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You have not visited Penang if you have not come to Penang Hill!

It was one of the normal nights that I decided to take a train ride up to Penang Hill. The last time i took a train ride was last year, when a relative came visiting.

Going to Penang Hill in the evening is much cooler, and the view of Georgetown was just amazing!!
Reminds me of the cool breezy nights in cameron highlands as most of time when I'm up at Penang hill, i was hot and sweaty from the 5km hike from the Botanical Gardens jeep route.

As the evening gets darker, the food court operators start to close the business, leaving only David Brown's Restaurant serving food and drinks. At the terrace, one can enjoy the view while sipping a cup of tea, or even a glass of wine, cocktail or even beer!

Though it was not my first time dining at David Brown's, but it was definitely my first time having dinner there. I would really recommend visitors to come by during the evening.


Isn't Penang pretty?




Having dinner in the open air is really cool!


Sky terrace. Music, good view, drinks. what else do we need?


I found lavenders !


The love locks now is filled with locks! So much different since a year ago when it started.


Skywalk only completed this year. Worth dropping by :)

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