Experience Penang like a local and taste the local delights that you might’ve never tried on your own!
Explore and tantalize your taste buds with the explosive flavours of Penang’s local cuisines. Enjoy some of the islands more traditional delicacies and desserts such as kuihs and Appoms as you learn about Penang’s history from a local, well-experienced guide. Dress for the warm, humid weather of Penang as it is an island and you will feel the heat. Don’t forget your water bottle to stay hydrated throughout the tour. You’ll meet with your guide outside Prangin Mall and from there, your foodie adventure will begin!
Overload your senses with the delicious flavours of Penang’s most popular local cuisines. Visit sites that are only known to local Penangites such as traditional hawker stalls and kopitiams (or coffee shops in English) for some of Penang’s most famous dishes such as Char Kuey Teow or Prawn Mee. You’ll also get to visit some of the more famously known restaurants and food stalls to get a taste of both worlds. If Penang’s food culture has made an impact on you, buy and bring home a little slice of Penang’s most scrumptious pastries or snacks that you’re sure to never get anywhere else as good as in Penang!
Discover more about Penang’s history and culture with the help of your local guide. Much like the rest of Malaysia, Penang has a diverse society with Chinese, Indians and Malays living all together in harmony. These different races brought the rise to a merging of the different influences from the races in the food, making Penang a favourite foodie holiday destination for foreigners and Malaysians alike. Observe the bustling yet relaxed atmosphere of Penang as you tour around the small island, eating Penang’s food and learning more about their way life. So get ready to eat till your stomach explodes!