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Penang: Malaysia's Food Paradise

You won’t go to this island for its beaches (unless you want to see monkeys), but you’ll stay for its colonial charm and tasty dishes: char kway teow, popiah and yong tau foo, to name a few.

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Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion

Chinese businessman Cheong Fatt Tze was known as "the Rockefeller" of his day. His mansion is known for its indigo-blue color (made from a dye imported form India) and its feng shui, both popular during the 1880s when it was built.

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