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Penang, Malaysia is a sea island connected to the mainland by the nearly 14-kilometer long Penang cable stayed bridge that is famous for being great works in Southeast Asia. Penang Island not only has a natural beauty in harmony with the rippling blue sea and majestic greatness, but also attracts visitors by busy shopping malls and impressive colorful old town, especially if having a change to come here, you definitely have to experience a resort at coastal resorts to feel the beauty of this land.

Discover the super attractive tourist attractions here!

George town old town:

Georgetown is the capital of Penang, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with lots of British colonial buildings, old villas, Chinese restaurants, religious sites and more. In particular, Harmony Street is the most interesting destination, the perfect embodiment of Malaysia's cultural diversity with a place of worshiping many different religions on the street.

One of the things to do when coming here is to join the walking tour to all the attractions in Georgetown to explore this place to its fullest view. In addition, a cyclo ride through all of the city's heritage is equally interesting.

Kek Lok Si

Supreme Bliss Temple, also known as Kek Lok Si is one of the largest Buddhist temples in Southeast Asia, located in Crane Mountain-top. When you come here, you will admire the bronze statue of Guanyin, the goddess of mercy, at 30 meters high as well as a seven-story temple with more than 10,000 Buddhas.

The temple is located facing the sea, so you can enjoy a panoramic view while standing on the temple. If you happen to visit the temple during the Lunar New Year, you can admire the Kek Lok Si Temple decorated with thousands of brightly lanterns.

Penang hill:

Penang Hill is one of the most popular tourist attractions, only about 3 km from Kek Lok Si Temple, commonly known by locals as Flagstaff Hill or Bukit Bendera. The best way to get to Penang Hill is by taking the mountain train, which will take you up 833 meters with perfect views.

There are many things waiting for you to explore on the top of Penang Hill, from nature to the traditional temples and mosques, museums and stunning scenery below. Don't forget to take some "virtual life" pictures again.

Tropical Spice Garden:

A trip to Penang is incomplete without a day's visit to the Tropical Spice Garden, the first of its kind in Southeast Asia. This 8-acre lush green garden has over 500 species of flora and fauna for you to explore!

You can choose to go with a tour guide or with an audio guide, and whatever you choose, you'll learn new things, and meet a few species of plants you've never seen before! After going through the garden, you can go to the outdoor cafes to see the Strait of Malacca, relax and watch the beautiful natural landscape.

Pinang Peranakan Villa

Peranakan culture is unique in Malaysia and Singapore and the most prominent presence is in Penang. The Pinang Peranakan villa used to be a typical home of a Baba-Nyonya family and now serves as a museum to educate visitors on the interesting cultural history of Peranakan.

Step into this traditional century-old house and admire antique furniture, eclectic paintings, carved wood panels, traditional memorabilia, artifacts and more!

Enjoying Penang Cuisine

Penang is famous for many delicious street food in Asia, spending time exploring all of Penang's cuisine is of course something you cannot ignore.

To immerse yourself in the culinary world in Penang, join the culinary heritage tour to "sweep" all the delicious local dishes.

This popular Indian Muslim dish originating from Penang, is a favorite of the locals. It is hard to resist when seeing the Nasi Kandar curry rice stalls with so many dishes on the counter like a real banquet.

There are so many exciting activities in Penang that you definitely won't want to miss. Visit Penang once and you will probably never want to leave again.