Leong How Keng's tiny bakery shop is famous for its coconut tarts. Only 300 tarts are made each day, so customers make a bee-line to the bakery bright and early each morning!
Leong learnt his recipes from his father who established the bakery and he has spent over three decades perfecting his craft. His wife runs the shop counter leaving him to concentrate whiole-heartedly on baking coconut tarts and other traditional Chinese pastries.
Address: C8 People's Court Lebuh Cintra, George Town, 10100, Penang, MALAYSIA
Leong Fee Mansion is a two-storey bungalow which is located at the junction of Leith Street and Northam Road, opposite the Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion. It was built in the 1900s as a personal residence and today is an art school, Akademi Seni Equator.
Address: 7, Leith Street, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Boon San Tong is the ancestral temple of the Khoo subclan known as the Hai Kee Kak, or 'Sea Edge Pillar'. They are the descendents of Khoo Kong Oon, a fifth generation Leong San Tong Khoo. The most illustrious member of this subclan is Khoo Thean Teik, who was instrumental in making Boon San Tong, the most powerful component of the association.
Address: 18 Cannon Square, George Town, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Operating since 2006, Lily's Vegetarian Kitchen is a family establishment through and through that serves as a family tribute to Madam Lau Geok Ngoh. Today, her daughter Lily runs as the head chef of the kitchen. Lily's soy-based and vegetarian menu is a hit among vegetarian and most of the ingredients are sourced from the organic farms in Cameron Highland. If you're craving for Malaysian delights, sample their vegetarian satay, curry mee, green curry rice and more. Lily's also serves lacto-vegetarian menu.
Address: 98 Noble House, Madras Lane, George Town, 10400, Penang, MALAYSIA
Lim Lean Teng Mansions is not a residential mansion but a three-storey office block along Farquhar Street in George Town. The ground floor is occupied by car showrooms. Lim Lean Teng Mansions was built by Ho Kim Teik, who established Georgetown Motors in 1913 to sell different makes of cars including Page, Empire, Austin, Stoneleigh and Mitchel.
Address: Farquhar Street, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA