Combine this with the city's collection of historic buildings in various styles, from old English colonial mansions to classical Chinese shop houses and Islamic mosques, and you have a city made for walking and eating. Local Penangites typically find these hawker fares cheaper and easier to eat out at due to the ubiquitous hawker stalls and that they are open for much of the day and night. On February 22, 2013, Penang was ranked by CNN Travel as one of the top ten street food cities in Asia. Penang has also been voted by Lonely Planet as the
top culinary destination in 2014. To top it off, Penang has recently been named 2nd out of 17 best places to visit in 2017 by CNN, thanks to its world famous hawker foods.
Select one of the food routes from the selection below and in between foods tasting session, will visit to 1 or 2 attraction places close by the hawker center.
Route 1 – Mamak Mee Goreng Sotong (Indian Muslim style fried noodle with cuttlefish), Char Koay Teow (fried flat noodle with cockle), White Curry Mee (White Curry noodle with coconut milk), Chendol (a dessert make of glutinous rice in coconut milk), Assam Laksa (spicy and sour fish broth noodle), Nasi Kandar (Indian Muslim curry pole rice), Kueh Chiap (special handmade rice noodle in duck broth), and others.
Route 2 – Nasi Lemak bungkus (banana leaf wrapped coconut milk rice), Koay Teow Th’ng (flat noodle soup), Prawn Fritter, Hokkien mee (prawn noodle), Curry Mee (curry noodle), Chendol (a dessert make of glutinous rice in coconut milk), Assam Laksa (spicy and sour fish broth noodle), and others.
Route 3 – Hokkien Mee (prawn noodle), Curry Mee (curry noodle), Chee Cheong Fun (Sausage shape noodle), Char Koay Teow (fried flat noodle), Cuttlefish with Kangkong (Cuttlefish with water convolvulus), Rojak (mixed fruits salad with special sauce), Popiah (spring rolls), Assam Laksa (spicy and sour fish broth noodle), prawn fritters, Chendol (a dessert make of glutinous rice in coconut milk), and others.
After finish mentioned visit we will drop off you at your hotel/ accommodation with best experience of Penang food.
From your hotel Centrally located George town city area.
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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Penang is arguably one of Asia's best street food destinations. Penang food is the cuisine of the multicultural society of Penang, Malaysia. Most of these cuisine are sold at road-side stalls or pushcarts, known as “street food” or & quot;hawker food”. It offers a mix of traditional Malay, Chinese and Indian dishes, as well as fusion cuisines such as Baba Nyonya, or Peranakan, which incorporates regional ingredients and Chinese, Malay and Thai cooking methods. It is popular among locals and tourists alike. All of Penang street foods can be found in hawker centres and shop houses throughout George Town.