George Town, Penang as seen from Penang Hill, the highest point on Penang Island.
The Penang Museum and Art Gallery, in George Town, houses relics, photographs, maps, and other artefacts that document the history and culture of Penang and its people.
The Songkran Festival as celebrated in Wat Chayamangkalaram, a Thai Theravada Buddhist temple in George Town.
Water sport on a beach at Batu Ferringhi
Famed for its food, Penang is a food haven visited by the Malaysian locals as well as foreign tourists. Touted the food capital of Malaysia, some of the best of Penang food can be found at Gurney Drive. The popular seafront promenade offers both delightful street and high-end cuisine. At the food court, you can find local favourites such as Penang Laksa, Bak Kuk Teh (a herbal stew of pork ribs and meat), Oh Chien (fried oyster omelette), grilled squid, and nasi lemak. The food court has both a halal and non-halal section.
This morning you arrive into the fabulous Penang. Upon arrival you are transferred to your Resort. Check in and the rest of the day is free for you. As evening arrives, Penang comes alive with its night markets and little roadside cafes that abound with Food.
Overnight in Penang
Wake up to the fresh air and the clean scenery this morning and indulge in a sumptuous breakfast. Later this morning you are escorted for a short half day city tour that helps orient you with the Island. The rest of the day is free for you to do as you wish.
Overnight in Penang.
Check out of the hotel and it’s time to be transferred to the airport in order for you to catch your flightDay 3: Depart From Penang (B)
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