Have a great time exploring Penang, even if you only have four hours. After a convenient hotel picks up, you will get to see a number of key attractions in the city. The tour starts off with a visit to the Kek Lok Si Temple where you can marvel at the 7 Tier Pagoda of the 10,000 Buddhas. In addition to this, you will see the 30.2-meter bronze statue of Guanyin, the Goddess of Mercy. This compact tour also takes you to new heights – literally – because you will get to rise 833 meters above sea level aboard the funicular train ride to the top of Penang Hill. Explore a beautiful Buddhist temple, Kek Lok Si, with its stunning architecture and sculptures. Get an insight into local culture from your informative English speaking guide.
Experience the authentic and diverse beauty of Malaysia’s 130 million-year-old rainforest at The Habitat Penang Hill! Learn about the rich biodiversity that grows and lives within the rainforest as you explore the reserve area. Take a thrilling yet exciting walk on the Langur Way Canopy Walk to see a spectacular view of Penang, and a rare view of the forest valleys and the Andaman Sea. Choose to visit the attraction during the late afternoon and get a chance to catch one of the best views of Penang Island as the sun begins to set. Book now on Klook to not miss out on this must-see experience for anyone visiting Malaysia. Explore and learn more about the diverse flora and fauna that grows within The Habitat. Take in the fresh air on a thrilling walk on the 230m Langur Way Canopy Walk.
The entire city is UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a mecca of ancient monuments, historical landmarks, and museums. You'll visit Khoo Kongsi, a Chinese clan house with stunning architecture, and Hock Teik Cheng Sin Temple. You also won't miss one of the oldest clan temples in town – the Cheah Kongsi, as well as the Pinang Peranakan Mansion, a must-see for every traveler visiting Penang. It is a museum that showcases the traditions and culture of a Peranakan family, including a recreated home of a wealthy resident to give you a glimpse into the past life of the rich and powerful. Visit old Chinese temples Hock Teik Cheng Sin and Cheah Kongsi. See an old luxurious mansion and learn about the city from your English speaking guide.
A trip to Penang isn't complete without a day trip to Tropical Spice Garden, the first of its kind in Southeast Asia. The garden is a lush and landscaped 8-acre garden with over 500 species of flora and fauna for you to see! You can opt for a live guided tour or an audio tour and whatever you decide, you'll definitely learn something new, and maybe see a plant or two you've never seen before! After walking through the garden, you can even visit the outdoor cafe that overlooks the Straits of Malacca, and get a chance to sit back and relax to admire the fantastic environment. Before you leave, drop by the gift shop for some Malaysian-made gifts, or premium spice therapy spa products - a great souvenir from a trip to the Tropical Spice Garden. Explore the lush, landscaped award-winning gardens set out over 8 acres of secondary jungle valley. Relax at the breezy, outdoor café overlooking the Straits of Malacca and the beautiful shoreline of Teluk Bahang.
In this private car charter, you can travel safely and comfortably as you get around town with a professional yet friendly driver. Plan a smooth and stress-free day of sightseeing for your itinerary, just in case you don't have one yet! Capture the magnificent landscapes as you transit from the main urban to the panoramic bustling port island city. You don't have to break the bank for additional expenses, this private service has all the bases covered including fuel costs and highway tolls. Choose between full and half-day options, then off you go to explore Penang in style. Make the most out of your road trip – you can even plan an itinerary on-the-go. Feel safe in the hands of the best driving service with a professional driver.
The popular three-wheeled taxi will take you on an exciting adventure, letting you enjoy great sights and breathe in the atmosphere of Malaysia's streets and bustle. Cycle past the core of the city's UNESCO World Heritage Site: Fort Cornwallis, Penang Town Hall, Beach Street, and Khoo Kongsi, an elaborate Chinese clan house, Achech Street, Kapitan Keling Mosque and more. Complete the tour with a visit to Penang's Little India.
Dark Mansion is one of the most popular attractions in the area! Spend a day in the museum and watch as paintings transform before your very eyes - from 2D paintings to 3D optical illusions! There are five attractions in the museum that you definitely must see - Masterpiece of Edgar Muller, the world's largest glow in the dark painting; Mysterious Tropical Pandora, a mysterious tropical forest; The Infinity Room, an endless glowing bridge; Stars and Moonlight, where you can feel like you're walking amongst the stars; and finally, My Toy Story, the perfect place to unleash your inner child. Get transported to a whole new dimension at this trendy modern art museum. Admire the incorporation of special light effects creating a day to night transitions.
Explore one of the most original museums in the world while traveling in Penang — the fascinating Wonderfood Museum featuring giant displays of traditional Malaysian dishes. Located inside Georgetown’s 1940s colonial building, the museum invites you into the world of super-realistic models of popular dishes handcrafted by the museum’s owner using food replication techniques from Japan. There are three galleries in the museum for you to discover: Info Zone, Wow Zone, and Educational Zone where you can learn interesting facts about Malaysian cuisine, cooking methods and see international delicacies from Indian, Chinese and other cuisines. Discover interesting delicacies arising from Malaysia's multi-cultural background at the museum's three galleries. The variety of food on display provides you with an in-depth understanding of the foods popular in Asia.