Hello and welcome to Penang Travel Tips, the guide to visit, discover and enjoy everything about Penang, and my personal online encyclopedia of the world!
My name is Timothy Tye, or simply Tim. Because of this website, people call me "Mr Penang." Penang Travel Tips is my own online encyclopedia of Penang and everywhere else on earth. This website has a Sight Directory of Penang listing 3540 Penang sights, a Business Directory of Penang listing 202 types of businesses in Penang, and a Street Directory listing 777 streets in Penang. And that's not all. Also within this website is an online, audio-enabled Penang Hokkien Dictionary with over 5,500 words.
The Penang Travel Tips website was started on 26 July, 2008, when I relocated my Penang content from my earlier site, AsiaExplorers. Over time however, more and more non-Penang content was moved across to be housed here. As of 22 March, 2017, it has 20,018 pages and receives some 2,000,000 page views per month. On 1 September 2017, I split this website into two, with non-Penang content gradually moved to my new Timothy Tye website. As of 12 November, 2017, all my Asia content has been moved, with relocation of non-Asia content planned for a later date.
Penang Travel Tips was created for one purpose: to satisfy my curiosity about the world around me, but it has since grown to become my personal encyclopedia. The information found here goes back to 2003 and has been updated numerous times. Every page is built like a layer cake, with information added to it through countless updates. The result is a body of knowledge that has become a useful source of reference material not only for casual tourists, but also by the locals, students, teachers, journalists, just about anybody seeking fast information about Penang and elsewhere.
Upcoming trip to Penang from Singapore
Makan Angin & Masak Asam Laksa @ PenangHere's a fun 3-day 2-night trip created specially for those in Singapore who want a short vacation in Penang, where you will be taken sightseeing, feasting on the local eats and enjoy join a cooking demonstration of the local specialities. Upcoming trip on 6-8 July, with limited space left. Confirmation on first-come-first-served basis + full payment to follow. Interested? Contact Evonne +65 9476 7177 on WhatsApp
How to reach PenangYou can reach Penang by taking the plane, arriving at the Penang International Airport; by driving, usually using the North-South Expressway; by taking the Electric Train Service trains; by taking the ferry from Langkawi and Medan; and from taking cruiseliners.
Where to stay in PenangI have stayed, tried out and experienced the hospitality of the following hotels in Penang, and so I can share with you, with words and pictures, how it is like staying there. In alphabetical order, they are Areca Hotel, Cititel Penang, Copthorne Orchid Hotel Penang, DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Penang, Eastin Hotel Penang, Flamingo Hotel By The Beach Penang, GLOW Penang Hotel, Golden Sands Resort Penang by Shangri-La, Hard Rock Hotel Penang, Hotel Equatorial Penang, Hotel Neo+ Penang, Iconic Hotel Penang, Ixora Hotel Penang, Kimberley Hotel Georgetown, Lexis Suites Penang, Mei Hotel Penang, Northam All Suite Hotel, Olive Tree Hotel Penang, Royale Chulan Penang, Shangri-La's Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa, Sunrise Gurney 68PG, Sunway Hotel Georgetown, Sunway Hotel Seberang Jaya, The Edison George Town, The Light Hotel, The Wembley Penang, Vistana Penang Bukit Jambul and Yeng Keng Hotel.
Top Tips for Enjoying PenangNo time to read? Let me give you fast tips to enjoy Penang!
- 5 Fabulous Char Koay Teow: Char Koay Teow is one of the most popular hawker food in Penang. Here's my personal favourites at one go.
- Fast Guide to Choosing Penang Hotels: Dunno which hotel to choose? Let me show you one-by-one with original photos taken of the rooms of over a dozen Penang hotels.
- When to visit Penang?: If you haven't made plans yet for your Penang vacation, let me share with you when's the best time to visit.
12 Top Tourist Attractions in PenangIf you are visiting Penang and do not have too much time, here's my recommendation of the 12 top tourist attractions in Penang for you to visit.
Penang Food RecommendationsWhat to eat where? Get recommendations from the locals themselves, through their input in the Penang Hawker Food Facebook Group.
12 Top Tourist Attractions in Kuala LumpurYou are visiting Kuala Lumpur and don't have time to see much. To help you, let me offer you this recommendation of the 12 top tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur for you to visit.
