Penang, Georgetown is an object of attraction to many because of its beautiful street arts, heritage buildings and delicious street food. The island manages to embrace modernity while retaining its colonial traditions; due to which Penang’s capital, Georgetown, has been declared as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. It is surprising to know that this small island is also known as the Food Capital of Malaysia.
On our last visit to Malaysia we spent two days to explore this island. It is well connected by ferries and an airport with the rest of the country. We took our flight from lankawi(our last destination) and reached Penang. Considering the island size the traffic was bad, probably because we reached in the evening exactly when the crowd starts moving towards home from work. however we managed to reach hotel by an hour.