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Monday, 7 October 2019

Lunch In Penang Before Driving Back To Ipoh

From Penang Hill, we reached the apartment just before 12 noon. Our bags were all packed and ready to go but we need to wait for the owner to collect the keys and check the apartment before claiming back our deposit. We got into the car and drove over to Ghee Hiang (next to Tropicana) to buy a few bottles of sesame oil and biscuits. We took snapshots of these cute sculptures in front of the building.
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Inside the biscuit shop.
Antique water boiler found in old coffee shops in one corner.
Display corner
Some chilled beverages.
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I missed these cute sculptures.
Good thing a friend took these snapshots.
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After Ghee Hiang biscuit shop, our friend directed us to a food court for lunch. I can't remember the name or place of the food court. We shared the following food items.
We bought 2 packet of nasi lemak with blue rice (blue pea colour).
Steamed kuih in brown sugar syrup.
Not enough, more to come.
Then came this rojak Mamak style
Chinese doughnuts or hum chim peng.
We find these tastier than those in Ipoh.
A bowl of assam laksa to taste.
Some roasted pork to taste.
Coffee with floral pattern.
Penang has their own white coffee.
Crossing Penang bridge back to the mainland.
Goodbye Penang, until our next visit.

Very truly I tell you, whoever hears my word and

believes him who sent me has eternal life and

will not be judged but has crossed over from death to life.

(John 5:24, New International Version-NIV)

56 comments:

  1. Cute sculptures in pink!
    The foods look delicious!

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  2. Delicious foods :)
    Have a great week :)

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  3. The little sculptures are so cute! What is white coffee? Is it really white? Maybe it is coffee with a lot of cream? The food looks delicious!

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    1. I think it has something to do with the way it is roasted and it is usually served with condensed milk added to it.

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  4. Cute sculpture.

    Yes, heard of Penang white coffee. Ipoh has white coffee, Penang also have. Tastewise, the same?? I dont know as I dont drink coffee.

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  5. ...I like the neat little people!

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  6. hee..hee.. I also went to Ghee Hiang to get some biscuits for my brother and I was also amused by those sculptures!

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  7. Yummy!! Let's go again and again, Nancy!!

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  8. You find the best and interesting eats!

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  9. So many cute sculptures! They make one smile just to look at them. And I love that old water boiler...

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    1. Yes, the cute sculptures make a great difference.

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  10. Amazing Nancy. Sculptures and food. What else good you get? See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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  11. For hum chim peng i like the savory saltish type. Those sculptures are so colourful and cute.

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  12. Oh my, you all eat so very well. I'm hungry again this morning and more so since I've viewed this post.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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    1. It has been raining for a few hours and it is cold and makes me hungry.

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  13. Me ha gustado el viaje. Un beso.

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  14. Like to eat Ghee Hiang tambun biscuits too. The dishes look simply delicious!

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  15. This looks so good! I love all the food pictures - making me hungry!

    cabin twenty-four

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    1. It is not easy to see this boiler being used these days.

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  17. It looks like you had a wonderful visit!

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  18. Beautiful and fun place. Thanks for sharing!

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  19. so cute sculpture and again so many yummy food xx

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  20. the sculptures are super cute! And the nasi lemak plus rojak..aaah! I guess I have tried the blue one as well..with lots of sambal :)

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  21. Aww!! the sculptures are so cute!

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  22. I rely on Google for finding food in Penang, so will have some hits and misses. You have all the good places!

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    1. Thanks to our Penang friend for recommending all the good food to us.

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  23. Very cute and adorable sculptures on display and the water boiler is interesting piece of antique!

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