Here are some random photos of Penang.
We went to the Penang State Museum on Wednesday afternoon. After seeing something as well-maintained as the Pinang Peranakan Mansion, the museum is a bit of a letdown. The building itself is not in great condition and the exhibits are a bit tired-looking. In one of the rooms, an information board had fallen off and was simply left to lean on the wall.
The entrance fee is only RM1 and there are a few interesting things to see there but I think improvement works are overdue. Anya was quite happy running around pointing at everything and asking “What’s this??” every few seconds though.
We went to Tho Yuen at Campbell St for a dim sum breakfast on Wednesday. We were there quite late in the morning so there wasn’t much dim sum left but whatever we had was yummy. The old-fashioned interior of Tho Yuen really reminded me of the shophouse that I grew up in.
We had dinner at Bali Hai along Gurney Drive. It’s quite a touristy place and it was nice and bustling even at 9pm. The food was good, service fast and it’s not expensive so no complaints!