On the second day in Penang, my colleagues and I visited Penang Hill. Penang Hill is the oldest British hill station in Southeast Asia, established in the late 1700’s The highest peak of Penang Hill stand at 833 metres (2,732ft) above sea level. To get to the Penang Hill, there is a funicular train service. The funicular track stretches a distance of 1,996 metres (1.99KM) from lower to Upper Station which is the longest in Asia.
When we walked from the Upper station of Penang Hill, we saw a there's a stall with a banner saying" The Famous Penang Hill Kacang Putih" on the road side, in front of a giant tree. It sells many varieties of steamed nuts in plastic bag.
Steamed Chick Peas.
Most of my colleagues bought this steamed chick peas. It's a very good snack.
The corn size is bigger than the Indonesian corn. Very fullfiling.
Indian crunchy snack.
The view from Penang Hill.
Air Itam, George Town,
Penang Island 10350,