Can Malaysians really be tourists in their own country?

When the sun sets in Batu Ferringhi, the sidewalks of Penang’s main beach destination come alive with a cacophony of activity at the popular night market. Vendors set up stalls along Jalan Batu Ferringhi and sell a variety of things.

The items on sale range from home decoration items to fresh fruits and fake designer handbags, to T-shirts featuring Armenian Street’s iconic murals.

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