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1. Batu Feringghi

Batu Feringghi is a resort strip with white sandy beaches. There are a number of large and luxurious Batu Feringghi hotels. They are Hard Rock Hotel, Golden Sands Resort, Bayview Beach Resort and more. Batu Feringghi is indeed an ideal place for a great relaxing vacation, nothing but a getaway from cities, exclusively for urbanites. There are a lot of activities that can be done during the visit to Batu Feringghi. They are mostly water sports activities, such as canoeing and sailing. Apart from them, one can experience horse riding along the beach or just simply strolling and enjoying the cool breeze.

Feringghi Garden is the best place to dine in for all visitors. This restaurant has been the talk of the town for months. The environment is romantic with interesting outdoor sitting. The food offered is capable in tantalizing your taste buds and the prices are affordable.

2. Bayan Lepas

Bayan Lepas is the home of the Free Industrial Zone. There are a large number of factories located in Bayan Lepas and most of them are from multinational companies. They are Motorola, BBraun, Agilent Technologies, Jabil Circuit and more whereas one of the examples of local factories is Wanjun Engineering. Most factories there are engineering and technology based. If you think that Georgetown is the only beating heart in Penang, then this article will prove you wrong.

There are many tourist attractions in Bayan Lepas. One of them is the Snake Temple. The temple is situated at Sungai Kluang, Bayan Lepas. This is most probably the only temple of its own kind. The temple is filled with snakes coiling around the pillars and also on vases. Many tourists and too, locals pray and make offerings in the temple. Moreover, you can have zero distance experience with the snakes while taking pictures with them under the supervisor of professional in the temple. Penang's biggest shopping mall Queensbay Mall is located in Bayan Lepas too. The mall consists of cinema, arcade centre and definitely a variety of outlets offering affordable discounted items and high end brands. Jerejak Island (Pulau Jerejak) is an off island from Penang. It is popular with its nature environment and unique flora and fauna. Eagles and monitor lizards are usual to be seen around there. The island is definitely a getaway from the busy moving city. Some famous hotels in Penang are located in Bayan Lepas too, including B-Suite Hotel and Vistana Hotel. Spending a night or more in Penang is indeed a bright choice as there is insufficient time to discover and explore the whole of Penang in just 24 hours. Just like in Georgetown, famous hawker food is available everywhere in Bayan Lepas. It is certain that everyone is aware of the Penang Bridge. Still, there are many expressways in Penang where reduce the heavy flow of traffic including the Bayan Lepas expressway and Jelutong Expressway. Thus, it is easy to travel from Bayan Lepas to the other parts of Penang including the mainland, Butterworth.

3. Botanical Gardens

The Garden existed in the year of 1884 and it was formerly known as the Waterfalls Garden as there is a high cascade waterfall with its water flowing through the Gardens itself. However, you have no chance in visiting the waterfall nowadays as it is on the territory of the water supply. Every morning, you can see locals any maybe foreigners exercise in the Gardens. They jog while enjoying the beauty of the Gardens with some fresh, clean air. The trees plated there have their own name plates in front of themselves. And so, you can gain some knowledge on the unique trees in Malaysia. The main attraction of the Gardens is the presence of monkeys. The total of monkeys in the Gardens is up to 200 of them. They may be cute but do not feed them as they will be aggressive. Try not to eat in front of them as they may snatch the food away from you. There is also a guided tour where you can just follow if you prefer to.

4. Bukit Jambul Orchid and Hibiscus Garden

The Bukit Jambul Orchid and Hibiscus Garden spreads across a 2 acres land. It is established by two friends, one of them is a horticulturist and the other is a herpetologist. The park is often packed with crowds of locals and also foreigners. The park offers a large variety of plants and animals from all around the world and also from Malaysia itself. There are a pair of Bengal tigers, emu and ostrich, just to name a few and for the plants, there is a pair of hibiscus named after the former Prime Minister, Dr. Mahathir Mohamed and his wife.

Besides, the world's largest tiger orchid can be seen in the park. The orchid is measured as 3 inches across the flower and it blooms only once a year, during the month of September. Reptiles are one of the showcases of the park. There are snakes and crocodiles around in the park. Moreover, there is a cactus garden, snake show, pottery corner and more. Thus, explore the garden is a must.

