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Nagore Square, George Town

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
Nagore Square™ - Official Page

Nagore Square™ is positioned as a lifestyle destination with a mixed use of retail, arts & cultural, F&B and entertainment area along the intersection of Jalan Burmah and Jalan Nagore and stretching up to Jalan Bawasah. The precinct will be a hybrid of indoor and outdoor spaces and showcasing the heritage designs of old world such as the Little Shanghai heritage–amidst the contemporary settings of a functional lifestyle gathering and entertainment center in a shopping/dining village concept. It highlights a lifestyle repositioning, delivering a dynamic urban experience and communal space for gathering and interaction.

NAGORE SQUARE’S building architecture combines sustainable design with concepts that reflect Penang’s heritage and rich landscape. The design incorporates a number of sustainable elements including native landscaping, shading devices and energy-efficient lighting system. The heritage-inspired buildings style is retained and renovated to recover the authentic features on the façade. Designed as the “urban living enclave”, NAGORE SQUARE is transformed into a hub of commercial and social activities connected to the people and its surroundings while reactivating downtown Penang.
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  • Eateries with above average pricing and so-so food. Food-wise the place is not known to be very spectacular but the place is pleasant enough to visit for a bite once in a while. Fashionably done-up ol...  read more »
  • Doubled storeyed shoplots had been converted to eateries... nyonya to budget hotels..or one able to eat at New World Park... an open air hawker style food. 
  • Excellent authentic Street with lots of restaurants-clean and very cosy, nice stroll after dinner here ... Well restored vintage two-story buildings, each of which is a restaurant, café or shop. Offered as a traditional Malaysian cuisine, and Chinese, and fusion. Price tag humane. Specifically came for dinner and just fell in love.
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