59A, our humble address of the day, a wooden house right above the sea, within one of the earliest settlement known as Chew Jetty in Penang, since 1880.
We skip the clan jetties sightseeing this time because we are among the attraction of the day. Sitting on the sea verandah over looking the Strait of Melaka.
It's been a long day. Those relaxing sounds of waves, certainly a great way to start a bit or two writing before calling it a day.
Experiencing the life as the Chew Clan in their traditional jetty wooden house. Host by the ever friendly and warm, Ms. Siew Pheng and Papa Chew.
Most travellers here as a pilgrimage to seek the experience as a journey of life, left not only footprints but a memorable memories.
Great catchup with the Chew family and their generosity, unlimited snacks, fruits, drinks, etc. Truly amazing.
p/s: Thanks Ms. Chew for the generosity, sending Penang famous pastries to our address in Lebuh Victoria, when we're out to explore Georgetown.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking