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Cities in Penang

States in Malaysia


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Georgetown is the capital of Penang State of Malaysia. Named after Britain's King George III, this city is UNESCO heritage site. The city has a tropical rainforest climate. Commercial and financial companies support the economy of this city. The people of Georgetown enjoy sports like Chess, Basket ball, swimming and Tennis. Georgetown is a safe city where crimes are less. Transport is also enjoyable in this city. Walking through the city would be a memorable experience at Georgetown.

Indians at Georgetown coexist with other communities. They work hard through the week and enjoy weekends. They do not miss performing art events from India. Indians enjoy every moment of life with goodness. Indian cultural events are very popular in Malaysia and Indians at Georgetown make it a point to be present at such events.

One could not afford to miss shopping at Georgetown. Indian sarees could be bought at Rao saree centre and Anita sarees centre. These places are known for their authentic Indian clothing which includes a spectacular collection of sarees, salwars, kurtis, churidars, lehengas and sherwanis. These shops also have a tasteful collection of handbags, purses, slippers, cosmetics, fashion accessories, scarves and stoles. They are complete with attached tailoring units.

Indians are not far from mouthwatering delicacies at Georgetown, Malaysia. They have their heart's fill of Indian food at Sri Ananda Bahwan, Jaya Indian Restaurant, Kapitan's and Krsna Restaurant. While the first three are popular for their tandoori chicken, the last one is known for vegetarian food. Indian groceries could be easily located at Georgetown.

Indians form communities and meet regularly to discuss latest happenings. They celebrate festivals like Diwali, Sankranti and Thai Poosam with traditional rituals. They entertain one another and keep themselves in a safe circuit as they live and let live. There are many south Indians at Malaysia and therefore south Indian festivals are common.