About Penang

Penang is a Malaysian island off the Malay Peninsula in the Strait of Malacca. In George Town, the capital of Penang state, foreign influences are evident in landmarks like colonial Fort Cornwallis, Chinese clan temple Khoo Kongsi and Indian-style Kapitan Keling Mosque. Other notable religious sites include the Chinese Goddess of Mercy Temple, the Buddhist Kek Lok Si Temple, and the Hindu Sri Mahamariamman Temple. State-run Muzium Negeri Pulau Pinang comprises a museum with historical exhibits and a modern art gallery featuring regional works. Visitors can take a funicular tram up nearby Penang Hill for city views. Batu Ferringhi is a popular beach resort area on the north coast. More secluded beaches can be found in Taman Negara Pulau Pinang, a national park that also offers trails and bird-watching.
Kek Lok Si

Kek Lok Si Temple is a Buddhist temple situated in Air Itam, Penang, Malaysia. It is the largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia and is also an important pilgrimage center for Buddhists from Hong Kong, the Philippines, Singapore, and other countries in Southeast Asia.
Fort Cornwallis

Fort Cornwallis is a bastion fort in George Town, Penang, Malaysia, built by the British East India Company in the late 18th century. Fort Cornwallis is the largest standing fort in Malaysia. The fort never engaged in combat during its operational history.
Komtar Tower

Komtar Tower in the city of George Town in Penang, Malaysia, is the state's tallest skyscraper and the eleventh-tallest building in Malaysia. Komtar is an acronym for Kompleks Tun Abdul Razak, named after the second Prime Minister of Malaysia.
Penang National Park

Penang National Park spans 1213 hectares of land and sea and is used by scientists, researchers, and nature lovers to explore its natural treasures. Previously known as the Pantai Acheh Forest Reserve, this pristine site is known to harbor 417 flora and 143 fauna species.
Khoo Kongsi

Khoo Kongsi is a large Chinese clan house with elaborate and highly ornamented architecture, a mark of the dominant presence of the Chinese in Penang, Malaysia. The famous Khoo Kongsi is the grandest clan temple in the country. It is also one of the city's major historic attractions.
Penang Hill

Penang Hill is a hill resort comprising a group of peaks on Penang Island, Malaysia. It is located within the Air Itam suburb, 9 km west of the center of George Town. Penang Hill is also known by the Malay name Bukit Bendera, which actually refers to Flagstaff Hill, the most developed peak.
Tropical Spice Garden

Tropical Spice Garden is a tropical landscape with over 500 plant species, plus garden tours, night walks, and cooking courses.
Sri Mahamariamman Temple

Sri Mahamariamman Temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Founded in 1873, it is situated at the edge of Chinatown in Jalan Bandar. In 1968, a new structure was built, featuring the ornate 'Raja Gopuram' tower in the style of South Indian temples.
Pinang Peranakan Mansion

Pinang Peranakan Mansion is an opulent 19th-century mansion, now a heritage museum famous for antiques and appearances on TV shows.
Wat Chaiyamangkalaram

Wat Chayamangkalaram is a Thai temple in Pulau Tikus suburb of George Town, Penang, Malaysia. Situated in Kelawei Road, the temple located close to the Dhammikarama Burmese Temple. It is the oldest Malaysian Siamese temple in the state.
Best Time To Visit Penang

The best time to visit Penang is from November to January when the weather is pleasant.

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