The mosque is situated in Gelugor and built in 1891.
Nagore Dargha is one of the oldest Islamic shrines in Penang.
This architectural beauty has a stunning Persian blue minaret and dome that pierces the sky.
The clan temple is dedicated to its patron deity, the Taoist God of Prosperity.
Founded in 1890 by an immigrant Chinese Buddhist, this temple is the the largest on the island.
The Yap Kongsi may be smaller in size but the exterior designs and rooftop details are intricate.
Built in 1883, Penang’s oldest Hindu temple is filled with fascinating sculptures of deities.
This Roman Catholic parish was founded by the Portuguese Eurasian settlers in the 1800s.
The oldest Anglican church in Southeast Asia, built in 1816 and consecrated in 1819.
Fans of Teochew architecture will find a lot to like about this temple.