Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Penang - Part Six

The lovely colours of not only the butterflies, but the flowers are a refreshing sight. The farm also houses centipedes, scorpions, iguanas, snakes, beetles, spiders and ducks. It is one place not to be missed on your itinerary when visiting Penang.













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Our next stop was the Tropical Fruit Farm where we took a guided tour; unfortunately the timing was out, seeing that not it was not the right season for some fruits.  It would have been interesting to see durian on the trees and to try some.  Durian grows on trees, and the trees bear fruit only once a year.







Day 3 ended with dinner at a well-known Hawker Centre, frequented by both local and tourists.  I had Hainan Mee, Kevin had Char Kway Teow and we both shared a plate of Fried Frog and Rojak.

Char Kway Teow

Fried Frog

Rojak

PART SEVEN can be found HERE.

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