Probably the coolest feature of this temple is its impressive stone courtyard and the carved pillar work throughout said space, which is...
Soho Free House
Rather dimly-lit British-style pub spread out over two floors serving, allegedly, Malaysia’s biggest selection of draught beers. It...
When you’ve hit the sauce too hard, there’s always Khaleel, a 24-hour curry house that is consistently packed with happy, masticating...
Lonely Planet review
This hawker stand has a few specialities locals swear by, most famously lorbak (spiced ground pork wrapped in bean curd dipped in black gravy) and Hainan chicken-rice, one of the great fast foods of East Asia. The latter is deceptively simple – steamed chicken and rice cooked in chicken broth – easy to muck up and so good when executed right, as it is here. The state government sends Kheng Pin’s owner to Adelaide in Australia every year to promote Penang cuisine, so you know he’s doing something right.