The Kek Lok Si Temple remains the largest Buddhist temple complex in South East Asia.
1880’s Chinese Courtyard mansion. An architectural legacy with 38 rooms, 5 courtyards, 7 staircases and a fascinating display of ‘feng shui’ subtleties.
Chinese settlers built this temple in the 1800’s to honour the goddess Kuan Yin.
This is the spot where Captain Francis Light first landed in 1786, making it one of Penang’s oldest sights.
The 72-acre gardens are famous for their flora and Long-Tailed Macaque monkeys which roam freely.
The Penang Butterfly Farm, the world’s first live tropical butterfly sanctuary features a Nature Park and the Museum of Asia Artifacts.
Penang Hill provides a cool retreat and a good view over the island.