Well, that's certainly what the locals will tell you the second you touch down.
When you arrive in this humid, tropical island, you will certainly have a few questions, "do I have the correct working visa" or "is it safe to do watersports at Batu Ferringhi? That's exactly what Inter Nations is here for — to connect you to like-minded and more experienced expats who can guide you through any teething problems and more than that, become friends for life.
In Penang, a growing demand for good coffee and a burgeoning café scene sees new additions every month.
With so many to choose from, it can be difficult deciding which one to go to.
The Penang Heritage Trail is intended for walking but if you prefer you could try one of the many cycle trishaws whose knowledgeable drivers will be able to add more detail and colour to your tour.
We started (and ended) our Penang Heritage Trail at the office of World Heritage Inc. A helpful gentleman here provided us with a free Penang Traveller's Map and suggested a direction to start our walk.
In this Penang Heritage Trail I have tried to cover most of the main attractions in the historic heart of George Town.
The café’s interior is a mish-mash of colour and variety: bright pillows, a mix of chairs in various shapes, and tasteful graffiti scribbled all over the walls.
This cafe houses an array of antiques and recycled furnitures, even its tables are remade from old wooden doors!
IWF celebrates its centenary (10 June 1905, Duisburg, Germany).
4th March, IWF Congress, Istanbul: With effect of 1st May, the weight of the barbell must always be a multiple of 1.0 kg.