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Guidebook for Penang Mainland (Butterworth) & Island

Mr D And Miss Wong
Mr D And Miss Wong
Csatlakozás éve: 2016
Mr D And Miss Wong

Guidebook for Penang Mainland (Butterworth) & Island

Sightseeing
It is one of the longest bridge in SEA and a must see if you are in Penang
Penang Bridge
It is one of the longest bridge in SEA and a must see if you are in Penang
This is the highest point in whole Penang state (Penang Island and mainland). To go up, you can either take the cable car (approximately 7mins journey or jungle track). It is similar to Victoria Peak in Hong Kong
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Sky Walk
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This is the highest point in whole Penang state (Penang Island and mainland). To go up, you can either take the cable car (approximately 7mins journey or jungle track). It is similar to Victoria Peak in Hong Kong
This is the lagest Chinese Temple in South East Asia. Would strongly recommend you to visit this inconic temple unless due to religion purposes, you are not advisable to visit a Chinese Temple
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Kek Lok Si Temple
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This is the lagest Chinese Temple in South East Asia. Would strongly recommend you to visit this inconic temple unless due to religion purposes, you are not advisable to visit a Chinese Temple
This is a very unique Chinese Temple and could be one and the only one temple with SNAKES around the temple. Would strongly recommend you to visit this temple unless due to religion purposes, you are not advisable to visit a Chinese Temple
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Snake Temple
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This is a very unique Chinese Temple and could be one and the only one temple with SNAKES around the temple. Would strongly recommend you to visit this temple unless due to religion purposes, you are not advisable to visit a Chinese Temple
This is one of the most popular place for locals and tourists. You can get local authentic foods next to Gurney Plaza, lots of restaurants in the shopping malls (namely Gurney Plaza & Paragon Mall), hotels, high rise super condominium and restaurants along this bay. Also the great view of this wonderful bay. Coming up Gurney Wharf will be making this place even more attractive and beautiful.
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Gurney Drive
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This is one of the most popular place for locals and tourists. You can get local authentic foods next to Gurney Plaza, lots of restaurants in the shopping malls (namely Gurney Plaza & Paragon Mall), hotels, high rise super condominium and restaurants along this bay. Also the great view of this wonderful bay. Coming up Gurney Wharf will be making this place even more attractive and beautiful.
If you love natural then you should not missed out this place. There are hundreds of different species trees in this reserve land, but also monkeys and birds around this garden. However please take care of yourself especially your kids if you would like to play or even feed with the monkeys as these are wild monkeys from the forests and could be harmful.
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Botanical Garden
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If you love natural then you should not missed out this place. There are hundreds of different species trees in this reserve land, but also monkeys and birds around this garden. However please take care of yourself especially your kids if you would like to play or even feed with the monkeys as these are wild monkeys from the forests and could be harmful.
As the name of this place, would recommend you to explore this place and find it out yourself.
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Penang Avatar Secret Garden
336 Jalan Tokong Thai Pak Koong
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As the name of this place, would recommend you to explore this place and find it out yourself.
Penang state include an island and mainland which is simiilar to Hong Kong if you would like to imagine how it is. Island and mainland of Penang are connected with two (2) bridges and also Ferry service (passengers, bikes and cars). This is a must to try if you are visiting Penang to experience the Ferry ride here while enjoying the magnificent view of the island and mainland, also the Penang 1st beidge
Penang Ferry
Penang state include an island and mainland which is simiilar to Hong Kong if you would like to imagine how it is. Island and mainland of Penang are connected with two (2) bridges and also Ferry service (passengers, bikes and cars). This is a must to try if you are visiting Penang to experience the Ferry ride here while enjoying the magnificent view of the island and mainland, also the Penang 1st beidge
This is more than 100 years old Church which worth to explore
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St Anne's Church
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This is more than 100 years old Church which worth to explore
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Chew Jetty
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The Butterworth Tow Boo Kong Temple 北海斗母宫 is the biggest Nice Empreror temple in Malaysia. It is located on Jalan Raja Uda.This temple began since 1971. The present structure was completed on 26 April 2000, at a cost of RM7 million. Every year, the Nine Emperor Gods Festival is held on the ninth day of the ninth lunar month. This is when the spirit of the Nine Emperor Gods. which are believed to dwell in the stars descend to earth and possess the spirit mediums, putting them on a trance. During the Nine Emperor Gods Festival, stalls are set up to sell vegetarian food and special Kew Ong Yah vegetarian food and special Kew Ong Yah vegetarian cakes and goodies.
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Temple Of Nine Emperor
894 & 896, MK14 Jalan Raja Uda
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The Butterworth Tow Boo Kong Temple 北海斗母宫 is the biggest Nice Empreror temple in Malaysia. It is located on Jalan Raja Uda.This temple began since 1971. The present structure was completed on 26 April 2000, at a cost of RM7 million. Every year, the Nine Emperor Gods Festival is held on the ninth day of the ninth lunar month. This is when the spirit of the Nine Emperor Gods. which are believed to dwell in the stars descend to earth and possess the spirit mediums, putting them on a trance. During the Nine Emperor Gods Festival, stalls are set up to sell vegetarian food and special Kew Ong Yah vegetarian food and special Kew Ong Yah vegetarian cakes and goodies.
Penang Sentral, a new centre of connectivity opened its door on 22Nov2018. It is a new hub for integrated transportation, integrating rail, ferry, bus (local & intercity) and taxi services. This is Penang sentral, your getaway to the Northern Corridor of Malaysia. There are restaurants, fast foods, cafes, coffee shops, convenient stores at your convenience. luggage locker, ATM, money changer even a clinic inside this building.
Penang Sentral
Penang Sentral, a new centre of connectivity opened its door on 22Nov2018. It is a new hub for integrated transportation, integrating rail, ferry, bus (local & intercity) and taxi services. This is Penang sentral, your getaway to the Northern Corridor of Malaysia. There are restaurants, fast foods, cafes, coffee shops, convenient stores at your convenience. luggage locker, ATM, money changer even a clinic inside this building.
