This guided tour is flexible tour for 8 hours meaning you can customize your own tour in Penang from ship or hotel or airport. You choose some 5-9 attractions to go from the list in "tour details" and dictate how much time to spend at each attraction. Either you may indulge in details in the attractions, or kind of "touch and go" or you simply snap pictures from the exterior without going in, you call the shot. If heat is a concern, go into more indoor attraction or go up the hill. If mobility is your concern, then go for a round island tour with the comfort of air-conditioned car. If you like shopping then your American dollars are stretch 4 X versus Ringgit Malaysia as everything is a bargain. If you do not have a clue where to go or to do, no problem, let our learned tour guide choose it for you. The tour guide cum driver, will accompany you into all attractions and give commentary on the go. You will be surprised what Penang has to offer.
Explore George Town’s colonial heritage, colorful neighborhoods and craftsmanship on a half day tour to some famous attractions in Penang. Learn about local traditions and cultural, we make sure you see the best of Penang.
Located in the northwest of Malaysia, Penang shore excursions bring you to a beautiful island which is known as the “Pearl of the Orient”. It is a place of meeting and exchange between East and West, creating a charm that is unique.Penang is recognized as World Heritage by UNESCO. The island is formerly one of the important islands in the seaway through the Straits of Malacca, occupied early by the British colonial powers. Today, Penang shore excursions are charmed with unique architecture and culture as well as being known as a multi-ethnic city of Malaysian, Chinese, Indian and Thai influences.We offer for visitors many things to do and see in Penang shore excursions, such as:• Explore Penang Hill• Visiting Reclining Buddha• Discover Fort Cornwellis• Shopping in Little India• Experience Chew Jetty
Even if you have only a short time in Penang, soak up the key sights in just half a day on this action-packed door-to-door tour. Ride the funicular to the peak of Penang Hill; explore the streets of George Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site; watch pewter craftsmen; taste white coffee; and check off religious monuments from Kek Lok Si Temple to Wat Chaiyamangkalaram and Dhammikarama Burmese Temple.
Located in the northwest of Malaysia, Penang shore excursions bring you to a beautiful island which is known as the “Pearl of the Orient”. It is a place of meeting and exchange between East and West, creating a charm that is unique.Penang is recognized as World Heritage by UNESCO. The island is formerly one of the important islands in the seaway through the Straits of Malacca, occupied early by the British colonial powers. Today, Penang shore excursions are charmed with unique architecture and culture as well as being known as a multi-ethnic city of Malaysian, Chinese, Indian and Thai influences.We offer for visitors many things to do and see in Penang shore excursions, such as:Take a city tour around Georgetown• Explore Penang Hill• Visiting Kek Lok Si Pagoda• Coffee taste at Coffee Tree
This tour will give you a full tour of Penang main highlights. You will experience and get a chance to witness the different cultures and architecture of Penang. We will also get a chance to visit the Penang Street art, the heritage buildings, local temples as well as Penang history.This is a perfect city tour for couples or families visiting for the first time.
Explore the Penang city which is rich in history as it is in culture, tradition and diversity by Penang City Tour. Visit Wat Chayamangkalaram Temple, Dhammikarama Burmese Temple, Streets of George Town - UNESCO World Heritage Site. Then proceed to Penang Hill and visit Kek Lok Si Temple, Guan Yin.- Harmonious temple bestowed with gifts from Chinese emperors- Picturesque funicular train ride to the top of Penang Hill- Spectacular views of Georgetown & roundtrip transportation- Relaxing environment at 2,700 feet (833 m) above sea level- Chance to view the largest Buddhist temple in Southeast Asia
Penang is considered the jewel in Malaysia’s crown, due to its culture-rich mix of food and history. Even if you’ve only got limited time in the city, see the best of Penang on a half-day tour that’s designed especially for first-time visitors on a time budget. You’ll explore the vibrant Little India and Chinatown, and delve deeper into the city’s history at Penang State Museum. Plus, a small group limited to eight ensures you receive personalized attention from a guide.
Georgetown bears testimony to a living multi-cultural heritage and tradition of Asia where the many religions and cultures met and coexisted. They reflect the coming together of cultural elements from the Malay Archipelago, India and China with those of Europe, to create a unique architecture, culture and townscape. This tour will take you through the streets of George Town - UNESCO World Heritage Site and witness the ramnant left by the British and local dwellers of the past.
Experience the sights and sounds of Penang in one day on a 6-hour guided tour. The well-rounded itinerary is perfect for travelers who want to get an overview of the vibrant Malaysian city, but don’t want to fuss over taxis, public transit, and limiting guide books. Thanks to all-inclusive transportation from your hotel, you're able to comfortably visit the reclining Buddha, Dhammikarama Burmese Temple, Penang Hill, and more.
