Sungai Petani is a town in Kuala Muda District, Kedah. Sungai Petani is the largest city in Kedah and is relatively close to Penang, making it one of the most visited destinations. Although hotels in Sungai Petani are quite limited, their ability to provide first-class services is undeniable. Among the attractions that can be visited include Merdeka Beach, Sungai Petani Clock Tower and Sultan Muzaffar Shah Mosque.
Sungai Petani is a town located in northern region of Malaysia, Kedah. Sungai Petani is the largest town in Kedah followed by their state capital, Alor Setar. Sungai Petani is also close with Penang. It is also known for its historical site of the Ancient Wonder of Kedah which has been featured in historical textbook with Lembah Bujang or also known as Bujang Valley.
There are variety of mode of transportation being offered to travellers such as the high-speed rail service, KTM ETS, taken from Kuala Lumpure and also the local commuter; KTM Komuter which also connect locals with countries such as Penang, Kedah and Perlis from Sungai Petani itself.
There are also buses offered such as Mara Liner for those who wanted to use bus as their ride. The route taken is along the North-South Expressway from Kuala Lumpur to Sungai Petani, which also the route taken if going there by car. The journey will take 3 hours and 59 minutes to reach Sungai Petani.
The clock tower was built in 1936 which was presented from Lim Lean Teng to Queen Mary to commemorate the Silver Jubilee.
This is locally known and mostly visited by the locals during weekend, public and school holidays.
This place is 30 kilometres away. This is the tallest mountain in northern region. There are 18 kilometres of trekking the place. There is also a Hindu temple previously built on top of the mountain during the historical days.
This place also is a locally known place as it is the only main beach existed in Kedah. While at there, you can also hunt for some mussels, snail wheel and seashells.
Lembah Bujang is the focal point of Hindu/Buddha propagation in Southeast Asia during the 3rd to the 12th century. The archaeological findings on this site proved of the existence of Buddhisme influences from southern India. Items displayed here are architectural designs of Hindu temples with Hindu/Buddhist features and devices which could be related to the Hindu/Buddhist faith.
Head on to the Kompleks Galeri Bakau Jeti Semeling Merbok (Mangrove Gallery Complex) which is a jetty complex which offers food and beverages, a mini museum and a 1 kilometre long walkway which will lead you to the mangrove natural habitats from Sungai Merbok. This place is located 10 kilometres from the town itself.
You can try out the food such as Laksa, which is the northern specialty cuisine, in anywhere at Sungai Petani.
Take on a stroll to the shopping malls in Sungai Petani, which also offers lots of different things to browse around.
This hotel offers a really cheap price to their rooms for those who are looking for a short stay within the town area.
This hotel is located within Sungai Petani town. It offers a clean and neat room environment with affordable room prices depending on the occupancy of the guests.
The hotel offers great facilities to their guests which will suits to their needs when staying at the hotel. Friendly staffs will be there to assist their guests for a comfortable stay.
This resort is suitable for those who are looking for a quiet and undisturbed stay at the hotel. The facilities provided by this resort will not disappoint to guests who are planning for a longer stay at the resort.