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Penang Street Art
316 Beach St
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The internet is going crazy with the latest park (opened on Nov2018) in Penang – Central Park Batu Kawan! In case you missed it, you may google and see how nice the pictures taken at this park! It’s the first-of-its-kind park covering a 10.12ha plot at Aspen Vision City in Bandar Cassia, Batu Kawan, Penang. The modern community park designed with lush landscaping, amenities and attractions sits right in the heart of Aspen Vision City, a mega-scaled mixed development project in Bandar Cassia, Batu Kawan near Nibong Tebal
Central Park Batu Kawan
The internet is going crazy with the latest park (opened on Nov2018) in Penang – Central Park Batu Kawan! In case you missed it, you may google and see how nice the pictures taken at this park! It’s the first-of-its-kind park covering a 10.12ha plot at Aspen Vision City in Bandar Cassia, Batu Kawan, Penang. The modern community park designed with lush landscaping, amenities and attractions sits right in the heart of Aspen Vision City, a mega-scaled mixed development project in Bandar Cassia, Batu Kawan near Nibong Tebal
Opened in 1986, the Penang Butterfly Farm – located in Teluk Bahang – is one of Penang’s best known and most popular tourist attractions. The eight-hectare butterfly sanctuary houses an impressively varied collection of butterfly species as well as an assortment of other insects. The farm sits at the foot of the Teluk Bahang hills – between the Taman Rimba Park and Teluk Bahang village. It features more than 4,000 butterflies from more than 120 groups as well as other insects and reptiles.
Penang Butterfly Farm, Jalan Teluk Bahang
Opened in 1986, the Penang Butterfly Farm – located in Teluk Bahang – is one of Penang’s best known and most popular tourist attractions. The eight-hectare butterfly sanctuary houses an impressively varied collection of butterfly species as well as an assortment of other insects. The farm sits at the foot of the Teluk Bahang hills – between the Taman Rimba Park and Teluk Bahang village. It features more than 4,000 butterflies from more than 120 groups as well as other insects and reptiles.
The Penang Snake Temple is about three km from the airport in Sungai Kluang, Bayan Lepas. Built in honour of Chor Soo Kong, a Buddhist priest and healer, legend has it that the monk gave shelter to the snakes and when the temple was completed after his death, they moved in on their own. After that, the snakes were believed to the disciples of the priest, so it became the home to several resident venomous Wagler’s pit vipers and green tree snakes. The temple is also known as the Temple of the Azure Cloud or Pure Cloud Temple and was constructed in 1850 as a result of a generous donation from a Scotsman, David Brown, whom Chor Soo Kong is said to have healed of an incurable disease using local medicine.
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Snake Temple, Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah
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The Penang Snake Temple is about three km from the airport in Sungai Kluang, Bayan Lepas. Built in honour of Chor Soo Kong, a Buddhist priest and healer, legend has it that the monk gave shelter to the snakes and when the temple was completed after his death, they moved in on their own. After that, the snakes were believed to the disciples of the priest, so it became the home to several resident venomous Wagler’s pit vipers and green tree snakes. The temple is also known as the Temple of the Azure Cloud or Pure Cloud Temple and was constructed in 1850 as a result of a generous donation from a Scotsman, David Brown, whom Chor Soo Kong is said to have healed of an incurable disease using local medicine.
Penang is Malaysia’s top destination after Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital city. Penang is famous for its beaches, food and heritage culture. George Town, Penang’s capital was once like a forbidden or “no go” area – only for the brave and curious. It was a sorry sight of old crumbling buildings. The street art in Penang is about so much more than an interactive backdrop for your Instagram photos, the murals illustrate the story of George Town. Sculptures explain how roads got their names, signs describe the heritage of the area and large-scale portraits represent George Town businesses, past and present.
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Penang Street Art
316 Beach St
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Penang is Malaysia’s top destination after Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital city. Penang is famous for its beaches, food and heritage culture. George Town, Penang’s capital was once like a forbidden or “no go” area – only for the brave and curious. It was a sorry sight of old crumbling buildings. The street art in Penang is about so much more than an interactive backdrop for your Instagram photos, the murals illustrate the story of George Town. Sculptures explain how roads got their names, signs describe the heritage of the area and large-scale portraits represent George Town businesses, past and present.
Penang Bird Park is the first and largest bird park in Malaysia. Established in 1988, the RM1.2 million complex is home to over 300 species of birds (150 of which are of local origin) ranging from kingfishers and tiny exotic sunbirds to vulturine guineafowl and huge, gigantic eight ft-tall ostriches. Located in Seberang Jaya, within the beautifully- landscaped, five-acre Penang Bird Park are two walk-in aviaries and two geodesic-domed enclosures, resembling the birds’ natural habitat. This allows for free roaming pelicans, flamingos, swans, storks mandarin ducks and other kinds of birds.
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Penang Bird Park
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Penang Bird Park is the first and largest bird park in Malaysia. Established in 1988, the RM1.2 million complex is home to over 300 species of birds (150 of which are of local origin) ranging from kingfishers and tiny exotic sunbirds to vulturine guineafowl and huge, gigantic eight ft-tall ostriches. Located in Seberang Jaya, within the beautifully- landscaped, five-acre Penang Bird Park are two walk-in aviaries and two geodesic-domed enclosures, resembling the birds’ natural habitat. This allows for free roaming pelicans, flamingos, swans, storks mandarin ducks and other kinds of birds.
The things to look out for in the fort is a statue of Captain Francis Light, other than this, there are the canons which are named Sri Rambai. There is a legend that if any infertile places visit the canon and place a flower inside the barrel, she will be able to conceive. You will be able to know the history of East India Company and Penang from here.
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Fort Cornwallis, Lebuh Light
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The things to look out for in the fort is a statue of Captain Francis Light, other than this, there are the canons which are named Sri Rambai. There is a legend that if any infertile places visit the canon and place a flower inside the barrel, she will be able to conceive. You will be able to know the history of East India Company and Penang from here.
The City Hall is the local government headquarters in the city of George Town in Penang, Malaysia. Built by the British, it now serves as the seat of the Penang Island City Council and was previously the seat of the George Town City Council. Originally completed in 1903 as the Municipal Offices, the building was erected at a cost of $100,000 to relieve the demand for office space at the adjacent Town Hall.[1][2] The name City Hall dates back to the grant of city status to George Town in 1957. Both the City Hall and the Town Hall are located at Esplanade Road, overlooking the historic parade ground (the Padang) within the Esplanade. The buildings are also situated within George Town's UNESCO World Heritage Site.
MBPP
The City Hall is the local government headquarters in the city of George Town in Penang, Malaysia. Built by the British, it now serves as the seat of the Penang Island City Council and was previously the seat of the George Town City Council. Originally completed in 1903 as the Municipal Offices, the building was erected at a cost of $100,000 to relieve the demand for office space at the adjacent Town Hall.[1][2] The name City Hall dates back to the grant of city status to George Town in 1957. Both the City Hall and the Town Hall are located at Esplanade Road, overlooking the historic parade ground (the Padang) within the Esplanade. The buildings are also situated within George Town's UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Founded in 1846, St. Anne’s Church Bukit Mertajam is one of the most famous Catholic Churches in Malaysia. Its original shrine was built in 1888 and is the highlight of the church’s annual Feast of St. Anne. Held in late July, the 10-day feast draws in thousands of pilgrims from around the world. However, if you’re not a fan of large crowds, the church is equally beautiful all year round. Right next to the historical shrine is the new church that was built in 2002, one of the biggest in Malaysia. The surrounding church grounds exude a calm, serene ambience, making it a popular spot for photography and evening walks.