5. Penang Butterfly Farm

Penang Butterfly Farm is too known as the live museum of all butterflies. It features 150 different species of Malaysian butterflies and brings up to a total of 4000 butterflies in the farm. Throughout the years, Penang Butterfly Farm extended their exhibits with jungle insects and reptiles. This educational visit is best to go on a family day. The admission fee for adults is RM27.00 whereas it is RM15 for children who are from between the age of 4 to 12. Children below 3 years old are free of charge and RM13.50 for senior citizens (58 years old and above, proof of age required).

6. Butterworth Bird Park

Butterworth Bird Park is the first bird park established in Malaysia. It is officiated by Malaysia's ex Prime Minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad. It is not only the first but it is the largest bird park in Malaysia. The 5 acres bird park preserves its tranquility with amazing landscaping and pretty lush garden. It showcases as much as 300 species of birds from every corner of the world and also from Malaysia itself, of course. Types of birds including hornbills, parrots and hawks are all can be seen in the huge park. There are a total of over 3000 birds in the bird park. There are also unique and amazing flora planted in the park such as hibiscus, bamboo and also palm trees. Several ponds are built in the park too, with lotus and fishes as well as free - roaming water birds including ducks and beautiful swans.

Apart from birds and floras, the Butterworth Bird Park acts as the habitat for a few species of deers and reptiles including the smallest deer in the world, Mousedeer and monitor lizards. On top of all that, visitors have the chance to experience bird feeding. The bird park is opened every day inclusive of public holidays and weekends with affordable entrance fees for malaysian, RM 18 for adults and RM10 for children ; and extrance fee for tourist is chargeable RM 29.00 for adult and RM 15.00 for child (below 12 years old). There is also a restaurant in the park itself Bird Park Restaurant. It serves delicious food with western style and definitely too, amazing local foods.

7. Butterworth (Seberang Jaya)

The mainland, Butterworth is named after William John Butterworth, the Governor of the Straits Settlement dating back from the years in the 80's. It is established in the mid 90's. One of the must visit tourist attractions in Butterworth is the Butterworth Bird Park. The bird park located not far from the ferry terminal. The five acre land of Bird Park is the first bird park ever established in Malaysia. This bird park features as much as over 300 species of birds. The species are not only restricted in Malaysia but there are species of birds from all around the world. The total number of birds available in the bird park is around 3000 of them, including hornbills, emu and pelican, just to name a few. The park is opened daily including weekends and also public holidays, thus, adjusting your itinerary to visit the park would not be a fuss.

Want to explore more of the diversity of cultures in Malaysia? Then the Temple of the Ninth Emperor God should definitely be on the list. The temple is one of the biggest temples in Butterworth. It is commonly known as the Tow Boo Kong Temple by the locals. The temple can be divided into a few sections, namely the front prayer hall, inner courtyard, sacred prayer hall and also the Dou Mu prayer hall. The architecture and sculptures of the temple is breathtaking and attractive. The worship of the Ninth Emperor God is predominant throughout Malaysia and too, other countries such as Singapore and Thailand. The Ninth Emperor God festival is held every year, on the ninth day in the ninth month in the Lunar calendar. During the festival, booths and stalls are set up to sell vegetarian food as this is when the worshippers will go on a vegetarian diet for nine days. There are a number of events that are to be observe during the festival including the ceremony of spear skewing, holy devotees on trance by the spirit of the God and more.

8. Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion Penang

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9. Dhammikarama Burmese Buddhist Temple

The temple was known as 'Nandy Moloh Burmese Temple' back in the 80's. It was founded in the year of 1803 and this makes it the oldest Burmese Buddhist temple ever built in Malaysia. It is the only Burmese temple located in Penang and so tourists flock to the temple to visit this preserved site every now and then. Not only an ordinary temple was this very temple awarded the first prize in Penang State Landscaping and Beatification Program competition dating back in 2001 with its green and tranquil environment. The main attractions of the temple are the historical Pagoda, a 200 years old well and the huge all-marble Buddha statue. The temple is rich with history as this temple marks the occupation of the Burmese in Penang. There is also an interesting feature of the temple where paitings are hanging around through the walk way, explaining the journey of Buddha. Throughout the year, the temple organizes some activities and celebrates related festivals including Wesak Day, Water Festival and Festival of Light (Soon Dawgi). Activities carried out are Sunday Classes, Katnina and Meditation Classes, just to name a few.

