LGKMYWorth a visit. The elegantly restored museum is a testament to the Baba-Nyonya cultural revival and displays more than thousand pieces of antiques and collectibles. The Mansion was once the residence/office of Chung Keng Kwee (Kapitan China).
_GG***01Maritime Luxury Suites - Penang for the 1st time!Super clean, Spectacular view, Friendly front desk & Great location! I give 10/10 review The moment we opened the door all we could focus on was the breathtaking view of the sea, it was sunset a romantic view... My son was so thrilled and excited haha...Thank you Maritime Luxury Suites for making our stay in Penang an unforgettable holiday! WE WILL BE BACK!Thank you Trip.com i took your recommendations for this stay in Penang. Lastly, Thank you to all your chat Agent they were all so prompt in replying all my queries *kudos* Team
D29***01as this was my first visit on the royal Caribbean cruise , I truly enjoy the ride . having seen the ship berth for the first time in Penang really excites me as I never had the experience . it was really a good one .
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Penang is a Malaysian island off the Malay Peninsula in the Strait of Malacca. Nicknamed the Pearl of the Orient, Penang is famous for its soft sandy beaches and is fondly regarded as the food capital of Malaysia.
Some of the most interesting sites of Penang include the sandy beaches of Tanjung Bungah, the landscape from the summit of Penang Hill and the vipers in the Snake Temple.
In George Town, the capital of Penang state, foreign influences are evident in landmarks like colonial Fort Cornwallis, Chinese clan temple Khoo Kongsi and Indian-style Kapitan Keling Mosque. Other notable religious sites include the Chinese Goddess of Mercy Temple, the Buddhist Kek Lok Si Temple and Hindu Sri Mahamariamman Temple.
UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring graphic street art depicting the life of the people of Penang. Strolling through Georgetown’s streets just a little bit more exciting, in 2012 Penang’s municipal council hired London-trained Lithuanian artist, Ernest Zacharevic and charged him with breathing new life into some of the atmospheric Chinese shop-houses around the inner city. An effort to spawn awareness of the rich history of the streets, the project was a success with Zacharevic turning certain areas into thriving tourist destinations that also became the much-talked about object of attention among locals. #penang #malaysiatravel #malaysiatrulyasia
When you visit Malaysia, make sure you’re not only going to KL, but take an hour flight to Penang as well, it is food heaven and have so many historical places. Despite its humid&hot weather, walking around Georgetown to wonder the old town and buy the street food was fun, and you can also take a free bus to explore the tourist area.
Aside from Penang's world famous street art it also boast its mall that looks like a big work of art.
Katrina Marie Verso
Either you love to travel for staycation or food lover, trust me Penang never let you down. From street food in georgetown to several fine dining the price always reasonable.
Getting There - You definitely can get to museum by 'jeti' or bus and disembark at Komtar station. The museum is few minutes walking distance of ( 300 m )
Attractions - You get to experience different reflection from various angle, create own design to be printed on your souvenir from several choices such keychains and mugs. you can shop for quality glass items and take fun photos with some glass-themed 3D art over there.Not to forget, these place is a must photographed with all those cool and fun reflection from the exhibition ☺️☺️
Upstairs are interactive displays such as ultraviolet-lit glass art panels, kaleidoscopic mirrors, coloured glass floor panels, glass murals and fun 3D trick art displays for taking selfie photos.
• Monday-Friday from 9.30 am to 6 pm.
• Saturday from 9.30 am to 5 pm.
• Closed on Sundays
• Last Entry 45 minutes before closing time.
• Adult = RM 21.50 - Foreigner
RM 17 - MyKad
• Child (ages 3-12) = RM 12 - Foreigner
RM 9 - MyKad
Getting There - Took a flight from Singapore to Penang via Scoot ✈️
Attractions - Visited Penang Street Art @ Georgetown, Penang War Museum
Hotels - Went to Cititel Express which was clean & a really convenient location
Food & Restaurants - Highlight of my trip was the food! Here are some food places I recommend:
• Corgi & the Gang: Great place to visit if you love dogs!!
• Penang Muar Chee (closed now based on Google): Super delicious muarchee with many different flavors like redbean, green tea & more!
• Taitong Restaurant: Affordable & delicious dimsum! You can choose your dimsum from carts & the ceiling is filled with cute lanterns!
• Siam Road Charcoal Char Koay Teow: Queued 2 hours for 2 plates of CKT!! It was a super long wait but CKT was really good!
Shopping - Went to Gurney Paragon Mall but did not buy anything much since we mainly travelled to Penang for the food!
Hotel yang cantik. Masa check in bilik bersih je. Housekeeping buat kerja 😁.
Hairdryer, kettle, water heater semua ada dan berfungsi dengan baik
Parking boleh parking basement atau belakang hotel.
Overall, saya boleh bagi 4 bintang.
First time tulis review hotel ni.