Little India was a great place to stroll around in Georgetown. It has delicious restaurants, shops and music.
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It will take you less than a minute to realize that you have entered in India! Everything is so Indian out there, the people, the music, the stores, houses, everything represents India. You get to taste all Indiana food there, buy Indian clothes and accessories...More
Bright, Colourful and a must place to visit, Get a snack or meal, or drink, or pick up some sweets or some spices. Great choice of Indian clothes and jewellery I would imagine This place really does BUZZ
What a great spot. Tons of stores selling Bollywood movies; spice shops that have a beautiful aroma, music blaring everywhere, and temples everywhere. It's worth the walk on the main street but do go into the side streets where the food vendors are - so...More
Went today to find a good eating experience but were greeted by open sewers,which made me retch, and mediocre food. My partner is Indian so we were looking forward to having an authentic meal but unfortunately were disappointed after walking around for an hour in...More
I'm going to be slightly controversial here and say that Little India was a disappointment. Firstly it wasn't as busy and bustling as we'd hoped, which I think is because we were there in the afternoon and the main food sellers don't open until early...More
having visited little inda's in many countries this is the best I have been to the food is fantastic and safe well worth the visit
always makes me feel like I am visiting India .... so much about Penang's "Little India" is so authentic ..... shops, restaurants, temples .. and a lot more ... definitely worth visiting.....
This compact, culturally rich area serves locals as well as visitors. It is much like the commercially diverse market areas in many larger cities in India and also hosts the largest Hindu Temple in Penang. The area is especially lively/crowded during Indian Festivals.
We had heard so much about the place that when we actually arrived there at night for walking tour, we were disappointed. It is a just a representation of small town in South India but much more chaotic and unorganised due to narrow streets and...More