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.
Penang is one of the most famous spots in Malaysia, and with good reason. Most of the state of Penang is located on an island. As such, you can enjoy beaches, sparkling waters, and a laid back island feel coupled with a boundless city experience. This part of Malaysia is also known for its food.
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. Petronas Twin Tower |
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.
Most people would agree that vacation and best friends are the ingredients to a successful holiday – experiencing fun times together and creating new memories together to laugh about later. After all, who’s going to be willing enough to help you take your “candid” Instagram shots, right? Here we have compiled a list of places
Leave your diet aside and get ready to travel by your stomach when you visit Penang! Penang Hokkien Mee The tried and true 888 Hokkien Mee stall at Lebuh Presgrave (三条路) have been cooking prawn mee in a flavorful spicy thick broth for 3 decades! Order sides like meatballs, pork innards, and crispy pork if
Just like the country itself, Malaysian street food is exciting, eclectic, and bursting with myriad flavors. With its Chinese, Thai, and Indian influences, the best Malaysian food will blow your mind with a range of dishes that use exciting and exotic ingredients to create a palate-satiating fare. From the famous Jalan Alor food street to the Gurney