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19 Top Penang Museum you can’t Miss in Penang (2017)

Penang Museum is one of the many attractions and trips not to be missed by locals and travellers. Overwhelmed by the number of museums in Penang? Let WikiPenang point you in the direction of Georgetown’s finest museums and galleries, and museum exhibitions and what they have to offer. Here we round them all up and tell you the best things to do when you visit.

Below is a list of Top Penang museums (in no particular order).

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#1 Upside Down Museum @ Kimberly Street

Upside Down Museum is an interactive museum located at Kimberly Street in Penang. The place is well organised in that they time everyone’s entry so all visitors gets to experience each room and have their photos taken without hordes of other people in the same room. There are friendly and helpful staff in every room who take the photos for you using your own device. Having the staff take the photos is a bonus because they tell you how to pose with the various furniture/fittings to get the best out of the shots plus it helps keeps everyone moving along from room to room so there are no holdups. A great fun place for all ages.

Entrance Fee
Adults: RM27 (MyKad holders RM16)
Children (aged 5-12): RM16 (MyKid holders RM8)
Malaysian Students with Student ID: RM11
Non-Malaysian Students with Student ID: RM16

Visiting Hours
Mondays – Fridays: 8:45am – 6:30pm (last admission at 5:30pm)
Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays: 8:45am – 7:30pm (last admission at 6:30pm)

Address: Upside Down Penang Museum 45, Lebuh Kimberley, George Town, 10100 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Photo Credit: Stephanie Pinnington

#2 Penang 3D Trick Art Museum

There have an array of 3D art, while you take a look at it, it just a normal art paint on the wall, once shoot it with your camera, you’ll find the magic. Also, they have a very friendly staff that will assist your for taking the picture and guide what the pose should be done to make your picture more alive.

Entrance Fee:
Adults: RM25 (MyKad holders RM15)
Children: RM15 (MyKid holders RM10)
Malaysian Students with Student ID: RM10
Non-Malaysian Students with Student ID: RM15
Senior Citizens: RM 15 (MyKad holders RM10)

Visiting Hours
Mondays – Fridays: 9:00am – 6:00pm
Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays: 9.00am – 8:00pm

Address: 3D trick Art Penang Museum 10, Lebuh Penang, George Town, 10200, Penang

Penang PeranakanPhoto Credit: An Epic Education
#3 Pinang Penarakan Museum “Experience Peranakan culture in all its splendor”

The heritage mansion offers a glimpse of the Baba Nyonya opulent lifestyle and their various customs and traditions. The architecture was unparalleled and the antique collection was amazing. Do get a guide as they are very knowledgeable and you will learn a lot about the Rich History of The Unique Penang Peranakan.

Entrance Fee:
Adults: RM20
Children: RM10 (Free for children below 6)

Visiting Hours:
Mondays – Sundays & Public Holidays: 9:30am to 5pm

Address: 29, Church St, George Town, 10200 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Penang-Wonderfood-MuseumPhoto Credit: Serena ES
#4 Wonderfood Museum “A Must Visit for Every Food Lover”

Wonderfood Penang Museum is a great place to learn about Penang Food. There are many displays of Malay Chinese and Indian cuisines and scenes depicting everyday life of Malaysian related to food. The displays look very realistic. There are also many places for you to take cute and funny photos, and the staffs are willing to help you.

Entrance Fee:
Adults: RM25 (MyKad holders RM15)
Children: RM15 (MyKid holders RM10)

Visiting Hours:
Mondays – Sundays & Public Holidays: 9:00am to 6pm

Address: Wonderfood Penang Museum, 49, Lebuh Pantai, George Town, 10200 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Made-in-Penang-Interactive-MuseumPhoto Credit: Celine
#5 Made In Penang Interactive Museum “A great place to take interesting photos!”

