When local Malaysians think of Penang, they think of some of the best Malaysian foods they have ever eaten. Composed of Mainland Penang and Penang Island, Penang has something for everybody.
For history-enthusiasts, Penang has a rich international history as a centre-point for East-Asian trading. Once part of the centuries old Kedah Sultanate, then British Empire and occupied by Japanese Imperialists, Penang harmoniously assimilates the cultural, religious and disciplinary diversity it had always been exposed to. To learn and experience more about Penang’s rich and diverse history, you should spend some time walking down the heritage streets of Penang, these include Lebuh Armenian, Love Lane and Lebuh Muntri.
Penang knows to project a kaleidoscope of its own statehood, this makes for some unique and true flavours of its most amazing of dishes such as the Penang Char Kuey Teow, the just-right Penang Asam Laksa and Penang Nyonya Foods.
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