Penang Malaysia has personality. And no area moreso than the UNESCO world heritage listed area Chew Jetty in George Town. I was so taken by it that I think I delayed my travelling companions by wanting to hang out at the jetty for a little (or a lot) more than our allocated time.
Chew Jetty (or Seh Chew Keo) is the biggest of the eight clan jetties in George Town and was built close to a century ago.
The day was one of discovery and adventure with many other opportunities of serenditipity. Yet it was Chew Jetty that connected with my heart. If I have the opportunity to return to Penang I think I’d like to try the Chew Jetty homestay (contact Michael + 60 19 55 44 909 email@example.com) and next time I’d definitely chow down on the (recommended) Hokkein noodles at the street stall near the entrance.
In any regard it’s a memory that will last a lifetime and on my recommended must visit list.
Chew Jetty, Weld Quay 10300 George Town, Penang, Malaysia
Rebecca Varidel was a guest in Malaysia of Tourism Malaysia and Malaysia Airlines.