Penang Island, Seberang Perai
G Hotel Gurney, Evergreen Laurel Hotel
Gurney Plaza, Batu Ferringhi Beach
You can visit and enjoy your staycation in these popular regions such as Kuala Lumpur, Terengganu, Johor, Kelantan, Perlis, Sabah, Selangor, Pahang, Perak, Kedah.
The most popular hotels booked by tourists are G Hotel Gurney, Evergreen Laurel Hotel, G Hotel Kelawai, Ascott Gurney Penang, Berjaya Penang Hotel, Vouk Hotel By The Blanket, Sunway Hotel Georgetown Penang, Mansion One Suites by Merlene, The Wembley - A St Giles Hotel Penang, One Pacific Hotel and Serviced Apartments
Currently, there are around 664 hotels that you can book in Penang
Penang is located in the northwest of Peninsular Malaysia. It is bordered by Kedah in the north and east, and Perak in the south.
The total area of this city is approximately 1,048 square km. This city is divided into two areas: Penang Island and Seberang Perai, the latter previously known as Province Wellesley. These two are connected by a 13.5 km toll bridge known as Penang Bridge.
Penang has a tropical climate. This climate is very much determined by the surrounding sea and the wind. Dry season normally occurs from December to February.Penang’s daily temperature is fluctuate, ranging from 23 to 32 degrees Celsius.
Are you having a plan to come to Malaysia? You can add Penang to your list of tourist destinations. Penang is an island located on the northwest side of the Malay Peninsula. One of the cities in Penang, George Town, is the second largest city in Malaysia and is a city famous for its culture and history. Even UNESCO has named this city a City of Cultural Heritage. No wonder there are so many tourist attractions in Penang, especially in the George Town area which is interesting to visit.
So, to make your vacation enjoyable, here are recommendations for hotels, restaurants, and tourist attractions in Penang that you can add to your travel list in Malaysia!
There are many hotels that you can choose from in Penang hotel. Here are some recommendations for you:
This hotel is located on Jalan Burma, 10350 George Town, Pulau Pinang and is 750 meters from Gurney Plaza and Gurney Paragon. The hotel is also a 1-minute walk from the nearest bus stop. The hotel rooms here are equipped with a flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi, and a safety deposit box. All rooms have a mini fridge, tea/coffee maker, and a desk.
There is a complimentary buffet breakfast facility and there is also a restaurant/bar serving international cuisine. You can also enjoy the outdoor swimming pool and fitness center at the hotel. The cost of staying here starts from MYR 175 per night.
Located in a UNESCO Cultural Site in Georgetown, Penang, this hotel offers modern rooms, with free Wi-Fi, free parking, and is only a 10-minute walk from 1st Avenue Shopping Mall. It's only a 15-minute drive from the seafront pedestrian area, popular Gurney Drive. If you want to go to Penang International airport, you only need 20 minutes from here.
All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen satellite TV, refrigerator, and tea/coffee-making facilities. The private bathroom is also equipped with a hot shower and a hairdryer. 24-hour guest service, laundry service, room service, and luggage storage. There is also an airport shuttle service for a fee. The hotel's restaurant serves local Malaysian and western cuisine. You can stay here for MYR 115.
Located on Jalan Gottlieb, George Town, this hotel is 18 km from Penang International Airport, and 2 km from shops and food court at Gurney Plaza and the Penang Botanical Gardens. This hotel is remote. Each room has free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV. The suite has a capacity of 6 people with a kitchenette, living room, and dining area. There are gym and laundry facilities that you can take advantage of. To stay here, you only need to spend a budget of MYR 260 per night.
In Penang, there are many delicious restaurants that you can try.
This restaurant is located on Jalan Wee Hein Tze, 11200 Tanjung Bungah, Pulau Pinang and is situated by the beautiful seaside. This restaurant serves typical Chinese cuisine, seafood, noodles, fried rice, and other delicious dishes that you must try. Not only is the atmosphere and view of the restaurant beautiful, but the food here is also very delicious.
This restaurant, which is located in George Town, is a must-try when you visit Penang. Located in the conservation and heritage hotel area of Seven Terraces, Kebaya Dining Room is one of the most beautiful restaurants in George Town which has an interior like in the movie Crazy Rich Asians.
This restaurant offers Asian and Indo-Chinese cuisine and is only open for dinner. There is no a la carte menu here, but a standard menu with 4 menus including Appetizer, Main Course, Greens, and Dessert with prices starting at MYR128+ per person.
There are many tourist attractions in Penang Malaysia that you can visit. This state in Malaysia is often a dream destination for many tourists. In fact, Penang offers a complete tour package. Starting from natural attractions such as beaches, and cultural tours such as museums and temples, to other tourist attractions that offer extreme rides and educational rides.
Curtis Treetop Walk is located in the highlands of Penang just above the Rest Area and Mid-Point Museum. This 13-meter-high spot offers stunning 360-degree views of Penang and can accommodate up to 120 people at a time. From this place, you can see GeorgeTown and the island of Langkawi from a distance. In the 1890s it was used as one of the first English tennis courts in Malaysia by hillside vacationers.
Many species of plants in Penang Hill are named after Charles Curtis, the famous botanist who founded the experimental garden in the 18th century. Today this spot is also an ideal place for party events such as weddings, picnics, dinner parties, and more. You should not miss this place when traveling in Penang
Do you want to try taking the cable car through the hills? This is the sign you must go to The Habitat Penang Hill. This tourist spot in Penang Malaysia is the best place to see Penang Island from a height. Also known as Bukit Flag, The Habitat Penang Hill is surrounded by tropical rain forest which makes for a beautiful setting for a stroll.
Don't forget to capture the moment at several points, such as a swing surrounded by trees to Langur Way Canopy Park. The Habitat Penang Hill also offers the Curtis Crest Tree Top Walk, a rocking bridge that can be climbed by up to 120 people. This bridge is also a favorite location for tourists to see the sunset view.
If you’re curious about the classic look of Penang, visit Georgetown. This city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site occupied by many old buildings that have transformed to a museum.
Most of the old buildings in Georgetown used to belong to the British. The top three most popular are St. George Church, Church of the Assumption and Penang Supreme Court Building.
To get here, take Rapid Transit bus number 401. It’ll cost you MYR 3 per passenger.
Penang Toy Museum is the largest toy museum in the world. It has more than 110,000 toys, dolls and other collectible figures. Surprisingly, there are still 30,000 other toys kept in the storage since the space isn’t enough.
This museum was recognized in Malaysian Book of Records as the first toy museum in the country. It welcomes around 100,000 visitors each year.
The toys displayed in this museum are Batman, Doraemon, Mr. Bean, Garfield, King Kong, Kung Fu Panda and many more. Many of them were shipped from Hollywood, USA.
Penang Toy Museum is divided into several sections: