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Penang Main Attractions

Penang

A UNESCO World Heritage city holds many of colonial-era buildings to this day.  Do visit Penang Hill, Snake Temple, Kek Lok Si Temple, Dhammikarma Burmese Temple, War Chaiyanabgalaram, Batu Feringgi and Gurney Drive. Penang is also a foodie paradise.

Kek Lok Si Temple

  • Address: Kek Lok Si Temple ,11500 Ayer Itam, Penang
  • Phone: 04-8283317

Built since the year 1891, Kek Lok Si Temple situated in the island of Penang, Malaysia, is one of the largest and finest temples complexes in Southeast Asia.

Kek Lok Si Temple
Kek Lok Si Temple

There are millions of magnificent images of Buddha and hundreds of beautiful carvings, sculptures and murals. The images are in the interior, outside, Pagodas and archways of the temple halls. Kek Lok Si Temple is not just a center for Chinese culture and Buddha teaching, but also a unique heritage treasures. The temples Mahayana Buddhism is a traditional Chinese rituals blend into a harmonious whole, in temple architecture and daily activities of worshipers.

Kek Lok Si Temple
Kek Lok Si Temple
  • Email: email@kekloksitemple.com
  • Website: www.kekloksitemple.com

Penang Hill

Penang Hill was the first colonial hill station developed in Peninsular Malaysia. Comprising Western Hill, Bukit Laksamana, Tiger Hill, Flagstaff Hill and Government Hill, it is located six km away from Georgetown. The hilly and forested area is the state’s primary hill resort.

Penang Hill
Penang Hill

Penang Hill was the first colonial hill station developed in Peninsular Malaysia. Comprising Western Hill, Bukit Laksamana, Tiger Hill, Flagstaff Hill and Government Hill, it is located six km away from Georgetown. The hilly and forested area is the state’s primary hill resort.

Penang Hill Malaysia
Penang Hill

At the top of the hill, you’ll find a tea kiosk, restaurants, souvenir stalls, a mosque, Hindu temple, and the old Bellevue hotel. The summit offers a magnificent panoramic view of Georgetown,  the mainland and Penang Bridge.

The best time to visit Penang Hill is early morning.

Penang Hill Malaysia
Penang Hill Malaysia

How to Reach: The station to get to the top is located in Air Itam. From Georgetown, take a Transit Link bus No 1, or No 101, or Lim Seng bus No 91, or minibus No 21 from Lebuh Chulia to the Air Itam Terminal. Penang Hill has a population of about 1000 locals.

The funicular at the railway station takes you to the top and it will cost you RM4.50  for one way. The train leaves the station at 6.30am and at half hourly intervals.


Fort Cornwallis

  • Open Daily from 9am – 10pm
  • Tickets: Adult: RM 20.00, Children: RM 10.00
  • Telephone: +04 263 9855

Fort Cornwallis, first built in timber on this site by Captain Francis Light in 1786, is one of the most important structures in the region. The building seen today was opened by Light in 1793 and upgraded in 1804, though with a surrounding moat.

Fort Cornwallis
Fort Cornwallis

The fort represented British protection and stability in a region of uncertainty, enabling the growth of Penang’s uniquely rich and diverse population. Its military status was downgraded in 1897 and it became a base for police and volunteer forces. Japanese troops occupied Fort Cornwallis in WWII, utilising it and the Esplanade for warehouses.

Fort Cornwallis
Fort Cornwallis
  • Address: Jalan Tun Syed Sheh Barakbah, 10200 George Town, Penang
  • FAX: +04 263 9855
  • E-mail: theesplanadepark@gmail.com
  • Website: http://www.theesplanadepark.com.my

Adventure Zone Theme Park

  • Opening Hours: 10am to 7pm
  • Address: Jalan Batu Ferringhi, Kampung Tanjung Huma, 11100 Batu Ferringhi, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
  • Tel: +604 886 1911

A Hotel based amusement park with all-age activities, including slides, video games & a playground.

Adventure Zone Malaysia
Adventure Zone Theme Park

The Adventure Zone is a unique family entertainment center for children and adults. A 10,300sq.Ft. comprehensive indoor facility caters to family-style activities where children, teens and adults can interact together in a safe environment.

Adventure Zone Malaysia
Adventure Zone Theme Park

Housed within this air-conditioned facility are three categories of exciting drop slides and multiple sections of modular play equipment. Other facilities include a multi-use reception area, retail and snack counter, toddler zone, kids club and child-friendly restrooms.

Dress Code

  • Socks must be worn when on the play equipment
  • Long sleeve shirts must be worn when using any of the slides
  • No wet clothes or swimming costumes in the play equipment area

Entry fee for Resort Guests

  • Children: MYR 48 net for half-day package, or MYR 24 net per two-hour session
  • Adults enter free with paying children

Entry fee for Local visitors/Non-registered guests

  • Children: MYR 35 net per two-hour session
  • Adults enter free with paying children     
  • Age Group: Catering to all ages – Toddlers to adults

 


Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani Temple

  • Address: 17, Jalan Kebun Bunga, Pulau Tikus, 10350 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

The Balathandayuthapani Temple, officially the Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani Kovil, better known as the Waterfall Hill Temple or “Thaneer Malai” by locals. Being one of the oldest temples in Malaysia, Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani Hilltop Templehas had a long history from its humble beginning at the base of a waterfall in 1782 to its subsequent relocation to a 11 acre site in 1850 before moving to its final abode; perched majestically high in the hills of Jalan Kebun Bunga, about 30 meters higher than its previous structure built in 1850.

This new temple complex was constructed on a safer location after much deliberation and study, to accommodate the ever-growing influx of devotees. The grand consecration ceremony (Kumbabishegam) of the newly completed Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani temple was held on the 29th of June 2012.

Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani Temple
Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani Temple

Devotees and visitors need to climb over 500 steps to get to the temple, which makes the temple higher than the one in Batu Caves. Although this may sound like a daunting feat, the breathtaking view on top is worth the effort.

Half way to the top, visitors will arrive at the old Lord Murugan temple, which was built in 1850. This is the former main venue for Thaipusam celebrations (1850-2012).


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