Dim Sum, Minions and Cats

It was a bit like Sushi, small bowls and lots of them and strained tea with our lips. We ventured for Chinese Dim Sum for breakfast trying just about everything on offer! A very different breakfast to the British fry up.

    
Penang has become famous for its street art in the last few years so we grabbed a map and went exploring (Find out more here). It’s a mix of wrought-iron caricatures telling the cities story and paintings by Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic. We worth a visit if you’re in this area of the world. Graffiti has also appeared on the walls of the city with a minion takeover!

                            

NottsNomad

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