AFTER A GOOD REST FOR THE "DRIVER", WE VENTURED OUT FROM THE HOTEL... to shed off some calories for dinner.... From the hotel, we went to Gurney Plaza and Paragon. A couple of hours were spent walking at the malls and soon it was dusk when our tummies were "growling" for food. We did not want to eat in the mall, that is not so Penang-ish... so we seek out food along Kimberley Street. Unfortunately it was raining dogs and cats when we reached the place, eating out on the streets was impossible. Eventually we ended taking our dinner at a food court around the area. Choices of food were not up to our expectation then.... no choice... the rain dampened our appetite then...
Taken from Royal Hotel lobby before we left...
Dusk at Paragon...
Inside Paragon Mall....
The two giants overlooking the mall...
Our food on the first day....
Our Poses for the first day!
Mmmm...I like all the food you all had. Christmas mood in the air and so fast 2016 is almost over.ReplyDelete
Yeah, soon.. another year wiser..Delete
The hotel lobby is beautiful. And I love he lights around the tree trunks. So many pretty Christmas trees!ReplyDelete
Yes, the festive mood is on now..Delete
I see nice food and good company...nice Christmas tree.ReplyDelete
Yes, most are up in the malls..Delete
The prawns is huge...ReplyDelete
Yeah, RM12 per plate..Delete
The food looks ok wor. Is that fried rice with bitter gourds and prawns? Have a good weekend!ReplyDelete
Yes, bitter gourd with rice... you too, Mun!Delete
So what did you buy for me for my birthday (today) and for Christmas? Dijamin sampai hari esok. Wink! Wink! LOL!!!ReplyDelete
haahaha... Penang only biscuits we bought.. hahaaDelete
the ckt with very big prawns!!! my fav!ReplyDelete
RM12 per plate!!Delete
The food looked good. Nice photoshots.ReplyDelete
Thank you Rose..Delete
Plenty of good food in Penang. Especially love their koay teow th'ng, Assam laksa n oyster omelette.ReplyDelete
Yah, must try all those before coming back to Ipoh..Delete
The architecture of the Paragon Mall don't look like shopping mall, looks more like a Government Building or MuseumReplyDelete
It was a seminary those days..Delete