War Emperor's Temple or Wu Ti Meow is a clan temple at 36 King Street in George Town, Penang. It belongs to the Toi San Association based next door, at 38 King Street. The temple venerates Kwan Kung, literally Lord Kwan. This is the Wade-Giles spelling which in Pinyin is Guan Gong. Kwan Kung is regarded as the god of war. It is the deity often portrayed with a red face and holding a guandao, a huge crescent blade.
Address: 36 King Street, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Wat Chaiya Mangkalaram or The Reclining Buddha Temple is a Thai Buddhist Temple and most notable for its reclining statue. It is located at Burma Road and it can be seen on the road from Batu Feringghi. It is located right across the Dharmikarama Buddhist Temple.
Address: 24, Lorong Burma, Pulau Tikus, 10250, Penang, MALAYSIA
Situated opposite the ferry terminal, a sure fire way to spot this seafood restaurant is the large tree that guards its entrance. Get ready to savour various Chinese dishes such as bitter gourd soup, steamed chicken with Chinese herbs, steamed clams with egg white and more.
Address: 21 Pengkalan Weld, George Town, 10300, Penang, MALAYSIA
Located within the newly built government complex on Jalan Tun Sardon. One can find a variety of fresh produce from this agricultural district inside the market. Among the more sought after local products in the dry goods section of the market are nutmeg fruit, juice and oil, cloves, fish crackers, shrimp paste, preserved and fresh fruits. Fronting the market are food stalls that sell local breakfast delicacies, fresh fruits and knick knacks. On Sunday mornings, the car park at the back of the main bus station next to the market is transformed into an agricultural market or 'Pasar Tani', where farmers bring down their produce and fishermen briing in their fresh catch.
Address: Pekan Balik Pulau, Balik Pulau, 11000, Penang, MALAYSIA