At Penang Island you can find many tourist attractions. Penang is one of Malaysia’s most famous islands.

This is because a good beach resorts and colonial legacy in Georgetown, the largest city on the island. Both of these are a resource for your own dance planning a holiday to Malaysia.
Here are the top 5 tourist attractions for your holidays in Penang:

Kek Lok Si Buddhist Temple

holidays in Penang
holidays in Penang

Kek Lok Si is a temple complex that located in Air Itam which includes the seven storey Pagoda of Ten Thousand Buddhas, said to be one of South East Asia’s most beautiful. A huge bronze statue of Kuan Yin is a popular attractions here.

Historic George Town

holidays in Penang
holidays in Penang

As a UNESCO World Heritage city, Penang’s capital George Town is like a living museum, crammed full of historic buildings and colourful streets. The best way to tour it is on foot.

In George Town, you can enjoy a variety of colonial heritage buildings that well-preserved. Some examples of these include City Hall, built in 1903, Fort Cornwallis, historical sites marking the landing of Captain Francis Light in 1786, Kuan Yin Teng or Goddess of Mercy Temple, The Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, and more for your holidays in Penang.

Batu Ferringhi

holidays in Penang
holidays in Penang

Batu Feringghi adjacent to the Gulf Bahang and Tanjung Bungah. Here you can dive and swim through the crystal clear waters. As well as diving and swimming, you can also find plenty of hotels, restaurants serving a variety of foods, as well as souvenir shops.

Penang Butterfly Farm and Botanical Garden

holidays in Penang
holidays in Penang

After visiting the tourist places that crowded in the city, visiting the Penang Botanic Gardens is the perfect solution for your holidays in Penang. Penang Botanic Gardens is a public park located in George Town on the island of Penang, Malaysia. In this park you can walk and take pictures of the different types of plants and trees there.

Penang Butterfly Farm is located in Teluk Bahang, and one of Penang’s most popular tourist attractions. The eight-hectare butterfly sanctuary houses an impressively varied collection of butterfly species as well as an assortment of other insects. It features more than 4,000 butterflies from more than 120 groups as well as other insects and reptiles.