The oldest Anglican church in Southeast Asia, built in 1816 and consecrated in 1819.
Built in the 19th century by Penang’s first Indian Muslim settlers, this mosque is a top historic site.
This temple is better known as Bhaktivedanta Cultural Centre among the locals.
Dedicated to the patron saint of seafarers, the goddess Mar Chor.
Combining local and Middle eastern elements within its architecture, makes this mosque an awe-inspiring sight.
This Roman Catholic parish was founded by the Portuguese Eurasian settlers in the 1800s.
This cathedral now holds World Heritage Church status and is said be the oldest church in Penang.
Perched at the foot of Penang Hill, this temple house thousands of bats seeking refuge in the day.
Don't miss out on the scenic surroundings, rocky beaches and cooling waters.
This 32-hectares forest park is a favourite camping and picnic ground for families.