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  • The Clan Jetties are one of the last bastions of old Chinese settlements with enclaves of wooden stilt houses perched over the sea. With the construction of the quay in 1882, the waterfront was developed and settlements grew around these foundations. Gradually each jetty is identified with certain clans. The Chew Jetty is the largest and most well-known, with the most number of stilt houses and longest walkway as well as a temple.
    CLAN JETTIES
  • The Clan Jetties are one of the last bastions of old Chinese settlements with enclaves of wooden stilt houses perched over the sea. With the construction of the quay in 1882, the waterfront was developed and settlements grew around these foundations. Gradually each jetty is identified with certain clans. The Chew Jetty is the largest and most well-known, with the most number of stilt houses and longest walkway as well as a temple.
    CLAN JETTIES
  • The Clan Jetties are one of the last bastions of old Chinese settlements with enclaves of wooden stilt houses perched over the sea. With the construction of the quay in 1882, the waterfront was developed and settlements grew around these foundations. Gradually each jetty is identified with certain clans. The Chew Jetty is the largest and most well-known, with the most number of stilt houses and longest walkway as well as a temple.
    CLAN JETTIES
  • The Clan Jetties are one of the last bastions of old Chinese settlements with enclaves of wooden stilt houses perched over the sea. With the construction of the quay in 1882, the waterfront was developed and settlements grew around these foundations. Gradually each jetty is identified with certain clans. The Chew Jetty is the largest and most well-known, with the most number of stilt houses and longest walkway as well as a temple.
    CLAN JETTIES
  • The Clan Jetties are one of the last bastions of old Chinese settlements with enclaves of wooden stilt houses perched over the sea. With the construction of the quay in 1882, the waterfront was developed and settlements grew around these foundations. Gradually each jetty is identified with certain clans. The Chew Jetty is the largest and most well-known, with the most number of stilt houses and longest walkway as well as a temple.
    CLAN JETTIES
  • Penang is a bustling metropolis reflecting a unique blend of East and West, old and new. The capital, George Town, is steeped in history and has preserved a wealth of heritage buildings, leading to it being accorded a listing as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site. A compact city which can be easily covered on foot, George Town presents a picturesque facade with quaint side streets, colonial buildings and Chinese shophouses. The island boasts some of the best food in the region, with a wonderful array of street food found on practically every street corner. Home of the longest bridge in Malaysia and South East asia, Penang with its fascinating history and rich cultural heritage has it all for an exotic vacation in Asia.
    PENANG CITYSCAPE
  • Kapitan Keling Mosque is a Penang landmark. Built in 1801 by Penang's first Indian Muslim settlers (East India Company troops), the Indo-Moorish structure is set at the junction of Lebuh Buckingham and Lebuh Pitt. It is the largest mosque in Georhetown and looks sublime at sunset. It was named after the 'kapitan' of the Keling (a leader of the South Indian community similar to the leader of the chinese community), Cauder Mydin Merican. The whitewashed mosque is topped with large golden-yellow Mughal-style domes, crescents and stars and features a single, typical Indian-Islamic minaret from which the sound of the azan (call the prayer) can be heard.
    KAPITAN KELING MOSQUE
  • Kapitan Keling Mosque is a Penang landmark. Built in 1801 by Penang's first Indian Muslim settlers (East India Company troops), the Indo-Moorish structure is set at the junction of Lebuh Buckingham and Lebuh Pitt. It is the largest mosque in Georhetown and looks sublime at sunset. It was named after the 'kapitan' of the Keling (a leader of the South Indian community similar to the leader of the chinese community), Cauder Mydin Merican. The whitewashed mosque is topped with large golden-yellow Mughal-style domes, crescents and stars and features a single, typical Indian-Islamic minaret from which the sound of the azan (call the prayer) can be heard.
