Town Hall was once the epicentre for the Penang's elite members and high society.
Doubles as a heritage site for tourists and locals to visit, and a restaurant
Once used as a squat until a group of architects restored this mansion to its former glory.
A gateway to what was once a hilltop home of one of Penang's famous millionaire.
Guests can see, hear and touch all things pewter-related through interactive exhibits.
The Second Bridge is the longest bridge in Southeast Asia upon its opening in March 2014.
As its nickname suggests, the beach is primarily inhabited by long-tailed macaques.
This turtle conservation centre records one of the highest number of turtle landings in Penang.
City Hall is a World Heritage Site and home to the Penang Island Municipal Council.
The oldest Christian cemetery in Penang and holds some of the oldest graves on the island.