|Batu Feringgi is located along the coastal road northwest of Georgetown and lined with world-class resort, and is the most popular beach in Penang.|
|Komtar tower (Kompleks Tun Abdul Razak) is located in Georgetown, Penang. KOMTAR Tower is the tallest building in Penang and 6th in Malaysia. The quadrangular building 12. The building that houses the office space has a height of 232m or 760 feet and has 65 floors in total.|
For first time visitors to Penang should they set foot into sini.Pemandangan of the hill and very interesting panorama.
Moving train timetables - The train leaves from the bottom: 6.30 pm (holidays) 7.00am weekdays and every half hour until 9:00 pm. Saturday: 6.30am, 6.45am, 7.00am and every half hour until 11.00pm Tickets for adults RM4 (go back / return), and for children 12 years and under RM2 (go back / return).
JAMBATAN PULAU PINANG
Penang Bridge is the longest bridge in Southeast Asia. Construction began in 1982 and completed in 1985, which takes three years to complete and cost as much as £ 850 million.
This bridge brings pride to the nation and the third longest in the world. It is 13.5 kilometers long of which 8.4 kilometers across the sea from it. It connects the island with the mainland peninsula.
TAMAN NEGARA PULAU PINANG
|Penang National Park is located in Teluk Bahang, Southwestern. The distance from the city of Georgetown is 20 kilometers brackets. This national park is an area that covers an area of 1381 hectares of land and sea that have been gazetted.|