Made in Penang interactive Museum is a nice museum with good and fun staffs. Made In Penang are worth to visit as you may discover different pictures that enable you to take photos with your friends and family. The museum are accessible by public transport and also self drive with lots of public parking area

Entrance Fee:
Adults: RM30 (MyKad holders RM15)
Children: RM10

Visiting Hours:
Mondays – Sundays & Public Holidays: 9:00am to 6pm

Address: No.3, Pengkalan Weld, 10300 George Town, Penang
Penang-Sun-Yut-Sun-MuseumPhoto Credit: Penang Tour Malaysia
#6 Sun Yat Sun Museum “History and Orient buffs must see””

Sun Yat Sun Penang Museum shows the history of the stay of the Chinese revolutionary in Penang. Sun Yat Sen was an important figure in modern Chinese history and the building houses many artefacts from his stay in Penang. It’s definitely worth a visit for everyone interested in Chinese history.

Entrance Fee: RM 5

Visiting Hours:
Tuesdays – Saturdays: 9:00am to 5pm
Closed on Sundays, Mondays and Public Holidays

Address: The Sun Yat Sen Penang Museum, 120 Armenian Street,George Town World Heritage Site,
10200 Penang, Malaysia.

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#7 Dark Mansion – 3D Glow In The Dark Museum

Dark Mansion is a cool attraction with lots of 3D art that come alive when viewed at the right angle and look incredible when you’re part of the art and you have a photo taken it is also one of Penang Museum you can’t miss! Dark Mansion is perfect for all ages and it’s great for lovely experience and take away beautiful photos.

Entrance Fee:
Adults: RM25 (MyKad holders RM15)
Children: RM17 (MyKid holders RM12)
Senior Citizens: RM 17 (MyKad holders RM12)

Visiting Hours:
Mondays – Sundays & Public Holidays: 10:00am to 6:30pm

Address: 145, 147, 149, 151, 153, Lebuh Kimberley, 10100 Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia.

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#8 Penang Time Tunnel “JOURNEY INTO Penang HISTORY”

If you want to take in the history of Penang then a visit here will tick that box as well as give you an insight to modern day technology in the form of the 3D art which is on display in the upper part of the building. The time tunnel take the visitor through the history of the island in an easy to digest set of facts backed up with displays as well as visuals. The upper “deck” is devoted to 3d Art and a camera is essential to record the visit in all its glory.

Entrance Fee:
Adults: RM22 (MyKad holders RM16)
Children: RM12 (MyKid holders RM6)
Malaysian Students with Student ID (13 – 17 years old): RM10

Address: 39 Green Hall 10200 George Town, Penang

Visiting Hours: 9:30 am – 7:00 pm (last admission at 6:00 pm)
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#9 Penang Ghost Museum “ Get Ready to be Scared”

Penang Ghost Museum displayed variety of ghost from all ethnics. From Malay, Chinese, Egypt, Pirate, Western Vampire, Japan. You got to know all the history and lesson behind all these ghost after you visit here. Additionally, you can try on some of the costumes available and take fun pictures with the props as well.

Entrance Fee:
Adults: RM36 (MyKad holders RM18)
Children: RM16 (MyKid holders RM8)
Student: RM 16 (MyKad holders RM10)
Senior Citizens: RM 16 (MyKad holders RM 8)

Visiting Hours:
Mondays – Fridays: 10:00am – 7:00pm
Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays: 10:00am – 9:00pm

Address: 57, Lebuh Melayu, George Town, 10300 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
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#10 Penang War Museum “A walk down the memory of World War”

The Penang War museum is an old British military base hacked out of the jungle and tunnel into the hillside. The Japanese overran the garrison here at the outbreak of the second world war and committed unspeakable atrocities here. If you are really interest in history, you should visit this place and learn about what happened in the other side of WORLD WAR II.

Entrance Fee:
Adults: RM30 (MyKad holders RM15)
Children 5-12 years old: RM15 (MyKid holders RM7.50)

Visiting Hours:
Mondays – Fridays: 9:00am – 6:00pm

Address: Lot 1350, Mukim 12, Daerah Barat Daya, Batu Maung, 11960 Penang.
Penang-Gold-MuseumPhoto Credit: Penang-traveltips
#11 Penang Gold Museum “Felt rich for a moment”

Penang Gold Museum a is a great place to visit if you are interested in knowing more about gold. Get an interesting journey through the process from digging after gold to produce coins and jewellery made of different types of gold.

