsi. This Kongsi is one of the most distinctive clan association in Malaysia and its magnificent clan house is really stunning. I also went to Pinang Peranakan Mansion to have a glimpse on the lifestyle and custom of the unique and prominent Babas and Nyonyas community. The Peranakans are famous for their adoption of selected...
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