It’s a bit far away from the city center near the beach. It is recommended to take a taxi. Fried chicken is cheaper. If there are more people, it is much cheaper than the bus. However, there are also free sightseeing buses, but I don’t know if you have to wait until the year of the monkey. If the bus is 101103, you can get there, and then you have to walk some distance. There are many vendors. It is the most complete place I can eat, drink and eat in Penang. It is very worthwhile to visit. The price is cheap. I ordered two drinks, two desserts and one coconut for countless meals, which cost more than fifty ringgit. I almost didn't eat anything bad, so don't hesitate to buy it if you feel interested. Generally it tastes good. One of the fried kueh noodles queued for a long time. It took only half an hour to buy one. The taste is good but not amazing. If you don't want to queue up in time, you can skip it. The tables there are all packaged by the beverage shop, and you have to order their drinks when you sit down, but the drinks are good and you need them, so it doesn’t matter.
This night market feels that there are more tourists, probably because it is more famous among tourists, but the price is acceptable, not the outrageous kind. Mainly recommend 71 fried kway teow, laksa, satay skewers, fried oysters, and wonton noodles.
The real food stalls, laksa, fried kway teow, cendol, fried oysters, hokkien prawn noodles, curry noodles, nasi lemak, wonton noodles, braised pork, laya, are slightly more expensive than other food stalls because they are tourists Punch in.
The night market must be full of lively and lively people to have the atmosphere. This new Guanzijiao night market is pretty good and feels good. Overall it is pretty good. There are all kinds of snacks, grounded, and cheap, the whole street You can enjoy eating without spending too much money
The car will pass through Gurney Plaza first. At that stop, many people get off and hold to live, and then the next stop is at a big intersection. Then walk over, just behind McDonald's, a pretty big night market.