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Day 01  Penang Island (-)


Upon arrival at Penang airport, meet and greet our representative, transfer to hotel. Check in (Subject to availability before 2pm). Otherwise, drop off luggage at the hotel storage, just take a drive towards the Penang Bridge, a 13.5 kilometre dual lane carriageway toll bridge and a controlled-access highway in the state of Penang. It connects to Perai which is the mainland side of the state and with Gelugor on the island, crossing the Penang Strait. It is the first and the only road connection between the peninsula and the island, the second-longest bridge in Malaysia and the fifth-longest in Southeast Asia by total length, with a length over water of 8.4 kilometres, built by the Works Minister S. Samy Velu in 1981. The bridge withstands earthquake measuring up to 7.5 on the Richter scale, an amazing feat of craftsmanship.


Upon crossing the bridge, have lunch in the mainland, at nearby vicinity to the bridge. After lunch, take the bridge back to the Penang Island via Gurney drive, most well-known for its happenings, and explore the Gurney drive along with other coastal sea views and attractions, especially the Gurney sea view if the traffic flow is smooth or choose the best possible route to reach the hotel. 

Most hotels located here not only offer great views of the sea, but are also within walking distance to Gurney Drive’s and many key attractions. Transfer to hotel, check in, refresh and relax.

Later, proceed to visit the Snake Temple, probably the only one of its kind in the world. The temple honours a Buddhist monk named Chor Soo Kong, built in 1875 in memory of Chor Soo Kong, located at Sungai Kluang. The legend says, this pious monk gave shelter poisonous snakes, like pit vipers, which are rare in the whole world, when the temple was completed. Although they are poisonous, these snakes are not known to bite. However, tourists should be careful as snakes are snakes! They are unpredictable species !!!


There is a 600 pound bell made in China during the Manchurian Dynasty (1886) still hangs in the main hall. It is rung on the 1st and 15th days of every month of the Chinese calendar to invite the denizens of heaven and hell to pray.


After Snake temple, have dinner around Gurney Drive, a is well-known for its rows of hawker stalls and Malaysian eateries serving all sorts of local culinary delights and is a popular seafront promenade for the locals and tourists. There are also plenty of shops selling souvenirs and gift items, as well as a shopping mall, Gurney Plaza.


If you are a food lover, then Penang is one of the places you must try as they offer the pleasure of dinning in an executive way to hawker stalls beside the street on an open air concept which is a practical lifestyle of Malaysians which dishes out from the country’s most famous local multi race hawkers like the Chinese, Malay, Indian, Baba and Nyonya, Mamak to Japanese, Italian, Western style and more. Franchise fast food is also there at some corner of the streets. After dinner, stroll around the gurney drive promanate. transfer to hotel. Overnight in Penang.

Day 02 Penang Hill (B)

After breakfast, proceed for another whole day fascinating fusion tour in Penang Hill. Penang embraces modernity while retaining its traditions and old world charm, reflected in its harmonious multiracial populace and well-preserved heritage buildings, from an unpopulated ‘Betel Nut Island’ it led George Town being accorded a listing as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site recently. It is also a food capital of Malaysia, entices visitors with its beautiful coasts and scrumptious cuisines.


Proceed for Alight Hill station the Bukit Bendera which is about 735m above sea level, located on Penang Island, is the oldest of the four hill stations of colonial origin in Peninsular Malaysia. (The old funicular railway, known as Penang Hill Railway or Keretapi Bukit, the Swiss-built funicular was completed in 1923 and has trundled up and down ever since and  made its final run on the 87-year-old track. 

It is replaced with the new coaches and the journey time will be 10 minutes rather than 30 minutes on the old system.


Enjoy the climate and spectacular views over the island and mainland, gardens, an old-fashioned kiosk and a restaurant, as well as a lavishly decorated Hindu temple at the top. Take some water and food on longer walks.

The the downhill train, have lunch at the foothill area, continue to enjoy Batu Ferringhi, the 3-kilometre long beach, water spots and the it's pleasant beach activities. It is the second most visited place in Penang Island after George Town, which is home to a string of international class beachfront hotels, a long strip of white sandy beach, loads of water sports, a popular night market a great place to escape the heat of the city and relax by the pool enjoying the cool sea breezes.

Enjoy the Jetskies, Parasailing for a birds-eye view of the beach or take a thrilling Banana Boat ride (at own cost).

In the evening, the pavement along the main road running through town ((Jalan Batu Ferringhi), turns into a night market, selling you all the things you never knew you wanted, from copy branded goods to local arts and crafts.

Batu Ferringhi opens up daily after 7pm.  Transfer to hotel. Overnight in Penang Island.

Day 03 Penang Island/KLIA (B)

After breakfast, start off the day with the colonial buildings, the Fort Conrwallis or Kota Cornwallis in Malay, the old historic buildings of Georgetown. The fort is built on the site where the British, led by Captain Francis Light, first landed in Penang Island to take possession of the island in 1786. The first structure to be built was a star-shaped simple stockade made of nibong palm trunks and named after the then Governor-General of Bengal, Charles Cornwallis. In 1793 the fort was rebuilt using bricks at a cost of 67,000 Spanish Dollars. It was used as a military and administrative base for the British East India Company. The fort was built to protect their interests in the region, against a possible French attack (which never happened).

You can see the number of items in the vicinity. The Sri Rambai Cannon, originally given as a gift from the Dutch to the Sultan of Johor. It was later seized by the British and installed on the north-west bastion of the fort in 1871. Cannons lined up on the outer walls of the fort facing the sea. 

The Chapel, was the first chapel to be built on the island. The first recorded service that took place here was the marriage of the widow of Francis Light, Martina Rozells, to John Timmers, back in 1799. Today, only the shell of the building remains. There is nothing inside.

Visit the Church Street Pier was established in 1897, when still Chinese junks, flat-bottomed sampans, propelled by a single long pole or Perahu fishing boats, besides the occasional steam ship were plying the waters here.observe the shipping activities in the Penang Straits. Now it is a good and quiet spot for photo shots, and to have an ethnic Chinese cuisine with varieties of Chinese food. Continuation of that street is the wide Weld Quay (Pengkalan Weld). To the north of the Swettenham Pier, where the cruise ships dock and to the south is the busy Butterworth Ferry Pier.

Now it is just a pleasant lookout with two upmarket restaurants in the two round structures at the end of the pier. To the left, when entering the pier, is the 'Chin's Stylish Chinese Cuisine', to the right the 'QE II Waterfront Venue' with Western Continental Cuisine like Tapas or wood-oven fired Pizzas. And to it's right next to the Church Street Pier is the 'Hai Nan Town' restaurant and back at Weld Quay the attractive building of the Penang Branch of the Malaysian Railway. Since Church Street Pier faces east, it is a good place to come and watch the sun rise. Have dinner and transfer to hotel. Overnight in Penang Island.

Day 04 Penang Island/KLIA (B)

After breakfast, check out and drive back to Kuala Lumpur/KLIA for your onwards destination.

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