Loo Pun Hong
The tiny Loo Pun Hong is one of the most unobtrusive of Penang’s Chinese temples. Built in the 1880s, it is dedicated to Lo Pan,...
Penang Gelugpa Buddhist Association
This small Buddhist Temple , next to Loo Pun Hong, isn’t particularly impressive compared to Penang’s other religious buildings. But it...
Nazlina’s Spice Station
Learn to cook Penang specialities from assam laksa to prawn curry and take a morning market tour to get your supplies. Grind your own...
This darling little take-away bakery, run by twin brothers Jesse and Jerry Tan, produces European-style baked treats such as scones,...
348 Lebuh Chulia · interesting places nearby
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It’s incredible that this gem sits in the middle of the greatest concetration of travellers in Georgetown, yet is somehow almost exclusively patronised (in huge, enthusiastic numbers) by locals. People – what’s happening? Sigh . It is incumbent on you to try the char siew (barbecued pork), siew bak (pork belly), siew cheong (honey-sweetened pork) and roast duck. Order your pork pun fei sau (half fat, half lean) to get that proper combination of slightly wet and firm roasted goodness.