Chng Eng Joo was where revolutionary leader, Dr. Sun Yet Sen, moved his based to Penang, one year before China’s Republican Revolution of 1911.
Here, he organised the Penang Conference and planned the Second Guangzhou Uprising, hence, history was made.
Also the base of Nanyang Tongmenghui, this was the birth place of the Chinese newspaper, Kwong Wah Yit Poh.
This historic house, located along Armenian Street, is now a gallery documenting the works of the late Dr. Sun.
Chng Eng Joo (Sun Yat Sen Museum Penang)
Add: 120, Armenian Street, 10200 George Town, Penang.
Tel: +604-2620123 / +6016-4428785
Opening hours: 9am – 5pm daily
Admission fee: RM5, with a complimentary drink
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