Founded by Dr. Tan Chong Guan, the museum holds 70 batik paintings from Penang and beyond.
Nagore Dargha is one of the oldest Islamic shrines in Penang.
The mosque is situated in Gelugor and built in 1891.
This architectural beauty has a stunning Persian blue minaret and dome that pierces the sky.
If you're looking for a refreshing dip, there's always the Titi Kerawang waterfall.
The clan temple is dedicated to its patron deity, the Taoist God of Prosperity.
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.
Smart phones may have taken over the world of photography but these museum owners prefer to stay old school.
This hall accommodates over 1,000 people for various events each year.