Penang

Teluk Bahang Tanjung Bungah Penang Malaysia

The scenic beach of Teluk Bahang is rocky, shady and serene – perfect for a weekend retreat minus the large crowds of nearby Batu Feringghi. Read more…

Tanjung Bungah Beach Tanjung Tokong Tanjung Bungah Penang Malaysia

Literally meaning ‘Flower Cape’, Tanjung Bungah is a seaside suburb located between Gurney and Batu Feringghi, about a half-hour’s drive from Georgetown. Originally a sleepy fishing village, it has risen in popularity over the years to become one of Penang’s most popular destinations. Read more…

Sun Yat Sen Museum Penang Lebuh Armenian Georgetown George Town Penang Malaysia

Sun Yat Sen Museum is an exhibition showcasing, through dioramas, the life’s work of Dr. Sun Yat Sen, a leading 20th-century Asian nationalist figure who led the Chinese Revolution in 1911. He attracted support from overseas Chinese and became China’s first provisional president. Read more…

St. George's Church Lebuh Farquhar Georgetown George Town Penang Malaysia

08:30 – 12:30 and 13:30 – 16:30 Tuesday – Saturday; open all day Sunday

St. George’s Church is set next door to the Penang State Museum & Art Gallery. Built in 1817 by the East India Company using convict labour, it is Southeast Asia’s oldest Anglican church and one of the oldest buildings in Penang. Read more…