Your driver will pick you up from your respective hotel at 9am to start your Tour where you will visit Penang Hill. You will ride a funicular train to its peak at 833m above sea level to enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of Georgetown and mainland Butterworth. Colonial bungalows can be found around this hill due to the British preferring to stay in a cooler climate compared to the hot and humid environment in the city.After that, you will visit Kek Lok Si Temple. Built in 1891 as a small shrine, it has since expanded to become one of the most majestic and largest temples in South-East Asia. Since its founding in 1930, the “Pagoda of Ten Thousand Buddhas” is considered one of Penang’s most beautiful architectural wonders as it is able to incorporate 3 cultures into one structure.We will then Proceed to have Lunch at Penang most Famous Laksa Stall which is voted one of the best Foods by CNN Travel.End of the tour return to your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle.
Throughout Asia, Penang is famous for its food and is considered the culinary capital of Malaysia. There is, therefore, no better place to take a cooking class than here, where cuisines from China, Malaysia, and India collide. During this class, located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Georgetown, you’ll receive personalized attention in a small group limited to 10 and have the choice of a morning or afternoon session.
Discover the history, culture and spiritual life of Penang on this private sightseeing adventure without all the inconveniences of a crowded group tour. Drive around the island’s colorful capital of George Town with your own private driver, stopping at a range of locations and learning more about their place in Penang life. See the giant, gold-plated Reclining Buddha at Wat Chayamangkalaram, stop at the ancient colonial Fort Cornwallis and even sample Penang’s classic white coffee.
Visit two countries in one day during a day trip to Hat Yai in Thailand from Penang. Taking a private day trip to Hat Yai ensures that you receive the undivided attention of your guide and enjoy the flexibility to customize your itinerary according to your interests.
Explore George Town highlights on a half-day tour combining historic sites with temples and colorful neighborhoods, with an optional visit to the Penang Time Tunnel 3D museum. Traveling in a climate-controlled vehicle means you’ll stay cool and comfortable while ticking off a long list of destinations that include Wat Chayamangkalaram Temple, Fort Cornwallis, Little India, Chew Jetty, and more, finishing the day with a taste of Penang's classic white coffee.
Delve deeper into the diverse cultural heritage of Penang than you would if exploring alone on an introductory tour. Rather than struggling to navigate unfamiliar roads on foot or by car, you’ll travel between dispersed sights in air-conditioned comfort and benefit from the insider knowledge of your guide, who reveals information that you won’t find in the guide books.
This tour of Penang at night is a great way to see how the city comes to life after dark without the risk of getting lost. You’ll visit a number of Penang’s must-see attractions, cover a lot of ground yet still see things on an intimate level on a local trishaw ride. A high point is the 68th-floor observatory deck of the KOMTAR Tower, for unparalleled city views.
It's said that Penang comes alive after the sun goes down. Experience the city in its illuminated splendor during a 5-hour night tour. Relax as your driver takes you through the UNESCO listed George Town, followed by a walk down Armenian Street. Then, enjoy a thrilling trishaw ride down the city’s bustling streets. After getting a good look at the city’s colorful sights by night, enjoy dinner at an Indian or Chinese restaurant.
On the surface, Penang appears as a historical city but if you look deeper, you’ll find a whole host of natural wonders. Spend the day discovering the best of Penang’s nature during a tour that covers Penang Hill (Flagstaff Hill), Batu Ferringhi Beach, and Kek Lok Si Temple, and provides an easy way for first-time visitors to orient themselves. Plus, hotel pickup and drop-off mean that you don’t have to worry about finding a meeting point.
Explore Penang when temperatures are cooler and crowds are dispersed on an evening tour by trishaw. A great way to orient yourself in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Georgetown, this tour means that you’ll benefit from the insider knowledge of your guide as you visit places that you may otherwise have missed out on. Included round-trip hotel transfers and make for a seamless experience.
Penang is a city that’s as rich in history as it is in culture, tradition and diversity. This city tour highlights all of the best—from colonial-era homes, to private mansions, famous museums and stunning temples. During this 4 hours city tour, you will visit the famed Little India and Chinatown, wander the halls at Penang Museum and learn about the art of pewtersmithing at the Royal Selangor. Finish your tour at Wat Chayamankalaram, where you’ll be amazed by the giant reclining Buddha.
See Penang in a different light on this intimate after-dark tour. Instead of piling into a crowded tour bus, travel the streets of this coastal city in a comfortable small-group transport with a driver to show you the sights. Drive through neighborhoods like Little India and Armenian Street and take a trishaw through the ancient colonial streets of George Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After all your exploration, enjoy the view from the rooftop of the city’s 816-foot tall KOMTAR Tower.
Explore Penang’s colonial heritage, colorful neighborhoods and craftsmanship on a half day tour to some famous attractions in Penang. Learn about local traditions and cultural, we make sure you see the best of Penang.