Penang Pulau Pinang, 槟城 Province
Penang is a great city known for its plethora of hawker food and Nyonya kuih is one main culinary draw. The kuih is perfect for tea-time and after-meal treat. Nyonya kuih stall in Cecil Street Market Moh Teng Pheow Nyonya Kuih & Canteen Richard Rivalee
Dinner time. This is a MUST EAT – Presgrave Lane 888 Hokkien Mee – or we KL call it prawn mee, added pork rib, roast pork and pork intestine, RM9 for above, sooo good, especially the roast pork with crunchy crackling. YUM 888 Hokkien Mee 67, Lebuh Presgrave 5pm – midnight (closed on Thurs)
Going for a food trip or as a overall, Penang is the best by far (in my opinion). Reason behind my judgement is because Penang has many kinds of food to offer as they are authentic, delicious, fresh and affordable.
Melaka Malacca, 马六甲 Province
Upon recommendatiobn by my friend's sister, we decided with Makko in the end, a well known Nyonya restaurant, situated in Melaka Raya. We waited in line for about 30-45 minutes (it wasn't that bad) before stepping hungrily into the restaurant. If queuing for food is not your thing, there are plenty of other alternatives in the area.
Labuan Federal Territory, Malaysia
Labuan is a nice island to be potential one of the famous destination in Malaysia. However sadly to say, I do not see any effort of development and tourism funding effort on this island. Nonetheless, I really enjoyed very much with my stay at Labuan especially staying at Palm Beach Resort. This resort is really a great family resort where family gets together and enjoying the sweet time. Basically this resort already got what you need so you can choose not to drive out to anywhere else. So do not hesitate and start planning a trip to Labuan with your family during this upcoming school holidays!