The centre provides services such as responding to enquiries, providing brochures and highlighting the latest events.
This Roman Catholic parish was founded by the Portuguese Eurasian settlers in the 1800s.
The One Academy is one of the country's private institution catering to the arts and design courses.
Today, the site is mainly used for night markets and the annual 'Pesta Pulau Pinang'.
If it's not the moray eel or snappers you see swimming about, you'll spot green turtles waving in the waters.
This site has plenty of facilities to occupy children and the physically active.
The Cheah clan is especially well-known as it is one of the oldest Hokkien clans in Penang.
Guests can see, hear and touch all things pewter-related through interactive exhibits.
This commanding sight was built to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee.
Fans of Teochew architecture will find a lot to like about this temple.