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Penang Peranakan Culture and Nyonya Food Tour

December 16th, 2009Announcement14 Comments

If you love or intrigued by the Peranakan culture and Nyonya Food, you have to come to Penang—a UNESCO World Heritage site and a cradle for thriving Peranakan and Baba-Nyonya culture.

Born and raised in a Peranakan or Straits Chinese family, I have always wanted to share the beauty and legacy of the colorful and uniquely special Penang Nyonya culture and food with the world. I am very happy to announce that my family has expanded our Penang private tour services to include a special “Penang Peranakan Culture and Nyonya Food Tour” for travelers, tourists, and foodies who wish to gain an insider insight into Nyonya culture, cuisine, and traditions in Penang….

We offer one-of-a-kind Peranakan culture and Nyonya food tour that covers Peranakan museums, a glimpse of the living Nyonya culture, sampling of mouthwatering and scrumptious Nyonya food, and more. We also have access to private collectors of Nyonya antiques and artifacts that will take you down the memory lane of the bygone eras.

Our guide is very friendly, multi-lingual, attentive, and knowledgeable. If you are interested in joining our Penang Nyonya tour, please send an email to rasamalaysia@gmail.com to inquire further.

We look forward to being a friend to you in Penang! See you.

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  1. teng says:

    hi Bee, how are you related to the lady in the top-right pic? your resemblance of her is striking…especially the eyes and nose. or am i just seeing things?!!!!

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  2. Kate says:

    It’s so great that your family is preserving the Nyonya and Peranakan culture. Congratulations on launching the new tour.

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  3. S says:

    Loved the snapshot of the kitchen; reminded me of the old South Indian kitchens! Drooling over the tiffin-carriers arranged on top!

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  4. evie says:

    My grandma was born in Penang and I am familiar with Penang food because she used to make Penang food for us. Those photos of Penang food makes me droolllll!!! I would love to take the tour your family offers. What’s the best way to get in touch with them?

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    • Nyonya Food says:

      Evie – thanks for your comment. I have sent you an email regarding the Nyonya food tour. Please be on the lookout.

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  5. Shell says:

    Greetings Bee,

    I will be in Penang for a few days in May 2011 and would love to join a Peranakan Culture and Nyonya Food tour while I’m there. Would you please email me so I can start organising my time? Thankyou.

    Kind regards…Shell

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  6. PeterPantryRaider says:

    There are a couple of reasons I don’t like this site. My mouth keeps on watering and I get very hungry for hawker food.

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  7. Russell Keil says:

    Enjoyed dining at Lim’s Nyonya Hut in Glen Waverley Saturday Night the Nyonya Popiah (Fresh Spring Rolls) were a real taste treat.. :)

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  8. lean says:

    Lim’s Nyonya Hut in Glen Waverley is truly authentic. Both husband and wife were taught by a great Penang Master Chef – Lim Bian Yam

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  9. shrey says:

    hi bee,
    greetings.
    im a huge foodie by myself from india would love to learn more and get to know more on peranakan food .
    i would love if you could guide me as i would want to learn more about your vegetarian food.

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