Beautiful Sights Georgetown in Penang Malaysia
We arrived at Penang at around 7 am and we havenâ€™t had any nice decent sleep.Â We were supposed to walk around Georgetown and take pictures.Â But we were really tired and sleepy so we just took these pictures while riding the bus hoping to walk around the city in the afternoon.Â But we slept whole afternoon lol so we never got to have another walk. I know I havenâ€™t captured everything in photos but Georgetown is really lovely and very rich in culture.Â Georgetown Penang looks like our Viganâ€™s Calle Crisologo where old houses are preserved.Â The only difference is Georgetownâ€™s architecture looks more English or British and our Calle Crisologo looks more Spanish.Â They also had cobbled roads like the one in Calle Grisologo Anyway, hereâ€™s the best of my bus photos
Kapitan Kling Mosque in Jalan Kapitan Kling
Another view of the Kapitan Kling Mosque
They also use the word â€œKapitanâ€ and I researched about the meaning.Â â€œKapitan Kelingâ€ means headman.
What I find really nice about this Mosque is the ocher yellow faÃ§ade around the posts.
This was just a random photo and according to Willaz:
â€œI know they sell medicine and bird’s nest and many more.. but i couldnt recall the name!â€
â€œBerhentiâ€ I think means stop lol
Thanks for Willaz who tried to help me identify some landmarks.
this is the clock tower roundabout near the Esplanade
This is the Clock Tower, Pesiaran King Edward
Tanjung City Marina, Pengkalan Weld
I think this is where cruise ships dock
There are lots of worship places here.Â Mosques, Chinese Temples and churches
This is just some ruins I found while walking from the bus stop to
Another colorful temple just near our hotel.
Komtar Tower.Â Tallest structure in Penang.
Itâ€™s just 2 blocks away from our hotel.
Another Chinese Temple in Jalan Sungai Ujong.
I loved walking around the streets of Penang.Â Itâ€™s a friendly neighborhood.
Till the next set of pictures.
This time itâ€™s Penang food *yums*