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Discover Penang

And it shall come to cross the majestic Penang Bridge over glittering water, after all that wonders in mainland of Seberang Perai, to the entrance of the Penang Island, the two areas of Penang therein shall be united. As poetic as it seems to be, the breathtaking journey between both parts of Penang is surreal. Once known as the "Pearl of Orient" for its palm trees and scenic sea surrounding the beautiful island, Penang is the perfect destination to indulge all your five senses as you go about Georgetown heritage walk for centuries-old historical sites; spiralled with the scent of aromatic local delicacies in the air, bike-hunting for artistic street art along the peaceful streets of Georgetown, and play to the sound of music by the sea breeze.


Where to go in Penang

Penang is so beautiful. As an UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, Penang almost seems like an escape from the bustling city life to a new world across the sea. Blessed with mesmerising mountain landscapes encircling preserved colonial buildings, Penang is destined to lift your heart with joy and enchantment.


Penang Hill : Ride 833-metre uphill to the oldest British Hill station in Southeast Asia, on the world's steepest funicular tunnel track and appreciate the surrounding sights of teeming flora, wild faunas and sounds of the breeze. The hill encompasses numerous interesting historical landmarks amongst which includes the Bel Retiro Bungalow, a resort used for reputable government officials and guests, Sri Aruloli Thirumurugan Hindu Temple, the Hill Mosque and a 250-year-old cannon. Take a break at the Kopi Hutan (Forest Coffee Cafe) as you immerse yourself in the heart of a tranquil rainforest while sipping a cup of freshly brewed coffee or soothing lavender tea. Ascend to the main viewing deck and Sky Walk to admire the spectacular panoramic views of Penang city.


Kek Lok Si Temple: More than just a temple, the facade is also a clan house for the Chinese sharing the same surname. The temple is the most magnificent and finest Buddhist temple in southeast Asia. It is comprised of a seven-storey pagoda and structures adorned with intricate Chinese octagonal base, Thailand middle tiers craftsmanship and Burmese spiral dome architecture, inspired by religious beliefs and philosophy. Adding to the temple's heavenly beauty is the lush mountainscape that envelopes it.


Penang ESCAPE Adventureplay Theme Park : Escape into the wet and wild at the the first environment friendly theme park in Malaysia. Here, you can unleash on your inner Tarzan crossing obstacle courses in the air by a rope at the Monkey Business, descent from the hilltop into cooling pool of the world's longest water slide, jumping off platforms at dizzying heights or getting the thrills of zip lining and colorful tubby slides. The ESCAPE Waterplay and Adventureplay provides an exhilarating outdoor experience that is enjoyable for children and adults alike.


What to eat in Penang

Penang city is renowned as a food paradise as its multi-ethnicity brings forth a variant of mouth-watering local street food and hawker food. Ranked at the top of must-try cuisines includes the signature duck eggs variant of the Penang-style signature Char Koay Teow, Koay Teow Soup Noodle (pork, chewy fish balls and fish cake slices with fish balls submerged in hearty broth) and Assam Laksa (spicy fish-based broth topped with prawn paste and mackerel with smooth vermicelli noodles).

For light eateries, indulge in Penang specialties like the Lor Bak (assorted deep-fried snacks ranging from seasoned meat, fish cake and taiwan sausages, dipped with braised and chili sauce) and Penang Rojak (tropical fruits salad, fried fritters and cuttlefish mixed with seafood paste and crushed peanut) and Cendol (shaved ice bottomed with jellies, red beans, coconut milk and a splash of gula melaka (brown sugar) and condensed milk.


Where to stay In Penang

Be it a luxurious stay in a 4-star Hotel Jen Penang, best family stay in Armenian Street Hotel Penang or budget-friendly Kimberley Hotel Penang in Penang. offers both quality and comfortable accommodation in Penang, Malaysia. is an ideal place for value-conscious travellers who seek for convenient stay in Penang. recommends strategic location & budget-friendly accomodations perfect for both business & leisure travellers. Travel worry-free by choosing from 543 excellent hotels with 31964 genuine reviews on .


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