PENANG

A quaint little island, nicknamed The Pearl of the Orient, fondly regarded as the food capital of Malaysia. Situated to the northwest of the Peninsular Malaysia, Penang’s beautiful coasts and sandy beaches in Batu Ferringhi with exotic sights have made the island one of the most popular destinations in the region.

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008, Penang exudes old world charm, rich in traditions and mix cultures. Its harmonious multiracial community and well-preserved heritage buildings dotted across Georgetown indicated this.

Must Visits

Pantai Kerachut

PANTAI KERACHUT
has a beautiful lake with turtles breeding habitat

Monkey Beach Teluk Duyung

MONKEY BEACH (TELUK DUYUNG)
a secluded beach with exquisite views

Kek Lok Si Temple at Air Itam

KEK LOK SI TEMPLE AT AIR ITAM
reputed to be the most beautiful and largest temple
in Southeast Asia

the exotic Spice Garden

THE EXOTIC SPICE GARDEN

Penang Bird Park

PENANG BIRD PARK

the romantic peak of Penang Hill

THE ROMANTIC PEAK OF PENANG HILL

Fort Cornwallis

FORT CORNWALLIS
the site of Francis Light’s first landing

Pantai Acheh Forest Reserves

PANTAI ACHEH FOREST RESERVES
full of adventurous trekking through rich rainforest with
exotic flora and fauna

“To Work Towards a Cleaner, Greener,
Healthier and Safer Penang.”

Cleaner Greener Penang