Penang War Museum is a 20-acres hilltop museum that is located in the Southeastern part of Penang Island on top of Batu Maung. Unlike other indoor museums, this one is the real deal! Interestingly, Penang War Museum is the largest war museum in Southeast Asia and is an actual fort built by the Royal British […]
Discover Penang National Park The northwestern corner of Penang Island is wrapped in the thick jungle and beaches of the world’s smallest national park at Teluk Bahang. A visit here offers a few exciting hiking trails, monkeys, beaches, and a lot more. This includes the world’s few meromictic lakes, which means a lake where fresh
Given its rich history, Penang has many notable structures, temples, and clan houses that attest to its rich ethnic and historical legacy. Many are in George Town, but other parts of the island also hold some beautiful places you should visit. Kek Lok Si Temple Penang’s incredible temple is Kek Lok Si, perched on the
Penang is a small island, but it packs in a big number of great travel experiences. From peeking above the skyline from the top of 200-meters-high KOMTAR to skimming through the beautiful UNESCO-inscribed heritage streets of the city of George Town, Penang has something for everyone. You can also enjoy some of Asia’s best street art.
Located in Southeast Asia, Malaysia offers various captivating and exciting places. Despite having a relatively small area, this country has diverse holiday destinations, including museums, religious sites, theme parks, landmarks, enchanting islands, and other tourist attractions. Check out some of the many of the destinations in Malaysia that you should visit. Penang War Museum |
Come nightfall, the beautiful city of Penang doesn’t go to sleep. Exploring Penang at night is as exciting as it is during the day! Penang has many lively nightlife scene and unique nighttime destinations. This bustling hub of delicious food and cultural delights is undoubtedly a destination you want to discover and stay awake for.
As a tourist destination, Malaysia more than holds its own against its Southeast Asian counterparts. You have delicious food, crowded street markets, colorful cultural festivals, and so on. But every once in a while, Malaysia surprises travelers with some unexpected attractions that may appear seriously weird to some people, especially foreign visitors. Can’t think of
Penang’s UNESCO-listed Georgetown combines stunning architecture, street art, and food. Reestablished colonial buildings line the older parts of the city, viewing the Straits of Melaka. Mosques, churches, and temples sit side by side elsewhere. Street art adds character to the already colorful neighborhoods. Botanical Gardens sprawls at the base of towering Penang Hill, a favorite
Each state in Malaysia is famous for various reasons. For instance, many know that Penang is the country’s street food center. KL is a world-class shopping paradise. Melaka is a historian’s love. Nevertheless, apart from the usual tourist places, each state also has beautiful attractions. And some things to do that you may not have heard
It’s well-known that Malaysia is a foodie’s nirvana. Malaysians will travel far and wide to get their hands on a plate of delicious Malaysian food. Time to pack your bags, hop in the car for a weekend road trip and entice your taste buds. From freshly baked scones in Cameron Highlands strawberry jam to smoky