The waters around Penang are dotted with tiny islands. Each has its own story to tell, but Pulau Aman, just a stone’s throw away from the coast of Batu Kawan, has nature, culture, food and history.
The 116-ha island sits with its sister islet, Pulau Gedung, on the narrow Penang Strait. Housing a modest population of 250 people, Pulau Aman is a hidden gem; visitors who have been there wax lyrical about its wide variety of cheap seafood and its famous mee udang (prawn noodles).
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