10 Top Tourist Attractions in SelangorPlanning a visit to Selangor soon? Here's my recommendation of 10 top tourist attractions for you to consider.
Getting to know PenangOf the almost 20,000 pages on this website, some 7,000 is about Penang and just Penang. So, that's a lot about Penang to discover. Administratively, Penang State is divided into five main districts called the Northeast District (Daerah Timur Laut), Southwest District (Daerah Barat Daya), North Penang Mainland (Seberang Perai Utara), Central Penang Mainland (Seberang Perai Tengah) and South Penang Mainland (Seberang Perai Selatan). To help you find your way, I have grouped the places in Penang by the following major towns.
Timothy Tye's Penang Eating Tips
Timothy Tye's Penang Eating TipsPenang is famous as a street food destination, so I am often asked, what I like to eat. Since this same question is being repeated to me over and over, I decided to create a page to answer it, so that I never have to do it in person ever again!
Location of places in Penang on the map
List of Places in Penang
- GEORGE TOWN (GPS: 5.41921, 100.34404)
- CITY OF PENANG ISLAND
- Air Itam, Penang Island (GPS: 5.40567, 100.28307)
- Alma, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.32987, 100.4781)
- Ara Kuda, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.43802, 100.51307)
- Bagan Ajam, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.43747, 100.38071)
- Bagan Dalam, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.39264, 100.36991)
- Bagan Lalang, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.43118, 100.39702)
- Bagan Luar, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.41051, 100.37083)
- Bagan Nyior, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.32621, 100.41877)
- Balik Pulau, Penang Island (GPS: 5.35067, 100.23478)
- Bandar Cassia, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.25601, 100.43386)
- Bandar Perai Jaya, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.37769, 100.39776)
- Bandar Perda, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.36576, 100.43519)
- Bandar Sri Pinang, Penang Island (GPS: 5.39762, 100.32767)
- Bandar Tasek Mutiara, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.2778, 100.49243)
- Batu Ferringhi, Penang Island (GPS: 5.47295, 100.24735)
- Batu Kawan, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.26481, 100.43598)
- Batu Lanchang, Penang Island (GPS: 5.39226, 100.30889)
- Batu Maung, Penang Island (GPS: 5.28491, 100.2875)
- Batu Uban, Penang Island (GPS: 5.28491, 100.2875)
- Bayan Baru, Penang Island (GPS: 5.32621, 100.29225)
- Bayan Lepas, Penang Island (GPS: 5.29487, 100.25954)
- Berapit, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.39774, 100.49416)
- Bukit Berangan, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.43565, 100.47185)
- Bukit Gambir, Penang Island (GPS: 5.37112, 100.29693)
- Bukit Gedung, Penang Island (GPS: 5.31563, 100.28393)
- Bukit Jambul, Penang Island (GPS: 5.34031, 100.28307)
- Bukit Mertajam, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.36552, 100.46056)
- Bukit Minyak, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.32874, 100.44836)
- Bukit Tambun, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.2762, 100.46545)
- Bukit Tengah, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.33839, 100.43057)
- Bukit Tok Alang, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.44309, 100.47732)
- Bumbung Lima, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.5568, 100.4356)
- Butterworth, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.39552, 100.36688)
- Cherok Tokun, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.34683, 100.48665)
- Ekor Kuching, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.54358, 100.52584)
- Farlim, Penang Island (GPS: 5.39238, 100.28537)
- Gelugor, Penang Island (GPS: 5.38003, 100.30785)
- Gertak Sanggul, Penang Island (GPS: 5.28156, 100.19025)
- Jarak Atas, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.45038, 100.48001)
- Jarak Tengah, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.45403, 100.47679)
- Jawi, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.19761, 100.49503)
- Jelutong, Penang Island (GPS: 5.38951, 100.31298)
- Juru, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.31634, 100.44396)
- Kepala Batas, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.51666, 100.42552)
- Kuala Juru, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.34031, 100.40897)
- Kubang Menderung, Penang Mainland (GPS: )
- Kubang Semang, Penang Mainland (GPS: )
- Lima Kongsi, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.24045, 100.50648)
- Machang Bubok, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.33941, 100.51043)
- Mak Mandin, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.424423, 100.392713)
- Mengkuang, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.40338, 100.49388)
- Mengkuang Titi, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.41405, 100.49175)
- Mount Erskine, Penang Island (GPS: 5.44375, 100.30285)
