Straits Quay is the first and only seafront retail marina in Penang. Explore the food, fun and festivity by-the-sea. Not to mention one of the best firework show at New Year’s eve.
This is a new hidden gem with its futuristic garden as well as the collection of magical giant trees. Experience the Pandora adventure unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.
Don’t miss watersports activities as it is the most popular activity with Penang Water Sports Centre based here. Not to mention the spectacular natural landscape and beautiful beach to explore!
Consists of a white sandy and long stretch of soft beach along the road, filled with lots of dining options and the legendary night market.
This is Malaysia’s first floating mosque with an accommodation of 1,500 worshippers, its architecture combines local and Middle Eastern elements making it an awe-inspiring sight.
Tropical Spice Garden with over 500 varieties of exotic fauna and flora (with an emphasis on spices), spread over 8 acres of secondary jungle.
ESCAPE is the fun destination with games and exciting rides hosted in a natural environment. The games and rides are designed for a wide range of age groups, abilities, and energy levels.
Discover the living outdoor gardens, The Natureland, and indoor discovery centre, The Cocoon. Throughout Entopia’s entire exhibition, there are over 150 species of flora and fauna being showcased.
The Penang Botanic Gardens is a public park situated on Jalan Air Terjun in George Town, Penang. With the cascading waterfall nearby, it is also known as the “Waterfall Gardens”.
Gurney Drive is perhaps one of the most well-known places in Penang. It is a deluge of hawker delights and exciting restaurants that come alive at nighttime.
Gurney Plaza is a waterfront shopping mall with three anchor tenants: Golden Screen Cinemas, Parkson Grand and Cold Storage supermarket. The nine-storey mall houses over 380 stores with brands such as Coach, Fossil, Versace, and more.
Gurney Paragon Mall is home to more than 40 fashion boutiques and 30 restaurants. What makes Paragon unique is that there is a 1925 chapel, St. Joseph’s Novitiate, beautifully restored and incorporated into the mall’s layout design.
Wat Chaiya Mangkalaram Temple is the largest Thai temple in Penang. Built in 1845, it is home to a reclining Buddha image, said to be the third largest in the world.
Komtar is a 65-storey high rise tower and a most prominent landmarks in Penang. Its lower floors are retail spaces while upstairs are office lots. Its 58th floor viewing deck offers views of the island.
Kuan Yin Temple is Penang’s oldest temple built in 1728 and was constructed by early immigrant settlers from China. It was one of the most magnificent Chinese-style structures in northern Malaysia.
Georgetown manages to embrace modernity while retaining its colonial traditions. The well-preserved heritage buildings has been listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site.