|Tranquility can be rediscovered at the Penang Botanical Gardens, which is nestled below Penang Hill and located almost some what in the centre of the island.|
|Hit the pavement, open your eyes and listen to the sounds - strolling at your pace on the streets of the Old Quarter of Georgetown, bets done in early morning and late evening.|
|Traditions are very significant to the locals of Penang. Above photo depicts home made sweet cake or the thih kueh, traditionally only steamed fort he Lunar New Year, made with tapioca flour and often eaten with fresh coconut shavings.|
|Street food in Penang is valued highly for its tastiness and bargain pricing - above photo taken at the Long Beach|
hawker centre at Batu Ferringhi coastal hub, where I treasure the deep fried spring rolls or the choon pniah.
|A group of boys being transferred to performances of the iconic lion dance.|
|Fresh coconut water - organic, thirst quenching and easily found in Penang.|
|A typical pool area in a hotel.|