Top attractions in Penang
The heritage attractions around Georgetown are a must visit. You will not find anything similar anywhere else in the region or the world.
Kapitan Keling Mosque
The Kapitan Keling Mosque is opulent with history rewinding to the 1700s, be ready to explore a masterpiece by a German architect.
Built 100 years ago, Khoo Kongsi is a gem nestled in the hustle and bustle of Georgetown city. Be ready to explore the culture and tradition of the Khoo clan.
Pinang Peranakan Mansion
The Pinang Peranakan Mansion is a perfect bygone testament to exhibit Penang’s abundance diversity in history, culture and tradition.
Streets of Georgetown
With series of stories to tell, avid travellers from all around the world will not be disappointed exploring all streets of Georgetown.
Being part of the Penang Heritage Trail, the Clan Jetties is known as one of the ancient Chinese settlements on the Island.
Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion
Build in a Teochew style with a strong traditional Hakka essence, the Cheong Fatt Tze mansion is full of character and welcomes visitors from all walks of life.
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 also has many attractions beyond Georgetown. Here are a few must see a short distance from Georgetown.
Kek Lok Si Temple
It is famously known as the Temple of Supreme Bliss, claimed to be the largest in Southeast Asia and possesses great interiors. The best time to explore it is during the Spring Festival.
A good place to unwind, Gurney Drive has it all – amazing beach view, great food and a mix of modern as well as traditional aesthetics.
Known as “Bukit Bendera”, Penang Hill offers many interesting activities and picturesque view to be relished by visitors.
Penang Botanic Gardens
An old quarry turned into a breath-taking landscape of gardens, those who come to Penang should set foot on the Penang Botanic Garden to experience the inviting greenery.