Weekend trippers come here to indulge in some water sports and jungle trekking.
The world’s smallest natural park contains a diverse collection of habitats.
Largest bird park of its kind in Malaysia and home to over 300 species from around the world.
If it's not the moray eel or snappers you see swimming about, you'll spot green turtles waving in the waters.
Pantai Kerachut is among the six beaches in the Penang National Park
An exotic patch that rests atop the Penang Hill where monkey cups grow in full bloom.
As its nickname suggests, the beach is primarily inhabited by long-tailed macaques.
Covering only eight hectares of land, this recreation park is small but full of life.
Sprawled over 37 hectares of verdant, hilly terrain with its highest point being 457 metres.
From the hilltop, the sweeping view of Penang’s green landscape and sunset.