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St Anne's Church
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Founded in 1846, St. Anne’s Church Bukit Mertajam is one of the most famous Catholic Churches in Malaysia. Its original shrine was built in 1888 and is the highlight of the church’s annual Feast of St. Anne. Held in late July, the 10-day feast draws in thousands of pilgrims from around the world. However, if you’re not a fan of large crowds, the church is equally beautiful all year round. Right next to the historical shrine is the new church that was built in 2002, one of the biggest in Malaysia. The surrounding church grounds exude a calm, serene ambience, making it a popular spot for photography and evening walks.
urney Drive, otherwise known as Persiaran Gurney, is perhaps one of the most well-known places in Penang. Often referred to as ‘The New Esplanade’ (to differentiate it from the original Esplanade in Georgetown), Gurney Drive is a deluge of hawker delights and exciting restaurants that come alive at nighttime, giving the unique experience of dining by the sea. Gurney Drive was named after Sir Henry Gurney, a Malayan High Commissioner who was assassinated by the guerrillas of the Malayan Communist Party during the Emergency period in the early 1950s.
Gurney Drive
urney Drive, otherwise known as Persiaran Gurney, is perhaps one of the most well-known places in Penang. Often referred to as ‘The New Esplanade’ (to differentiate it from the original Esplanade in Georgetown), Gurney Drive is a deluge of hawker delights and exciting restaurants that come alive at nighttime, giving the unique experience of dining by the sea. Gurney Drive was named after Sir Henry Gurney, a Malayan High Commissioner who was assassinated by the guerrillas of the Malayan Communist Party during the Emergency period in the early 1950s.
Just along Jalan Raja Uda (Immediately after the old Nine-Emperor Gods Temple). This is a place offers a wide range of local authentic foods on day and night (before 1030pm).
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Temple Of Nine Emperor
894 & 896, MK14 Jalan Raja Uda
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Just along Jalan Raja Uda (Immediately after the old Nine-Emperor Gods Temple). This is a place offers a wide range of local authentic foods on day and night (before 1030pm).
This is one of the two Nine-Emperor Gods Temples along Jalan Raja Uda and both are worth to pay a visit. And i am sure you will never regret after your trip. FYI it is just about 2km between these 2 temples. This temple has been demolished and rebuild in 2018 and going to complete and open in 2019.
Taman Sin Tat
This is one of the two Nine-Emperor Gods Temples along Jalan Raja Uda and both are worth to pay a visit. And i am sure you will never regret after your trip. FYI it is just about 2km between these 2 temples. This temple has been demolished and rebuild in 2018 and going to complete and open in 2019.
Clan Jetties form part of the Penang Heritage Trail. There used to be seven jetties until one was demolished by fire and now six remain. Billed as one of the last bastions of old Chinese settlements on the island, this waterfront society is home to houses on stilts of various Chinese clans. Located straight down from Lebuh Chulia (beside the Kapitan Kling Mosque) at Pengkalan Weld (Weld Quay), these water villages are over a century old. Each jetty is named after a Chinese clan – the Chew Jetty is the most tourist-friendly with the most stilt-houses, the longest walkway, a temple that is worth stopping by and plenty of places for those Kodak moments.
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Clan Jetties Of Penang
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Clan Jetties form part of the Penang Heritage Trail. There used to be seven jetties until one was demolished by fire and now six remain. Billed as one of the last bastions of old Chinese settlements on the island, this waterfront society is home to houses on stilts of various Chinese clans. Located straight down from Lebuh Chulia (beside the Kapitan Kling Mosque) at Pengkalan Weld (Weld Quay), these water villages are over a century old. Each jetty is named after a Chinese clan – the Chew Jetty is the most tourist-friendly with the most stilt-houses, the longest walkway, a temple that is worth stopping by and plenty of places for those Kodak moments.
The Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah Bridge or Penang Second Bridge E28 (Malay: Jambatan Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah or Jambatan Kedua Pulau Pinang; Chinese: 苏丹阿都哈林跨海大桥; Tamil: சுல்தான் அப்துல் ஹாலிம் முவாட்சாம் ஷா பாலம் or பினாங்கு இரண்டாவது பாலம்) is a dual carriageway toll bridge in Penang, Malaysia. It connects Bandar Cassia (Batu Kawan) in Seberang Perai on mainland Peninsular Malaysia with Batu Maung on Penang Island. It is the second bridge to link the island to the mainland after the first Penang Bridge. The total length of the bridge is 24 km (15 mi) with length over water at 16.9 km (10.5 mi), making it the longest bridge in Malaysia and the longest in Southeast Asia. Construction completed on February 2014.
Second Penang Bridge
The Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah Bridge or Penang Second Bridge E28 (Malay: Jambatan Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah or Jambatan Kedua Pulau Pinang; Chinese: 苏丹阿都哈林跨海大桥; Tamil: சுல்தான் அப்துல் ஹாலிம் முவாட்சாம் ஷா பாலம் or பினாங்கு இரண்டாவது பாலம்) is a dual carriageway toll bridge in Penang, Malaysia. It connects Bandar Cassia (Batu Kawan) in Seberang Perai on mainland Peninsular Malaysia with Batu Maung on Penang Island. It is the second bridge to link the island to the mainland after the first Penang Bridge. The total length of the bridge is 24 km (15 mi) with length over water at 16.9 km (10.5 mi), making it the longest bridge in Malaysia and the longest in Southeast Asia. Construction completed on February 2014.
The Tanjung Bungah Floating Mosque (GPS: 5.46859, 100.27822) is a mosque built on the bay in Tanjung Bungah, Penang. It is a major landmark in the area. Despite its name, the mosque is not actually floating, but rather standing on pilings and stilts. Nevertheless it is the first mosque to be built in the sea in Malaysia (other floating mosques in Malaysia have so far been built in lakes). It was built to replace the old Tanjung Bungah Mosque. The Tanjung Bungah Floating Mosque was built at the cost of 15 million and covers an area of 1295 sq meters. It also has a towering minaret. The height of the minaret is equivalent to that of a seven-storey building. From there, the call to prayers, or azan, is announced at specific times of the day. To ensure no undue congestion along the narrow Tanjung Bungah main road, parking space for about fifty cars was also provided for the mosque. The mosque itself has a capacity of 1500 worshippers.
