Penang is not only well known for its rich cultural heritage. It also has no shortage of and natural scenery; the island is a fusion of forests, lakes and beaches.Tour Guide will greet you in Cruise Terminal (Swettenham Pier) and take you on a journey to the other side of Penang for this nature trail.
With aromatic spices, ancient recipes, and influences from across the region, Peranakan cuisine is a highlight for many visitors to Malaysia. Learn to shop and cook like a Malaysian with a 5-hour, private culinary experience in Penang: visit a colorful wet market, then prepare a local meal alongside an award-winning chef.
Experience the best of Penang on this half-day hill and Kek Lok Si Buddhist Temple afternoon tour. Ride the Penang Hill Railway to gain access to scenic views and tour the Pagoda of Ten Thousand Buddhas. Follow your expert guide through the Kek Lok Si Temple and gain insight and understanding into the history and traditions of Penang’s landmarks. Enjoy the ease of round-trip hotel transportation to and from your Penang hotel or the cruise port as part of this popular excursion.
Join this easy and relax bike tour around George Town with our informative English speaking local guide. Learn about the history, religions and characteristics of this wonderful city while paddle through the local streets and heritage buildings. Enjoy famous and delicious local food and get some inside tips from friendly locals.
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.
Escape to the countryside of Penang without the risk of getting lost on the way out of George Town on this action-packed half-day cycling tour. Your guide leads you down lesser-explored paths and through rural areas and villages that only the locals know about. Cycling is a much better choice than walking, as you are able to see so much more!
George Town is considered the ‘street food capital’ of Malaysia, but the sheer variety of unfamiliar dishes can bewilder first time visitors. This 3-hour, private street food experience offers a guided introduction to George Town’s most famous tastes and off-beat foods, with an after-dinner trishaw ride through downtown.
Travel to Bukit Merah via the 25 km long Penang second bridge, to see and observe the natural habitat of Orang Utans living in a small island. These primates are orphans undergoing rehabilitation for future release into the wild. They are friendly to visitors who are separated by a large cage tunnel which makes it appear as if the humans are under captivity while they roam freely on the island. Stop for lunch, and on the way back pass the Taiping Lake Gardens and visit the nearby charcoal factory to witness the interesting process of transforming mangrove wood into charcoal.
Food makes the perfect introduction to any city—especially Penang. Slurp, sip, and snack as you discover the highlights of the city’s historic center, Georgetown, on a small-group foodie walking tour with a guide. Enjoy the sorts of insights you can only get from a local as you visit vendors and hawkers, and taste the fare of the generations of migrants who have made the island their home.
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.
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.
As the undisputed culinary capital of Malaysia, Penang’s food scene is as diverse as it is delicious. Let a guide reveal the best of the city’s dishes on a half-day tour of George Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its culture and cuisine. You’ll receive personalized attention in a small group limited to six as your guide provides a comprehensive introduction to Penang that’s ideal for first-time visitors.
Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of George Town on a private 4-hour tour. Highlights include visits to the Reclining Buddha, Pinang Peranakan Mansion, and Clan Jetty. You also enjoy a driving tour through vibrant Little India where Christians, Taoists, Hindus, and Muslims live in harmony. The comprehensive snapshot of the multicultural town is a great opportunity to orient yourself to the area for future exploring.
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
In this guided tour, we will visit to 3-4 main attractions in Round Penang Island: 1. Pick up and drive to National Park (Ride:45 mins). 2. Tour fishing village and jetty. See fishermen as they go about their daily lives and their boat docking at the jetty.3. Visit handicraft center for hand drawn batik (Ride:5 mins). See handmade batik craft being transformed from a white piece of cloth to a masterpiece by master craftsmen. Buy a piece or two as souvenir for loved ones at home.4. Fruit stall (Ride:15 mins) or Nutmeg factory (Ride: 20 mins). Learn about all Malaysian tropical fruits that are in season. Sample some spices and see them in the original form.5. Snake Temple (Ride: 20 mins). See live Pit Viper snakes coiled up at temple. Not for the faint heart as these highly venomous snakes are alive and kicking. 6. Drop off at destination (Ride: 30 minutes).
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
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.
Get an overview and orientation of Penang's capital city with a private, 3-hour walking tour through Historic George Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Center. Visit religious and cultural sites, and learn about local history, on a tour that includes hotel pickup and drop-off from city and beach hotels in Penang.
Feast your senses on the sights and smells of George Town on a half-day culinary tour, ideal for food lovers with limited time in Penang. In a small group, explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of George Town in the early evening, a cooler and less-crowded time to visit, on a tour that combines its rich culture with numerous local delicacies. Plus, taking a food tour at the start of your trips means you receive ample culinary recommendations sure to enhance your vacation.
Discover George Town with an expert guide on a half-day, private tour of the city’s top highlights. You’ll see the bustling Clan Jetties and the Khoo Kongsi clan house, then tour a pair of important Buddhist temples, learning about local history and culture along the way. This 3.5-hour tour offers the flexibility and personal service of a private guide, and includes round-trip hotel transfers in the George Town area. Both morning and afternoon departures are available.
Explore Penang’s vibrant cuisine on a morning or afternoon tour of markets and cafes with a local, food-loving guide. This 3-hour, small-group tour includes 10 tastings and starts at a central location in Penang, and is the perfect introduction to the best things to eat and drink in a Malaysian culinary crossroads.
Your private tour of Penang Hill and Kek Lok Si Temple, the Pagoda of Ten Thousand Buddhas, is guaranteed to be a memorable one. Take a trip on the funicular railway up Penang Hill and experience the beauty that surrounds you on this half-day tour. Your local guide will share insight and history about the stunning hill country, the city of Georgetown and distant mainland Malaysia, as well as background on one of Southeast Asia’s most incredible Buddhist temples—known for its seven-tiered pagoda.