Are you ready for an exciting short food trip to Penang with your family? This beautiful island is not only known for its stunning beaches and vibrant culture, but it is also a food lover's paradise. Our first stop? The fabulous Hardrock Penang hotel, where we'll be staying. Get ready to rock and roll with their top-notch amenities and rock 'n' roll-themed rooms that will make our stay memorable and groovy!
STAY : HARD ROCK HOTEL PENANG
After settling into our hotel room and freshening up, it's time to kick off our gastronomic adventure at the renowned Bora Bora restaurant, nestled by the stunning Batu Ferringhi beach.
1. Bora Bora @ Batu Ferringhi
The ambiance is simply breathtaking, with the sound of crashing waves and a gentle sea breeze. We'll indulge in a delectable feast of fresh seafood and tantalizing dishes while enjoying the picturesque view of the ocean. The lively atmosphere and the joyous laughter of our loved ones will make this dining experience truly unforgettable.
2. Penang Road Famous Teo Chew Chendul
The Teo Chew Chendul, with its perfect blend of pandan-flavored jelly, shaved ice, and sweet gula Melaka syrup, will cool us down on a sunny day.
3. Asam Laksa & Char Kuey Teow @ Taman Emas
Taman Emas Kopitam located along Jalan Gottlieb, opposite Peng Hwa Chinese Girl School.
Their Asam Laksa will ignite our taste buds with its harmonious flavors, and the Char Kuew Teow, a delightful stir-fried noodle dish, will leave us craving for more with its smoky aroma and satisfyingly chewy texture.
4. 113 Duck Meat Koey Teow Theng
The 113 Duck Meat Koay Teow Th'ng stall is a popular food stall located in Lebuh Melayu, Georgetown, Penang . They specialize in serving delicious duck meat koay teow th'ng, a traditional Chinese dish that consists of silky smooth koay teow (flat noodles) topped with slices of tender duck meat. In addition to duck meat, the stall also offers add-on choices such as pig intestines, green vegetables, eggs, and fish balls.
4. Hara Shokupan
Hara Shokupan is a renowned bakery located in Penang. They are known for their delicious and fluffy Japanese-style milk bread, also known as shokupan. Hara Shokupan takes pride in using high-quality ingredients and traditional baking techniques to create their delectable bread. Whether you're a local or a tourist visiting Penang, a visit to Hara Shokupan is a must for bread lovers looking for a delightful and authentic Japanese bakery experience.
5. Biru-Biru Penang
Known for its vibrant blue exterior, Biru Biru offers a cozy and inviting atmosphere for locals and tourists alike. The cafe is known for its delicious food menu, which includes a variety of Western and Asian dishes with a twist. From hearty burgers and pastas to local favorites like nasi lemak, there's something for everyone at Biru Biru. Additionally, the cafe boasts a wide selection of beverages, including specialty coffees, refreshing fruit juices, and unique mocktails. Whether you're looking for a place to grab a quick bite or relax with friends, Biru Biru Penang is definitely worth a visit.
WHERE TO SHOP
If you're looking for unique and stylish shopping experiences in Penang, Sukkha and Sixth Sense Boutique are two must-visit places. Sukkha is a concept store located in George Town that offers a curated selection of handmade products, including clothing, accessories, and home decor items. The store focuses on promoting local artisans and sustainable fashion.
On the other hand, Sixth Sense Boutique, also situated in George Town, specializes in contemporary fashion and accessories. With its trendy and chic collections, the boutique caters to those who seek quality and fashionable clothing options. Both stores provide a delightful shopping experience for fashion enthusiasts in Penang.