About #Pulau Pinang
I travel to Penang with #Jawavengers for the food (and the view of course). We have planned everything a week before to make sure the whole trip went well. A day prior, we gathered at Reen's house and planned the whole destinations and budget. It's just a two days and a night trip so, it didn't cost much. The costs include the bus and flight tickets, foods, entry fees at some of the destination and the hotel and car rent. When we arrived at Penang it was already late noon and we directly get the car and drove to the hotel.
The food in Penang were SUPERB! Everything was nice. As planned, we tried the famous pasembor at Persiaran Gurney, Nasi Kandar Deen, Kapitan's Chicken Milani, Cendol at a stall close by P.Ramlee's house and Nasi 7 Benua.
Then, for outdoor activity we went for a walk at Penang Hill to grasp a view of the Penang scenery. We were lucky as at that time the Penang Hill's train tickets were cheap as there were some sort of discount. As expected, we toured all around the area for pictures and of course we took one at the love lock platform. We also visited the War Museum before went to the airport.
Well the museum was scary, it feels like its haunted and the mannequin looks as if they alive. I wouldn't dare visiting that place at night. But there are other places which are best visited at night; the Straits Quay and Batu Ferringhi Night Market. Straits Quay night view was majestic while the night market was a long walk from end to end.
Now, pictures time!