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Friday 17 June 2022

PENANG Walkabout 2 (Lebuh Campbell, Lebuh Farquhar, Warong Cafe)

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We're still in the mood for a walkabout!

I spent the afternoon carefully sifting through the growing number of clips and footage we had accumulated since arriving in Penang while Cat busied herself with laundry.

A few hours later and we were again rearing to go on a walkabout. With nothing specific planned we headed out of the hotel but noticed that there was a slight drizzle so we put up our umbrellas. 

We then walked southeast along Jalan Hutton to its end, then walked across Jalan Penang and then onto Lebuh Campbell.

We walked the almost the entire length of Lebuh Campbell before turning left onto Jalan Pintal Tali. We continued walking northwest to the end of Jalan Pintal Tali and then turned right onto Chulia Street. We took in the sights of the pubs and bars that lined the street before turning right onto Lebuh Carnarvon to check out a row of hawker stalls.

The drizzle and lack of seating dissuaded us from having dinner here so we doubled back onto Chulia Street and continued walking southwest. A little while later we reached an intersection and turned left onto Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling. We also noticed that the drizzle had subsided.

We then walked northwest to the very end of Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling past the St. George's Anglican Church before turning left onto Lebuh Farquhar. At the Church of the Assumption we turned left again onto Love Lane and continued on for a little while before turning right onto Muntri Street. We continued walking west and after a little while we turned left onto Leith Street.

All along the way we did not find any eatery that struck our fancy nor matched our desire for a light dinner. We continued west along Leith Street before walking across to Jalan Penang and noticed again that it had started to drizzle again. We then walked across the one and only pedestrian crossing at Jalan Penang that took us back to Jalan Hutton.

Here we chanced upon a very brightly light bungalow that housed Warong Cafe. Since it was just a stone's throw away from the hotel in the event of a heavy downpour we could always make a dash back, just in case.

The meal was adequate, and we then headed back to the hotel. We will be visiting with my auntie tomorrow morning and so we hoped for an early night.

Lastly, we feel that it is our civic duty to remind everyone that while masks are now optional outdoors, it is still mandatory indoors!

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📍 Location:
Campbell Street -
Chulia Street Night Hawker Stalls -
St. George's Anglican Church -
Church of the Assumption -

We do what we can to support local businesses, and it's always good to know that everyone here observes all related SOPs, it helps make us feel safer and reassured.

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