In this post, I would like to share with you some of the places and food that we tried during our Penang stopover.
PORT KLANG, MALAYSIA
here), we had a half day stop over at Port Klang which is a town and the main gateway by sea into Malaysia. Passengers on board could choose to stay on board during the embarkation or pick-up a short tour around Kuala Lumpur or etc.
|Port Klang Cruise Centre, Malaysia
Penang by Cruise after so almost 15 years since my last visit with tour group during my secondary school days. And indeed the view of Penang from cruise is amazing and beautiful too.
|Our Shore Excursion ticket for "Taste of Penang".
|Tourist Discount Card @ Wah Thai Native Products for getting their local products.
|Coffee Time! What about a cup of Penang White Coffee!
|Bak Kut Teh and other spices packet which are great for making yummy herbal soup at home.
|Parkson Shopping Mall which similar to our shopping mall concept which cafes, shops and eateries.
|These are some of the dishes that we tried at their New World Park Food Court.
RM 3.00) with the “heh kor (prawn paste)", chilli and sweet plum sauce is a special Penang specialty which is worth trying.
RM 4.50) which is very fragrant with nice wok taste and nicely fried noodles.
Fort Cornwallis is an old star fort located on the northeastern coast of Penang, Malaysia. Even though the fort was originally built for the British military, its function and historically was more administrative than defensive.
|The Chapel at Fort Cornwallis which was built in 1799.
|View of the coastline from Fort Cornwallis.