Must see and do
Take a trishaw ride or walking tour of the Georgetown UNESCO World Heritage site and checkout the colonial architecture, mosques and Buddhist temples
Don’t miss a trip to Monkey Beach to soak up the sun and spot some monkeys
Check out the Clan Jetties, a collection of water villages build on stilts along Weld Quay
Visit Fort Cornwallis, built on the site of Sir Francis Light’s historic landing in 1786
Stroll through Penang Botanical Gardens, Tropical Spice Garden, Penang National Park and the Penang Butterfly Farm
Historical Georgetown (Half Day/Full Day) Georgetown is named after King George III of England and has one of the largest colonial buildings in Southeast Asia. Your first stop is Fort
Cornwallis, which was built in 1808 by the British East India Company. Next is Chew Jetty or ‘She Chew Kew’, the waterfront settlement or ‘houses
on stilts’ built by Chinese immigrants in the mid 19th Century. Drive through Street of Harmony, which houses the Anglican Church, Kuan Yin
Chinese temple, Mahamariaman Indian temple and the Kapitan Kling mosque. Explore the State Museum, which houses a fine collection of old photographs, maps, charts and other historical relics. Your tour ends with a visit to Wat Chayamangkalaram, a Thai temple that houses a 108ft long Reclining Buddha directly opposite the Dhammikarama Burmese temple that houses a magnificent 8.2 metre high image of Lord Buddha. Tour is
inclusive of entrance fee.
Butterflies and Botanics (Half Day) This tour is designed for nature lovers and includes a visit to the world’s largest Butterfly Farm, where more than 250 species of butterflies from around the world are housed. Then checkout the Botanical Gardens where a meandering river and a gushing waterfall are set amidst vibrant and colourful plants and flowers. Tour is inclusive of entrance fee.
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