Friday, 19 November 2010

Out And About In Penang - Admiring The Architecture

I enjoyed my family's trip to Penang a lot. Although we were there for just one night, I had fun strolling around and admiring the Colonial-style architecture that can be found in Georgetown. 

17 comments:

  1. wow i havent been to penang for a very very long time.. mesti dah banyak changes there.. if only i can have one month off and just go anywhere i want to within malaysia..

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  2. i love Penang but it's fast becoming a concrete jungle with too many high rise buildings. :(

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  3. That's one thing I love about Penang, the Colonial style buildings and road names :D Happy weekend Lina.

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  4. @Bella,
    I think I need the same amount of time and go around Cuti-Cuti Malaysia too! :)

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  5. @LR,
    I agree. I love the Heritage shophouses, the Colonial buildings, all the old buildings as they have history and character.

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  6. @Nick,
    Penang is steeped with historical buildings and street names. I sure hope all is properly preserved for our future generations to see and learn from it.

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  7. Oh, I just loving seeing all types of architecture, new and old. I also find that I am beginning to really love photographing it. Thee are wonderful shots that you have captured.

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  8. Penang is a lovely place. Besides the unique architect, its food is also fabulous.

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  9. @Poetic Shutterbug,
    I really need tips and lots of practice to snap buildings photo and loving every moment practising. :)

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  10. @ECL,
    Absolutely! I need more time exploring the Island soemday. :)

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  11. I love Penang, been there once, but loved the food.

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  12. Wow! You covered a lot of places. Are they all within walking distance? Nice buildings and good shots, Lina. Glad Penang is a Heritage site so that the charm of colonial architecture can be preserved for posterity.

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  13. @Shingo T,
    You tried a lot of Penang food while you were there? Lucky you! :)
    I need to revisit the Island again and eat all those great food people are raving about someday!

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  14. @HappySurfer,
    The places that I went to, I walked to get there. Yes, I am glad Penang is a heritage site. The charm of the Island should definitely be retained not just for the tourists but for our future generation too! :)

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  15. that old town sure has interesting architecture...better bring us there Lina when we're there!

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  16. @Ayie,
    Yup. I was actually thinking of that. If you ever come to this part of the world, I wanna take you to Penang so that we can explore the island together. :)

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  17. i really want to go there already but too bad we can't squeeze in much vacation leave for hubs.

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