Your tour begins with pickup from your hotel at Georgetown on time for a 10am departure. Meet and greets our friendly driver at the hotel lobby and proceeds for your tour.
You will visit Penang Hill where you will ride a funicular train to its peak at 833m above sea level to enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of Georgetown and mainland Butterworth. Colonial bungalows can be found around this hill due to the British preferring to stay in a cooler climate compared to the hot and humid environment in the city.
After that, you will visit Kek Lok Si Temple. Built in 1891 as a small shrine, it has since expanded to become one of the most majestic and largest temples in South-East Asia. Since its founding in 1930, the Pagoda of Ten Thousand Buddhas is considered one of Penangs most beautiful architectural wonders as it is able to incorporate 3 cultures into one structure Chinese octagonal base, Thai middle tier and Burmese Crown. A 30.2m Guan Yin Goddess of Mercy bronze statue was erected in 2002 on the highest point of the temple. It can be reached via an Inclined lift at the middle.
Then make a visit to Batu Ferringhi Beach and Penang Botanical Garden.
Penang Botanical Garden
The Penang Botanic Gardens, also known as the "Waterfall Gardens" because of the cascading waterfall nearby, is a public park situated on Jalan Air Terjun in George Town, Penang.The original gardens were established in 1884 from an old quarry site, under the supervision of Charles Curtis, who was the first superintendent.
Batu Ferringhi Beach
Batu Ferringhi is a beach resort northwest of George Town, on Malaysias Penang Island. Its known for water sports and seafood restaurants. Street food, household goods and batik clothing are sold at the seafront night market. Batik pieces are also on display at local galleries and shops.
End of the tour return to your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle.