Some of the older folks might recall Seberang Perai's former moniker, 'Province Wellesley'
Sits in the building of the old Penang free School along Lebuh Farquhar.
One of the country's private institutions of higher learning
This turtle conservation centre records one of the highest number of turtle landings in Penang.
This museum is an old war fortress that was first built by the British in the 1930s.
This museum that houses over 70,000 toys, dolls and collectibles has now moved to a new location.
A museum of antiques, furniture and portraits that belonged to one of Penang's richest man, Yeap Chor Ee.
One of the oldest Hindu temples in Penang built in dedication to the deity Murugan.
Fans of Teochew architecture will find a lot to like about this temple.
The oldest Anglican church in Southeast Asia, built in 1816 and consecrated in 1819.