In Georgetown from Love lane to Armenian street let us show you around the gorgeous refurbished and painted heritage buildings which turned into beautiful hotels, guest houses, art galleries and tea and coffee houses.
This ethnic Indian enclave is definitely a must visit with its colorful spice and traditional Indian clothing shops selling mostly saree, silk and cotton, almost anything that has the essence of India and the oldest Hindu temple in Penang, Sri Mahamariamman Temple is located here.
Part of the heritage trail this settlement is a unique place to visit. This 19th century historical place was built by Chinese immigrants.
Religious worship places on Masjid Kapitan Keling Street.
A unique place representing the multi culture society of Malaysia.
The Kapitan Keling Mosque (Masjid Kapitan Keling), St. George church, Kuan Yin Temple, Cathedral of Assumption, Khoo Kongsi and Mahamariamman Temple.
You can either climb the hill (about 833 meters above sea level) on foot or take the new Swiss made Funicular Tram up to the hill to enjoy lunch, cooler weather, magnificent views and greenery’s.
Kek Lok Si Temple
Known as the Ten Thousand Buddhist Temple. It is the largest monastery complex in South-East Asia. Beside the temple is the tallest pavilion in the world, which houses the statue of the Kuan Yin or Goddess of Mercy.
Also known as the waterfall gardens or monkey park is a natural heritage site the first official Botanic Garden in Malaysia established in 1798 and was a trading port of the East India Company. Supervised by Mohamed Haniff (1872 – 1930) A Pioneer Malaysian Botanist many jungles and scaled peaks in the Malay Peninsula where explored to collect and prepare thousands of plant specimens which were used as a data base for Malaysian plant species.
Fort Cornwallis, Queen Victoria Memorial Clock Tower
An 1897 sixty feet tall Jubilee clock to Commemorate Queen Victoria and the late 1700’s build fort named after Governor-General Charles Cornwallis
Thai and Burmese Temple
Wat Chaiyamangkalaram, the Thai temple built in1845 donated by Queen Victoria to the Thai Communities and the largest Buddhist temple in Penang. Opposite is the Dhamikarama Burmese Temple founded in 1803 makes it the oldest Burmese Buddhist temple ever built in Malaysia.
Featuring more than 4,000 butterflies from more than 120 groups as well as other insects and reptiles.
Tropical spice garden
An 8 acre collection award winning spice garden and South East Asia’s only tropical spice garden and culinary school.
Teluk Bahang Fisherman village
Teluk Bahang is a friendly fishing village. The name Teluk Bahang means the “Bay of Heat Wave”. Teluk Bahang is the entrance for the Penang National Park, which is free of charge.
Driver's hotel or place to stay
Free mineral water provided in the vehicle
Vehicle parking fee
Free WiFi in the transport
George Town Penang Malaysia