Its wide green landscape and elaborate British colonial designs are a sight to behold.
This cathedral now holds World Heritage Church status and is said be the oldest church in Penang.
Sprawled over 37 hectares of verdant, hilly terrain with its highest point being 457 metres.
Founded in 1801, the Aceh Street Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Penang.
Built in 1728, this is the oldest Chinese temple in Penang.
Located next to the historical Fort Cornwallis, Esplanade is a popular venue for events.
As one of Asia’s longest bridge, it is the official landmark of the island.
Weekend trippers come here to indulge in some water sports and jungle trekking.
A popular spot in Penang due to its open air hawker centre, five-star hotels and upscale malls.
With its modern look and in-depth display, this centre is a must for history-buffs and nostalgia lovers.