Not as promised, I can’t add in the dinner and birthday post because it’s too long *LOL* So you will be expecting a part 5 coming tomorrow.
Was hungry after visiting the dam and Penang Forestry Museum. Went to an islamic coffee shop at Batu Feringghi for tea break. We had roti canai and teh tarik. I thought I had captured the name of the coffee shop but NO!! All I can tell you is that it’s opposite Kahleel(I hope I got the spelling right ;p), a food court runs by the Indians and they have so many branches around Penang. You will sure not miss it. It’s near End of the World seafood restaurant(will blog about it in other post).
The curry was not bad but the roti canai wasn’t in very good presentation ;p Price wise I think it should be much cheaper than Kuching. No idea, I didn’t pay hahaha…
After we’re done eating, we went to Tropical Spice Garden. I’m not sure whether you need to pay to go in or not because I saw the signboard but we didn’t see anyone paying. Hmm… No idea, or our friend had paid for us? The entrance is definitely not cheap. It’s RM13 per adult. We didn’t go to the garden and trailer ride, I guess this means we don’t have to pay unless we are going into those two places.
View of the Spice Museum, so small -.-” Smaller than my house.
Left: Cinammon on sale at the Gift Shop. Thought of buying something from there but at the end, went back empty handed because no idea what to buy hehehe… There’s many type of potpourri and even spice soaps that are nicely wrapped.
Right: Some equipments hanging on top of the museum’s ceiling.
Hmm… So, do you think RM13 to see this kind of thing is worth it? I don’t think they did pay for the entrance fee. If they did, we should be visiting more places there but we were only at the cafe area, the shop and the little musuem.
The view from across the road. Nice view but at the same time really scary. Honestly being greeted with this view everyday was making me a bit sad thinking of the tragedy that happened last time since part of Penang was hit by it before too.
Anyway, I do enjoy my stay in Penang especially the food. Part 5 will come tomorrow.
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