Floating Mosque of Tanjung Bunga
The Tanjung Bungah Floating Mosque (GPS: 5.46859, 100.27822) is a mosque built on the bay in Tanjung Bungah, Penang. It is a major landmark in the area. Despite its name, the mosque is not actually floating, but rather standing on pilings and stilts. Nevertheless it is the first mosque to be built in the sea in Malaysia (other floating mosques in Malaysia have so far been built in lakes). It was built to replace the old Tanjung Bungah Mosque. The Tanjung Bungah Floating Mosque was built at the cost of 15 million and covers an area of 1295 sq meters. It also has a towering minaret. The height of the minaret is equivalent to that of a seven-storey building. From there, the call to prayers, or azan, is announced at specific times of the day. To ensure no undue congestion along the narrow Tanjung Bungah main road, parking space for about fifty cars was also provided for the mosque. The mosque itself has a capacity of 1500 worshippers.
Food Scene
The local “volcano” hotpots or steamboat is an excellent experience cooking with an old-style burner within a metal pot, with a chimney holding the charcoal. Zi Wei Yuan is famous for its milky flavourful broth which is made by boiling fish bones and yam. Waiters are ready with metal kettles to replenish the steamboat pots with boiling soup. There is a huge vat of boiling soup station in the middle of the restaurant where the waiters refill their kettles.
This is the Chatukchak in Penang. If you have visited Chaktukchak in Bangkok before, you probably have a good idea what i mean. Please visit this place in the morning, weekend morning is recommended :)
Raja Uda Apollo Wet Market
1-13 Lorong Bunga Raya 12
This is the Chatukchak in Penang. If you have visited Chaktukchak in Bangkok before, you probably have a good idea what i mean. Please visit this place in the morning, weekend morning is recommended :)
There are many seafood restaurants over here. Weekend could be quite crowded, would recommend you go there earlier if it is on weekend evening. Also recommend to confirm the price first while making your order especially when comes to Seafood to avoid any unpleasant cases
Batu Kawan
There are many seafood restaurants over here. Weekend could be quite crowded, would recommend you go there earlier if it is on weekend evening. Also recommend to confirm the price first while making your order especially when comes to Seafood to avoid any unpleasant cases
It is a food court where you can basically taste most of the Penang authentic local foods ranging from chinese, malay to Indian
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New World Park
102 Jalan Burma
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It is a food court where you can basically taste most of the Penang authentic local foods ranging from chinese, malay to Indian
Another fantastic place for you to explore Penang authentic foods. Enjoy!!
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New Lane Street Foodstalls
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Another fantastic place for you to explore Penang authentic foods. Enjoy!!
In front of Aroma Hotel at Butterworth Bussiness City Centre is strategically located at the heart of Butterworth. It is just few minutes drive from my place. There are quite number of restaurants for you to choice.
Aroma Hotel
In front of Aroma Hotel at Butterworth Bussiness City Centre is strategically located at the heart of Butterworth. It is just few minutes drive from my place. There are quite number of restaurants for you to choice.
There are quite a few coffee shops on day and night, and also many street stalls sell local authentic foods during lunch and dinner time. However please be there by 9pm as i observed the stalls close quite early recently.
Chai Leng Park
There are quite a few coffee shops on day and night, and also many street stalls sell local authentic foods during lunch and dinner time. However please be there by 9pm as i observed the stalls close quite early recently.
This is a place with quite a few street stalls selling authentic local foods from morning thru night. You may park your car some where close if you are driving and walk to the stalls there. Enjoy your foods
Jelutong Street Market
94 Lorong Batu
This is a place with quite a few street stalls selling authentic local foods from morning thru night. You may park your car some where close if you are driving and walk to the stalls there. Enjoy your foods
Just along Jalan Raja Uda (Immediately after the old Nine-Emperor Gods Temple). This is a place offers a wide range of local authentic foods on day and night (before 1030pm).
Taman Sin Tat
Just along Jalan Raja Uda (Immediately after the old Nine-Emperor Gods Temple). This is a place offers a wide range of local authentic foods on day and night (before 1030pm).
This is the restaurant within this condominium premises. Good ratings from local and oversea guests. Recommended
DE'LAWN
This is the restaurant within this condominium premises. Good ratings from local and oversea guests. Recommended
A place where you can enjoy a wide range of local authentic foods.
槟城渔人码头 Fisherman's Wharf Food Corner Penang
A place where you can enjoy a wide range of local authentic foods.
For those who might not be familiar with this dish, yam rice is more of a (mainland) Penang delicacy. Rice is boiled with chunks of yam and served with a peppery pork soup and spicy chilli paste. Sometimes, you also have the option of enjoying this dish with vinegar-braised pork trotters. The top two favourites are the ones located in the old town of Bukit Mertajam, and the one located in the corner coffee shop off Jalan Sentosa, near the aforementioned St. Anne’s Church.
大山脚芋饭专卖店 YamRice
1 Tingkat Mertajam
For those who might not be familiar with this dish, yam rice is more of a (mainland) Penang delicacy. Rice is boiled with chunks of yam and served with a peppery pork soup and spicy chilli paste. Sometimes, you also have the option of enjoying this dish with vinegar-braised pork trotters. The top two favourites are the ones located in the old town of Bukit Mertajam, and the one located in the corner coffee shop off Jalan Sentosa, near the aforementioned St. Anne’s Church.
Most of the time, when a mainlander mentions Raja Uda, one of the first things which comes to mind is their famous Tom Yam Noodles. Located on Lorong Tanjung Jaya, this tom yam noodle store allows you to add an unlimited amount of different ingredients to your savoury tom yam noodles. From fresh seafood to various meatballs and vegetables, the combinations are endless! Don’t forget to top your noodles with a slice of creamy cheddar cheese for that extra satisfying finish.
Raja Uda Tom Yam
Most of the time, when a mainlander mentions Raja Uda, one of the first things which comes to mind is their famous Tom Yam Noodles. Located on Lorong Tanjung Jaya, this tom yam noodle store allows you to add an unlimited amount of different ingredients to your savoury tom yam noodles. From fresh seafood to various meatballs and vegetables, the combinations are endless! Don’t forget to top your noodles with a slice of creamy cheddar cheese for that extra satisfying finish.
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Zi Wei Yuan Steamboat
6525 Jalan Raja Uda
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Drinks & Nightlife
Basically you can get everything here from 5 star resorts hotels, beautiful beaches, bars, restaurants, food stalls to night markets etc etc.
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Batu Ferringhi
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Basically you can get everything here from 5 star resorts hotels, beautiful beaches, bars, restaurants, food stalls to night markets etc etc.
