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In accordance with the Restriction Movement Order issued by the Malaysian Government on 16th March 2020, all foreign tourists and visitors are not allowed to enter Malaysia starting from March 18, 2020 until further notice.

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Betong Island

Betong Island is a group of islets off the western coast of Penang Island. Consisting of two uninhabited islets, it has a combined land mass of 7 acres.

Butterworth Art Walk

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.

Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion

The most iconic boutique heritage in historic George Town, Penang. The mansion's external decorations and indigo-blue outer walls make it a very distinctive building, and it is sometimes referred to as The Blue Mansion.

Clan Jetties

The Clan Jetties of George Town are the traditional settlement created by Chinese immmigrants who share common historical, geographical and lineage origin. Today there are still six clan jetties along the waterfront, and they are as follows, from north to south.

Clock Tower

The major of Sungai Petani is a clock tower on the main street, Jalan Ibrahim. The cock tower was built in 1936. It is 12.1 m in height. It is topped by a dome-shaped and gold coloured structure. The tower was a present from Lim Lean Teng and George V and Queen Mary to commemorate the Silver Jubilee.

Escape Adventureplay

ESCAPE is the fun destination with exciting rides and games hosted in a natural environment. It demonstrates there’s no age limit to having fun as the rides and games are designed for a wide range of age groups.

Fort Cornwallis

Fort Cornwallis is the largest standing fort in Malaysia. Set close to the Esplanade and Penang Clocktower, the star-shaped bastion is one of the oldest structures in Penang.

Frog Hills

Frog Hill, also known as Bukit Katak, was once a hidden gem in Penang. A few years ago, it exploded all over Instagram, and many people have visited Frog Hill ever since.

Jerejak Island

A beautiful tropical island set amidst virgin jungle, Pulau Jerejak is every nature lover dream come true.

Jeruk Madu Pak Ali Factory

Jeruk Madu Pak Ali is now popular as a souvenir from Penang

Kek Lok Si Temple

One of the largest and finest temples complexes in Southeast Asia.

Kendi Island

A small island on the southwestern tip of Penang island. Due to its distance from Penang Island, Pulau Kendi has managed to keep itself relatively pristine.

Mengkuang Dam

The park in the dam area is a popular place for recreation. Mengkuang Dam is also one of the venues for the annual Penang International Dragon Boat Festival.

Pantai Merdeka

Pantai Merdeka is a waterfront attraction located at Kota Kuala Muda, about 30km from Sungai Petani. The main attraction of this place would be its natural beauty. If you are looking for a place to stay for the night, there are a few chalets around including Pantai Merdeka Resort. It will takes about a 45-minutes drive from Sungai Petani to Pantai Merdeka Beach.

Penang Avatar Secret Garden

This attraction imitates the wonderful Pandora world from the blockbuster hit Avatar (2009). The movie shows the beauty of dazzling colours in the forest as they inspire and wow the audience.

Penang Bird Park

This place one of the best collections of birds indigenous to Malaysia, including the only full collection of Malaysian hornbills.

Penang Botanic Gardens

One of the top botanical gardens in South East Asia and a must-see Penang attraction.

Penang Bridge

The Penang Bridge dual carriageway toll bridge highway in. The bridge connects Butterworth on the mainland side of the state with Gelugor on the island.

Penang Floating Mosque

A major landmark in the area in Penang. 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.

Penang Hill

Penang Hill was the first colonial hill station developed in Peninsular Malaysia. The hilly and forested area is the state's primary hill resort.

Penang Street Art

This collection of Penang Street art showcases 24 stunning murals celebrating Penang island's heritage, traditional crafts, and people of old George Town.

Penang War Museum

The Penang War Museum serves as both a memorial and educational centre.

Petani Parade

Petani Parade is a shopping mall in Sungai Petani, Kedah.

Queensbay Mall

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.

Riverfront City

New Riverfront City in Pekan Bare, More than 70 news shop lots around this area. There are restaurants, bar, cafe, cinema theatre (largest in Sungai Petani).

Snake Temple

One of the few places where you can get up close to a bunch of venomous snakes and live to tell the tale.

TeddyVille Museum Penang

The TeddyVille Museum is where miniature bears are dressed and placed in small sets that represent the many attractions that Penang has to offer.

The Carnival Theme Park

Fun and excitement for the whole family! Cruise on the Lazy River, slide down one of the exciting water-coasters or relax in the Bubble Pool.

Tow Boo Kong Temple

The Butterworth Tow Boo Kong Temple  also called the Butterworth Nine Emperor Gods Temple, or Rumah Berhala Tow Boo Kong Butterworth, is one of the biggest temples in Butterworth.