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I have stayed at the Grand Concord near the Komtar and. Komtar is a modern shopping mall and bus terminal with the maddest traffic in Georgetown. Chulia Street is, on the other hand, a fascinating mix of shophouses, street food vendors, bars, small hotels and, to my mind, is what Georgetown is all about. I've recently returned to Georgetown after 40 years and Chulia street is virtually how I remember it whereas Komtar is how I feared it might go!
It feels safe as it is busy but the side streets around it are quieter and probably less safe, or at least less safe-feeling. If you are going alone and of a nervous disposition it may not be for you.
If you are in a crowd and enjoy the nightlife it is a friendly area. Personally I have never felt intimidated or in danger anywhere in Malaysia. Around Komtar the streets are never quiet as it is right in the centre of town. The streets are safe and feel safe but it is more impersonal and lacks the bustling activity and nightlife of Chulia Street.
Malaysia is a safe country generally with friendly locals, and a genuine multicultural feel to it. Upper Penang Road - Chulia St area is very much alive in the mornings and nights. Generally speaking, do not walk alone and be aware of potential pickpockets and snatch thieves esp.
Public transport is available via Rapid Penang buses. Try out street food at Jalan Kuala Kangsar in the mornings and around Georgetown. You can try a few hostel or hotel around chulia street but please booked in advance if you are travelling in the peak season as usually it will be fully booked especially during weekend. Georgetown is not a very 'big' town and most of the places is between walking distance. This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one.