Situated at the beginning of Jalan Penang, right in front of the historical Eastern & Oriental Hotel, Upper Penang Road is considered the centre of Georgetown’s nightlife. Most popular with expats and Westerners, this major party zone is filled with pubs and nightclubs that come alive with neon lights and thumping music come nighttime, with chairs spilling out onto the pavement for drinking sessions out in the open and the Eastern & Oriental Hotel glowing ethereally in the background. Read more at: http://www.penang.ws/nightlife/georgetown.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
Upper Penang Road UPR
Situated at the beginning of Jalan Penang, right in front of the historical Eastern & Oriental Hotel, Upper Penang Road is considered the centre of Georgetown’s nightlife. Most popular with expats and Westerners, this major party zone is filled with pubs and nightclubs that come alive with neon lights and thumping music come nighttime, with chairs spilling out onto the pavement for drinking sessions out in the open and the Eastern & Oriental Hotel glowing ethereally in the background. Read more at: http://www.penang.ws/nightlife/georgetown.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
The local music scene is Penang is a thriving industry. The island plays host to several music festivals throughout the year including the Penang Island Jazz Festival, Malaysia’s second largest performing arts event held in August, and the Penang World Music Festival taking place between March and April. However, visitors looking for all year round live entertainment will not be disappointed as several island bars host live acts regularly. Our top choice is the iconic Hard Rock Café along Jalan Batu Ferringhi, where live local performers rule the roost, but international artists make stage appearances from time to time.
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Hard Rock Cafe
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The local music scene is Penang is a thriving industry. The island plays host to several music festivals throughout the year including the Penang Island Jazz Festival, Malaysia’s second largest performing arts event held in August, and the Penang World Music Festival taking place between March and April. However, visitors looking for all year round live entertainment will not be disappointed as several island bars host live acts regularly. Our top choice is the iconic Hard Rock Café along Jalan Batu Ferringhi, where live local performers rule the roost, but international artists make stage appearances from time to time.
The Library
AUTO-CITY is billed as one of the island’s foremost modern tourist destinations. It is a one-stop complex for shopping venues, F&B outlets (including BED, one of Penang’s most popular clubs) and houses more than 30 brands of automobiles. A favourite outdoor event venue for concerts, road shows, carnivals, exhibitions and more, besides the smorgasbord of F&B venues offering local and international fare and shopping opportunities, there are plenty of banks here, making it a commercial hub in Penang. At night its array of al fresco restaurants and bars ensures its popularity.
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Juru Auto City
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AUTO-CITY is billed as one of the island’s foremost modern tourist destinations. It is a one-stop complex for shopping venues, F&B outlets (including BED, one of Penang’s most popular clubs) and houses more than 30 brands of automobiles. A favourite outdoor event venue for concerts, road shows, carnivals, exhibitions and more, besides the smorgasbord of F&B venues offering local and international fare and shopping opportunities, there are plenty of banks here, making it a commercial hub in Penang. At night its array of al fresco restaurants and bars ensures its popularity.
Brussels Beer Café is a German cafe that boasts a huge assortment of imported beers, ranging from the popular summer draft Hoegaarden to Stella Artois available in five-pint glasses. For a sweeter variant, the cafe also serves the rose variety of Hoegaarden that has a fruity aroma with subtle hints of spice and coriander. Another delicious drink to savour is the crisp and refreshing Magners Irish cider, which is crafted by using fresh juices from 17 varieties of apple. The impressive selection of beers is complemented by Brussels’ pork platter (perfect for sharing among friends) and authentic Belgian dishes in rather hefty portions. In addition, the extensive number of seats on the patio allows visitors to enjoy the view of sand and sea from the café, accompanied by a soothing breeze in the evenings.
Brussels Beer Cafe, Gurney Paragon
163-D-1-33 Persiaran Gurney
Brussels Beer Café is a German cafe that boasts a huge assortment of imported beers, ranging from the popular summer draft Hoegaarden to Stella Artois available in five-pint glasses. For a sweeter variant, the cafe also serves the rose variety of Hoegaarden that has a fruity aroma with subtle hints of spice and coriander. Another delicious drink to savour is the crisp and refreshing Magners Irish cider, which is crafted by using fresh juices from 17 varieties of apple. The impressive selection of beers is complemented by Brussels’ pork platter (perfect for sharing among friends) and authentic Belgian dishes in rather hefty portions. In addition, the extensive number of seats on the patio allows visitors to enjoy the view of sand and sea from the café, accompanied by a soothing breeze in the evenings.
Arts & Culture
This is the place that you should not missed if you are visiting Penang. Penang used to be a British colonial, so here you will be able to see and feel what i mean, on top of these historical buildings, you will also be able to experience how rich in cultures is Penang. Please don't be surprise if you see Chinese Temple, Muslim Mosque, Christian Church and Indian Temple just next to each other. Of course you should also explore the Nonya restuarants, museums, street arts when you are here
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Georgetown UNESCO Historic Site
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This is the place that you should not missed if you are visiting Penang. Penang used to be a British colonial, so here you will be able to see and feel what i mean, on top of these historical buildings, you will also be able to experience how rich in cultures is Penang. Please don't be surprise if you see Chinese Temple, Muslim Mosque, Christian Church and Indian Temple just next to each other. Of course you should also explore the Nonya restuarants, museums, street arts when you are here
Drop by to see how amaze is its architecture
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Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi
18 Cannon Square
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Drop by to see how amaze is its architecture
Clan Jetties form part of the Penang Heritage Trail. There used to be seven jetties until one was demolished by fire and now six remain. Billed as one of the last bastions of old Chinese settlements on the island, this waterfront society is home to houses on stilts of various Chinese clans. Located straight down from Lebuh Chulia (beside the Kapitan Kling Mosque) at Pengkalan Weld (Weld Quay), these water villages are over a century old. Each jetty is named after a Chinese clan – the Chew Jetty is the most tourist-friendly with the most stilt-houses, the longest walkway, a temple that is worth stopping by and plenty of places for those Kodak moments.
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Clan Jetties Of Penang
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Clan Jetties form part of the Penang Heritage Trail. There used to be seven jetties until one was demolished by fire and now six remain. Billed as one of the last bastions of old Chinese settlements on the island, this waterfront society is home to houses on stilts of various Chinese clans. Located straight down from Lebuh Chulia (beside the Kapitan Kling Mosque) at Pengkalan Weld (Weld Quay), these water villages are over a century old. Each jetty is named after a Chinese clan – the Chew Jetty is the most tourist-friendly with the most stilt-houses, the longest walkway, a temple that is worth stopping by and plenty of places for those Kodak moments.
The things to watch there are some great old artifacts, antiques, and memorabilia
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Pinang Peranakan Mansion
29 Church Street
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The things to watch there are some great old artifacts, antiques, and memorabilia
Getting the complete history of Penang and its nearby places is very hard as most of the Japanese and British records are destroyed due to a bombing at World War II. But still, you will get some information about the history of the place from the State Museum. There are a lot of state as well as national treasures placed here. You will be able to know about the Penang Riots of 1867, which is one of the major historical events of the place.
