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Visit To M Mall 020 And Cendol At Penang Road

TIME TO SHED OFF CALORIES after the heavy brunch and we went walking at Penang Times Square.  Yes, walking only, no shopping, no bargaining or haggling, we were branded the Good Girls during that couple of hours.  In fact we were like "young girls" again... ahem.... we took advantage of the quietness in the mall to take lots of pictures here and there.
At the entrance and the multifloors at M Mall...
It is my second visit to this M Mall 020 so more or less, 
I can guide them around and be their photographer... 
One must not leave Penang without taking Cendol at Penang Road.... 
No long queues and hot sun...
and be like a tourist drinking by the stall....
Cendol... the thick santanic creamy dessert!


  1. Nice to have a bowl of cendol especially on a hot weather...

  2. I love these scenic walls for taking pictures! Looks like you are dancing with a dragon! LOVE the umbrellas on the ceiling!!

  3. Oops I misread the santanic as satanic LOL! Now craving for cendol :D

    1. hahahaa.. One letter makes a lot of difference...

  4. No long queues anymore? I would prefer some place where I can sit down and enjoy eating.

  5. Pretty girls enjoying themselves! Delicious cendol. One day must go Penang. Can you be my tourist guide?

  6. Been here once, nothing much to shop, not for me, but lots of corners can take photos~~

  7. Penang Road Cendol is a must eat! So tasty! Your sisters look so happy eating the cendol. Very nice photos of all of you posing in the M mall.

  8. You have visited Penang more often than me over the last 10 years. I need to hire you to be my tour guide to see many new areas! Be my photographer too! LOL

    1. Maybe Penang is not far from Ipoh.. the food always lure me there.. hahaa

  9. Young and pretty girls who enjoying their holiday.

    Yummy and cooling cendol. Now I feel like having a bowl. Lol.


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