|Masjid Terapung Jalan Tanjung Bunga, Penang (photo taken from Google Image). One of of the most famous landmark in Penang.|
Masjid ini terletak di tepi pantai terkenal di Tanjung Bunga, Pulau Pinang. Rekaan masjid berharga RM15 juta itu adalah gabungan seni bina tempatan dan Timur Tengah. Keindahan senibinanya berkonsepkan bentuk mutiara selaras dengan jolokan sebagai "Mutiara Timur". Ruang sembahyang utama boleh memuatkan kira-kira 1,000 jemaah dan 500 lagi di bahagian luar. Masjid baru dengan keluasan 1,295 meter persegi itu mempunyai ruang solat lelaki dan wanita serta boleh menampung kira-kira 250 kereta.
(source: Laman Web Rasmi Pejabat Daerah Dan Tanah Daerah Timur Laut Pulau Pinang)
Isn't it awesome to be able to eat my breakfast here overlooking the floating mosque? Imagine filling up both my mind with serenity and my stomach with roti canai at the same time. Great, huh?! Hehehe.
|Medan Selera Tanjung Bunga|
|Turn into this road on your left once you see the floating mosque on your right. Drive up the slope and the food court will be on your right at mid-slope.|
|After eating my roti canai for breakfast, I climbed on top of the wall to take this photo. Dangerous, but it's worth it:)|
|The boss preparing the roti canai. His throwing techniques was good and he was able to throw the dough until it became a thin layer. I ordered roti telur extra 'garing'/ crispy.|
|Roti canai price: Plain (RM0.70), with egg (RM1.40) and with sardine (RM2)|
|My roti telur (roti canai with egg) together with the dhal sauce|
Ask for your roti canai to be 'garing'/ crispy. It'll taste much better and the texture won't be like eating dough.
If you want to eat nice roti canai, read this: Roti Canai @ Transfer Road, Georgetown, Penang: A Different Kind of Bread For Breakfast
Tasty Or Not?
Rating 5/10. Nothing special about the roti canai actually. It's the view of the floating mosque that matters!
**Eat the fish head curry (I'm not a fan of fish head and I'm not fan of fish also, so I may not be trying it, sorry) at the neighboring stall (in this food court also). My colleague told me the fish head curry was very famous (people coming from afar to eat it) and the crowd for lunch is huge.