Lebuh Armenian Art Gallery
Getting the complete history of Penang and its nearby places is very hard as most of the Japanese and British records are destroyed due to a bombing at World War II. But still, you will get some information about the history of the place from the State Museum. There are a lot of state as well as national treasures placed here. You will be able to know about the Penang Riots of 1867, which is one of the major historical events of the place.
Founded in 1846, St. Anne’s Church Bukit Mertajam is one of the most famous Catholic Churches in Malaysia. Its original shrine was built in 1888 and is the highlight of the church’s annual Feast of St. Anne. Held in late July, the 10-day feast draws in thousands of pilgrims from around the world. However, if you’re not a fan of large crowds, the church is equally beautiful all year round. Right next to the historical shrine is the new church that was built in 2002, one of the biggest in Malaysia. The surrounding church grounds exude a calm, serene ambience, making it a popular spot for photography and evening walks.
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St Anne's Church
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Founded in 1846, St. Anne’s Church Bukit Mertajam is one of the most famous Catholic Churches in Malaysia. Its original shrine was built in 1888 and is the highlight of the church’s annual Feast of St. Anne. Held in late July, the 10-day feast draws in thousands of pilgrims from around the world. However, if you’re not a fan of large crowds, the church is equally beautiful all year round. Right next to the historical shrine is the new church that was built in 2002, one of the biggest in Malaysia. The surrounding church grounds exude a calm, serene ambience, making it a popular spot for photography and evening walks.
The City Hall is the local government headquarters in the city of George Town in Penang, Malaysia. Built by the British, it now serves as the seat of the Penang Island City Council and was previously the seat of the George Town City Council. Originally completed in 1903 as the Municipal Offices, the building was erected at a cost of $100,000 to relieve the demand for office space at the adjacent Town Hall.[1][2] The name City Hall dates back to the grant of city status to George Town in 1957. Both the City Hall and the Town Hall are located at Esplanade Road, overlooking the historic parade ground (the Padang) within the Esplanade. The buildings are also situated within George Town's UNESCO World Heritage Site.
MBPP
The City Hall is the local government headquarters in the city of George Town in Penang, Malaysia. Built by the British, it now serves as the seat of the Penang Island City Council and was previously the seat of the George Town City Council. Originally completed in 1903 as the Municipal Offices, the building was erected at a cost of $100,000 to relieve the demand for office space at the adjacent Town Hall.[1][2] The name City Hall dates back to the grant of city status to George Town in 1957. Both the City Hall and the Town Hall are located at Esplanade Road, overlooking the historic parade ground (the Padang) within the Esplanade. The buildings are also situated within George Town's UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The mural scene at Seberang Perai may have blossomed later but is quickly catching up with George Town’s iconic street art. The Butterworth Art Walk is a product of Penang’s vibrant artists and the state’s rich history. With its eye-catching murals and installations, it aims to educate visitors about the mainland’s colourful past. Seberang Perai’s agricultural economy and history in exporting elephants are amongst the interesting facts that one can learn walking along the small alley in Jalan Bagan Luar. Who knew history could serve as a quirky backdrop for a photo op.
Butterworth Art Walk
1 Lorong Bagan Luar 1
The mural scene at Seberang Perai may have blossomed later but is quickly catching up with George Town’s iconic street art. The Butterworth Art Walk is a product of Penang’s vibrant artists and the state’s rich history. With its eye-catching murals and installations, it aims to educate visitors about the mainland’s colourful past. Seberang Perai’s agricultural economy and history in exporting elephants are amongst the interesting facts that one can learn walking along the small alley in Jalan Bagan Luar. Who knew history could serve as a quirky backdrop for a photo op.
Although George Town can be described today as predominantly Chinese city, there are three separate areas of George Town that can be described as Chinatown. They developed over different periods of the city's history, and can be called the Old Chinatown, New Chinatown and Chinese Trades Neighbourhood. Apart from these three, the Seven Streets Precinct and Armenian Street, within the Penang Heritage Enclave are also today predominantly Chinese neighbourhoods of George Town. The various Chinatown enclaves of George Town did not grow at a single burst, but developed slowly over time. The New Chinatown, for example, occupies an area of town which was initially Indian in character, while the Chinese Trades Neighbourhood did not materialize until land reclamation of the late 19th century.
China Town Fashion
Although George Town can be described today as predominantly Chinese city, there are three separate areas of George Town that can be described as Chinatown. They developed over different periods of the city's history, and can be called the Old Chinatown, New Chinatown and Chinese Trades Neighbourhood. Apart from these three, the Seven Streets Precinct and Armenian Street, within the Penang Heritage Enclave are also today predominantly Chinese neighbourhoods of George Town. The various Chinatown enclaves of George Town did not grow at a single burst, but developed slowly over time. The New Chinatown, for example, occupies an area of town which was initially Indian in character, while the Chinese Trades Neighbourhood did not materialize until land reclamation of the late 19th century.
Arulmigu Karumariamman Temple is a South Indian Hindu temple set beside the Penang Bird Park. Built in 1997, it is noteworthy because it has the largest and tallest (72ft) rajagopuram (main sculpture tower) in Malaysia. The RM2.3 million temple is dedicated to the Hindu deity Arulmigu Karumariamman.
Arulmigu Karumariamman Temple
Arulmigu Karumariamman Temple is a South Indian Hindu temple set beside the Penang Bird Park. Built in 1997, it is noteworthy because it has the largest and tallest (72ft) rajagopuram (main sculpture tower) in Malaysia. The RM2.3 million temple is dedicated to the Hindu deity Arulmigu Karumariamman.
Getting Around
As at 02May2018: The most cost effective way of travelling the 16 km / 9.9 miles from Penang International Airport (PIA) to George Town is to take one of the bus services that leave the airport every 30 minutes. Bus lines 102, 306 and 401E are Rapid Penang operated bus services, of which the 102 service goes to Teluk Bahang from PIA via Komtar Shopping Centre and the 306 service connects PIA with Penang General Hospital via Air Itam, while the Rapid Penang busses from PIA all go to George Town and Balik Pulau. The Rapid Penang busses have their own ticket counter on the ground floor level of the arrivals hall and a ticket for bus line U401 costs around RM2-3
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Penang International Airport
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As at 02May2018: The most cost effective way of travelling the 16 km / 9.9 miles from Penang International Airport (PIA) to George Town is to take one of the bus services that leave the airport every 30 minutes. Bus lines 102, 306 and 401E are Rapid Penang operated bus services, of which the 102 service goes to Teluk Bahang from PIA via Komtar Shopping Centre and the 306 service connects PIA with Penang General Hospital via Air Itam, while the Rapid Penang busses from PIA all go to George Town and Balik Pulau. The Rapid Penang busses have their own ticket counter on the ground floor level of the arrivals hall and a ticket for bus line U401 costs around RM2-3
A new centre of connectivity is fast appearing….where a new hub for integrated transportation, integrating rail, ferry and bus services, will soon rise in the north…. Serving as the centre of transportation for Penang and the northern corridor, the hub also integrates retail, commercial and residential development within the planned 6 million square feet of development. This is Penang Sentral, your gateway to the Northern Corridor of Malaysia.
