Friday, May 7, 2010

Visit Pearl of the Orient

I have been receiving newsletter from Tourism Penang for quite sometime now and I thought it will be good for me to help spread the good news on tourism for my hometown as well.

Indeed, Penang is a lovely place to visit and whenever I'm back for the holidays, it's always a new experience.(now resides in Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur)

The numero uno in Penang and the most memorable is the culinary experience that satisfies every taste buds, hawkers food delights. yummy! Food, glorious food in almost every turn. Ask any Penangnites and they will gladly tell you where to go and what is the most popular food available there ranging from "curry mee" to fried keow teow" (hmmm already salivating)

Of course there is more than just food in Penang, there are tons of places of interest too.

Just don't take my words for it, be there to find out for yourself.I just love Penang
State Tourism Development & Culture to 'babysit' Fort Cornwallis momentarily
'>fort cornwallis1Beginning 1 May 2010, Penang Fort Cornwallis will be 'babysat' by the State Tourism Development & Culture Office. From then on, the historical attraction spot will be operating daily, including Sundays, from till 9am till 7pm.  Entrance fees into the Fort Cornwallis will be reduced to RM2 for adults and RM1 for children. A special entrance fee of RM1 is also available for students who are present on-site in their school uniforms or with their student ID.  School students will also be allowed to enter for FREE upon the school's request with an official letter submitted to our office beforehand to waive the entrance fees. Events are encouraged to be organised at the Fort Cornwallis for a lower rental fee of RM2,500 for private sectors...
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