Durian lovers get to feast their eyes on the many stalls of popular estates.
This museum is an old war fortress that was first built by the British in the 1930s.
This temple honours a Buddhist monk who, according to legend, gave shelter to snakes of the jungle.
This close-knit community can be found on the south eastern tip of Penang island.
Billed as an eco-tourism site, this recreational park opened in 2003.
Located in Bayan Lepas International Airport.
Located in Bayan Lepas.
Vast fruit plantations and spice gardens are seen scattered around the vicinity.
Bukit Jambul is now notable for housing a neighbourhood shopping centre and hiking trails.
From the hilltop, the sweeping view of Penang’s green landscape and sunset.