For a unique heritage hotel stay in the heart of Georgetown, we highly recommend the Museum Hotel, Penang.
Penang food is renowned across the world thanks to its melting pot of Chinese, Indian and Malay influences.
David Brown, Penang Hill, is a popular spot for afternoon tea when visiting Penang because you can enjoy cooler air and beautiful views across the island.
We take you on a virtual tour of the street art in George Town, Penang, and show you how to find them!
Suffolk House, Penang is a recently restored colonial mansion that makes for a super special location to enjoy afternoon tea in Georgetown.
If you’re trying to decide where to stay in Batu Ferringhi, we recommend Lone Pine Hotel. This Penang resort is a boutique hotel full of character, close to all the local amenities while still providing guests a peaceful haven to unwind.
Eight of the best things to do and see on Penang Island, Malaysia.