The Clan Jetties of Penang is a traditional overwater settlement that has been created by Chinese immigrants who came to Malaysia. The six villages house distinct Chinese clans, the Chew Jetty being the most tourist-friendly and famous.
Also known as floating villages, the clan jetties showcase the harmony of two different lifestyles and cultures. They are characterized by their old traditions and are built using a special type of wood which allows them to stay near seawater. Each clan has its own temple, and in accordance with this, there are six temples for the six clan jetties.
It has a unique style of architecture and the long walkway which is made of wood. It also has a temple and is well known among visitors.
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