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Night Scenes Of Esplande, Penang

We drove around Penang town after our dinner in Relau.   With a camera in my hand, I stopped at several places to take some night scenes around the town area... what captivated me are the historical and colonial buildings, love their structures and most of them are government departments near the jetty area.

The White Aways around the corner...
Forgot what department this is... it is along Lebuh Pantai road In Georgetown...
Queen Victoria Clock Tower Esplanade...
The Municipal Council Of Penang... proudly stands at the Esplanade...
The Front View...
"Cinderella Carriage" at the front entrance...
Wonder who is the Cinderella of the night.....
Must take a picture before it rides away!
Beautiful lightings along the way....
Reggae Penang... thought of having a drink...
But ended up in Jelutong Night Market instead....
My favourite drink ...
Cannot leave Penang without this "Mutt Toe Yau" aka All Kinds of Everything!

Comments

  1. oh, i love those historical and colonial buildings, they look so majestic don't you think?? hahaha.. Ipoh Food Mayor, can never do away with food, drove around and in the end also ended up with food~~ :p

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    1. Food is the solution to a hungry blogger.. hahaha

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  2. Nice pictures you have captured. Those historical & colonials buildings really looks beautiful. Oh boy, I count myself lucky to meet Cinderalla before she rides the carriage away.

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    1. And she must put back the carriage before 12midnight too! hahaha...

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  3. Beautiful. That coach seems a little over though. I'd like that dessert. All kinds of everything...reminds me of you! :D

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    1. Summer time...winter time... spring and autumn too... seasons would never change...

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  4. Penang's night view are nice, no wonder many people like to shoot their pre wedding photos there, hehe~

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    1. That goes for Taiping too!! They like to shoot their wedding pics there... white against the greenery.. very nice..

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  5. Wow, this is all beautiful, and good sharp night pictures! What is that thing in the third picture that looks like a little ferris wheel? the lights and the coach are beautiful!

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    1. I must find that out, Ginny... I am also curious to know! hahaha....

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  6. Makes me thinks of some blogger friends in Penang....

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    1. http://mylovelybluesky.com/

      http://sygim.blogspot.sg/

      http://seowsean.blogspot.sg/

      http://guaoprince.blogspot.sg/

      http://ceresgrace.blogspot.sg/

      These few above are from Penang, there's one more Akira also from Penang, but now he hardly write blog liao...

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  7. Wahhhh....love to see the carriage. Reminds me of 12 o'clock that Cinderella need that to get back home.

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  8. See our country has beautiful buildings as well right? ;D

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  9. Wow.,..the carriage is beautiful alright. :D Someone's wedding huh.

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  10. Ooh! That is a very magical Cinderella's carriage. Doesnt it make you like you are in the other side of the world? Heheh!

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    1. If I had wore a frock with can-can, then it might be more matching.. hahaha...

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  11. the carriage is so lovely..just like in a fairy tale.

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    1. Cinderella... it reminds me... cos night time..

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  12. You really made me miss my hometown with your very lovely photos. I had never seen this Cinderella Carriage before. Where is Prince Charming?? Sibu Food Mayor?

    I was quite shocked that you knew how to find this stall at Jelutong Night Market which sells the best "Gandum" I ever eaten. Even many Penang folks are not aware of this stall. You are really a good food hunter!

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    1. Thank you... and sorry, Prince Charming is not Sibu Food Mayor.. hahahaa...

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  13. what camera you use ah...night scene so nicely capture leh :)

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    1. Oh... I thought not clear enough... Sony camera.. but cheap one! hahaha..

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