Places of Interests
Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling or Pitt Street, is also known as the ” Street of Harmony”. This street have 4 main religious building , St George’s Anglican Church, Kuan Yin Teng, Sri Maha Marianmman Temple and Masjid Kapitan Keling. It show the harmony between the religious.
There a few florist stalls near Kuan Yin Teng temple, which run by Indian trader. Read More…
What you can do and see in Beach Street?
Beach Street ( or Lebuh Pantai ), famously known as the banking district, a lot of international bank and local bank located in this area, including HSBC Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Am Bank, CIMB,RHB Bank, OCBC Bank and Alliance Bank. Read More…
Penang Road is a very busy street. What can tourist see and do along this street?
The best way to discover Penang Road is by foot. There are some hotel, restaurants, hawker stalls, street art, museum, souvenir shop, local product etc.
Started from upper Penang Road, you may see a huge Trishaw Man mural at Red Garden Food Paradise . This mural painted by Ernest Zacharevic. Read More…
The Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi is the most distinctive and reputable clan house in Penang. It is usually closed in the evenings, however Khoo Kongsi turn on the lights at its courtyard every last Saturday evening of the months. An exciting Chinese art and cultural performances will presents at the opera stage.
The admission is Free. Read More…
LACALA Discover Walk is very interesting walk to discover the heritage streets in George Town including Acheen Street, Cannon Street and Armenian Street.
George Town World Heritage Inc (GTWHI) organise this walk every last Saturday of the month from 9.30am to 11.30am. Read More…
Enjoy the live music performance at Penang Botanic Gardens every last Sunday of the month.
“Music in the Garden” organise by Penang Global Tourism to brings various music performances to public. The live performance start from 5.30pm to 6.30pm.
It is free of charge, come and enjoy it.
Time时间: 5.30pm-6. Read More…
Logos Hope, the world’s largest floating book fair is in Penang Swetthenham Pier Cruise terminal for 3 weeks until 27 September 2015.
Logos Hope offer a selection of over 5000 books that cover a range of subjects including education, hobbies, religion, cooking, science etc. It is also have some souvenir, CD, T-Shirt. Read More…
Northam Road Protestant Cemetery is Penang earliest Protestant Cemetery where the 1st Governors and administrators were interred.
This cemetery is a site of great significance within the UNESCO World Heritage Site of George Town. Read More…
George Town Night Trail organise by Penang Global Tourism on every last Friday evening of the month from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.
The experience Tour Guide will introduce George Town’s architectural and cultural to public. This walking tour have different themes every month such as Indian Heritage Trail, Nan Yang Chinese Heritage Trail and Colonial Heritage Trail. Read More…
If you are in Georgetown on the last Sunday of the month between 10am and 5pm, don’t forget to visit Little Penang Street Market.
Little Penang Street Market started in July 2006 at Upper Penang Road. It is a great place for the people of Penang to showcase their creative products, performing skills or their visual arts. Read More…