Kampung Seronok is never short of fun and, true to its name, happiness.
Penang’s beginnings as a port city and its subsequent bloom into a cosmopolitan centre have left it a unique multicultural society with various strands of identities. Experiencing robust social and economic growth since the late twentieth century, Penang has thrived, and its urban landscape has shifted at a fast pace.
But if we go beyond the hustle and bustle of this engaging city, we find ourselves surrounded by quaint and slow-paced surviving kampungs scattered just outside the periphery. Kampung Seronok, located between Batu Maung and Bayan Lepas, is one such village where rural and urban life intersect.
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