K.M. Oli Mohamed

404 Penang Road, 10000 Penang. Tel : 04-226 6655 Fax : 04-226 4434

Little India

Area bordered by Chulia Street, Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling, Bishop Street, and Beach Street. Many South Indian stores and Indian Muslim shops sell food, sarees, garlands, trinkets, sculptures or Indian music.

Pasar Malam (night markets)

Well-known as the travelling night market, the pasar malam essentially is a place where housewives can buy the necessities and at the same time enjoy the fun-fair atmosphere. It offers an assortment of merchandise and normally starts at 6.30pm and ends at 11pm. For details on the location, one must refer to the local newspapers.

Penang Road

Shoppers will be able to get bargains at the Penang Road bazaar and the surrounding shops. Items ranging from foodstuff, clothes, imitation leather goods and watches for reasonable prices can be bought here.

Selangor Pewter

If you're looking for the usual tourist stuff, then Selangor Pewter has nothing to offer you! presenting the world's most extraordinary collection of memorabilia. From grinning monkeys to curving candelabra. Each piece, however, alasting treasure that distinctive Selangor Pewter name.

Yahong Art Gallery

Batu ferringghi, Penang island's beautiful beach resort, has More to offer than just sun and suft. Located in its midst is Yahong Art Gallery, the largest arts and crafts center on the island. Yahong brings together a rich variety of artwork and handicrafts by both malaysian and asian artists. The Yahong Art Gallery is also home to malaysia's most celebrated batik artist, chuah thean teng's brilliant batik painting, coupled with the work of this two artist sons, are displayed in the gallery's upper level. 58-D Batu Ferringghi Road 11100 Penang. Tel : 04-811 251

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