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Some Last Minute Shots Of Penang

Thank you for teaching me a new word... Mural Paintings.. now only I know they are called as such... hahahaa...Well, I hope the mural paintings will continue to be an attraction for tourists and will not be vandalized in any way...

Before we left for Penang, I took a few shots of the town....
 

Time to bade goodbye to Penang....
Dropped Andy back to the hotel where his car was parked...
And started "two hours journey" back to Ipoh....
Though Penang is only two hours away from Ipoh, this is only the second time of the year that we went there.  Hope to make another one more trip before the year ends..... Love driving to Penang cos I know that I will never get lost in Penang Island!  LOL....
 


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  1. so good, just two hours drive.. can take us 5 hours to reach there, and when think about the journey, already gave up before stepping foot there, haha!! :D

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  2. Huh Penang town like that only merely two streets kah, better not to go so boring one hahaha

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  3. Do drop by Penang more often and we can meet up too! I will bring you to some awesome eateries, hiak hiak hiak

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  4. I want to go to Penang !! :(

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  5. Ya, 2 hours drive still boleh go more often.

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  6. This little yellow tree and Charlie Brown are on the front of a restaurant? So colorful and cute, I would go in to eat!

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  7. Soooo near and the highways there sooooo good! Not like between here and Selangau...but I would drive over to take Melissa home for the weekend and send her there again after that. 3 hours, at least - return. Sigh!!!!

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  8. If i were to take coach, should be around 10 hours...

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  9. when will it be the third time kakakaka

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  10. Sk: yeah its like going to malacca from ipoh... :)


    Bananaz: hey.. R u sure. Two streets.. So kwa cheong.. Haha

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  11. Ken: u r working in Penang now?


    Chris: 8 hours or 10 hprs journey? Hahha

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  12. Mun: yeah but mustfind a free weekend...


    Stp: actually i havent been inside :)

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  13. Stp: i can imagine your stress.. .esp on the old roads..


    Sharon: yes right!


    Kathy: er,.. July or august after raya?

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  14. Eh! How come a Formula 1 driver like you take 2 hours?? I usually took about 1.5 hours only.

    Hope you enjoyed visiting my hometown!

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  15. 2 hours drive is not too bad consider the highways are good. Once in a while it is nice to drop by for food hunting.

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  16. TM: i very sau kwai kui one... Hehe

    Irene: yes and go sight seeing too...

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  17. must make a trip to Penang next year..hope the painting will not fade away too soon, :D

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  18. well i'm sure that you enjoyed your visit there! cute glass design by the way

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  19. agnes: maybe they will have more by then.. :)


    mecoy" yes.. i love visiting Penang..

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  20. I think the travel gang of us may plan another trip to Penang after we have so much of good food and company in Penang last May.

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