In exchange, the Sultan was promised British military protection from the Siamese by the crafty Light who had, in fact, no such backing.
Cover image via R. S Murthi We stumbled upon a collection of beautiful, old photos of our very own Pearl of the Orient, recently. Photographed by mostly European and Asian photographers, some of these pictures are almost a years old!
The photos were compiled on one R. Murthi retrieved the photos from a collection of floppy disks dating back to when researching about his hometown, Prai. He found them from various sources online and mentioned that most of the images are scans of old postcards with photos licensed from European and Asian amatuer and professional photographers.
Some of the photos are from blogs of former British soldiers who were stationed in Malaya during the colonial era. Most of the images have been "cleaned up" and posterised by Murthi.
The photos have been credited to the site that we found them from, R. S Murthi, as the names of the photographers could not be found. It would be great if you could drop us a comment should you happen to know the names of any of the photographers.
Penang Botanical Gardens c.Old Penang Guesthouse offers amazing value for travelers who seeking for comfortable and unforgettable heritage stay on budget. Old Penang Guesthouse is a beautifully restored pre-war building in the historic city of Penang, Malaysia.
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A comfortable stay in an old shop house with a very approachable hostel manager. It is centrally located at a happening street so dance, music and food is just right. MALAYSIAN STUDIES BOOK SUMMARY OLD PENANG BY SARNIA HAYES HOYT NURUL IZZATI BINTI AZMAN PETROLEUM GEOSCIENCE Old Penang During the sixteenth century, Portuguese sailors and traders called an island, Pulo Pinaom for the ‘pinang’ or areca nut palm tree probably cultivated there then.
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Summary of Old Penang Essay Sample. During the sixteenth century, Portuguese sailors and traders called an island, Pulo Pinaom for the ‘pinang’ or areca nut palm tree probably cultivated there then.
In summary, we had a marvellous week in Penang, and it met and exceeded the number one on our list of what makes for a great holiday, which is we felt very safe and comfortable within our environment, none of the constant looking over your shoulder, Penang is such a relaxed and friendly place to holiday.