Penang Sentral
A new centre of connectivity is fast appearing….where a new hub for integrated transportation, integrating rail, ferry and bus services, will soon rise in the north…. Serving as the centre of transportation for Penang and the northern corridor, the hub also integrates retail, commercial and residential development within the planned 6 million square feet of development. This is Penang Sentral, your gateway to the Northern Corridor of Malaysia.
This is the main train station for Penang. It connects train /bus/taxi/grab/ferry terminal seamlessly via Penang Sentral (Transportation hub).
KTM Stesen Butterworth
This is the main train station for Penang. It connects train /bus/taxi/grab/ferry terminal seamlessly via Penang Sentral (Transportation hub).
Penang Sentral is an intermodal transit-oriented development in Butterworth, Penang, Malaysia. Proposed as the main transportation hub for the State of Penang, and by extension, Greater Penang, the first phase of the Penang Sentral project had opened on 22 November 2018.[1] Modeled after KL Sentral in Kuala Lumpur, the first phase of Penang Sentral will serve as the termini for both public and intercity buses, and is physically connected to the adjacent Butterworth railway station and the Penang Ferry terminal. The project will eventually comprise an integrated terminal for all bus, rail and sea transportation services within Penang. Future phases of the project also include commercial, retail and residential developments.[2][3]
Penang Sentral,Jalan Pantai
Penang Sentral is an intermodal transit-oriented development in Butterworth, Penang, Malaysia. Proposed as the main transportation hub for the State of Penang, and by extension, Greater Penang, the first phase of the Penang Sentral project had opened on 22 November 2018.[1] Modeled after KL Sentral in Kuala Lumpur, the first phase of Penang Sentral will serve as the termini for both public and intercity buses, and is physically connected to the adjacent Butterworth railway station and the Penang Ferry terminal. The project will eventually comprise an integrated terminal for all bus, rail and sea transportation services within Penang. Future phases of the project also include commercial, retail and residential developments.[2][3]
Shopping
Design Village, a world class shopping experience in a natural tropical park. Costing about RM300 million, the premium outlet will have net lettable area of 400,000 sq ft and contain 150 stores. The tenants will be a mix of luxury and premium brands. There will also be F&B outlets. So far, the tenants that have signed a memoradum of understanding include COACH, Hugo Boss, Armani Exchange, Calvin Klein, DKNY, Esprit, Samsonite, Kipling, Superdry, G2000, Adidas, Timberland, ALDO, Bonia, SACOOR , Dave Deli, Baskin Robbins Starbucks. etc
Design Village Outlet Mall
733 Jalan Barat Cassia 2
Design Village, a world class shopping experience in a natural tropical park. Costing about RM300 million, the premium outlet will have net lettable area of 400,000 sq ft and contain 150 stores. The tenants will be a mix of luxury and premium brands. There will also be F&B outlets. So far, the tenants that have signed a memoradum of understanding include COACH, Hugo Boss, Armani Exchange, Calvin Klein, DKNY, Esprit, Samsonite, Kipling, Superdry, G2000, Adidas, Timberland, ALDO, Bonia, SACOOR , Dave Deli, Baskin Robbins Starbucks. etc
Sunway Carnival Mall is a vibrant four storey mall anchored by Parkson Grand Department Store and SAM’S Groceria. It is strategically located within the well-integrated town of Seberang Jaya and mere minutes from the crossroads of the North-South and Kulim-Butterworth Highways. Designed around a contemporary architectural concept, using the right combination of functional and fashionable interiors for optimum space and style, shoppers will be enchanted to shop, shop and SHOP! Shopping at Sunway Carnival Mall has always been fun with the activities tailored for the whole family. So, look out for the season’s varieties and bring along your families to experience the atmospheric lifestyle shop
Sunway Carnival Mall
Sunway Carnival Mall is a vibrant four storey mall anchored by Parkson Grand Department Store and SAM’S Groceria. It is strategically located within the well-integrated town of Seberang Jaya and mere minutes from the crossroads of the North-South and Kulim-Butterworth Highways. Designed around a contemporary architectural concept, using the right combination of functional and fashionable interiors for optimum space and style, shoppers will be enchanted to shop, shop and SHOP! Shopping at Sunway Carnival Mall has always been fun with the activities tailored for the whole family. So, look out for the season’s varieties and bring along your families to experience the atmospheric lifestyle shop
Queensbay Mall is the largest shopping centre in Penang. Minutes away from the Penang Bridge, it is a waterfront complex in Bayan Lepas near the airport. The mall is home to mid-level restaurants, branded clothing stores, electronics shops and even a large Golden Screen Cinemas complex. Spanning 73 acres, the 2.5 million-sqft complex sports the tagline ‘It’s all happening here!’ and indeed it is one of the island’s most popular shopping centres. Opened in 2006, it is one of the country’s largest malls and is similar to Gurney Plaza, although this retail complex is newer and there are more stores. The five-storey Queensbay Mall has 10 anchor tenants, including..........
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Queensbay Mall
100 Persiaran Bayan Indah
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Queensbay Mall is the largest shopping centre in Penang. Minutes away from the Penang Bridge, it is a waterfront complex in Bayan Lepas near the airport. The mall is home to mid-level restaurants, branded clothing stores, electronics shops and even a large Golden Screen Cinemas complex. Spanning 73 acres, the 2.5 million-sqft complex sports the tagline ‘It’s all happening here!’ and indeed it is one of the island’s most popular shopping centres. Opened in 2006, it is one of the country’s largest malls and is similar to Gurney Plaza, although this retail complex is newer and there are more stores. The five-storey Queensbay Mall has 10 anchor tenants, including..........