Entrance Fee:
Adults: RM28 per person
Children (7-12 years old): RM 15
Children (below 7 years old): free entry
Seniors (60 years old and above): RM15

Visiting Hours: Mondays – Sundays & Public Holidays: 9:00am – 6:00pm

Address: 95, Lebuh Bishop, George Town, 10200 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
Photo Credit: CatchingTheWorld
#12 Batik Painting Museum Penang “ Wonderful Batik works of art”

Batik Painting Penang Museum is conveniently located on Armenian Street .If you love art and colour, you will love this quiet art gallery of batik paintings. Learn about the batik process and enjoy learning the history of batik through the varieties of paintings in this multi-level home.

Entrance Fee: RM5

Visiting Hours: Mondays – Sundays & Public Holidays: 10:00am – 6:00pm

Address: 19, Armenian Street, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA.
Penang-Khoo-KongsiPhoto Credit: Khoo Kongsi
#13 Khoo Kongsi “historical clan house of the Khoos”

Khoo Kongsi was one of the oldest building in Penang. It was a temple and a clan house for early chinese settlers from China during the early 19th century.

Visiting Hours: Mondays – Sundays & Public Holidays: 9:00am – 5:00pm

Entrance Fee: RM10

Address: 18, Cannon Square, George Town, 10450 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
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#14 The Camera Museum “Must see if you’re in to photography!”

The Camera Museum has a wide assortment of cameras from models of the early cameras to more recent ones that teaches you interesting things. If you’re interested in photography it is sure to be a worthwhile place to visit.

Entrance Fee:
Adults: RM20
Children: RM10
Seniors Citizens: RM10

Visiting Hours: Mondays – Sundays & Public Holidays: 9:30am – 6:30pm

Address: 49, Jalan Muntri, George Town, 10200 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Asia-Camera-Penang-MuseumPhoto Credit: iTourism
#15 Asia Camera Museum “Perfect place for camera enthusiasts!”

This Asia Camera Penang Museum contains hundreds to thousands of cameras, ranging from a tiny spy cameras as small as a miniature to a huge camera that’s 2 times bigger than a human. If you like history and camera, this is the place for you!

Entrance Fee:
Adults: RM20
Children: RM10
Seniors Citizens: RM10

Address: 10 Burma Road , 10500 Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia.

Visiting Hours: Mondays – Sundays & Public Holidays: 11:00am – 7:00pm
penang-colonial-museumPhoto Credit: iTourism
#16 Colonial Penang Museum “Great collection of Penang History”

Colonial Penang Museum is an interesting place to look back into the history of Penang. The museum contains collections of Administrators, rich tycoons and artistes of the era of Settlement in Penang. Private collections bought over by a passionate collector. There’s also many intricate designs and amazing details rarely seen in the modern furniture.

Entrance Fee:
Adults: RM30 (MyKad holders RM20)
Children: RM 15 ( 5 – 12 years old)

Address: No.7, Jalan D.S. Ramanathan ( Scott Rd ) ,10350 Penang, Malaysia.

Visiting Hours: Mondays – Sundays: 9:30am – 6:30pm

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#17 Penang State Museum and Art Gallery “Excellent ethnographic museum”

If you want to learn about the peoples of Penang, this is the place to go. Over two floors, you will learn about their history, ethnicities, cultures and much more. The museum is great to get away from the heat as it is cool.

Entrance Fee: RM1

Visiting Hours: Saturdays – Thursdays: 9:00am – 5:00pm (Closed: Friday and Public Holiday)

Address: Lebuh Farquhar, George Town, 10200 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

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#18 Phantamania “Fantastic place for castle magic”

The entrance with the mirror was surprising welcome as a start, then all other usage of mirrors were amazing and lots of fun. Get inspired to take some epic photography and stories and to see the world from a new perspective . New ideas and adding a smile for your day.

