I spent a few days in Penang Island to explore the cultural town and its famous foods. The famous Kek Lok Si temple, historical murals, street wire arts, asam laksa, cendol, fried Kway Teow, apom (a traditional Chinese pancake), etc., are available in this small but wonderful town.
Let’s check it out the island now!
The “treasure hunt” for the street arts and murals was fun, especially to fill up the journey with delicious foods and fantastic desserts. I love the traditional food, the murals, the street arts, friendly folks, and the fresh air!
I would recommend a 3-4 day short trip exploring Penang Island to relax and replenish yourself!