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Jump Café Penang

Feb 12, 2015 Author: Emily | Filed under: Goodie Foodie, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel
Jump Street Penang

Jump Café is part of the Jump Street trampoline park facility, which serves healthy Western-style cuisine. According to café manager Kevin Lieu, although Jump Café Penang and its sister café in Jump Street Kuala Lumpur (in Petaling Jaya) share the same concept, their menus are not 100% duplicated. This means that some of the items that are ... continue reading »

Jump Street Penang

Feb 11, 2015 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel
Jump Street Penang

Following the success of Jump Street trampoline park in Petaling Jaya, a second park in the country was opened in Penang on Jan 10, 2015. Covering a floor space of 27,000 sq. ft. in the atrium within the D'Piazza complex in Bayan Baru, this first ever trampoline park in Penang features eight attractions: Big Bag, The ... continue reading »

Pen Mutiara Penang

Serving authentic traditional Malay cuisine, Pen Mutiara Restaurant is located at the Batu Maung LKIM Jetty, near the new second link to Penang Island. It is owned by the Penang Fishermen’s Association and the Fisheries Development Authority of Malaysia (LKIM). Opened for business since Jan 1, 2006, the signature dish of Pen Mutiara is its curry fish ... continue reading »

Eastin Hotel Penang

Aug 28, 2014 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel
Eastin Hotel

Just about ten minutes' walk from the popular Queensbay Mall, along the waterfront of Queensbay, Eastin Hotel is a full-service business class hotel with a total of 328 tastefully-appointed guest rooms. Room categories are Deluxe, Club Deluxe, Eastin Deluxe and Family Suite, with views of the landscaped gardens, the green hills in the horizon, the blue ... continue reading »

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