- Welcome to Malaysia!
- Cross Penang Bridge*1 and have a quick sight-seeing at George Town World Heritage Site.
- The construction of Kek Lok Si Temple (or "Turtle Temple" as called by the Thais) began in 1890. It is one of the best known temples on the island and also the largest Buddhist temple in Southeast Asia.
- Fort Cornwallis, located next to the Esplanade, is the largest standing fort in Malaysia. We will stop here for a quick photo sessions outside the fort.
- Shopping at Gurney Plaza or Queensbay Mall (choose one).
Trishaw ride in George Town Heritage Site.
We recommend that you select this optional item during tour setup.
- Wat Chayamangkalaram is a Thai Buddhist temple in George Town most notable for its 33 meters Reclining Buddha statue.
- Dhamikarama Burmese Temple in Penang is the first Buddhist temple to be built in Penang back in 1803.
- Ernest Zacharevic is a young Lithuania-born artist who has become exceedingly popular in Penang after completing a series of murals entitled Mirrors George Town as part of George Town Festival 2012. Ernest's murals include "Little Children on Bicycle", "Reaching Up", "Boy on a Bike" etc.
- There are 7 Clan Jetties at the waterfront near to the ferry terminal. The more famous Chew Jetty is a whole settlement of wooden houses built on silts and the name �Chew� is the surname (the first name) of the residences.
- Standard shopping such as coffee & chocolate gallery and local products outlet.
- Shopping at Zone Duty-Free Complex*2 at Malaysia-Thailand border.
*1: Not for groups in/out Penang International Airport.
*2: For groups depart through Bukit Kayu Hitam-Sadao border only.
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