The first stop when reach Penang by ferry service is the Fort Cornwallis and the Light house as is it near to the ferry port. Driving distance within 5 minutes where you can saw the cannon and light house. Surprisingly from the man who incharge of the light house said it only open to public recently and not much people aware this light house even the localities dunno about it.
It not really high but both of us not keen to go upstair, but if you got chances should walk up and have a beautiful view to the sea. Fort Cornwallis is an old star-shaped fort and was built by Captain Sir Francis Light in 1786.
After that we go to Komtar not for shopping but searching for Cendol as it recommended by Boon Tau. He is one of my relative best man and he really knows every little “lubang” in penang for foods. This cendol stall located nearby the pedestrian bridge and look for a hardware shop on your right hand side if you’re coming from komtar building. The cendol stall is behind the hardware shop and you can use the small road beside the hardware shop to access it.
So tasty till my wife does not leave a single drop but if compared to Melaka cendol, I still prefer Melaka one as the Melaka brown sugar taste is very strong and yummy. The price is reasonable as selling at RM 1.60 per bowl and I only notice after I take a photo of the stall that Pua Chu Kang ate there too. We continue after having our starter 🙂 heading toward the Lorong Selamat via Jalan Burma, in the middle of Lorong Selamat there is a chinese coffee shop and we try the Chow Kuey Teow credit to Boon Tau.
Although this Kuey Teow abit pricey but is comes with 3 big prawn and it taste good.
to be continues…..