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Chugging Up To Penang Hill

FOR THE FIRST TIME... we went up to Penang Hill during the day.  The last time I went was at night, could not see anything in the dark, could hear a lot of nature noise only.  This time I managed to see how Penang Hill looks like.  Tickets for the tram ride for seniors at the age of 60 and above is RM6, I am the only one who paid RM12 ... Ahemmm.... Still not senior yet!!  LOL.... 

Did not know what to expect up there, the weather might be cold?  I took a jacket along just in case.  Well, we were wrong, the weather was just as hot!  hahaha... Next time we know!  It was all about walking in Penang Hill... for nature lovers and those who love to walk, this is a good place to explore.   We spent more than 3 hours up on the hill.... it was worth the walk through... 
Welcome to Penang Hill....
We did a lot of walking... I like it tremendously...
Yes, we walked up to the highest restaurant in Penang....
Come, let's go!
Still early, no business yet... anyway, this is the place to dine best in the evening...
From the restaurant, we walked further up to see this.... 
Another restaurant.... 
Took a short rest.... 
And joked about this and that... I wonder who took that picture!
Went to the skywalk... 
And had this with Bugs Bunny.... 
Here and there... we walked.... 
And have fun taking pictures as well!
To be continued tomorrow with food and desserts on the hill.....


Comments

  1. You must all be very physically fit! And after walking so much, I guess you could eat everything you want! Beautiful skywalk and purple flowers.

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  2. The last time I went up there was in...1973! LOL!!!

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  3. I must make this my next destination when I go to Penang!

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  4. We need to go up again, few more interesting places to see.

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  5. What a lovely view up penang hill. All of you must love the place a lot to spend three hours there.

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  6. wah, you are still so young, not yet 60!

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