If you’re looking at Penang cars for sale, don’t look further as here’s a user friendly website that gets right to the bottom of your motor needs with just 2 clicks away. With its simple yet informative front page, it’ll directly bring potential car buyer such as yourself straight to links like Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. There […]
Nope, its not a mountain. Located parallel to Tanjung Tokong (after Gurney Drive), Mt.Eskrine is on a hill. Other than housing cemetary, one can find good food along Mt.Eskrine. Tucked along the main road, you can find a good Hainanese Western food shop that serves good chops (ie. chicken, steak, fish & chips, pork…etc.). Price […]
Here a pic of the lone trishaw at Canon Street, Georgetown.
Here it is. The murals in Penang City that is additive. This one is about cats. If you’re cat lover, follow this. Best way to go around searching for these murals (or street art) is by renting a bicycle, tricycle or even dual bicycles on Pengkalan Weld or Lebuh Victoria.
Every Sunday between 7am to 1pm, Lebuh Pantai will be partially closed to traffic in which cyclist, skatebarders, roller skaters and pedestrians will dominate the stretch of road. Also, another dominant transporter between those time is the famous trishaws. These peddlers will congregate at Gat Lebuh Gereja and enjoy listening to their radios. Here you […]
Penang Island can be such an adventure especially on the weekend. Not only does the local council designated a no drive day at Lebuh Pantai but also there are many hidden murals at strategic junctions around town. Here’s a mural about a boy climbing up on a wooden chair at the back of a house…enjoy.
If you’re thinking of a good hotel for the whole family in Bali where it isn’t too far away from the center and a walking distance to local shops, Hard Rock Hotel in Kuta will be ideal for you. Across the road is the beautiful Kuta beach where there are daily surfing lessons for the kids […]
One of the memorable candlelight dinner which we had for a long long time was at Jimbaran, Bali. Although it was only a quarter past 6pm, the sun has already made its way behind the sea horizon. Timing could not have been better as we were in the mid of our lobsters and Bintang beer […]
Sounds dodgy but its 100% eatery place. And its loved by visitors and local (like myself). Su, a friendly chap, will quickly greet visitors to her traditional space of three heritage buildings linked by an open courtyard. Its superb as you can either enter through its rear Victoria Road or come from the front Beach […]
The first time whe I visited St.Anne’s church was 15 years ago. That was how long it has been. I still remember St.Anne’s church was resting on a high plato and I had to climb the steps in order to reach the chapel. 15 years on and its still the same. However, the landscape has […]