A number of beaches are stripped in line on the north coast of Penang in Malaysia. This strip of beaches is Batu Ferringhi. Tanjung Bungah and Teluk Bahang is situated adjacent to this strip. Here you will find memento stores, hotels, transport rental services. This beach was also influenced by The Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004. There was no loss of any life as the guards on duty warned the people about the influx of tsunami.People here experience rainfall in the months from April to May and October to November. You can visit this place any time throughout the year as the temperature here is generally consistent. Here you will also find the art galleries and museums where the work of local artists is displayed. An antediluvian form of art called as Lion Dance that used to be performed by Chinese immigrants, now it has been performed in a typical Malaysian style. This art form is related with power, majesty, good luck and happiness. Now days it is performed on different occasions like inauguration ceremonies and Chinese New Year.
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