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Balik Pulau Laksa (Laksa Marathon Part III); Penang Hawker Food

Laksa soup, fish and laksa noodle… all these were swimming and fighting in my stomach afte the laksa’s’ in our laksa marathon trip part I & part II. We still have one target place in mind for laksa but our stomach are not able to take it at that time. To give our ‘little’ stomach sometime for digestion before another bowl of laksa, we drove up to Bukit Genting to see if there’s any nice scene for photography.

Only able to take a few shots as the weather was too hot, I am not able to withstand it. Before I continue with my third bowl of laksa, let me share some shots I took at Bukit Genting first.

Butterfly shot.

Green green view from top…

Another angle of the butterfly.

Durian! Now it’s durian season and balik pulau is definitely a great place for durian lovers as there are lots of durian farms there. But not for me, as I’d be 3 feet away whenever I smell durian taste. Some people questioned me whether am I a Malaysian?? Some Korean or Japanese purposely come to Malaysia during durian season just for durian. But me… :P

Dunno what flower is this…

Enough of deviation from food huh. Let’s continue with our third part in our laksa marathon. This laksa stall is located in a house. It’s well known among Balik Pulau residents. Other than laksa, hokkien mee is sold here too.

Asam laksa. It’s tasted equally good with Nan Guang asam laksa except this one tasted more sourish

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  1. SimpleGirl says:

    LOVELY photos of Bkt Genting….how nice is it if can have the bowl of laksa at the same time enjoying the nice scenery.( with air cond , for sure) hahaha


  2. cariso says:

    Your DURIAN shot is awesome!


  3. email2me says:

    This is my fav stall !

    I usually had 1 from each. Hokkien Mee and Asam Laksa


  4. allie says:

    Simple Girl,
    the taste would be different if it were eaten in an air-cond room, lost the hawker feel d. :p But still it would be great to enjoy it in air-cond room as sweating is avoidable. :)


  5. allie says:

    Tq Tq :D


  6. allie says:

    Next time when you come back to PG, we go balik pulau eat together ya :)
    and hunt for more food!


  7. J2Kfm says:

    hmnm …. laksa from Penang – almost everywhere’s good. really!
    hardly find a bad one.

    that durian stole the limelight though. :)


  8. lingzie says:

    eh you dont eat durian one ah? aiyar..wasted! lol
    i love the laksa and hokkien mee here. will definitely stop by here after durian feast! hehe


  9. foodbin says:

    never like Hokkien mee that are sweet but the laksa looks mouth watering.
    are the durian in season, now?


  10. allie says:

    The durian stole the limelight huh? I agree with you too, but it’s ok for me as I love photography.. any good shot I like to share it with my readers :)


  11. allie says:

    yalor.. I don’t eat durian one :P
    Enjoy your durian feast and the laksa too :)


  12. allie says:

    yes, durian season just started :)


  13. Big Boy Oven says:

    Aliie! Allie! you are so evil . . . . :) how can you drag me from one laksa to another laksa yet to another laksa . . . .this is such a real torture! heheheheehhe, you are a sweet babe! :)


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  15. Penang says:

    nice review there buddy.

    if u interested, i got some review about Penang Hotels

    See you later buddy :)


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