Founded in 1986, the Penang Heritage Trust organizes enthralling tours which highlight the heritage areas. Guides are passionate and knowledgeable as well as equipped with information only the locals can provide.
Known as the oldest Jewish cemetery in Malaysia, the Penang Jewish Cemetery holds more than 107 graves and possesses triangular vaulted-lid caskets which are commonly found in the Middle East.
P. Ramlee’s House is the former house of the legendary Malaysian superstar, Tan Sri Datuk Amar Dr. P. Ramlee. A multi-talented entertainer, this house exhibits his personal mementos.
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 the Millionaire’s Mile, the Millionaire’s Row is similar to the exclusive residential neighborhood of Boca Raton, Palm Beach, Florida. Situated in an esplanade, it houses the Penang’s elite and is occupied by the descendants of the original wealthy Chinese tycoons.
The Bao Sheng Durian Farm is a place to go for durian enthusiasts. With an option to visit for a day or stay overnight, visitors will have the pleasure to learn more about the different tastes that the durians have.
Nestled strategically on the hilly terrain in Teluk Bahang, the Penang Fruit Farm has three main objectives: to conserve, educate and promote to the people a positive approach towards eco/agro-tourism.
The Arulmigu Karumariamman Temple had humble beginnings more than a hundred years ago. It was built to cater the needs of the estate workers residing in the Paduma Estate, Perai. It is the largest Hindu temple in Malaysia.