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“Absolutely amazing experience! Would do it again in a heartbeat....”
6 days ago
“Great way to explore hidden food-gems”
Penang has a reputation as being the "food paradise" and it offers a diverse and exotic mix of malay, chinese, indian, nyonya and western cuisines. Come join us for the taste of Penang in our best penang food tour.
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
33-G Jalan Ria, Penang | Outside Pizza Hut Prangin Mall Shopping Complex, George Town, Penang Island 11600, Malaysia
I came across Best Penang Food Tour via trip advisor and liked what I read plus the price was spot on so I booked, and I was not disappointed at all! Marcus is a wealth of knowledge and knows his foods really well! My teenage...More
I found it hard to find the nice places for food in Georgetown by myself, so decided to book this tour. I was very lucky to have Marcus -the guide- for myself due to a last minute cancellation. He took me to several hidden places...More
We were pleasantly surprised when Marcus, our tour guide, pulled up in his air conditioned car with a big smile & friendly greeting. We had thought this might be a walking tour but thank goodness it was not. We were taken to all parts of...More
What a wonderful way to experience the food capital of Malaysia. Local food, local eating places, local guides. Jessi and Baptiste were the perfect hosts- we looked on them as friends by the end of the tour. The food and places they took us were...More
My friends visit me from N.Y and we decided to book a food tour and finally found best Penang food. Marcus was our tour guide and we really amazed by the food where he took us to the pohpiah was really thumbs up. Followed by...More
Marcus were excellent guides, it was a group of 4 and we went to 5 stops with fabulous food and deliciously tasty stops. Never have tried the tastiest poh piah, assam laksa, cendul, chinese pancake, in Penang and we did.
Thai laksa is also yummy,...More