10. Fort Cornwallis

Fort Cornwallis is one of the first European structures constructed in Penang. The fort walls have a rough height of 10 feet and it is laid out in a star like formation. It was built on the site where the historical Francis Light landed in the year of 1786. Originally, the fort was made out of a stockade by the trunks of nibong palms. Later, it was built up and the materials were replaced with bricks and stones. Fort Cornwallis was gazetted in the year of 1977 as an ancient monument that contributes to the historical side of Penang. The fort was designed by Francis Light as a protective barrier from the French attacks, and also from Kedah and the pirates.

There are a number of cannons around in the fort including the Sri Rambai Cannon. Legend has it that women can improve their fertility by placing flowers on the barrel of the cannon. There is also a statue of Captain Francis Light in the entrance of the fort. A number of cell rooms were built and now they have been converted as galleries to display artifacts and related exhibits. There is also a gift shop where you can purchase souvenirs and cafe to dine in or take away. Furthermore, you can ask for a guidance tour to help paint a clearer picture on the legend and history of this spectacular site.

11. Georgetown Penang

Georgetown is famous for its historical buildings that are influenced by eastern and western properties. It has been listed as the UNESCO World Heritage to preserve the old, historical buildings. One of the many attractions there is the Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion. This mansion was built in the end of 19th century according to the intentions of Feng Shui. It is now acts as a Bed and Breakfast cum museum. The next attraction is Kuan Yin Teng Temple Penang. It is located at the heart of Chinatown. A visit there gives you an experience of Taoism temple.

There are many nearby attractions. It is a must to visit the Gurney Beach Penang, strolling on a long pedestraian pavement. After the sun set, walk to the nearby hawker stalls in Gurney Drive and have a taste of Penang food. There is another place that offers uncountable choices of food with affordable price, New World Park Penang. Do pay a visit to Batu Feringghi which situated around 18km from Georgetown. Tourists often visit the beach there to be mesmerized by the cool breeze and beautiful scenery. The prices for Georgetown hotels are similar to Batu Feringghi Hotels, a little bit pricey compared to Tanjung Bungah hotels

12. Gurney Drive Penang

Gurney Drive Penang is one of the most popular places in Penang. The famous seafront is popular among tourists and too, locals. Redshanks can be seen everywhere, wadding in the water of Gurney Drive Penang. There are also other birds and mudskippers around. Besides the amazing breeze and scenic view, the Gurney Drive Hawker Centre is what attracts tourist as well as locals. They offer a large variety of local delicacies including Asam Laksa, Rojak and much more. Penang Gurney Hotels such as G Hotel and Evergreen Laurel Hotel are situated just opposite the seafront. Not far away from the hotels, you can have a shopping spree in Gurney Plaza Shopping Centre. It is the second largest shopping mall in Penang.

13. Jerejak Island

Jerejak Island is not a develop island and so this island is capable in giving you the tranquility and serenity you desire of as the effect of the hustle and bustle of Penang Main Island. Jerejak Island gained its alias as The Alcatraz of Malaysia because of the prison on the island. It was known as a place for criminals, tuberculosis and leprosy patients back in the day. However, now, it is the island where people stop by to have a peace in mind. It is now well known for its unique flora and fauna as well as its rich history.

There are many activities that can be done there other than enjoying the breeze and nature breath. Outdoor, adventurous activities are what visitors fond of. These include rock climbing, mountain biking, flying fox, guided jungle trekking and many more. A resort named Jerejak Resort and Spa is built and soon it became one of the popular hotels in Penang. All the outdoor activities mentioned and also some water sports activities are arranged by the resort itself to suit the needs and requirements of their customers.

14. Kapitan Keling Mosque

Kapitan Keling Mosque was the first mosque built in Penang. It is also the largest historic mosque standing on the ground of Penang. This mosque is named after the head of Indian Muslim community in the late 1700's. This mosque is used by the Muslims five times per day, seven days a week. During festival seasons such as Hari Raya Aidil Fitri and Hari Raya Haji, as well as every other Fridays, the mosque is packed with crowds of Muslims, offering their prayers. There, you can appreciate and ready to be mesmerized by the beauty of the Indian Muslim's architecture. The visiting hours for the mosque is from 1pm to 5pm on Saturday to Thursday and on Friday, it is at 3pm to 5pm. The admission fee is free and there is a guided tour available running by the Islamic Propagation Society International.

