Pinang Peranakan Mansion, Penang.
Photo taken on 3rd May, 2011.
Kodak 400 film. Canon EOS300 film camera.
Back log. These photos were taken in May 2011.
Pinang Peranakan Mansion, Penang, Malaysia
Definitely will recommend anyone who visit Penang to check out this place.
The intricate carvings, elaborate furnishings and the amount of antiques displayed in the
Pinang Peranakan Mansion was really an eye opener.
Btw. They offer free guide upon request. The guide who showed us around was such a humorous person!!
My friend and I truly enjoyed touring the place with him & got to know more about the place through
his interesting story telling skills.
After getting a free tour of the place, we went to their kitchen for some local treats.
We had ice kacang (in the last photo)
Btw. They also offer other Baba Nyonya desserts and food.
Oh. And this place was used as a filming location for a few films/ dramas too,
Singapore tv drama “The little Nyonya“(小娘惹),
Malaysian tv drama, “The Iron Lady“(女頭家),
Chinese movie about Dr Sun Yat Sen refuge life, “Road to Dawn“《夜明》
Penang Peranakan Mansion
29, Church Street, 10200 Penang, Malaysia.
Opening Hours : Monday to Sunday including Public Holidays from 9:30 am to 5 pm
Admission fees : Adults : RM10.00, Children (below 6) : Free
For more information, check out their official website