Daily Life In Penang Ferry

Daliy Life in Ferry

A ferry passenger is seen on deck of ferry in Georgetown on the Malaysian island of Penang on May 15, 2014. This famous ferry service connects Sultan Abdul Halim ferry terminal in Butterworth to Raja Tun Uda ferry terminal in Penang Island and still the best way to experience Penang.Photo by Firdaus Latif

Daliy Life in Ferry

Penang Ferry Terminal, Passengers and motorcycles queuing to board in Georgetown on the Malaysian island of Penang on May 15, 2014. This famous ferry service connects Sultan Abdul Halim ferry terminal in Butterworth to Raja Tun Uda ferry terminal in Penang Island and still the best way to experience Penang.Photo by Firdaus Latif

Daliy Life in Ferry

A women sit at waiting area before boarding the Penang Ferry in Georgetown on the Malaysian island of Penang on May 15, 2014. This famous ferry service connects Sultan Abdul Halim ferry terminal in Butterworth to Raja Tun Uda ferry terminal in Penang Island and still the best way to experience Penang.Photo by Firdaus Latif

Daliy Life in Ferry

Cars and motorcycles is seen on deck of ferry in Georgetown on the Malaysian island of Penang on May 15, 2014. This famous ferry service connects Sultan Abdul Halim ferry terminal in Butterworth to Raja Tun Uda ferry terminal in Penang Island and still the best way to experience Penang.Photo by Firdaus Latif

Daliy Life in Ferry

A boy look out of the window of a Penang Ferry in Georgetown on the Malaysian island of Penang on May 15, 2014. This famous ferry service connects Sultan Abdul Halim ferry terminal in Butterworth to Raja Tun Uda ferry terminal in Penang Island and still the best way to experience Penang.Photo by Firdaus Latif

Daliy Life in Ferry

Passenger benches on board a Penang Ferry in Georgetown on the Malaysian island of Penang on May 15, 2014. This famous ferry service connects Sultan Abdul Halim ferry terminal in Butterworth to Raja Tun Uda ferry terminal in Penang Island and still the best way to experience Penang.Photo by Firdaus Latif

Daliy Life in Ferry

A family see a view of Penang town from inside the ferry in Georgetown on the Malaysian island of Penang on May 15, 2014. This famous ferry service connects Sultan Abdul Halim ferry terminal in Butterworth to Raja Tun Uda ferry terminal in Penang Island and still the best way to experience Penang.Photo by Firdaus Latif

Daliy Life in Ferry

A Passenger benches on board a Penang Ferry in Georgetown on the Malaysian island of Penang on May 15, 2014. This famous ferry service connects Sultan Abdul Halim ferry terminal in Butterworth to Raja Tun Uda ferry terminal in Penang Island and still the best way to experience Penang.Photo by Firdaus Latif

Daliy Life in Ferry

A family see a view of Penang town from inside the ferry in Georgetown on the Malaysian island of Penang on May 15, 2014. This famous ferry service connects Sultan Abdul Halim ferry terminal in Butterworth to Raja Tun Uda ferry terminal in Penang Island and still the best way to experience Penang.Photo by Firdaus Latif

Daliy Life in Ferry

A Passenger benches on board a Penang Ferry in Georgetown on the Malaysian island of Penang on May 15, 2014. This famous ferry service connects Sultan Abdul Halim ferry terminal in Butterworth to Raja Tun Uda ferry terminal in Penang Island and still the best way to experience Penang.Photo by Firdaus Latif

Daliy Life in Ferry

A worker workers tether strap when the ferry arrived at the ferry terminal in Georgetown on the Malaysian island of Penang on May 15, 2014. This famous ferry service connects Sultan Abdul Halim ferry terminal in Butterworth to Raja Tun Uda ferry terminal in Penang Island and still the best way to experience Penang.Photo by Firdaus Latif

Daliy Life in Ferry

A worker open the gate for Passengers exiting the Ferry in Georgetown on the Malaysian island of Penang on May 15, 2014. This famous ferry service connects Sultan Abdul Halim ferry terminal in Butterworth to Raja Tun Uda ferry terminal in Penang Island and still the best way to experience Penang.Photo by Firdaus Latif

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