15. Kek Lok Si (Buddhist) Temple

Being the biggest and most beautiful Buddhist temple, it is always filled of crowds of tourists who came all over the world and also locals who want to make offerings. The temple was first built around three decades ago, and it is inspired by the chief monk of the Kuan Yin Teng Temple, another well known temple located on Pitt Street. There are two main attractions of the temple. Firstly, it is none other but the huge bronze statue of the Goddess of Mercy Kuan Yin. The next attraction is the pagoda with seven storeys. You can take the incline lift all the way up to get a close look of the mesmerizing Goddes of Mercy's statue. The best time to pay a visit to this amazing Buddhist temple is during the Chinese Lunar New Year. During that time, the temple is filled with pretty lanterns and glittering lights. This fantastic view can be seen clearly from Penang Hill.

16. Khoo Kongsi

Khoo Kongsi is a large Chinese clanhouse. It is very famous as it is the grandest clan temple not in Penang, but the country of Malysia. It was built 100 years ago. It's historic setting and architecture is what attracts the crowds of tourists. This clan temple is the setting that marks the first period of entry of the Chinese to Malaysia. There is a large courtyard, facing the clan temple. This is the venue of the popular and historic Chinese Opera. This event is normally held around one of the grandest festive season celebrated, the Chinese New Year. There is a museum installed on the ground floor from the recent renovation with an admission fee of RM5.00.

17. Komtar Complex

Komtar is a multipurpose complex and acts as an important role to the citizens of Penang. It consists of transportation hub, administrative offices and not to mention multiple retail outlets. Once the construction of Komtar complex is completed, it dominates the shopping field and is the premier shopping destination for locals as well as tourists. One of the main transportation hubs in Penang is the KOMTAR Bus Terminal. All the bus routes in Penang embark from this very place. There is a nearby mall namely the Pragin Mall. What interesting with both of these malls is that there is a sky bridge that connects both mall and so you can walk to the other mall when you're done with one. It is definitely a dream for all shopaholics, no?

Besides shopping in Komtar Complex, you can have a clearer view from the top of the complex on the amazing Penang Bridge and Butterworth mainland. The view is just breathtaking and spectacular. Other than clothes and goods offered in the complex, restaurants and food courts are available in the complex too. However, most fast food restaurants including McDonalds, Pizza Hut and KFC as well as local restaurants are to be seen on the ground floor. There are more shopping complex around such as Queensbay Mall(the largest mall in Penang)

18. Kuan Yin Teng Temple Penang

Kuan Yin Teng Temple Penang is known as the Goddess of Mercy Temple. It was built in the 70s. The temple is always crowded as early 6am in the morning to 8pm at night. It is very active almost every day with devotees makes offerings and prayers. Just outside of the temple, you can see quite a number of stalls, selling birds and flowers. You can see worshippers buying the birds not to rare but release them, performing good deed as giving them freedom.

19. Little India Penang

Once you are in Little India Penang, you can hear traditional Indian music playing. Along Market Street (Jalan Pasar), there are many fashion Indian stores. They sell mostly saree, silk and cotton, almost anything that has the essence of India. Apart from the interesting shops with vibrant colors, there are multiple shops selling delicious Indian culinary. The food is affordable and tasty. There are roti canai, thosai, briyani rice, tandoori chicken and more. There, you can experience to taste the food on a banana leaf with your hand and no utensils. Of course, you can request for spoon and forks. They sell fresh coconut juice there too. This is definitely the must-visit place when you step foot in Penang.

20. Penang National Park

The Penang National Park is the smallest national park in the world. It possesses more than 400 flora species and around 143 species of fauna. This national park was declared to preserve the amazing flora and fauna. Besides, it is very unique as it has a meromictic lake, wetlands, mangrove, coral reefs and also beaches for turtle nesting. There are many activities that can be performed in the park such as camping, bird watching and swimming. The mentioned meromictic lake is named Pantai Kerachut and this is what attracts tourists and visitors all over the world. It is not only famous in being a camping site but also with the turtle hatchery. If you are lucky enough, you can spot Green Sea Turtle on the beach, nesting. The next attraction in the park is the lighthouse. The lighthouse was built in the year 1883 and it is accessible through Teluk Duyung.

21. Penang Aquarium Batu Maung

The aquarium has a total of 25 tanks to showcase the large variety of marine life such as surgeon fish, lion fish, blue spotted stingrays and damsels just to name a few. The main attraction of the aquarium is the large tank with the measurement of 15ft by 10ft in one of the room. The room is like a big theatre showcasing big fishes including snappers, huge green turtle, tudung periuk and nyior nyior. Apart from fishes, there are also a display of different types of corals and sea anemones. There are two large ponds in the aquarium which filled with a big school of sprightly koi or carps. Visitors can feed the koi with fish food that is available there for only RM1. Visitors can too, feed the turtles in one of the ponds. Besides, there is a souvenir shop there where you can purchase t-shirts, key chain and etc. The aquarium is opened daily except Wednesdays.

