Things to do in Penang, restaurants, hotels, attractions, shopping and nightlife. Know more. Do more.
St. Patrick's Day, Japan Education Fair and more things to do
The view and takes centre stage instead of the tomyam for us here
Hereís a list of watering holes for you to quench your thirst
The Second Penang Bridge has a new official name
Possibly the most family-friendly St. Patrick's Day ever, this event has something for everyone.
Food & Restaurants
Their Tang Laksa is a crowd pleaser in our books and a sip or three of the kalamansi freezer will stave off the heat.
Shopping & Style
Shop till you drop for accessories, clothes, souvenirs, handbags and quick bites.
A permanent exhibition of the extravagance and skillful craftsmanship of the Straits Chinese Peranakan jewellery.
Begin with a 60-minute massage before indulging in a three-course meal.
Founded by Dr. Tan Chong Guan, the museum holds 70 batik paintings from Penang and beyond.
Consists of a stay in Superior Hillview room and four hour admission to Adventure Zone.
Holiday makers will be pleased to know that the newly renovated Sunway Hotel now comes with wider beds.
Fuss-free 2D/1N stay with complimentary Wi-Fi and wired internet connectivity.
The newly-refurbished Loke Thye Kee is a revival of the once-glorious Hainanese restaurant.
Molecular mixology style drinks in this cafe, tobacconist and gallery rolled into one. We like it!
Opt for the grilled stingray that is slathered in thick, addictive, perfectly spicy sauce.
Somebody Who covers a whole playlist of rock and soul tracks this Sunday.
Share the island's best kept secrets through a 5-7 minutes short film.
Selfies just got crazier at Gurney Paragon's latest art exhibition.
The interior pretty much resembles a cocoon that encloses the nightlife energy within.
Itís all about the weekend here as Nueve's drink deals help you forget your long work week.
A rooftop bar and club that serves really long happy hours.