Entrance Fee:
Adults: RM28
Children/ Students/ Senior Citizens: RM 18
Children below 100cm: FOC

Visiting Hours:
Mondays – Sundays: 10:00am – 7:00pm

Address: 193, Lebuh Victoria, 10300 Georgetown, Penang.

Bens-toys-penang-museumPhoto Credit: atravelicious
#19 Ben’s Vintage Toy Penang Museum

Ben’s Vintage Toy museum located in Acheh Street. The museum houses a vintage collection ranging from robots and rocket ships to boats, trains, antique aircraft, trucks, wooden horses and more! The collection of toys are simply breathtaking as it will makes you go back in time of your childhood. Definitely Worth a visit for the young and also the young at heart.

Entrance Fee:
Adults: RM6
Children: RM3

Visiting Hours:
Mondays – Sundays ; 9.00am – 7.00pm  (Closed on Fridays)

Address: 55, Lebuh Acheh, George Town, 10200 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

2017-09-07T09:08:37+00:00 By |Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Best 26 Things to do in Penang 2017

Things to do in Penang. Penang has lot of must-see attractions. Not sure what to cover in your itinerary? We have listed down the iconic venues and historical spots, make sightseeing a lot easier for you to experience Penang in a short space of time.

Here are the best 10 things to do in Penang. Perfect for locals & travellers of all ages.

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#1 Magnificent view at Penang Hill

Breathe in the fresh air and enjoy the island’s breeze at Penang Hill, the oldest British hill station in Southeast Asia. At the top, you get a amazing panoramic view of the northern coast and Georgetown city.

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#2 Pray at Kek Lok Si Temple

Kek Lok Si temple is one of those places that makes your jaw drop in awe. It’s a massive structure, apparently the largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia, so allow ample time to explore. It is also photographer’s dream, lots of views of the architecture and Georgetown city in the backdrop. Try to climb on foot to avoid missing the tortoise pond. Not to worry if you are a little unfit book a tour with a car so you can avoid the steps

Photo Credit: Serena Loh
#3 Catch Breathtaking Sunset at Batu Ferringhi Beach

Arrive early at 6+pm to take a stroll by the beach and grab a seat at the beach or sea side cafe and watch the parasailers, the horses go by and to enjoy the cool sea breeze. Sit back and relax and catch the amazing Sun sets around 7-ish…
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#4 Escape from the city : Visit Penang National Park

After having so many great food in Penang. Penang national park is a great opportunity to see some wildlife and some great views of Penang and the sea. You can go to different stops along the way all the way from monkey beach, the lighthouse and Pantai Keracut. If you are looking for a quiet beach, Pantai Kerachut could be for you, it lacks the watersports and mass tourism noises of Monkey Beach and Batu Ferringhi. Remember to book a boat ride back to the National Park entrance if you don’t want to hike all the way back.

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#5 Great fun exploring the street art
Riding bicycle and cycling around the heritage site to catch the mural is always a good idea. All you need is to rent a bicycle and get your cameras ready and start searching for Ernest Zacherevic’s murals and other street arts.

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#6 Explore the Heritage Site
It’s a pleasure walking through the Georgetown Heritage Site, enjoying the heritage architecture and experience the authentic Penang street life. Get a free streets map from any of the shops along the streets and you can easily rent a bicycle to get around too.

chew jetty-penang#7 Walking on the water at Chew Jetty

Chew jetty is among the last of floating villages in Penang. Wandering along the Chew jetty is really interesting. The residents have turned it into a little shopping area which is very enterprising given the space or lack of it. A must see when visiting Penang.

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#8 Take an #OOTD at Hin Bus Depot

Hin Bus depot very much a instagrammable spot. The atmosphere was relaxed and there were lots of things to attract the eye and tummy. There are two cafes and an art gallery; and from time-to-time, there’s a pop-up market.

#9 Party at Chulia Street

Chulia street is probably the best known street in the city. making a visit to the backpacker’s paradise one of the best things to do in Penang. Chulia streets is really happening at night along on the street and everyone was friendly, with a huge variety in nationalities all mixing together. The food is cheap, beer is cold and nice people kicks on till late. Not to be missed.

