The Cheah clan is especially well-known as it is one of the oldest Hokkien clans in Penang.
What used to be a popular shopping arcade many decades ago, it's now refurbished and houses..
Tan Kongsi is one of the last remaining traditional clan houses in Penang.
Located next to the historical Fort Cornwallis, Esplanade is a popular venue for events.
Located along Macalister Road, the large mansion was once a home to a prominent Chinese family.
Also known as Lebuh Pantai, its very long stretch is one of the oldest streets on the island.
City Hall is a World Heritage Site and home to the Penang Island Municipal Council.
Capped by green emerald tiled roofs, take out your binoculars for a close-up of the roof..
The marina welcomes visitors with sights of luxurious yachts on open waters.
Town Hall was once the epicentre for the Penang's elite members and high society.