Gurney Plaza is a waterfront shopping mall in Penang. Opened in 2001, it has three anchor tenants: Parkson Grand, the 12-screen Golden Screen Cinemas and Cold Storage supermarket. Additionally, the nine-storey mall houses over 380 stores with brands such as Coach, Fossil, Versace, and more. Approximately three km northwest of Georgetown, located along the popular Gurney Drive, Gurney Plaza is the second-largest mall on the island and is 858,000sqft in size. Catering to the posh residential precincts and nearby hotels such as Evergreen Laurel and G Hotel, it is accessible via Gurney Drive and Kelawai Road. Read more at: http://www.penang.ws/shopping/gurney-plaza.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
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Gurney Plaza
170 Persiaran Gurney
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Gurney Plaza is a waterfront shopping mall in Penang. Opened in 2001, it has three anchor tenants: Parkson Grand, the 12-screen Golden Screen Cinemas and Cold Storage supermarket. Additionally, the nine-storey mall houses over 380 stores with brands such as Coach, Fossil, Versace, and more. Approximately three km northwest of Georgetown, located along the popular Gurney Drive, Gurney Plaza is the second-largest mall on the island and is 858,000sqft in size. Catering to the posh residential precincts and nearby hotels such as Evergreen Laurel and G Hotel, it is accessible via Gurney Drive and Kelawai Road. Read more at: http://www.penang.ws/shopping/gurney-plaza.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
Gurney Paragon Mall is Penang’s best centre for an eclectic mix of fashion trends. Set along Persiaran Gurney, the seafront complex is home to more than 40 fashion boutiques and 30 restaurants. However, what makes Paragon utterly unique is the fact that the entire 700,000sqft complex has been built around St. Joseph’s Novitiate, a 1925 chapel that has been beautifully restored and incorporated into the mall’s open-plan layout design. The mixed development complex comprises the nine-storey mall, plus luxury residences and office towers. High fashion stores are concentrated on the first and second levels, while the best dining opportunities can be found primarily at its al fresco frontage...
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Gurney Paragon
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Gurney Paragon Mall is Penang’s best centre for an eclectic mix of fashion trends. Set along Persiaran Gurney, the seafront complex is home to more than 40 fashion boutiques and 30 restaurants. However, what makes Paragon utterly unique is the fact that the entire 700,000sqft complex has been built around St. Joseph’s Novitiate, a 1925 chapel that has been beautifully restored and incorporated into the mall’s open-plan layout design. The mixed development complex comprises the nine-storey mall, plus luxury residences and office towers. High fashion stores are concentrated on the first and second levels, while the best dining opportunities can be found primarily at its al fresco frontage...
This mall is huge however not very well maintain. There is a grocery store (Pacific) at the basement offer almost all the essentials that you may need. There is a very big cineplex and bowling center at top floor of this mall. Of course, many shops offer variety of goods. Also quite some shop houses around this shopping malls offer you a wide range of choices (from restaurants to coffee shop, bubble shop to boutique, furniture, electrical, renovation to auto shop). And disco/pub inside the mall /inside the hotel next to the mall)
Megamall Penang
2828 Jalan Baru
This mall is huge however not very well maintain. There is a grocery store (Pacific) at the basement offer almost all the essentials that you may need. There is a very big cineplex and bowling center at top floor of this mall. Of course, many shops offer variety of goods. Also quite some shop houses around this shopping malls offer you a wide range of choices (from restaurants to coffee shop, bubble shop to boutique, furniture, electrical, renovation to auto shop). And disco/pub inside the mall /inside the hotel next to the mall)
Short for Kompleks Tunku Abdul Rahman, the 761ft-high tower’s viewing gallery has a souvenir store and coin operated telescopes much like New York’s Empire State Building. The building itself is surrounded by several shuttered two-storey shop-houses and 18th-century kongsis (clan houses), which has led to many people calling the area Penang’s unofficial Chinatown. The lower ground floor of Komtar Penang mall is home to a bus terminal with Rapid Penang bus operators that serve the entire Georgetown area. The mall has an outdoor strip, called Komtar Walk, connected to the adjacent Prangin Mall, where shoppers can find a branch of CIMB bank, and food and beverage venues such as Coffee....
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Komtar
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Short for Kompleks Tunku Abdul Rahman, the 761ft-high tower’s viewing gallery has a souvenir store and coin operated telescopes much like New York’s Empire State Building. The building itself is surrounded by several shuttered two-storey shop-houses and 18th-century kongsis (clan houses), which has led to many people calling the area Penang’s unofficial Chinatown. The lower ground floor of Komtar Penang mall is home to a bus terminal with Rapid Penang bus operators that serve the entire Georgetown area. The mall has an outdoor strip, called Komtar Walk, connected to the adjacent Prangin Mall, where shoppers can find a branch of CIMB bank, and food and beverage venues such as Coffee....
This mall is clean and spacious . great quality and good bargains to grab. choosing a meal after shopping also was great as you had a variety to choose from. good brand shops like H&M
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1st Avenue Sdn Bhd
182 Jalan Magazine
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This mall is clean and spacious . great quality and good bargains to grab. choosing a meal after shopping also was great as you had a variety to choose from. good brand shops like H&M
"IKEA was founded in Älmhult, Sweden by Ingvar Kamprad in 1943. Since then, we’ve gone from being a tiny mail-order company, to becoming one of the most well-known home furnishing brands in the world. Besides many go IKEA for meal at very affordable price and comfortable environment also
IKEA Batu Kawan
"IKEA was founded in Älmhult, Sweden by Ingvar Kamprad in 1943. Since then, we’ve gone from being a tiny mail-order company, to becoming one of the most well-known home furnishing brands in the world. Besides many go IKEA for meal at very affordable price and comfortable environment also
Essentials
A supermarket that offers you everything that you may
This Econsave hypermarket is just few mins drive away from my place. You can basically get any essentials that you may need. However please take note that the business hour ends at 10pm. It is advisable to plan for your trip there should you wish to buy some basic grocery from this hypermarket.
Econsave @ Butterworth
This Econsave hypermarket is just few mins drive away from my place. You can basically get any essentials that you may need. However please take note that the business hour ends at 10pm. It is advisable to plan for your trip there should you wish to buy some basic grocery from this hypermarket.
Hypermarket where you can get everything that you may need for your daily essentials
Tesco Extra Seberang Jaya
2762 Persiaran Sembilang
Hypermarket where you can get everything that you may need for your daily essentials
Hypermarket where you can get everything that you may need for your daily essentials
Tesco Bagan Ajam
Hypermarket where you can get everything that you may need for your daily essentials
Hypermarket where you can get everything that you may need for your daily essentials
Tesco Bagan Ajam
Hypermarket where you can get everything that you may need for your daily essentials
Hypermarket where you can get everything that you may need for your daily essentials
Econsave Raja Uda
Hypermarket where you can get everything that you may need for your daily essentials
Hypermarket where you can get everything that you may need for your daily essentials
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Tesco Seri Tanjung Pinang
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Hypermarket where you can get everything that you may need for your daily essentials
Sunshine Square, Jalan Mayang Pasir