1) THE TIMELESSNESS OF HISTORY
The island is the guardian to the northern entrance of the Straits of Malacca also an early fortress to the British Commonwealth & later Japanese, a coveted shipping route of old. Indulge in a little bit of history in Georgetown, preserved for its rich historical remnants such as Fort Cornwallis, the Queen Victoria Memorial Clock Tower and the Sun Yet Sen Museum.
2) PRE-WAR BUILDINGS REMINISCENT OF A BYGONE ERA
The island is home to the highest number of historic pre-war buildings with colonial structures dotted all over. The majestic presence of the Eastern & Oriental Hotel, St George’s Church and the Noble Mansion, among many others, greet you as you drive the streets of the city. They are reflections of architecture that stand the test of time.
3) BEAUTIFUL TROPICAL BEACHES AND COOL ISLAND BREEZES
Sandy beaches beckon for a respite – to calm your mind, for a breath of fresh salty air, for a moment with nature and its beauty.. Teluk Bayu beach, 2.7km away Valencia Penang.
4) FOOD, FOOD AND MORE FOOD
A food paradise, Penang is a gastronomical haven. Indulge in exotic dishes from the East, comfort food from the West and Malaysia’s own range of world-renowned favorites.
5) A FRIENDLY COMMUNITY THAT WELCOMES, CARES AND SHARES
Penang is made up of smiling faces, friendly personalities and helping hands. Here is Malaysia’s wamth and welcome at its best. English is widely spoken alongside numerous dialects of the multi racial community.