Things to do in Penang, restaurants, hotels, attractions, shopping and nightlife. Know more. Do more.
This orchestra conductor misses the hawker stalls when she's away
World's no.1 squash player chats on her childhood in Penang and more
The view and takes centre stage instead of the tomyam for us here
Here’s a list of watering holes for you to quench your thirst
Body & Mind
The 2013 Women's World Squash Championship will be held for the first time in Penang
Food & Restaurants
Simple in appearance, Hainan Western is a cross between a large, spacious stall and a restaurant.
The Second Penang Bridge is now Jambatan Sultan Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah.
Devi Nadarajan will teach you easy steps to cooking Indian butter chicken and palak paneer.
Go green with celebrity host Jojo Struys at this special fun ride.
A Monday night maze of street food, cheap clothes, accessories and home necessities.
The place houses contemporary chic suites with a generous dollop of warm Swiss hospitality.
Relax in the comfort of Four Points by Sheraton with its breathtaking views of the beach.
This 20-room heritage boutique hotel is a converted mansion originally built in the 1800s.
Main course choices include chicken parmigiana, angel hair pomodoro and spicy roasted chicken.
Here's where you can enjoy good tapas, wine and ambience. We certainly have our favourites from their menu.
We hunt down places around Penang offering some satisfying nasi lemak, if not indulgent ones.
Encourages audiences to ponder deeply from art installations and paintings in the exhibition.
Share the island's best kept secrets through a 5-7 minutes short film.
These pieces by a Korean living in Sabah are inspired by Malaysia's flora and fauna.
Enjoy six shots of Jagerbombs for RM90++ and five bottles of Budweiser for RM99++.
This bar offers drinks, live music and a large screen airing live soccer matches.
From Sunday to Thursday, enjoy half pint draughts from RM14 nett.