Penang Chew Jetty

The clan jetties of Penang along the Weld Quay are traditional Chinese fishing settlements and part of Penang’s heritage. Originally, there were eight clan jetties named after their respective surnames (Chew Jetty, Koay Jetty, Lee Jetty, Lim Jetty, Peng Aun Jetty, Tan Jetty, Yeoh Jetty, Mixed Clans Jetty), with the residents of each clan jetty representing the distinct origin of the clan.

Today, Chew Jetty is the largest and most lively clan jetty along the quay. It is the only clan jetty today to have any clan-related activities and it is known for its huge festive celebration of ‘Pai Thee Kong’ in worship of the Jade Emperor God.

Chew Jetty is one of the famous destinations for tourists and photographers in Penang.

Entrance to the Chew Jetty

Random Photoshots along the Chew Jetty

Photoset: Penang Chew Jetty

Spice Market Cafe

The Spice Market Cafe at Shangri-La's Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa is having the 1+1 Promotion again this year for its International Buffet from 23 May to 30 June 2010.

Here are some of the photos taken during our recent food review together with FoodPromotions.

Available from Sunday to Thursday
6:30pm to 10:30pm
RM104++ adult | RM52++ child

Reservation Contacts:
Tel: 604-8888888
Fax: 604-8811800

Photoset: Spice Market Cafe

Crocs Realtree Yukon

Just came back from Queensbay Mall and bought myself a new shoe. It's the Crocs Yukon with Realtree camo pattern. So, tried to take some product shots in my room with the available light.

Photoset: Crocs Realtree Yukon

Penang Butterfly Farm

Penang Butterfly Farm is the first tropical butterfly farm ever set up in the tropical world, with an average flying population of 4000 Malaysian butterflies of 120 different species. I went there last Saturday and came back with some close-up photos on butterflies. Entrance fee is at RM20 per adult (50% discount for Malaysian). It's a great place to train up your close-up and macro shooting skills.

Photoset: Penang Butterfly Farm