Georgetown, Penang Island · 14 hotels available
12, 12th Floor, Block 21, Taman Seri Damai A, Batu Lancang, Penang Island, Malaysia, 11600
12, 12th Floor Block 23, Taman Seri Damai A, Batu Lancang, Penang Island, Malaysia, 11600
Dumbar Villa Apartment. Bukit Dumbar, Jelutong, Penang Island, Malaysia, 11600
Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, SEAMEO RECSAM, Gelugor, Penang Island, Malaysia, 11700
The establishment of this hospital started after a fund-raising campaign was launched in 1876. Then, a traditional-style building was completed in 1883 on a plot of land about 10,600 sq. ft. at Muntri Street. “Lam Wah” means “Chinese in the South” and “Ee” means “medicine” hence the name, Hospital Lam Wah Ee. Within a few years, this became very popular as a source of medical services not only to the Chinese community but also to the other communities in Penang. Consequently, Muntri Street has since become known as “Lam Wah Ee Hospital Street”. Holding to the notion that the hospital shall be an independent, charitable and non-profit organisation, Hospital Lam Wah Ee aims to to provide medical services to the general public irrespective of race or religion, with free medical treatment given to destitute patients. Also, this hospital involves in sponsoring and undertaking research, teaching and training of medical personnel. With convenient and reasonable ward accommodation, all rooms here feature standard and modern amenities to deliver a comfortable service to both patients and visitors. All doctors, nurses as well as health and supporting personnels here are well trained according to their fields and specialities. Apart from catering general medical services, Hospital Lam Wah Ee provides experts in the area of Anaesthesiology, Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Neonatology and many more.
Built at the end of 19 th century by Hakka tin-miner and secret society leader of Hai San, Pinang Peranakan Mansion is a typical home of a rich Baba, that was revamped to reflect their customs, traditions and lavish lifestyle in Penang. The most interesting part of this mansion is their uniqueness and the incorporation of various Chinese architecture and is filled with 1,000 pieces of antiques and collectibles. Operated from Monday to Sunday including Public Holidays, from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm, the admission fee is RM20 for adult and free for kid below 6 years old.
A well known seafront boulvard in George Town, Gurney Drive is famous mostly for its happening food galore. Previously known as the New Coast Road, in 1952, this place has been renamed after Sir Henry Gurney, British High Commissioner in Malaya (1950–1951). The construction of high-rises and shopping malls have made this place one of the most busiest cities in Penang nowadays. However, people also come here to enjoy gentle ocean breeze and panoramic view of Penang Island, especially at night.
Stallions Suite Penang is located at the pulse of Georgetown city. An ultimated pick in one of the busiest citiest in Malaysia, this place is only 15 minutes drive away from Penang International Airport. Each room includes a private bathroom, a flat-screen TV, a work desk and climate control, free Wi-Fi and private parking. Guests get to enjoy the on-site restaurant, outdoor swimming pool and room service. Also, this property is in a close proximity with many local attractions such as Hospital Lam Wah Ee (1.53 km), USM - Universiti Sains Malaysia (2.90 km), Penang Rainbow SkyWalk @ Komtar (4.30 km) and KOMTAR (4.30 km).
The apartment offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and climate control, washers/dryers, microwave and other standard facilities for a comfortable stay in Penang. This place is suitable for those travelling with a large group. Each unit at this 3-star vacation property includes a living room, a dining area, and a refrigerator. While the city center is only 3 km away, other popular attractions nearby such as Kek Lok Si Temple is within 5 km and Chaiya Mangkalaram is within 3 km. Suffolk House, a diner offering chinese, malaysian and nonya dishes is 10-minute walk away.