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A Visit To Chew Jetty, Penang

TO THE CHEW JETTY....

Despite the hot fiery sun looming above us, glistening sweat on our faces and bodies, they did not deter us from our next stop, Chew Jetty.  I have been here several times but with different group of friends and I do not mind going again and again.  More sweat, more calories lost, right?  LOL...
At the entrance, take me... take my picture!
Ended up without the Chew Jetty name above my head... 
This is called Stretching... but some called this Sengat... 
Whatever, let's sweat it out!
Introducing my Photographer.... 
Houses on tilts....... 
At the end of the jetty... lies the boats... 
Good one!
Chew Jetty Big Bowl Noodles... 
No, we did not try.. 
The Giant Bowls on the left scared us off!
Just kidding... LOL.. 
Souvenirs for sale... I found them fascinating... 
But no, I did not buy... I wanna control... 
Alas, I did get something though.. for my phone.. 
And of course, an ice cream each for ourselves... 
That is about all... 
From Chew Jetty!

Comments

  1. Your post reminded me that I have yet to visit Chew Jetty!

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  2. Very very hot. Can see that.

    Love those wooden souvenirs. I wouldn't buy some home.

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  3. It looks like there are so many interesting places to visit in Penang. I can't wait to go there.

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  4. I've never heard of this place but from the look of it, I like it already! So very interesting, such places.

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  5. my last visit to penang was 2012...that was 6 long years ago!!! I must go there again...

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  6. I sure will buy some of the souvenirs back looking at them, they look irresistible and so nice!

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  7. I like the little wooden vehicles! I could never live in one of these stilt houses, looks so dangerous!

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