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Trishaw is a great way to travel back along 5he main road taking in all the sights and sounds at a great pace. Electrically assisted so doesn’t make you feel too guilty for the driver. The pace you travel let’s you take in the sights...More
We opted for a short ride up and down the street where the Batu Ferringhi night markets are held. We hired 2 to fit our family of 5. It was fun and calm, one driver had music blasting as hey rode us around, however turning...More
We did a local food tour plus stopping at heritage sites. The riders were very elderly men in their 50s and 60s. One of them was even hard on hearing. All the riders were very friendly. They were eager to help you take photos.
My respect for the strength and bravery of the trishaw men in amongst crazy Georgetown traffic knows no bounds. Ours were provided through Discovery and Overland tours as part of a Georgetown Discovery tour and we made plenty of stops to walk talk and visit...More
We hired two trishaws for 100MR/hour. One of the pullers wanted to stop at temples, heritage sights, street art places and asked us to get off and take photos but we wanted to discover the street in general while riding the trishaw, without stopping at...More
Ups and downs were the lives of the trishaw pullers who had to wheel their passengers despite of rain...heavy traffic.
Times had been a terrible blow for them should there be no guided tours given. Most of them had to rely for these trips.. alone...More
Got a trishaw around 3.30 pm easily from front of Citadel on Jln Penang . Negotiate price before leaving around 40-45 MYR per hour. In an hour you can go to most street art to get quick pictures and take a few photos of temples...More
Trishaw triple wheel or Beca as the locals called exist since the British days. Probably the best way to enjoy the lovely lanes of Georgetown if you're thinking some of the famed street within UNESCO Heritage areas...Street Art,Little India,Melayu Lane(Lebuh Melayu),Love Lane, the ever busy...More
Fake flowers on the trishaws for some riders...others more decorative and creativity...each depending on tour agencies by buses..or by tour cruises. Umbrellas..t-shirts were sponsored either by individuals...companies...hotels... They may look haggard..but they could carry twice their body size (heavied passengers) on their trishaws..unbelievable amazing. Apart...More