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A lie from Ng Yen Yen?

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Friendly Penang motorists politely give way to cyclists, allowing visitors to explore a total of 20 points of interest such as the Clan Jetties of Penang, the traditional Chinese fishing settlements, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion in just over 8 hours.

Frankly, I do not know Penangite motorists are so polite and civil-minded to give way to cyclists. Maybe she was given such special treatment during her cycling tour in the Georgetown under a VVIP escort service by the traffic police.

I tried to cycle around Peninsular Malaysia after my graduation with a bully. Unfortunately the buddy is a person who is always doing work in half-way. At the end, I had to escort him back to KL and cut short the whole trip after only finishing KL to Pekan route.

I did time my normal cycling speed after a few days on the road, it was about 30 Km per hour. The plan was peddling 100 to 120 Km in each day and took 30-day to complete the journey.

Round the peninsula with bicycle is one of my regrettable and incomplete missions.

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