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Penang or the Pearl of The Orient is famous for its gorgeous beaches and well-preserved cultural heritage. Walk around its capital city, Georgetown, and be pleasantly surprised with the fusion of British and Asian cultures that are reflected in the buildings’ designs. Penang arguably took the crown for being the capital of street food in entire Malaysia. You could not find the majority of local cuisines in Penang elsewhere. There is no shortage of places to visit in Penang, from the iconic Georgetown – listed under UNESCO World Heritage Site – to the beach paradise in Batu Ferringhi.
Looking for a villa to stay in Penang? For the travellers who appreciate their privacy, unlimited Wi-Fi, and spacious area at the end of the day, a villa is a perfect stay away from home. Most villas provide more than one parking lots for the group, which saves your time from finding places to park your vehicles. Some villas have pools, lawns where you can organize your own party at the comfort of a home. Furnished rooms, kitchen facilities give group and families the flexibility to enjoy downtime separately, or together as a group. Often available for short and long-term.
There are many kinds of villas in Penang that you can choose, depending on your needs. If you are someone who loves the ambience of an ocean can bring, book a villa near Sealine. You can book Delite Guest House 03 @ Batu Ferringhi as it near the sea where from your own home you can feel the breezy wind. Interestingly, there are some villas with pool, which means you can hold your private pool party. For having a swimming pool facility, you can book Iris Luxury Service Villa or Malihom Private Estate. Have fun in the water! For people who come with family or a big group, pick a villa for a family from 10 and above people. You can book Plumeria Luxury Service Villa that has five rooms and equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi.
Enjoy outdoor adventures at ESCAPE Adventureplay by taking exciting rides and exhilarating games together with nature. You can bring anyone to the games because ESCAPE Adventureplay has no age limits.
Head to Tanjung Bungah Floating Mosque to admire the unique architecture of the building. The mosque looks like it floats, but it is holding on to pilings and stilts. The mosque costs around 15 million to be built and has a minaret that is seven-storey tall.
Pay a visit to Penang Fort Cornwallis, which is the largest standing fort in entire Malaysia. Learn more about the history of why and how the fort was built.
Drop by Wat Chaiyamangalaram – the most famous Thai-style Buddhist temple – to see the acclaimed Reclining Buddha statue in the main shrine. Moreover, just across the street, there is Dhammikarama Burmese Temple for you to have a look, which means you can cover both places in a single visit.
The best way of getting around the island depends on which part of Penang you would like to discover. From the airport, you can either take taxis/GRAB or buses. The bus fare to Georgetown is very cheap around RM3, but it is going to take around 1 hour whereas taxis takes up only 30 minutes. If you are going to Penang's north and west coast you might want to take GRAB or Rapid Penang buses. Rapid Penang is public bus operator. Although the fare is cheap, it is slightly harder to navigate. Going to Butterworth, you can take the ferry because it is very convenient.