The oldest Christian cemetery in Penang and holds some of the oldest graves on the island.
The largest standing fort in Malaysia. Named after the former governor general Charles Cornwallis.
Founded in 1801, the Aceh Street Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Penang.
Built in the 19th century by Penang’s first Indian Muslim settlers, this mosque is a top historic..
This Shaivite temple is the centre of the annual Thaipusam festival in Penang.
Built in 1883, Penang’s oldest Hindu temple is filled with fascinating sculptures of deities.
The oldest Anglican church in Southeast Asia, built in 1816 and consecrated in 1819.
Sits in the building of the old Penang free School along Lebuh Farquhar.
This state art gallery displays works from local artists and permanent collection.
This museum is currently undergoing renovation and is not in operation.