    KAPITAN KELING MOSQUE
  • Kapitan Keling Mosque is a Penang landmark. Built in 1801 by Penang's first Indian Muslim settlers (East India Company troops), the Indo-Moorish structure is set at the junction of Lebuh Buckingham and Lebuh Pitt. It is the largest mosque in Georhetown and looks sublime at sunset. It was named after the 'kapitan' of the Keling (a leader of the South Indian community similar to the leader of the chinese community), Cauder Mydin Merican. The whitewashed mosque is topped with large golden-yellow Mughal-style domes, crescents and stars and features a single, typical Indian-Islamic minaret from which the sound of the azan (call the prayer) can be heard.
    KAPITAN KELING MOSQUE
  • Kapitan Keling Mosque is a Penang landmark. Built in 1801 by Penang's first Indian Muslim settlers (East India Company troops), the Indo-Moorish structure is set at the junction of Lebuh Buckingham and Lebuh Pitt. It is the largest mosque in Georhetown and looks sublime at sunset. It was named after the 'kapitan' of the Keling (a leader of the South Indian community similar to the leader of the chinese community), Cauder Mydin Merican. The whitewashed mosque is topped with large golden-yellow Mughal-style domes, crescents and stars and features a single, typical Indian-Islamic minaret from which the sound of the azan (call the prayer) can be heard.
    KAPITAN KELING MOSQUE
  • Kapitan Keling Mosque is a Penang landmark. Built in 1801 by Penang's first Indian Muslim settlers (East India Company troops), the Indo-Moorish structure is set at the junction of Lebuh Buckingham and Lebuh Pitt. It is the largest mosque in Georhetown and looks sublime at sunset. It was named after the 'kapitan' of the Keling (a leader of the South Indian community similar to the leader of the chinese community), Cauder Mydin Merican. The whitewashed mosque is topped with large golden-yellow Mughal-style domes, crescents and stars and features a single, typical Indian-Islamic minaret from which the sound of the azan (call the prayer) can be heard.
    KAPITAN KELING MOSQUE
  • Kapitan Keling Mosque is a Penang landmark. Built in 1801 by Penang's first Indian Muslim settlers (East India Company troops), the Indo-Moorish structure is set at the junction of Lebuh Buckingham and Lebuh Pitt. It is the largest mosque in Georhetown and looks sublime at sunset. It was named after the 'kapitan' of the Keling (a leader of the South Indian community similar to the leader of the chinese community), Cauder Mydin Merican. The whitewashed mosque is topped with large golden-yellow Mughal-style domes, crescents and stars and features a single, typical Indian-Islamic minaret from which the sound of the azan (call the prayer) can be heard.
    KAPITAN KELING MOSQUE
  • Penang is a bustling metropolis reflecting a unique blend of East and West, old and new. The capital, George Town, is steeped in history and has preserved a wealth of heritage buildings, leading to it being accorded a listing as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site. A compact city which can be easily covered on foot, George Town presents a picturesque facade with quaint side streets, colonial buildings and Chinese shophouses. The island boasts some of the best food in the region, with a wonderful array of street food found on practically every street corner. Home of the longest bridge in Malaysia and South East asia, Penang with its fascinating history and rich cultural heritage has it all for an exotic vacation in Asia.
