Water taxis a boon for Teluk Bahang folk after road collapse


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  • Saturday, 12 Nov 2016

GEORGE TOWN: Thanks to the sea, life can go on for people in Teluk Bahang as they wait for their flood-­damaged main artery to be restored.

About 20 licensed passenger boat operators in this northwestern corner of the island – fondly named “The End of the World” by Penang­ites – are keeping tourism afloat by acting as water taxis.

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