Bukit Bendera



First time visitors to Penang should set foot here, where they can enjoy a breathtaking view of Penang from the top of the hill.



Trains from the base station starts as early as 6.30 am on public holidays and 7.00 am on normal days. The trains will be available every half an hour until 9.00 pm.


On Saturdays, the earliest train is available at 6.30am, 6.45am and 7.00, after which it will be available every half an hour until 11 at night. Return tickets for adults are priced at RM4 and for children aged 12 and below at RM2.


Taman Negara






The Penang National Park is situated at Teluk Bahang, the Southwestern District, 20 kilometre from Georgetown. The 1381 hectare national park covers gazetted land and sea areas.


Jambatan Pulau Pinang


Penang Bridge is the longest bridge in South East Asia. It connects Gelugor on the island of Penang and Seberang Prai on the mainland. The construction for the RM850 million bridge began in 1982 and took only three years to complete.

The world’s third longest bridge, this bridge is the pride of the nation. 8.4 kilometres of the 13.5 kilometre bridge cuts across the South China Sea, connecting the island to the mainland.



  KOMTAR (Tun Abdul Razak Complex) is in Georgetown. The dodecagon shaped building is the tallest in Penang and the 6 th tallest in Malaysia. The 232m (760 feet) tall building houses office spaces and has 65 floors.

Batu Feringgi




Batu Feringgi stretches along the northwestern shore of Georgetown. This is the most popular beach spot in Penang, lined with world class resorts.