Komtar Tower, or Menara Komtar Complex is Penang's tallest building and the sixth tallest building in Malaysia located in the heart of George Town, dominating the island's skyline. KOMTAR is an acronym for Kompleks Tun Abdul Razak.
If you want to discover the island there's a bus station at the ground floor.
You'll find the shops on the second, third and fourth floor.
On the third floor you'll find also a sky bridge to a another shopping complex: the Prangin' Mall.
There's a free bus service courtesy of the Georgetown Municipal Council.
Sri Mariamman Temple is a Hindu temple set on Lebuh Queen and Lebuh Chulia in Georgetown’s compact Little India district: a vibrant community whose outer face is of saris, incense shops and banana leaf curry houses. Built in 1833, the temple is dedicated to the Hindu god, Lord Subramaniam.
These days, the temple serves a community that is largely dominated by Indians, with moneychangers, jewellers, restaurants and tea stalls.
The main attraction of the temple is the priceless statue of Lord Subramaniam.
Just across Lebuh Chulia from the Sri Mariamman temple, you will find the Kapitan Keling Mosque.
Queensbay Mall Queensbay Mall 100, Persiaran Bayan Indah Queens Bay 14300 Bayan Lepas, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
Queensbay Mall is currently the largest lifestyle shopping mall in Penang with a gross built up of 2.5 million sq ft and over 1 million sq ft net lettable area. The Mall is minutes away from the Penang Bridge and the Penang International Airport.
Minutes away from the Penang Bridge, it is a waterfront complex in Bayan Lepas near the airport.
The mall is home to mid-level restaurants, branded clothing stores, electronics shops and even a large Golden Screen Cinemas complex.
A cheaper way to get to Queensbay Mall from anywhere on the island is to take the Rapid Penang bus #307.