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#10 I dare you @ the top komtar

YES! I dare you. New attractions at THE TOP of Komtar. Palpitations feelings & heart poundingsensations SkyWalk. Located on the 68th floor of the building, The Rainbow Skywalk is a semi-circle glass path that juts several metres out of the building. Located on the 68th floor of the building, The Open Deck will leave you amazed with a spectacular view and experience without windows. Be amongst the clouds and the rainbows!
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#11 Escape “It is time to Escape to Adrenaline world”

Escape offers interesting games, tube sliders, flying kites, tree climb, geckos, monkey business and for sure my favorite, flying lemurs(zipline). This place is awesome with friendly instructors, great facilities, superb games which you can leave your fear away and built your self-confidence.Fully recommended to all of outdoor lovers. Come and challenge yourself!

#12 Go experience interesting Museums in Penang!

Do you like museum? I certainly do. There are now more museums in Penang than ever before. These alternative museums in Penang are great place to have fun, photo taking and most importantly get to know more about Penang. Check out our lists of top 20 museums to visit in Penang.

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#13 Go Cafe Hoping in Penang!”

Cafe hoping is one of the best thing to do for a reason. Penang is the home to many hipster cafes that are worth exploring. The fast growing trend of serving coffee in chic, conceptual surrounds has spread to Penang and you will see a number of cool cafes especially around the Georgetown area. Almost all of their cafes are beautifully decorated and intricately adorned with interesting trinkets and art pieces make great OOTD backdrops and serve a delectable variety of brunch items and splendid desserts. Checkout the 22 Cafés in Penang to visit at least once in your lifetime here.

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#14 Try one of the Best Streets Food in the World!

Tasting Penang street food is one of the best thing to do in penang. The streets of Penang city (especially Georgetown) are renowned as a food paradise mainly due to its diversity in ethnicity, culture and religion. There are so much to street food to eat in Penang like Laksa, Hokkien Mee, Char Koay Teow, Curry Mee, Koay Teow Th’ng, Nasi Kandar, Mee Goreng, Cendol, Rojak, Pasembor and so much more! Its multi-ethnicity brings forth such celebrated variety in Penang’s street and hawker food.

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15# Entopia by Penang Butterfly Farm “Heaven for insect-lovers, and most children”

The tropical space inside Entopia is stunning and a great deal of care has gone into the design of the interior landscape and the facility. Butterflies in all sizes and colours fluttering around you. Beautiful setting and gardens inside the dome. This gives excellent photo opportunities. For those interested to deepen their knowledge ot butterflies and insects there is plenty of information available. There are so many rooms at entopia which have lots of interactive games to play with, mainly kids games but still fun for adults.

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#16 “Get thrilled at Tech Dome”

Tech Dome is a must go for everyone. The various stations are really interactive and focus on helping you explore and learn science concepts. Must try the signature experience g-drop in an actual free fall. Lots of educational interactive fun for both kids and adults.

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#17 Hop on a trishaw for a breezy tour of George Town

Finding your way around Penang can be bewildering to the uninitiated so it is good advice to take a trishaw ride to get your bearings. Most of the driver are friendly and knowledgable and helpful in identifying the points of interest which give you a great insight of Penang streets experiences.

penang-hilltop-temple#18 Ready to climb and visit the waterfall hilltop temple Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani Temple

Its a hindu temple on the top of the hill. To reach up one have to walk up the stairs. During the night its so colourful wrapped up with colourful lights. The hig light of this temple is THAIPUSAM that is during January. Thousands of hindus and tourist gather here for this festival to fullfill their vows. Its fill with musics and joy praising Lord Muruga.penang-snake-temple
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#19 Pay a visit to the Snake Temple

The Snake Temple is free. The snakes are Green Pit Vipers which we were warned are venomous, so no touching. They do appear at the most unusual places, by the checkout in the little shop, curled up in the corner on the way to the toilet.

botanical garden#20 Take a nice stroll at the Penang Botanical Gardens

The Penang Botanical Gardens is truly a beautiful local wonder. You can see numerous monkeys and the grounds are well maintained. If you go in the mornings you will find the grounds are busy with people, getting in exercise before the heat of the day, but anytime of day is great to visit. Bring your camera if you enjoy taking scenic photos. Must see if you visit or live in Penang.

