Ferry departing from Kohphangan at 7 a.m.
Minivan arriving in Georgetown at 9 p.m. Heavy rain and inundated roads shortly after crossing the Thai-Malaysian border
Names are just names. After a night at so-called Budget Hotel, we check in at Hotel Noble… and pay ⅓ of the price
Keep smiling and trust me: penang people are extreeeemely friendly.
Georgetown offers a shuttle bus circling the city free of charge. Many other means of transportation available, though.
Chinese taoist/buddhist temple…
Inside a taoist/buddhist temple in Georgetown
Street Art on King Street, one of many (part of UNESCO World Heritage)
Please do not spit.
Late lunch with good friends at Sri Ananda. Food in Little India, it’s the bomb, man!
Masjid Kapitan Keling Mosque, with a cannon in the garden, just in case
Sai Baba Anniversary in Penang Road… very lively & lovely tabla music and chanting!
After having stumbled upon manifestations of buddhist, muslim and hindu belief, on the way along the esplanade, finally St. George Church, spectacularly lit
… and to conclude this smooth sunday, a barbecue anniversary at ‘The alley’, a funky place with generous proprietors and ample evidence of artistic expression, only two minutes from where we stay