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Established in 1924 by Dr J. Earl Gardner, the hospital is supported by dedicated physicians, and healthcare professionals, and employs modern medical equipment to provide quality healthcare. Based in Penang, Malaysia, Adventist Hospital is a 253 bedding hospital, including 10 ICU beds and 9 HDU bedsand and is one of the leading tertiary care providers in Malaysia. Located strategically at Jalan Burma, George Town, Penang, this high tech hospital is part of Adventist Health Network, and has continuously grown to become a tertiary healthcare centre for the Malaysian community and International visitors.
At Adventist Hospital, patients have access to some of the most highly respected specialists in Malaysia, most of which have been trained in qualified medical schools across the globe. Their specialists are highly experienced and renowned in their dedicated fields and are supported by a dedicated team of nursing and allied health staff. With more than 20 areas of specility and several centers of excellent, Adventist Hospital is a perfect center for the those who demand for perfection.
Here are some of the many different ways to reach this premium hospital.
If the flight is straight to Penang, the drop-off would be at Penang International Airport. It would take approximately 45 minutes if the flight if from KLIA or KLIA 2.
To get to Batu Ferringhi, one must first get be in Penang and one convenient way to get to Penang is by bus. From KL, it would usually take about 5 hours depending on the traffic and from up north, Sungai Petani, Kedah, it would usually take about 45 minutes to an hour. Once landed in the main bus terminal in Komtar, hop on the efficient Rapid Penang bus that passes through Jalan Burma, George Town.
Batu Ferringhi Beach is the perfect place to head on down to when looking for a relaxing time by the beach or just of pure interest in immersing in the local culture. What more, with Penang’s great reputation of being Malaysia’s food heaven, this statement becomes evidently clear along the street of Batu Ferringhi where you can find an array of local and international delicacies. Batu Ferringhi Night Market Witness the amazing street of Batu Ferringhi as it comes alive every night without fail when vendors set up stalls offering everything from fake designer bags, pirated DVDs, handmade local souvenirs to local artwork. Being one of Penang’s most noteworthy attractions, the night market here is not to be missed. The best thing about this night market is the bargaining aspect. Go as low as possible to walk down to other stalls before buying the item, you might never know how cheap it can go.
Located just above the road from the Teluk Bahang junction, this Tropical Spice Garden is an eight- acre collection of man-made jungle filled with over 500 different species and flora and fauna. Being the only Tropical Spice Garden in Southeast Asia, this place is the perfect place to spend the afternoon with family and friends. It features three garden trails that with 20 -45- minute trail past streaming crossings, waterfalls and structures made of recycled organic materials.