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Exploring the Chinese Jetties in Georgetown is a must as part of a visit to UNESCO sites. Chew family jetty is the busiest jetty, full of tourists and souvenirs. Good to look at, but I have to say i found the other family jetties much...More
The 'Jetis' are great to visit just to see traditional way of living. easily walkable from centre of Penang or just grab a Trishaw! The Chew Jetty offers great shopping and recommend to visit the Big Bowl noodle whilst you're there. It's delicious and great...More
Chew Jetty, which is a Clan jetty for import/export. It is actually a village built on stilts and joined by wooden walkways over the water. These ‘water villages’, set up more than a century ago, house the descendants from Fukien Province in China, they appear...More
I loved exploring the many jetties of Penang, but this one just made me sad. Instead of a well preserved cultural landmark, the increased tourism has created a demand for people’s homes to be used as storefronts for tourist crap. Skip this jetty and check...More
Surrounded by shops and eating places this is one of the clan jetties of Penang. Lined on both sides with a mixture of residences and tourist shops there is no glimpse of the sea until the end. Although the jetty feels strong and stable a...More