Little India in Penang, Malaysia is a colorful street. Penang is a city of immigrants. In order to build Penang as a commercial center, British colonists brought in labor from all over the world. Among them, many Indians have come to come, and these Indians settled here and brought their religion and culture. Hindu temples and mosques can also be seen at the entrance of Penang’s Little India Street. These temples are places of worship for Indians in Penang. Most can be visited for free.
Visit Little India at night, the atmosphere is like being lost in India. The atmosphere is mindful The music, the smell of frankincense, the people of the Hindu temples, but the night we visited was not that many. Anyone who likes clothes and wear like Ondia, recommend you to go, inexpensive and there are a lot to choose from.
Although the number of Indians in Malaysia cannot be compared with that of Chinese, it still accounts for a certain percentage, and most of them are laborers. And Little India here in Penang was actually part of Chinatown in the early days. Later, with the migration of Chinese, it gradually formed an Indian gathering area, and it has begun to take shape~!
This should be the place I regret going to during my few days in Penang. Why? Because it's very scary. At noon, there are many people lying on the ground and sleeping directly on the side of the road. Some people who are not asleep walk past them and some get up and stare at you!