Experience a world of Asian flavors on this 3-hour culinary walking tour in Penang. Visit local coffee shops, spice markets and food vendors with your guide. Admire stalls bursting with fresh fruit, seafood and vegetables, and sample delicious local delicacies such as prawn fritters and rice cooked in coconut milk. Listen as your guide sheds light on Penang’s street-food culture and visit the city’s oldest Indian Muslim restaurant. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 12 people on this small-group tour, to ensure a personalized experience with your guide.
Food makes the perfect introduction to any city—especially Penang. Slurp, sip, and snack as you discover the highlights of the city’s historic center, Georgetown, on a small-group foodie walking tour with a guide. Enjoy the sorts of insights you can only get from a local as you visit vendors and hawkers, and taste the fare of the generations of migrants who have made the island their home.
Penang is famed for its food, and travelers flock from around the world to sample its unique cuisine. Let a guide ensure you sample the best of the city’s food scene on a culinary walking tour that includes a visit to a local market. In an intimate small group, you’ll see the city in the morning, when it’s far less frenetic and crowded, and sample breakfast dishes that you may have missed on your own.
Malaysian street food is a tangible, tasty way to experience Malaysia’s multicultural heritage. This half day tour takes you through the best hawker centers of George Town (Penang’s trendy capital) and around the city’s historic buildings. Eat like the locals with a range of Thai, Malay, Chinese, and Indian food, as well as fusion cuisines.
As the undisputed culinary capital of Malaysia, Penang’s food scene is as diverse as it is delicious. Let a guide reveal the best of the city’s dishes on a half-day tour of George Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its culture and cuisine. You’ll receive personalized attention in a small group limited to six as your guide provides a comprehensive introduction to Penang that’s ideal for first-time visitors.
Feast your senses on the sights and smells of George Town on a half-day culinary tour, ideal for food lovers with limited time in Penang. In a small group, explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of George Town in the early evening, a cooler and less-crowded time to visit, on a tour that combines its rich culture with numerous local delicacies. Plus, taking a food tour at the start of your trips means you receive ample culinary recommendations sure to enhance your vacation.
Explore Penang’s vibrant cuisine on a morning or afternoon tour of markets and cafes with a local, food-loving guide. This 3-hour, small-group tour includes 10 tastings and starts at a central location in Penang, and is the perfect introduction to the best things to eat and drink in a Malaysian culinary crossroads.
Indulge your taste buds and eat like a local on this 3.5-hour street food tour in Penang. Step off the beaten track and mingle with the locals buying fresh snacks from food hawkers. Stop at four or five food carts with your guide and sample some of the tasty treats Malaysians love. Perhaps taste brown-sugar biscuits, spiced pork rolls or fresh guava, and gain insight into the herbs and spices used. Learn of the diverse Chinese and Indian influences Malaysian street food embraces, and sip refreshing tropical fruit juices.
Throughout Asia, Penang is famous for its food and is considered the culinary capital of Malaysia. There is, therefore, no better place to take a cooking class than here, where cuisines from China, Malaysia, and India collide. During this class, located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Georgetown, you’ll receive personalized attention in a small group limited to 10 and have the choice of a morning or afternoon session.
In this Street Food Tasting Private Tour, at least you get to taste 8 kind of dishes. Don't worry if you a heavy eater, i will never leave my guest hanging starving.Frankly speaking, the dishes that we recommend, you can easily find it at any corner of penang. Its so famous and common. The unique part of this tour is the tour guide .. He will bring you to the best spots for that dish he recommend.Just make sure u come with an empty stomach.
Get a deeper insight into Penang’s culinary culture than is typical on most tours. Join either a food and heritage walking tour or a Penang street food cooking class, or both. On the walking tour, you’ll visit historic landmarks, as well as street-stalls, cafes, and restaurants to sample local bites. In the cooking class, you’ll learn how to make typical Penang street food, a mix of Malay, Chinese, and Indian dishes.
Enjoy insights into food and culture you can only get from a local as you slurp, snack, and sip your way through the Georgetown heritage area on this small-group food tour. Stop by at least three different food outlets and sample at least 10 delicious bites—enough for a full lunch. Along the way, discover sights like St. George’s Church, the Goddess of Mercy Temple, and historic Chinese clan houses.
Need a break from the hustle and bustle of Georgetown? Let us help you by taking you around the countryside of Penang, Balik Pulau. Share Penang's delicious breakfast dishes with good conversations about culture and nature together with the local farm owners who passionately live out their dreams of taking care of a sustainable farm.Have a pleasant walk through the farm, foraging on the herbs and fruits in season. Rounding off the pleasant morning with a farm to table simple and fresh lunch prepared with love.
See exhibits of Penang’s vibrant cuisine on a half-day trip to the Wonderfood Museum Penang, where traditional dishes are recreated larger than life and in perfect miniature. You’ll get a great overview of Penang food, snap unforgettable photos of fun food art, and whet your appetite for tasting the meals you’ve learned about. This 4.5-hour trip includes pickup and drop-off at Penang hotels (entrance to the Wonderfood Museum is own expense).
Penang is a vibrant State with its capital, George Town, having the rare distinction of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a true melting pot of cultures with its blend of Eastern and Western influences. Retaining many of the values adopted during its era of British rule, Penang bears a charm that is unique to itself. Please allow me to bring you to explore the true nature beauty of Penang, the Heritage / Street Foods / Countryside / Culture and etc...This is a flexible tour, which we can customized it so that you will be more comfortable...