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Jelutong is located in the suburban area of George Town, Penang. It was given a name after a Jelutong tree – a hardwood, Dyera Costulata – that can grow up until 70 meters tall. These days, the tree is hardly found in the area. Because Jelutong is a suburb, the greenery scenes around the city are still prevalent. To get a better view of green scenery in Jelutong, you can climb up Jelutong Tower and enjoy the beauty of nature. Jelutong was underdeveloped area before, but in 1980s Jelutong was transformed into a residential suburban area in George Town. Hence, if you stay in Jelutong, it will be easier for you to explore the attractions in George Town.
Searching for a villa in Jelutong? For travellers who appreciate privacy, unlimited WiFi, conducive house with a great view, a space of their own at the end of the day, a villa is the perfect stay away from home. Usually, more than one parking lots provided, staying in a villa will save the hassle of finding the parking lot for your vehicles. Furnished rooms and kitchen facilities give groups and families the flexibility to enjoy downtime separately or to plan the next day’s activities over a shared meal. Often available for short and long-term.
There are many different types of villas in Jelutong that fit your needs. If you are travelling with your family, you can book a villa for a family for ten and above people. Usually, family villas will have kitchen facilities and more than three rooms. Therefore, you can bond more with the group or family by cooking and sharing a meal together. To throw a private party by the pool sounds a lot of fun, you can book a villa with a pool if that fits your itinerary. Organizing a party will be less of a hassle because you can prepare for the comfort of a house. If you would like to enjoy the view of the surrounding area, you can book a villa near Sealine. Home Away - Big Vacation Home 15 pax villa is an excellent fit for that specification.
If you plan well, you can come to Penang to enjoy a football game or concert at City Stadium of Penang. The stadium can support more than 25, 000 audience. It sounds like your experience at the stadium will be a memory that lasts a lifetime.
For comic enthusiasts, Penang has great news for you, drop by at Asia Comic Cultural Museum. The museum showcases many current and pioneer icons in the comic industry.
Pay a visit to Clan Jetties Floating Village where you get to see a real village that stilts above the water. The small village is a beauty which built using a type of wood that will be untouched by the seawater.
If you are a fan of horror and spooky movies, you might want to visit the Ghost Museum Penang. The museum features a lot of ancient ghost coming from the legends in Malaysia. It is very interesting because each presented ghost has its own story or history behind it.
The best way to explore Jelutong is by using Taxis, GRAB or any e-hailing transportation. If you have extra time in hand, and you would want to explore Penang more than your preferred destination, you can take Rapid Penang buses. Rapid Penang does not cover the whole Jelutong. Hence, you need to check the website whether the places that you want to go are accessible using the bus. You also can download Rapid Penang Bus Schedule via online. If you are from Penang International Airport, you can either take taxis or public buses to go to Jelutong. If you are taking a public bus, you might need to do some bus interchange because the public bus does not cover a wide range of Jelutong area.