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Sights and sounds of Penang

 
1 Georgetown City Explorer
Georgetown City Explorer

A great trip, by George

Georgetown, the capital of Penang and named after King George III of England, is an interesting blend of old and new and is listed by UNESCO as a world heritage city. It has a great range of arts and culture and is definitely not a place to miss when visiting the island of Penang. On this tour you stop first at the famous Golden reclining Bhudda, which is one of the largest in Asia.

This is followed by a visit to the heritage zone and it's many photo opportunities including Fort Cornwallis and the famous Clan Jetty where houses are built on stilts over the water and still occupied today. Then take a slow drive along the famous Street of Harmony to see local street life and the many houses of worship.

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1 Georgetown City Explorer

Georgetown City Explorer

 
2 Penang Heritage Walking Tour
Penang Heritage Walking Tour

Walk through history

Start this Penang tour at St. George’s Church, the oldest Anglican Church in Southeast Asia. Then continue on to the Goddess of Mercy Temple, passing through colourful stalls where flower garlands are made and then visit Pinang Peranakan Mansion for a tour and see some of the thousands of antiques and collectible items on display.

Then walk pass King Street, cut into Market Street and arrive at some spice shops where you discover everything about the various spices and how to use them in traditional cooking. From here you travel on to the final stop which is the Khoo Kongsi - a large Chinese clanhouse with elaborate and highly ornate architecture and a mark of the dominant presence of the Chinese in Penang.

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2 Penang Heritage Walking Tour

Penang Heritage Walking Tour

 
3 Penang Hill & Temple Tour
Penang Hill & Temple Tour

Temple is a real high spot

On this fascinating tour you head for the hills with a funicular train ride up Penang Hill to enjoy this cool retreat away from the tropical heat below. On top of the hill you have a great panoramic view of the capital city George Town and see lots of exotic flora and fauna.

Next visit one of the largest Buddhist temples in South East Asia. Kek Lok Si Temple is also known as the Temple of Ten Thousand Buddhas. A seven tier Pagoda dominates this stunning building, which is influenced by the architectural styles of the Thais, Burmese and Chinese and watched over by a beautiful bronze statue of the Goddess of Mercy. There is so much to see and do when visiting Penang and this hill and temple tour will probably be one of the highlights of your visit.


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3 Penang Hill & Temple Tour

Penang Hill & Temple Tour

 
4 Private Georgetown Heritage Tour
Private Georgetown Heritage Tour

City Secrets Revealed

George Town, listed by UNESCO as a world heritage city, has a great range of arts and culture and is definitely not a place to miss when visiting Penang. On this popular tour you can walk around the fascinating Peranakan Mansion Museum with its displays of more than 1,000 antiques before strolling through the colourful ethnic enclave Little India, where the shops are full of local crafts that make great souvenirs. After testing your bargaining skills, stop at the oldest Hindu temple in Penang.

Then continue on to the Chinese Clan Houses where you can see the ornate rooftops with their intricately carved dragon pillars before walking along Armenian Street to view the street art which is on display in every nook and cranny. Your private tour ends on a sweet note when you are taken to the Chocolate Boutique where you can indulge yourself and buy some of the tasty treats. This tour is a great way to get to experience life in Penang's capital city.

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4 Private Georgetown Heritage Tour

Private Georgetown Heritage Tour

 
5 Private Georgetown Wet Market Tour
Private Georgetown Wet Market Tour

Get ready to haggle

Meet your driver and guide early in the morning and travel to the oldest wet market in Georgetown. Take a stroll around and see the locals haggling noisily over the prices of fresh food, cheap clothes and knick-knacks. You can also try your hand at this 'fun' experience as your guide is always on hand to help with the bargaining process.

At the market you can enjoy breakfasts, possibly trying some of the local dishes such as Roti Bakar, Kopi O and Teh Tarik. From here, continue on to Little India, a Market Street with its spice, saree and accessory shops. You will certainly experience a different atmosphere from the wet market and here you will be able to buy lots of souvenirs.

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5 Private Georgetown Wet Market Tour

Private Georgetown Wet Market Tour

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