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Jelutong : les meilleurs bars

Centre commercial
“1st Avenue Mall is a shopping mall in George Town, Penang, Malaysia. It is located at Magazine Road, next to Komtar and Prangin Mall, and is linked to both buildings via overhead bridges.”
  • Recommandé par 10 habitants
Government Building
“Komtar Penang mall was dominated by local budget department store, Pacific, booths specializing in computer, hand phone , camera services , a few local souvenirs shops, toy shops and a couple of fast food outlets.”
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Divertissement général
“The TOP is the food and entertainment precinct in the newly rejuvenated Komtar in Penang. There’s also a bar & bistro at the rooftop so be sure to check that out.”
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Centre commercial
“Penang Times Square mall currently contains over 170 retail stores spread over 4 floors. There also a huge indoor food court with over 20 small restaurants.”
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Museum
“Walking through the museum is like going around an upside down house. Visitors can go from room to room, seeing the upside down living room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, and there is even cafes and shops that are upside down.”
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Dessert Shop
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“We don’t even need to elaborate further when it comes to Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul. Literally everyone flocks this stall when it comes to first-time having cendol. Having a history of over 80years, they’ve come a long way. From a small pushcart to having multiple outlets even in Klang. Still, you could find the original one tucked in Penang Road. You get your bowl of cendol in no time upon ordering. The flavors, the combination is there, though we thought portion is relatively small. It’s almost impossible to get a seat during peak hours or holidays. Standing by the roadside with a little sunbath while enjoying that bowl of cendol is part of the experience.”
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Bus Station
“Arrange transport to cross into Thai border; Express Bus Ticket Counter; Local Bus Terminal”
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Restaurant
“New Lane Hawker Centre is a food court in Penang whereby the lane closes down and the street turns into a thriving outdoor hawker food centre.”
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Food Court
“Looking for a place in Penang where you can find lots of delicious hawker foods? Head to Sungai Pinang Food Court Paradise, which is a food paradise with lots of hawker stalls offering a wide range of delicacies, including noodles, porridge, rice, soup, snacks, dim sum and dessert. Let's take a look at some of the must-try hawker foods in this place! ”
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Place to shop
“Local Supermarket, Post office, barber, eateries, Pizza, McDonalds, drug store and etc...”
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Place to shop
“An old bus depot is now the setting for indoor & outdoor art exhibits, plus a cafe & weekend market.”
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Night Club
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Aliments
“Walking distance to Penang Famous Cendul. It has a multiple level parking facility”
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Grand magasin
“GAMA is a department store in George Town, Penang, Malaysia. Located at Dato Keramat Road, just opposite Komtar, GAMA was opened in 1980, making it the oldest department store in the State of Penang. ”
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Restaurant
“Siam Road Charcoal Char Koay Teow 82, Jalan Siam, George Town, 10400 George Town, Pulau Pinang closed on Sunday, Open from 12pm-7pm Daily. Run by a 76 years old uncle and he know the secret recipe of the of Charcoal Char Koay Teow ...”
  • Recommandé par 14 habitants
Café
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“Favoured by Penangites as well as tourists, their signature coffee and tea, charcoal toasted bread with butter & kaya and half boiled egg is really good. Additionally, don’t leave without trying their nasi lemak too.”
  • Recommandé par 13 habitants