The clock tower is a landmark in the old city. It is a building that has been preserved since the British colonial era. The clock tower is not too special, but there are many delicious foods around it, and it is especially lively at night
You can walk around, European style architecture, clean streets, right by the sea. There are not many tourists, so you can enjoy and take pictures. I heard that you can see Malacca when you climb the tower. I didn’t try it today.
With a strong colonial culture, this clock tower is one of the famous attractions in Penang, Malaysia. It is also a well-preserved historical building in the local area. It is well-known because of Lee Ang's movie "Lust Caution".
There is a French Nyonya tea dish at Old Gurney Drive, Kota-when Francis meets rempah, creative cuisine, integrating traditional cuisine into Western dishes, it is worth a try for the enjoyment of vision and taste.
It is a memorial building built by the British Straits Settlements for Queen Victoria’s birthday. It is built in a fusion of British Malay and Indian styles. It stands on the small square in the center of the road outside the terminal control building. From here, it is only a stone's throw from the Penang Museum Blue House and Love Lane.
The hotel in Penang is near the sea, and on this day, the main road at the door is followed by some beautiful buildings, including churches and town buildings. Go to the end, then along the flood wall to the bridge, and you can see the Convalier Castle and the bell tower. These small attractions are also unattainable, pass by the sign-in photo, count as a tour. Located at the junction of Lebuh Light and Lebuh Pantai, the white exterior is beautiful and built in 1897 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Queen Victoria's inauguration, the building is donated by a wealthy man and has a sense of the times. Around here, continue along the Pengkalan Weld by the sea, pass the Tanjong City Marina, and then the Clan Jetties.