Have a great time exploring Penang, even if you only have four hours. After a convenient hotel pick up, you will get to see a number of key attractions in the city. The tour starts off with a visit to the Kek Lok Si Temple where you can marvel at the 7 Tier Pagoda of the 10,000 Buddhas. In addition to this, you will see the 30.2 meter bronze statue of Guanyin, the Goddess of Mercy. This compact tour also takes you to new heights – literally – because you will get to rise 833 metres above sea level aboard the funicular train ride to the top of Penang Hill. By the end of the tour, you'll have ticked off many of Penang's key sights.
Penang is a popular tourist destination in Malaysia and its capital Georgetown is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A fusion of different people, cultures and traditions, Georgetown used to be a major trading hub in the Straits of Malacca. The city was known for its colorful architecture, combining British colonial buildings, Chinese shophouses and mosques. In just four hours, you will get to see some of the best sights Georgetown has to offer and what makes it a truly unique city that cannot be found anywhere else in Asia.
Watch Georgetown come alive by night, transforming into a bright bustling metropolis. Start off with a signature dinner right from a hawker's stall, sampling the best of Malaysian cuisine made in the best of its cooking traditions, such as satay, fried rice or sizzling hot plate noodles. With a delicious dinner filling your stomach, hop into the back of a trishaw and enjoy a scenic ride across Malaysia's second longest bridge, Penang Bridge. The tour concludes with a ferry ride back to Penang Island where you'll get to see all of the area's unique nighttime beauty from the water.
The vibrant dynamic region of Penang comes with lots to offer – and its capital Georgetown is one of the main destinations. The entire city is UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a mecca of ancient monuments, historical landmarks and museums. Led by your English speaking and informative guide, you'll visit Khoo Kongsi, a Chinese clanhouse with stunning architecture and - Hock Teik Cheng Sin Temple. Don't miss one of the oldest clan temples in town – the Cheah Kongsi. The Pinang Peranakan Mansion, a must see for every traveler visiting Penang, is a rich museum that showcases the traditions and culture of a Peranakan family including a recreated home of a wealthy resident to give you a glimpse into the past life of the rich and powerful
Immerse yourself in a truly authentic Penang experience with a tour in a traditional trishaw. The popular three-wheeled taxi will take you on an exciting adventure, letting you enjoy great sights and breathe in the atmosphere of Malaysia's streets and bustle. Cycle past the core of the city's UNESCO World Heritage Site: Fort Cornwallis, Penang Town Hall, Beach Street and Khoo Kongsi, an elaborate Chinese clan house, Achech Street, Kapitan Keling Mosque and more. Complete the tour with a visit to Penang's Little India