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Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion

Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion is beyond gorgeous and filled to the brim with beauty, history, originality and symbolism. The well spoken English speaking guides reveal some very interesting facts about Chinese culture. The one-hour tour is ... Read More


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Clan Jetties

Clan Jetties

Just go and see the lifestyles of Clan Jetties people. Their houses are built and supported on concrete pillars above the waters and their homes are very simple looking. Only a few yards away from the ... Read More


Landmarks

Queen Street

Queen Street

Queen Street represents a few little streets that are ideal for walking. Allow yourself to meander through the side streets since there is so much to see and experience. Bring a camera with lots of space ... Read More


Cultural

Fort Cornwallis

Fort Cornwallis

Fort Cornwallis’s old and poor maintenance will instantly teleport you in the late 1700s, when this today’s historical site was built by British East India Company. It is named after 1st Marques Cornwallis, Charles Cornwallis. Now ... Read More


Landmarks

Jubilee Clock Tower

Jubilee Clock Tower

Jubilee Clock Tower is a Moorish-style clock tower at the junction of Lebuh Light (Light Street) and Lebuh Pantai (Beach Street). Built to commemorate Queen Victoria’s 1897 Diamond Jubilee, it is sixty feet tall, one foot for each year of Victoria’s reign. A ... Read More


Landmarks

komtar

Komtar

More or less all buses cross Komtar, so you can keep Komtar as your nodal point. It is located strategically in the center of the Georgetown. You can see the old Penang houses and new Penang development ... Read More


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Suffolk House

A 15-minute drive from the Penang Bridge to Air Itam road will lead you to the finest Anglo-Indian mansion that you wouldn’t believe it actually exists in Penang. Suffolk House was earlier owned by the founder ... Read More


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