Kedai Tuak

By: penangphotolog

Jun 24 2012

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Category: Architecture, Art, Black & White, Cityscape, Heritage, Images, Penang, People, Photography, Places, Trade

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Aperture:f/4.1
Focal Length:8.7mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/1000 sec
Camera:DMC-TZ20
‘Kedai Tuak Lorong Pasar’ or ‘Market Lane Toddy Shop’ as the signboard says is one of the only two licensed toddy shops still in existence. Toddy is fermented palm wine- a whitish alcoholic beverage made from the undeveloped flower of the coconut palm. The collecting and marketing of toddy is entirely an Indian affair and is enjoyed mostly by Indian labourers. A toddy sculpture was recently erected on its building facade to mark its uniqueness in our society. Picture taken at Lorong Pasar(Market Lane), Penang.
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