Category: Butterworth

Penang Street Food: Char Koay Teow

A plate of Char Koay Teow with an added egg on top.

Penang Street Food: Wanton Noodles

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A plate of a typical Penang Wanton Noodles (or commonly called Wantan Mee here). Wanton noodles here can be served in both soup or dry style, and is usually accompanied with slides of char siu, vegetables and of course, the wantons.

Penang Food: Rojak

A local “fruits salad”, the Rojak is typically prepared with sweet and spicy sauce.

Butterworth Bagan: Sree Maha Mariamman Devasthanam Hindu Temple

Sree Maha Mariamman Devasthanam Hindu Temple is an old and historical Hindu temple located at the Bagan Luar area in Butterworth. The temple was found to have originated from a small hut built by the local Hindu community here in 1853 as a place of worship for the Hindu mother deity Amman. Subsequently, the temple underwent additional renovation and expansion into a beautiful and impressive temple complex today.

Butterworth Street Art: Art Walk Alley Part 3

Various murals and artworks painted by local artists at Bagan area in Butterworth. This area has been promoted as Butterworth’s own street art space.

Butterworth Street Art Alley (Art Walk at Night)

Butterworth Bagan Art Alley Walk.

As part of the effort to rejuvenate the old Bagan town in Butterworth, this area is being developed as Butterworth’s very own art space. This ‘outdoor art gallery’ hosts various art works or murals from local artists and is organized by Zart Inventive.

Google Map Location to the street art area: https://goo.gl/maps/r89hFHGByfJ2

Butterworth Temasya Bagan

Temasya is a word in Malay which can be translated as festival or fair. The Temasya Bagan at Butterworth is a monthly festival held by the local community with support from the state government to promote the arts and culture scene in Butterworth. One such initiative is the birth of the Butterworth Art walk Alley.

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