Sungai Petani, Bedong
The Jerai Hotel Sungai Petani, Super OYO Capital O 90543 Sp Star Hotel
Bujang Valley Archaeological Museum, Sungai Petani Golf Club
The most popular hotels booked by tourists are The Jerai Hotel Sungai Petani, Super OYO Capital O 90543 Sp Star Hotel, Hotel Seri Malaysia Sungai Petani, Merilton Hotel, Swiss Avenue Hotel, SP Central Hotel, Big Banana Hotel, Old Penang Casa Lagenda Hotel, Hotel Zamburger El Zahraa, OYO 89820 Sp Berlian Inn
Currently, there are around 41 hotels that you can book in Sungai Petani Public Library
One of the important landmarks in this town is Sungai Petani Public Library which is located at Kolam Air road at Sungai Petani town itself. It contains many books categorized into many genres, e-book, articles, magazines and many other sources of information. This public library is open daily except on Thursday from 10 am to 6 pm.
Sungai Petani is a town consists of high and medium-sized business community with a lot of small and medium industry. There are also many large malls and shopping centers such as Amanjaya Mall, Central Square, Village Mall, Lagenda Height Tesco, Sungai Petani North Tesco, Sungai Petani South Tesco, Giant Hypermarket and Econsave, This town is also regarded as a part of Penang and since its close proximity to Penang, Sungai Petani has been developed gradually in terms of economy and population.
From Kuala Lumpur city centre, it takes around 4 hours and 10 minutes to reach Sungai Petani Library by using the North-South highway.
There are daily flights to Sultan Abdul Halim Airport from Subang and Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Once you reach the airport, you can rent a car or grab a taxi to Sungai Petani Library for another 1-hour journey by using the North-South highway. You can also reach this library from Penang International Airport and use the same highway as well.
Built in 1978, Lembang Bujang is home to an archaeological museum consists of collections of evidence of the existence of a civilisation in the area from the 3rd to the 14th centuries. The architectural remains and cultural artefacts show that a Hindu-Buddhist civilisation existed here until the early 1100's. This museum was officially opened on 23 January 1980 by His Majesty Al-Sultan Almu'tasimu Muhibbuddin Tuanku Alhaj Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah ibni Almarhum Sultan Badlishah, Sultan of Kedah Darul Aman and it is built to carry out archaeological research and excavation works and showcase historical or historical artefacts before Islam and influence of Hinduism and Buddhism. There are various artefacts displayed inside the museum including pottery, stone caskets, tablets, metal tools, ornaments, ceramics, statues, jewellery and iron nails. The admission is free and open daily from 9 am to 5 pm.
Tupah Recreational Forest is a protected forest area in the Kuala Muda District in Kedah and located at an elevation of between 100-200 meters above sea level. It is located along a 2 kilometres stretch of the river and is popular especially among locals who come here to picnic and bathe. There is wide range of plant species can be found in this forest such as Meranti Sarang Punai, Meranti Tembaga, Keruing and others. This forest is best to enter by car and there are facilities for convenience and comfort for visitors such as surau, public toilets and food stalls.
Just a 10-minute drive to The Carnival Waterpark and within a 3-minute walk to Sungai Petani LRT and ETS station, Hotel Seri Malaysia Sungai Petani offers accommodation that is furnished with flat-screen television, coffee making facilities and an electric kettle. This hotel is also fitted with 24-hour reception, luggage storage and car rental services as well as meeting and banquet facilities that can fit around 300 guests. As for dining options, there are restaurants serving local Malaysian meals at Café Seri Perigi and various eateries nearby.
Swiss-Inn Sungai Petani is nestled along Pahlawan Road offering rooms with free Wi-Fi access and the famous Olympic-sized outdoor pool. There are 101 guestrooms with modern and basic amenities including air-conditioning and en-suite bathrooms with a spa tub. As for recreational facilities, guests can exercise in the gym, relax in the sauna, or play a game of tennis and take a dip in the Olympic-sized outdoor pool measuring 40 meters in length. Kids can enjoy the pool with water slide and games room.Besides that, there are restaurants on site such as the Garden Terrace Coffee House serves Asian and Western cuisines and alfresco offers steamboat and grilled dishes.