18 Lebuhraya Cannon, Georgetown, Penang Island 10200 , Malaysia
Khoo Kongsi is a large Chinese clanhouse. It is very famous as it is the grandest clan temple not in Penang, but the country of Malysia. It was built 100 years ago. It's historic setting and architecture is what attracts the crowds of tourists.
This main shrine and the pagoda were built in the year 1900 after the land was granted on behalf of her Majesty Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on 30th May 1845 by W.L. Butterworth of the East India Company.
Farquhar Road | Lebuh Light, Penang Island 10200, Malaysia
Penang State Museum and Art Gallery Officially open in 1962, the Museum houses a fine collection of old photographs, maps, charts and other historical relics. There are also Malay daggers (keris), Chinese furniture, embroidery and paintings of old Penang.
Chulia St, Georgetown, Penang Island, Malaysia
The Hong Kong Bar in Chulia Street is something of a Penang institution.
It has been owned and run by the same family since 1955 and has always been a popular haunt for servicemen from the RAF/RAAF Butterworth days and visiting sailors and soldiers.
Leboh Light, Georgetown, Penang Island, Malaysia
The star-shaped Fort Cornwallis stands at the place where Francis Light and crew landed on August 11th, 1786 to "take possession" of the island of Penang. Before that the island belonged to the Sultan of Kedah.
29 Church Street, Georgetown, Penang Island 10200, Malaysia
The Peranakans, also known as the Babas and Nyonyas, was a prominent community of acculturated Chinese unique to this part of the world, especially in the Straits Settlements (Penang, Malacca and Singapore) hence its other name, the Straits Chinese.
20-A, Jalan Bagan Jermal, Georgetown, Penang Island 10250 , Malaysia
Basically we are in the instant coffee market for more than 6 years. Most of our customer came here (Penang) as tourists and we introduce them with our famous white coffee and other local products as well. With 6 years of introduction experience, turn out coffee is the most welcome beverage.
Batu 18, Jalan Teluk Bahang, Batu Ferringhi, Penang Island, Malaysia
Malaysia has been a melting pot for many races, religions and cultures. It too has been home for some 370 species of edible fruits including exotic ones to suit even the fussiest eater.
Tropical Fruit Farm was built to preserve our green heritagae.