Attractions for kids in Penang
Penang is generally a kids-friendly place to visit. Most of the major attractions are suitable for kids. However, if you want to spoil your kids with some kids attractions, here are some suggestions.
Made in Penang Interactive Museum
Made in Penang Interactive Museum is the first and the largest interactive museum in Penang. The museum is located in Behn-Meyer Building near the ferry terminal.
Upside Down Museum
Upside Down Museum is set to look like a normal regular home. It has every regular home has, a living room, a bedroom, a kitchen, a toilet and a laundry area. However, it comes with a twist. Everything in the house is upside down.
Georgetown Street Art
Spread out magnificently around the city of Georgetown, one will be captivated with the wonders of Street Arts in this city. Get ready to be mesmerized.
Penang Time Tunnel
The Penang Time Tunnel is no doubt one of Penang’s top tourist destinations which provide a thorough historical chronology of the Island. One of its attractions is a 2D and 3D mural gallery.
Known as “Bukit Bendera”, Penang Hill offers many interesting activities and picturesque view to be relished by visitors.
Batu Ferringhi is a splendid beach that offers visitors amazing sights, great water activities as well as unique items sold at its famous night market!
Penang Bird Park
With a total of 3,000 birds, the Penang Bird Park is the first and the largest bird park in the Malaysia.
Penang Butterfly Farm
Founded in 1986, the Penang Butterfly Farm’s main objective is to introduce and promote entomology to the public. It has evolved to be a tourist attraction and conservation center for butterflies.
Penang Toy Museum
Penang Toy Museum is a toy museum that has the collection of 110,000 toys, dolls and other collectible items. The museum is the largest toy museum in the world. It was also awarded by the Malaysian Book of Records as the first toy museum in the country.
Escape Theme Park Penang
Escape Theme Park Penang offers 2-in-1 water park and adventure course. The water park acts as an alternative to the beach and the adventure course has become a favorite among the adventure seekers on the island.
The Teddyville Museum displays the first and the largest collection of Teddy Bears in Malaysia. The bears come from various nations and eras. The first batches ever made is as early as the 1900’s. The bears ranges from miniature to human sized.