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Was du in Bayan Lepas unternehmen kannst

Entdecke die Stadt aus der Perspektive von Einheimischen. Entdecke die schönsten Dinge, die man unternehmen kann, sowie die besten Restaurants, und erhalte unbezahlbare Ratschläge von den Menschen, die hier leben.

“Modern, 5-story complex featuring fashion & electronics stores, many restaurants & a cinema.”
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Buddhist Temple
“Build in 1850, is perhaps the only temple of its kind in the world. The temple is filled with the smoke of burning incense and a variety of pit vipers. The vipers are believed to be rendered harmless by the sacred smoke, but as a safety precaution, the snakes have also been de-venomed but still have their fangs intact. Only can visit on day time. Yes, you shall make a visit to Temple!”
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“Here you can find a blend of Asian and Western food and drinks where your tastebuds would get excited in every second and you just won't get stopped since you can have fun with your buddies around till late night.”
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Bus Station
“is the express bus terminal in the island! If you planning to go to another states like Kedah, Perak, Kuala Lumpur, then you shall come over there to get the express bus to your destination. It operates from 6am to 12 am. ”
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“60 store variety in local Penang foods and drinks, 6pm-11pm. Best Lam Mee, Loh Mee, Char Hor Fun, Chinese Pan Cake, Fruit Ice Jelly Dessert (Choice of mixed fruit, pineapple, mango). ”
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“Groceries, clothings, and everything you need under one roof. There are mcD, Pizza Hut and a food court too. Parking fee is around RM2 per entry.”
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“The Penang Snake Temple is about three km from the airport in Sungai Kluang, Bayan Lepas. Built in honour of Chor Soo Kong, a Buddhist priest and healer, legend has it that the monk gave shelter to the snakes and when the temple was completed after his death, they moved in on their own. After that, the snakes were believed to the disciples of the priest, so it became the home to several resident venomous Wagler’s pit vipers and green tree snakes. The temple is also known as the Temple of the Azure Cloud or Pure Cloud Temple and was constructed in 1850 as a result of a generous donation from a Scotsman, David Brown, whom Chor Soo Kong is said to have healed of an incurable disease using local medicine. ”
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“Huge Shopping mall with various brands and luxuries Food chains Cinemas Karaoke”
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“hosting large banqueting; buffet style catering, exhibitions, sporting and entertainment events. With 10,000 terrace seats surrounded are idealize for large crowds for concerts, recognition nights as ”
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“Go and get your stuff here. All you need is here..Just 5 minit drives from homestay”
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“A famous food centre with about 30-40 food stalls. Basically you can have Penang famous street foods here. More stalls open in the evening. Less than 10 minutes drive'”
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“Built in 1930 by the British as a fortress against Japanese attacks, it was overtaken by Jap forces during WWII when they surprised the Brits with inland invasion rather than the sea. While historical hand-me-down accounts vary, it is believed that the Japanese garrison is a butcher house for civilians & prisoners-of-war. The location of Penang War Museum is enough to set goose pimples running amok. It sits on Bukit Hantu, which means ‘Ghost Hill’ because local folklore is apparently rife with ghostly sightings & encounters in the vicinity. It could also be the result of active imagination due to the fort’s dark past as a purported Jap torture camp during WWII that the hill got its name!”
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History Museum
“Penang War Museum is located at Batu Maung Hill, south east of Penang Island. It was built in the 1930's by the British to protect the island from the invasion of enemies. This 20 acres site is located on a hill and you will be able to see the Straits of Melaka as well as the surrounding areas from here. The construction of this fortress was done by The British Royal Engineers and local labourers. This complicated fort has all the features of a typical defence facilities with underground military tunnels and ammunition bunkers. The ammunition storage is located 9 metres underground with thick stonewall to enable it to withstand enemy's fire.”
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“Nasi 7 Benua, which means ‘rice of seven continents’, comprises seven types of local traditional rice, namely the classic nasi putih, off-white nasi lemak, orange nasi tomato, greyish nasi lemuni, yellow nasi minyak, lime green nasi kacang, and multi-coloured nasi hujan panas. Each portion of rice is about the size of a ping pong ball, arranged neatly like flower petals. The accompanying side dishes are common Malay cuisines & fiery curries to go with the rice!”
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“As you go along the trail, you will enjoy the serenity and get a good refresh while getting away from the hustle and bustle of city life. You will get a chance to see a picturesque seaview from the hilltop where the first and second Penang bridges can be easily sighted. A recommended place for nature lover!”
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