    PENANG CITYSCAPE
  • Located south of Fort Cornwallis, the Queen Victoria Memorial Clock Tower was commisssioned in 1897 to commemorate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. This gleaming whitewashed tower is topped by a moorish dome, with four distinct sections featuring a working clock on each side. Although hardly noticeable, the clock tower leans slightly to one side due to the impact of bombs dropped around it during World War11
    QUEEN VICTORIA MEMORIAL CLOCK TOWER
  • Located south of Fort Cornwallis, the Queen Victoria Memorial Clock Tower was commisssioned in 1897 to commemorate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. This gleaming whitewashed tower is topped by a moorish dome, with four distinct sections featuring a working clock on each side. Although hardly noticeable, the clock tower leans slightly to one side due to the impact of bombs dropped around it during World War11
    QUEEN VICTORIA MEMORIAL CLOCK TOWER
  • Located south of Fort Cornwallis, the Queen Victoria Memorial Clock Tower was commisssioned in 1897 to commemorate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. This gleaming whitewashed tower is topped by a moorish dome, with four distinct sections featuring a working clock on each side. Although hardly noticeable, the clock tower leans slightly to one side due to the impact of bombs dropped around it during World War11
    QUEEN VICTORIA MEMORIAL CLOCK TOWER
  • Located south of Fort Cornwallis, the Queen Victoria Memorial Clock Tower was commisssioned in 1897 to commemorate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. This gleaming whitewashed tower is topped by a moorish dome, with four distinct sections featuring a working clock on each side. Although hardly noticeable, the clock tower leans slightly to one side due to the impact of bombs dropped around it during World War11
    QUEEN VICTORIA MEMORIAL CLOCK TOWER
  • Located south of Fort Cornwallis, the Queen Victoria Memorial Clock Tower was commisssioned in 1897 to commemorate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. This gleaming whitewashed tower is topped by a moorish dome, with four distinct sections featuring a working clock on each side. Although hardly noticeable, the clock tower leans slightly to one side due to the impact of bombs dropped around it during World War11
    QUEEN VICTORIA MEMORIAL CLOCK TOWER
  • Located south of Fort Cornwallis, the Queen Victoria Memorial Clock Tower was commisssioned in 1897 to commemorate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. This gleaming whitewashed tower is topped by a moorish dome, with four distinct sections featuring a working clock on each side. Although hardly noticeable, the clock tower leans slightly to one side due to the impact of bombs dropped around it during World War11
    QUEEN VICTORIA MEMORIAL CLOCK TOWER
  • St. George's Chruch is set next door to the Penang State Museum & Art Gallery. Built in 1817 by the East India Company using convict labour, it is Southeast Asia's oldest Anglican church and one of the oldest buildings in Penang. The architecture and design is largely Greek and relatively unpretentious. This gracefully proportioned building was designed by Captain Robert Smith (a military engineer) whose beautiful oil paintings still hang in the Penang State Museum. The interior is a cool pastel blue with marble floors and outside the main building on the church grounds is a memorial to Sir Francis Light in the form of a Greek temple - an elegant pavilion with definite Victorian style to it. It was build in 1886 on the centenary of the founding of Penang; just down the road is the double-spired Cathedral of the Assumption.
    ST GEORGE CHURCH
  • St. George's Chruch is set next door to the Penang State Museum & Art Gallery. Built in 1817 by the East India Company using convict labour, it is Southeast Asia's oldest Anglican church and one of the oldest buildings in Penang. The architecture and design is largely Greek and relatively unpretentious. This gracefully proportioned building was designed by Captain Robert Smith (a military engineer) whose beautiful oil paintings still hang in the Penang State Museum. The interior is a cool pastel blue with marble floors and outside the main building on the church grounds is a memorial to Sir Francis Light in the form of a Greek temple - an elegant pavilion with definite Victorian style to it. It was build in 1886 on the centenary of the founding of Penang; just down the road is the double-spired Cathedral of the Assumption.
    ST GEORGE CHURCH
  • St. George's Chruch is set next door to the Penang State Museum & Art Gallery. Built in 1817 by the East India Company using convict labour, it is Southeast Asia's oldest Anglican church and one of the oldest buildings in Penang. The architecture and design is largely Greek and relatively unpretentious. This gracefully proportioned building was designed by Captain Robert Smith (a military engineer) whose beautiful oil paintings still hang in the Penang State Museum. The interior is a cool pastel blue with marble floors and outside the main building on the church grounds is a memorial to Sir Francis Light in the form of a Greek temple - an elegant pavilion with definite Victorian style to it. It was build in 1886 on the centenary of the founding of Penang; just down the road is the double-spired Cathedral of the Assumption.
    ST GEORGE CHURCH