Heritage Sixteen is located in the heart of Georgetown. A comfy, clean, nice place to stay and there is a lot of nearby attraction places to visit.
The building is wooden house type with a history over hundred years old. It is not only carries the stories and memories of a family for several generations, but also witnesses the laughter and laughter of tourists from all over the world.
Like any other parts in Penang, this is a place with stories and warmth with the tranquility and serenity of the elderly and the diversity and vigor of the young people.
You will see a lot of travelers strolling in the sunshine, walking and appreciating the surroundings.
Heritage Sixteen will take you to experience the story of Nyonya and Baba in Penang and the hotel is located on Carnarvon Street, which was once one of the main arteries of Georgetown, a colonial town developed in 1860.
Here, you will find various languages, religions, food and other diverse cultures gather together to form a unique urban appearance and atmosphere.
In the mid-20th century, this street was famous for its bookstores and coffin manufacturers and the area is mainly inhabited by Peranakan or Strait-born Chinese.
Like all streets in Penang, there are shop houses on both sides of this street where fill will Chinese signs along the street. Walking along the streets will make you will feel that this is not Malaysia, but like Guangdong and Fujian in the last century.
If you can speak good Chinese, Cantonese, or Hokkien, congratulations, you will easily communicate with any people here.
One more thing, you do not need to afraid to talk to strangers here because from the conversation with them, maybe you will encounter a legendary story here.
The enthusiasm of the people of Penang is reflected in the steamy breakfast shop on the side of the road, the bustling grandfather and grandmother who carry the basket to buy food, and the uncles and aunts who have never met to say good morning to you.
Yes, even in the elderly, you can feel the vitality of a new day on this street. The grandpa who sells vegetables warmly greets you, and the owner of the fruit shop will chat with you a few words and ask about your itinerary today.
The leisure in the morning is different from the heat at noon, but even in the hottest weather, you can find your next stop in the nearby streets.
You may want to go to the most popular Chinese restaurant in Penang which happen to be our Heritage Sixteen neighbor, Tek Senn Restaurant.
When the scorching sun in the afternoon eases a little, you can stroll along the Mural Street, Clan Bridge, and choose a nice cafe.
Besides that, you can walk to any place you want to go in Georgetown — Shantou Street, Nyonya Museum, Mural Street, Upside Down Museum and all kinds of Penang food at your fingertips.
You can also choose to avoid the crowds and wander aimlessly in various alleys. I believe you will get a different Georgetown. After dinner, you can go to the small bar in Love Lane, blowing the warm afternoon breeze, listening to the singer’s live performance, and feeling the exotic atmosphere in the wine glass.