- Nibong Tebal, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.17009, 100.47861)
- Padang Lalang, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.365168, 100.448287)
- Padang Menora, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.45688, 100.47332)
- Pajak Song, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.500556, 100.426105)
- Paya Terubong, Penang Island (GPS: 5.37388, 100.2757)
- Pekan Darat, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.47358, 100.40118)
- Penaga, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.52768, 100.38147)
- Penanti, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.40504, 100.46543)
- Perai, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.38778, 100.38162)
- Permatang Batu, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.36435, 100.43229)
- Permatang Binjai, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.49978, 100.39573)
- Permatang Buluh, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.48549, 100.42613)
- Permatang Damar Laut, Penang Island (GPS: 5.28192, 100.25848)
- Permatang Haji Hassan, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.48606, 100.43283)
- Permatang Keriang, Penang Mainland (GPS:5.56457, 100.36759)
- Permatang Kuala, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.50546, 100.3919)
- Permatang Nibong, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.38995, 100.43706)
- Permatang Pak Elong, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.50668, 100.40248)
- Permatang Pasir, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.42, 100.43671)
- Permatang Pauh, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.41058, 100.41329)
- Permatang Rambai, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.5269, 100.39495)
- Permatang Rawa, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.36868, 100.44984)
- Permatang Sintok, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.51551, 100.40244)
- Permatang Sungai Dua, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.46439, 100.42969)
- Permatang Tinggi, Simpang Ampat, SPS, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.30101, 100.47704)
- Permatang Tinggi, Kepala Batas, SPU, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.54395, 100.43475)
- Permatang Tok Gelam, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.4895, 100.39785)
- Permatang Tok Jaya, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.45764, 100.40123)
- Permatang Tok Mahat, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.13211, 100.48058)
- Pulau Mertajam, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.57152, 100.36244)
- Pulau Tikus, Penang Island (GPS: 5.43165, 100.31181)
- Relau, Penang Island (GPS: 5.33012, 100.27698)
- Seberang Jaya, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.39522, 100.39924)
- Simpang Ampat, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.26481, 100.43598)
- Sungai Ara, Penang Island (GPS: 5.32429, 100.27191)
- Sungai Bakap, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.26481, 100.43598)
- Sungai Batu, Penang Island (GPS: 5.28591, 100.24073)
- Sungai Dua, Penang Island (GPS: 5.35172, 100.29856)
- Sungai Dua, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.44528, 100.42965)
- Sungai Keluang, Penang Island (GPS: 5.31489, 100.28573)
- Sungai Lembu, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.35636, 100.52061)
- Sungai Nibong, Penang Island (GPS: 5.33669, 100.29793)
- Sungai Nibong Kecil, Penang Island (GPS: 5.33107, 100.28703)
- Sungai Puyu, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.44791, 100.39505)
- Sungai Setar, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.14685, 100.44619)
- Sungai Tiram, Penang Island (GPS: 5.30297, 100.27706)
- Sungai Udang, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.16545, 100.42779)
- Tanah Liat, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.38369, 100.46329)
- Tanjong Tokong, Penang Island (GPS: 5.45127, 100.30556)
- Tanjung Bungah, Penang Island (GPS: 5.46562, 100.28071)
- Tasek Gelugor, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.5.48267, 100.49279)
- Teluk Air Tawar, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.44505, 100.38219)
- Teluk Bahang, Penang Island (GPS: 5.45785, 100.21473)
- Teluk Kumbar, Penang Island (GPS: 5.28807, 100.23206)
- Teluk Tempoyak, Penang Island (GPS: 5.27763, 100.28758)
- Valdor, Penang Mainland (GPS: 5.24002, 100.49331)
Penang Visitor InformationIf you are planning a trip to Penang, here's the information to help you plan your visit!
Exploring PenangWhether you plan to explore Penang on your own, by taking public transport, or rented car, or even walk about the city, the information is here. Also, if you are planning to engage a tour guide to show you around, the information is also here.
Going on Foot in George TownGeorge Town - the inner city anyway - is a very walkable place, especially during the weekends. It is possible to explore and discover George Town on foot, or you may also hire a bicycle or tricycle and ride around.
