Pulau Pinang, for non-Malaysians, is translated as the Penang Island.
Shumu, for my non-close friends, is actually the name of my car.
Below are the sights I captured while roaming around in Penang in my beloved, chubby car.
|Old buildings, once shop houses. I always love this kind of architecture, Colonial with an Oriental touch.|
|A Chinese family or colleagues, preparing offerings for the newly deceased. They do this everyday. Sometimes I see they make paper cars and paper houses for the goners to have in their after life.|
|An old house in Pulau Tikus.|
|A church which I cannot get its name.|
|The infamous luxury all suite heritage 5 Star Eastern & Oriental Hotel. Established in 1885.|
|We just drove past the front boulevard, the rear view from the ocean is supposed to be magnificent.|
|A colourful Hindu temple near our hotel.|
|A uniquely decorated Indian restaurant near Nasi Kandaq Line Clear, Maharaj.|
|An old house for sale.|
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