28 Februari 2019

The Table Penang, Lebuh Carnavon, Georgetown

I've been stalking The Table Penang Facebook and Instagram for quite some times and been asking husband to bring me there. But since it is located at Lebuh Carnavon, which is really in the middle of the town with very limited car park area, and only open at night, we have never had a chance to pay a visit.

The Table Penang which is located at 27, Lebuh Carnavon, is a small cafe just before the junction. Is is in a walking distance from Masjid Kapitan Keling. The cafe is one of the few halal cafes serving western food and coffee in Georgetown.

So anyway, a few months back, we finally got to go to The Table Penang yayy! And yes, we have to make few rounds to find a place to park the car and finally got to park near the diner, after I almost give up and tell husband to just go home if we could not find a car park lol.

the table penang, georgetown halal cafe, western food, burger, pasta and coffee

27 Februari 2019

Post Analisis TV Al-Hijrah Isu Doula: Prof Imelda vs Doula Hayati

Isu debat doula tak habis-habis lalu lagi kat timeline Facebook sampai hari ni.

Biasalah, masing-masing mesti backup pilihan masing-masing. Tak kira mana betul mana salah.

Team Prof Imelda: Bagus Prof. Kak Yatt tu kaki putar etc. Prof Imelda the best.

Team Doula: TV tak adil, patut pilih doula yg tak kontrovesi. Ada doula lain lebih layak mewakili doula-doula di Malaysia ni.

Here's what I think. (Saja nak jump onthe bandwagon comment pasal ni juga hehe)

21 Februari 2019

Penang Digital Library Phase 1 and Phase 2, Georgetown

Penang Digital Library is located at No. 135 Jalan Masjid Negeri, George Town, Penang, on the grounds of Penang Free School. The Penang Digital Library is a project supported by the Penang State Government. It was made possible through the collaboration from various companies including Keysight Technologies, Eastern & Oriental Group (E&O) and TIME dotCom.

The Phase 1 building was lauched back in October 2016. Penang Digital Library Phase 1 opens 24 hours daily. 

However, it could hardly accommodate 80 people and was always crowded. That was why former chief minister Lim Guan Eng came up with the idea for Phase 2, which has seating for more than 500 people.

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