Learn Penang HokkienPenangites are incredibly proud that we speak our own variant of Hokkien called Penang Hokkien. To ensure that our Penang Hokkien do not die away, we have enthusiastically put together our own online dictionary which (as of Feb 2017) has 5766 entries, with more added over time. Do visit the dictionary by clicking on Dictionary.
Want to learn Penang Hokkien? We have a free course to teach you the language, just go to Learn Penang Hokkien right here.
Explore the States of MalaysiaThere's more to Penang Travel Tips than just Penang. I have described the entire country. Select any state and start exploring!
Federal Territories of Malaysia
Cities of Malaysia
Major Towns and Destinations of Malaysia
The Whole Wide World at Your Fingertips!This website covers not just Penang, and not just Malaysia. I have described the entire world, and the information is shared here to you. Feel free to make use of my expanding body of knowledge. Pages are being updated on a regular basis.
What's cooking ...
Tim & Chooi Yoke's Home CookingMy wife and I are much into homecooked food, and we would like to share with you our joy of Home Cooking.
Top Tips on Penang
GPS Coordinates of Major Penang Hotels
Guide to Good Penang Street Food
The Complete Rapid Penang Bus Guide
Tips for Taking the Taxi
A Comprehensive Guide to Penang Street Art
Penang Travel Privilege Card
Information for Visitors Arriving by Plane
Google Street View in Malaysia
Information for selecting a hotel in Penang
Categories of eateries in PenangBistros, Chicken Rice Shops, Chinese Restaurants, Coffee Shops, Dessert outlets, Dim Sum Restaurants, Food Courts, Hawker Centres, Hawker Stalls, Indian Restaurants, Italian Restaurants, Japanese Restaurants, Malay Restaurants, Nasi Kandar Restaurants, Restaurants, Restaurant Chains, Roadside Hawkers, Seafood Restaurants, Steamboat Restaurants, Thai Restaurants and Vegetarian Restaurants.
Information on Penang Food
Categories of sights in PenangIf you operate a business with an address in Malaysia, submit this form to have your business listed in my directory. Listing is free of charge.
7-Eleven Stores, Accounting Firms, Acupuncture Centres, Advertisement Billboard Makers, AEON Malls, Aid Organisations, Air-Conditioner Sellers & Repairers, Alternative Medicine Centres, Anakku Stores, Antiques, Apartments, Aquariums, Architects, Army Camps, Art Centres, Art Galleries, Associations, Auditoriums, Auto Gates, Auto Repair Shops, Auto Service Centres, Auto Spray Painting Shops, Baba Nyonya, Baby Products, Bakeries, Baking Supplies, Banks, Barbers, Bathroom Fixtures, Batik, Beaches, Beauty Parlours, Bee Cheng Hiang Barbecued Meat, Bicycles, Blood Test Labs, Books, Book Stores, Boutiques, Brassware, Bridal Houses, Bridges, Buddhist Temples, Bus Terminals, Butchers, Cameras, Car Accessories, Car Air-Conditioners, Car Parks, Car Rentals, Car Repairs, Car Showrooms, Car Wash, Carpets, Caterers, Cemeteries, Child-Care Centres, Chinese Medical Halls, Chinese Physicians, Chinese Prayer Articles, Chinese Temples, Chinese Wedding Masters of Ceremony, Chiropractors, Churches, Clan Associations, Clan Temples, Cleaning Services, Clinics, Clocks, Clock Towers, Coins, Colleges, Commercial Properties, Computer Hardware, Computer Repair, Condominiums, Confinement Centres, Construction Companies, Construction Material, Consulates, Consultancy Firms, Contractors, Convention Centres, Cooking Gas, Cosway Sales Centres, Crockery Dealers, Curtains, Dance Studios, DAP Service Centres, Dental Clinics, Department Stores, Design Agencies, Developers, Dialysis Centres, DIGI Stores, Driving Schools, Econsave Super/Hypermarkets, Electrical Appliances, Electricians, Emcees (Masters of Ceremony), Equipment Suppliers, Event Management, Express Bus Companies, Expressways, Exterminators, Factories, Fashion Accessories, Financial Institutions, Fire Stations, Fitness Centres, Flats, Flea Markets, Flooring, Florists, Flyer Distributors, Food Deliverers, Foot Reflexology, Forest Parks, Forts, Fountains, Framing, Freight Forwarders, Funeral Parlours, Furniture, Garden Centres, Georgetown Pharmacy outlets, Giant Super/Hypermarkets, Gift Shops, Golf Courses, Government Buildings, Government Departments, Government Quarters, Graves, Green Building Consultants, Guardian Pharmacy outlets, Gurdwaras, Gyms, Hair-Dressing Salons, Handicrafts, Happy Mart outlets, Hardware Stores, Heavy Machineries, Heritage Sites, Hindu Temples, Historic Buildings, Home Furnishing, Hospitals, Housing Estates, Hypermarkets, Indian Fashion Accessories, Industrial Parks, Infrastructures, Insurance, Interior Decorators, International Schools, Internet Cafes, Internet Service Providers, Islands, IT Solutions, Jetties, Jewellery, Keadilan Service Centres, Kindergartens, Kitchens, Kitchen Utensils, Klinik Kesihatan (Government Clinics), Laundrettes, Law Firms, Learning Centres, Libraries, Lighthouses, Lighting, Liquor, Localities, Locksmiths, Low-Cost Flats, Luggage Bags, Luggage Repair, Maid Agencies, Madrasahs, Manicurists, Markets, Massage Centres, Massage by the Blind, Mausoleums, Maxis Customer Centres, Medical Labs, Medical Specialists, Medicated Tea Stalls, Metal Works, Mini Markets, Mobile Motorcycle Mechanics, Mobile Phone Shops, Modern Buildings, Money Changers, Monuments, Moral Uplifting Societies, Mosques, Motorcycles, Motorcycle Repair, Moving Companies, Multi-Purpose Halls, Multimedia, Museums, Music Schools, Musical Instruments, Nature Sites, Neighbourhoods, Newsagents, Newspapers, Night Markets, Novelties, Nurseries, Nursing Homes, Nutritional Products, Odd Job Workers, Office Equipment, Old Folks Homes, Opticians, Organic Food, Organisations, Palaces, Pawn Shops, Parks, Pedestrian Bridges, Pedestrian Malls, Penang Assemblies, Pet Grooming, Pet Shops, Petrol Stations, Pharmacies, Photo Studios, Photocopiers, Plant Nurseries, Plastic Surgeons, Playing Fields, Plumbers, Police Stations, Post Offices, Precision Instruments, Print Shops, Private Colleges, Public Health Clinics, Public Services Departments, Public Toilets, Railway Stations, Rattan, Real Estate Agencies, Recreation Clubs, Recruitment Agencies, Recycling Centres, Refrigerator Repair, Residential Properties, Rivers, Roof Repair, Roundabouts, Rubber Stamp Makers, Schools, Scrap Metal Traders, Security Services, Self-Development Centres, Serviced Apartments, Shoe Stores, Shops, Shopping Malls, Singer Stores, Skin Specialists, Spas, Skyscrapers, Specialty Stores, Sports Goods, Stadiums, Stationeries, Stock Brokers, Supermarkets, Suraus, Swimming Pools, Tailors, Tea Shops, Temples, Tesco Stores, Textiles, Tiles, Titbits, TM Point outlets, Tourist Attractions, Tourist Products, Towns, Toy Shops, Tua Pek Kong Temples, Trainers, Transport Companies, Travel Agencies, Traveller Knickknacks, Tuition Centres, Tyre, Undertakers, Universities, Used Car Dealers, Veterinary Clinics, Villages, Washing Machine Repair, Waterfalls, Waterfront Promenades, Wats (Thai Buddhist Temples), Watsons outlets, Web Design, Wedding Bands, Wedding Banquet Venues, Wedding Photographers, Wholesalers, and World War II Fortifications.
Planning your trip to Penang
Administration of Penang StateThe executive authority of the Penang State Government is under the Penang State Executive Council, which since the 2018 State Election is headed by the Right Honourable Chow Kon Yeow, Chief Minister of Penang.
The Penang State Legislative Assembly is a unicameral 40-seat assembly which convenes at the State Assembly Building on Light Street. Members of the assembly are called State Assemblymen (Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri or ADUN). As of the 2018 State Election, the Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition commands a supermajority in the legislature, with 37 out of the 40 seats, comprising 19 from the Democratic Action Party (DAP), 10 from the People's Justice Party (PKR), 2 from the Malaysian United Indigenous Party (PPBM) and 2 from the National Trust Party (Amanah). The state opposition is made up of 2 seats from the National Front (BN) and 1 from the Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS).
Penang State is divided into five districts namely Daerah Timur-Laut and Daerah Barat-Daya on Penang Island, and Seberang Perai Utara, Seberang Perai Tengah and Seberang Perai Selatan on Penang Mainland.
The local governments of Penang State comprises the Penang Island City Council, which administers the City of Penang Island, inclusive of George Town, headed by the Mayor of the City of Penang Island, and the Seberang Perai Municipal Council, which administers Penang Mainland, headed by the President of the Seberang Perai Municipal Council. At time of this update (May 2018), the Mayor of the City of Penang Island is Mr Yew Tung Seang while the President of the Seberang Perai Municipal Council is Mr Rozali Mohamud.
Places to get Tourist Brochures in Penang
- Tourist Information Centre
- George Town World Heritage Inc
Taking the Bus in Penang
Other Public Transport in Penang
Driving in Penang
Cycling in Penang
- Cycling in Penang
- Penang Bike Share (coming)
Postal Services in Penang
- Postal Services
- Post Offices in Penang
Vital Contacts in Penang
Activities in PenangDo not know what to do during your spare time? In Penang, there's lots of opportunity for recreation. The following is just a sample of activities that you can join while you're here!
Performing Arts of Penang
Culture of Penang
The People of Penang
Get to know Penang Hokkien
Travelling outside PenangJust so you know, Penang Travel Tips is no longer just about Penang. I am in the process of beefing up information on all the major cities in Malaysia as well, to give you a one-stop location for all place information of the country.
Categories of sights in Kuala LumpurAccounting Firms, Acupuncture Centres, Administrative Divisions, Advertising Agencies, AEON Malls, Aid Organisations, Air Conditioner Repair, Antiques, Apartments, Art Galleries, Assemblies, Auditoriums, Auto Gates, Auto Repair, Auto Spray Painting, Baby Products, Bakeries, Baking Supplies, Brethren Assemblies, Bridges, Buddhist Temples, Bus Terminals, Car Parks, Car Showrooms, Cemeteries, Child Care Centres, Chinese Restaurants, Chinese Temples, Churches, Clan Associations, Clinics, Clock Towers, Coffee Shops, Colleges, Commercial Properties, Condominiums, Convention Centres, Demolished Buildings, Dental Clinics, Department Stores, Development Projects, Dialysis Centres, Embassies, Entertainers, Event Management Companies, Eye Specialists, Fire Stations, Flats, Florists, Food Courts, Forest Parks, Fountains, Furniture Shops, Giant Hypermarkets, Golf Courses, Government Buildings, Graves, Gurdwaras, Handicraft Centres, High-Rise Buildings, Hindu Temples, Historic Buildings, Hospitals, Hotels, Housing Estates, Hypermarkets, Important Buildings, Indian Restaurants, International Schools, Jewellery Shops, KFC outlets, Libraries, Localities, LRT Stations, Malay Restaurants, Markets, Mass Transit, Mausoleums, , Mini Markets, Modern Buildings, Monorail Stations, Monuments, Mosques, MRT Stations, museums, Musical Instruments, Nasi Kandar Restaurants, Neighbourhoods, Night Clubs, Organisations, Pakistani Restaurants, Palaces, Parks, Pedestrian Malls, Playing Fields, Police Stations, Post Offices, Print Shops, Properties, Restaurants, Rivers, Roundabouts, Schools, Seafood Restaurants, Second-Hand Car Dealers, Shopping Malls, Skyscrapers, Souvenir Shops, Specialty Shops, Stadiums, Stationery Shops, Street Art, Streets, Supermarkets, Suraus, Thai Restaurants, Tourist Attractions, Train Stations, Trains, Universities, Utility Plants, Villages and Waterfalls.
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Rapid Penang Bus Routes
Penang Hokkien Dictionary
Updates on the Penang Travel Tips Homepage7 May 2016
After years of aligning the homepage in two columns, I decided to simplify the homepage to just one column, and make the information much easier for readers to find.
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