Do you want to check out a place that showcases the special and the uncommon? Would you like to check out a holiday spot that holds the aura of an old-world charm? Do you wish to browse through sights and sounds that display a seamless mix of the East and West? Penang situated at the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia by the Strait of Malacca welcomes visitors to stay at elegant Malaysia Penang hotels and take in an air of fairy tale environments. With its unending beaches, foods with heritage structures at the renowned UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Website at George Town, Penang showcases a tapestry of an abundant culture, custom and natural beauty.
Top garden in Penang. Are you all set to take a trip to the only spice garden in South East Asia? Penang displays the Tropical Spice GGarden and spice sanctuaryat Teluk Bahang with its café overlooking the sea, keepsake shop and over 500 ranges of plants from all over Malaysia. The Butterfly Farm at Teluk Bahang exhibits a reproducing research study centre and an eco-tourism destination. Tourists will be fascinated by the Snake Temple or the Chor Soo Kong Temple where they can see Wagler Pitt Vipers and other varieties. Experience lovers will enjoy to travel though the National Park or Muka Head in Pantai Acheh, Penang. Tourists can delight in the Pantai Kerachut beach, the distinct meromictic lake, have a picnic, swim, trek, go island hopping on boat trips or fish.
Discover a Spectrum of Sights
Visitors can see the Kek Lok Si Temple in Penang which is the largest temple in Malaysia built in 1890. Households visiting Penang will like the fairy tale ambience as the temple is lit with over thousands of lights during the Chinese New Year. Lovers of architecture can unwind in a rejuvenating environment as they check out Penang Hill that showcases big and lovely colonial estates. Tourists can take in tranquil minutes at Wat Chayamangkalaram in Pulau Tikus town and view the 33-meter gold-plated reclining Buddha surrounded by elaborately sculpted shrines and Buddha statues.
Places to go in Penang can witness colourful celebrations during the Chinese New Year at the 140-year-old Thee Kong Tua or the Jade Emperor’s Temple in Air Itam around which a Thai-Malaysian community live. Households will adore the PenangToy Museum in Tanjung Bunga with more than 100,000 models, enjoyable collectibles, dolls and toys. This lovely museum is the first of its kind in Asia and around the world that includes designs that range from life-size to minis that is terrific to witness. Travellers staying at a lovely Penang hotel can go shopping, sampling the foods and taking pleasure in the nightlife.
Penang provides a Huge selection of Sights and Sensational Pleasures. https://tropicalspicegarden.com/
Tropical Spice Garden
Lot 595 Mukim 2, Jalan
Teluk Bahang, Teluk
Town, Pulau Pinang