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Zhen Qi Yun Xing Health Preservation Technique Training Class started from 28 Oct until 6 Nov 2014, 7pm to 10pm at 1926 Heritage Hotel.
Anyone who interested to join the class, please contact Miss Chua 012-4278379. Read More…
Penang Hop-On Hop-Off bus service will be launched on Nov 16.
This service would cover 33 tourist spots on Penang Island, from Teluk Bahang to Persiaran Gurney and from Persiaran Gurney to Penang Hill.
The tour service start form 9am to 8pm daily. The price for non Malaysian tourists is RM 45 for adult and RM 24 for children, Malaysian is RM 19 for adult and RM 12 for children.
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Sri Mahamariamman at Queen Street,Penang is under renovation, it is expected to complete by next year.
This temple was built in 1833 and it is the oldest Hindu Temple in Malaysia. By the beginning this temple was small and simple shrine, however it is an important place of worship for early Indian immigrants. Read More…
Little India is the place you can feel the happy atmosphere during this Deepavali. If you want to know about the Indian culture, taste the traditional food or buy their traditional costume just visit Little India. Read More…
Enjoy the view from Penang Hill.
David Brown’s Sky Terrace is a café, Lounge Bar located on the lower slope of Strawberry Hill. It is a great place to enjoy the panoramic views of George Town and other cities on the eastern coast of Penang island.
Spend your time to relax, having a snack or drinks, and enjoy the view. Read More…
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Good news for 1926 Heritage Hotel’s guest.
There are free shuttle service around Pulau Tikus area call “The Pulau Tikus Loop”. The free bus service cover Jalan Kelawei, Jalan Bagan Jermal, Jalan Burma, Jalan Pangkor.
This bus service start from 8am to 11pm daily, 16 trips per day. Read More…
Monkey Cup garden at Penang Hill has more than 100 varieties of carnivorous plants, including Nepenthes Albomarginata, Nepenthes x hookeriana, Nepenthes Veitchii, Nepenthes rafflesiana, Nepenthes Ampullaria.
The plants have different shapes, sizes and colour. There are mostly from South-East Asia, which including Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, India and also from North America. Read More…