Feringghi Walk


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Feringghi Walk

Feringghi Walk, a scene of Batu Feringghi’s nightly bazaar, is also lined with hawker stalls selling Malay, Tamil, northern Indian, Chinese meals, and snacks, which are just perfect for travellers on a budget.


Penang's cuisine shows typical signs as the rest of Malaysian food: multicultural influences and a huge variety. Several specialities originate from multiple ethic touches but do expect plenty of herbs and spices. Below you will find the best places to eat in Penang, Malaysia: