Chulia Street, also known as Lebuh Chulia, is one of the oldest roads of George Town, Penang. The street is famous for its food and offers a lot of variety with hawker stalls and local cuisines.
The bustling Chulia Street was initially named Malabar Street after Indians from Malabar moved to Georgetown. It was later renamed as Chulia Street in 1798. The term ‘Chulia’ comes from the word Chulier, which refers to Indians from the coastal areas of Tamil Nadu, India. Since George Town has been inscribed as a UNESCO Heritage Site, Chulia Street has witnessed an increase in tourism. It is a popular destination for budget tourists as there is a lot of restaurants, cafes, and hotels available at affordable rates.
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