Dhammikarama-Burmese-Buddhist-Temple-41401#21″Exoti & Colorful” Dharmikarama Burmese Temple

The Dharmikarma temple is across the road from the Wat Chayamangalaram. It is relatively smaller but very beautiful. you should pay special attention to the beautiful lattice kind of work done around the Buddha statue and the ceiling work is quiet amazing too. Temple-of-the-Reclining-Buddha_wikimedia-commons_WohinAuswandernPhoto Credit: MakeMyTrip
#22 “Gold & Sparkle everywhere!” Wat Chayamangkalaram

This traditional Thai Buddhist Temple features the 4th largest reclining Buddha in the world complete with painted nails. Another must visit temple in Penang, it’s a wonderful place to find some peace and quietness after the street hassle in Penang.occupy beach streetPhoto Credit: Occupy Beach Street
#23 Occupy Beach Street (Every Sunday)

Every Sunday, Project Occupy Beach Street will temporarily barricade major streets adjacent to Lebuh Pantai for family-friendly, community activities that the public can be a part of. This is in conjunction to the state government’s initiative for Penang Car Free Day, where everyone can utilize the six-hour, traffic-free space for brisk walking, jogging, biking, dancing and social activities – yes, busking is officially legit. Skip the drive to Lebuh Pantai on Sundays and hop on the public bus to these streets.

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#24Visit Beautiful Floating Mosque

Built in the sea supported by strong concrete pillars. It does not actually ‘float’ as the name would suggest rather it stands on water and when it is high tide it appears to be floating on water when you look at it from certain angles. ood views out to sea from several covered viewing points past all the little fishing boats and over to Tanjung Bungah, a holy place where you can feel the calmness and beauty which makes it to the list of best thing to do in Penang.

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#25 Eat & Shop at Penang Night Markets

One of the fun things to do in Penang at night is to visit night market. Night market also best known as ‘pasar malam’ is generally available in large residential areas. While Pasar Malam is a place where you can find plenty of local delights, here is a list of famous ‘pasar malams’ in Penang where you can satisfy your cravings.

Lists of Penang Night Market
Monday Night: Macallum Street Night Market
Tuesday Nights: Tanjung Bungah Market
Wednesday Nights: Farlim Night Market
Friday Nights: Jelutong Night Market

Photo Credit: Martin Tang
#26 Little India “Smell on India”

Visiting Little India is best thing to do when you’re in Georgetown. Excellent street food, fresh juices, Indian sweets and loads of shopping Little India in Penang is a not too hard to find little gem. Walk the streets, smell the food and spices, watch a Bollywood movie outside a video shop or shop for very gold trinkets. Plan too eat there too. Fresh, authentic Indian food at its best. The best time to visit little India would be 5 evening as you can wandering the streets with chilly weather and less crowded.

2017-04-17T02:03:53+00:00 By |Uncategorized|0 Comments

2017 Penang Bridge Marathon (Registration Open 16 Feb 2017)


Penang, the 2nd biggest city in Malaysia is home to the popular Penang Bridge International Marathon (PBIM). The run is organized by Penang State Tourism Development office and fully supported by the Penang State Government. The Penang Bridge International Marathon (PBIM) has been an anticipated run in Malaysia since its inception in 1986. The run is held annually on the Penang Bridge, the iconic bridge that connects Penang Island to Penang Mainland. PBIM is the largest mass-participation sporting event in Penang, bringing tens of thousands of runners out onto the streets.

Updated RACE INFORMATION for our upcoming Penang Bridge International Marathon (PBIM) 2017.

Kindly be reminded that it will be held on 26 November 2017 at the Penang Bridge (old bridge).

More information will be revealed soon, stay tune.

Registration already open on 16 Feb 2017. Hurry up and register here.

Please find below as the Starting time, finishing time and qualifying hours:

Penang bridge timetable 2017

2017-04-07T08:47:22+00:00 By |blog|0 Comments