RM1000 per person
Minimum 2 Pax
RM600 per person
RM420 per person
- 0600: Departure
- 1030: Sightseeing
- 1800: Departure back to Kuala Lumpur
* Meals not included
* Sightseeing includes Penang Bridge, Snake Temple, Pagoda, Batu Feringgi Beach, Port Cornwallis, Museum & Reclining Buddha.
‘Pearl of the Orient’, Penang’s nickname, conjures romantic images of trishaws pedalling past watermarked Chinese shophouses, blue joss smoke and a sting of chilli in the air; or maybe it’s ornate temples, and gold-embroidered saris displayed in shop windows, next to mosques sending a call to the midday prayer. But really, whatever you’re imagining, chances are that Penang is that reality. Add surprises like slick cafes, antiseptic shopping malls, jungles and white beaches and you’ll have an even sharper image.
Historically, Penang was the waterway between Asia’s two halves and the outlet to the markets of Europe and the Middle East. As such, the island sits on the juncture of Asia’s great kingdoms and colonial empires. Today the culture of this region, forged over decades of colonialism, commercial activity, hosting tourists and preserving backyards, is one of Malaysia’s most tolerant, cosmopolitan and exciting, especially on the palate.