22. Penang Hill

Penang Hill is also known as Bukit Bendera in Malay Language. It is the getaway from the concrete jungle in the hustle bustle of the city of Georgetown. Penang Hill is Malaysia's first hill station. It was discovered by the legendary Francis Light when he commissioned the area to be cleared for plantation. Most tourists visit the hill as it offers serenity and tranquility with mesmerizing view of Penang and friendly nature. There are quite a number of activities that can be done on Penang Hill. You can spend some time to get a taste of the diversity of Malaysian's cultures by visiting both mosque and Indian temple on the hill. There is a bird sanctuary and a canopy walk up there too. If you plan to spend a night or two on the amazing hill, there are bungalows available for rent with affordable price.

23. Pinang Peranakan Mansion

The Pinang Peranakan Mansion is a showcase or a museum of the legacy of Penang's Baba and Nyonya. Here, you will have a glimpse of the interesting lifestyle of the Baba and Nyonyas. There are around 1000 pieces of exhibits and antiques displayed. This mansion was originally the home of Kapitan Chung Kee Kwee. The mansion is a typical home for a rich Baba decades and decades ago. Furthermore, this mansion is has been used as a background for the popular Singapore series, Little Nyonya in one of the episodes. The admission fee for adults is RM10 whereas it is free of charge for children who are under the age of 6. Prior arrangement for conducted tour is advised to obtain more information about the mansion and background of the Peranakan.

24. Snake Temple

The snake temple is probably one of its own kinds in the world. It was built in the year of 1850 in honor of a Buddhist monk who moved to Penang with a name of Chor Soo Kong. Legend has it that this monk is too, a healer. Apart from this snake temple, there are two more temples built in to honor Chor. They are the Chor Soo Kong Temple in Batu Maung and also Balik Pulau. There are many poisonous snakes coiling around the pillars or trees in the temple. However, visitors are not afraid to visit this very temple as the snakes are quite friendly it seems. Some say it is due to the smoke from the incese which made them drowsy. Besides visiting and praying in the temple, one can actually take picture with the snakes on their shoulder, of course, with the help of the keeper.

25. Sri Mahamariamman Temple

The Sri Mahamariamman Temple is the oldest Hindu temple standing in Penang, Malaysia. It is standing there, the same spot, since 200 years ago. Amazing sculptures of gods and goddess are to be seen in over the main entrance of the temple. Apart from the name of Sri Mahamariamman, it is also known as the Sri Muthu Mariamman Temple and Sri Arulmigu Mahariamman Temple. The temple is open daily, from 6.30am to 12 noon and from 4.30pm to 9pm. When you are going to visit the temple, do remember to take off your shoes before you step it. The interior of the temple is also filled with fascinating statues of Hindu deities including the Lord Subramiam, Durga and Ganapathy. During festive seasons, for example Deepavali and Thaipusam, the temples will be packed with thousands of devotees making offerings.

26. St.George's Church Penang

The St. George's Church Penang was built in the year of 1818, The building of this church commenced a total amount of 60,000 Spanish Dollars. The church is initiated by the Penang Colonial Chaplain, Rev. Robert Sparke Hutchings. He too, is the founder of Penang Free School, again, the oldest English School in the Southeast Asia region. He then gave his name to a secondary school nearby, namely Hutching School. There is memorial of Francis Light on the lawn of the church. Now, the church is still operating, with services that are held twice on every Sunday at 8.30am and 10.30am respectively. Most tourists are amazed with the architecture of the white standing building.

27. Tanjung Bungah

Tanjung Bungah is used to known as a quiet fishing village, until it is filled with tourists and locals who work in the hotel nearby. Tanjung Bungah Hotels are far more affordable than Batu Feringghi hotels and Georgetown hotels. Penang Water Sports Centre is based in Tanjung Bungah and so, water sports such as kayak and boat are very popular there. One of the tourist's attractions there is the Penang Toy Museum. It is renowned as the world's largest toy museum with more than 100,000 toy collections.

Gurney Beach Penang is a resort condominium/apartment that is situated in the prime location of Gurney Drive, near to Tanjung Bungah. Gurney Drive is where you find delicious local delicacies. Crowds filled up the place every night to be spoilt with choices of food. Gurney Plaza Shopping Centre is popular as it is the second largest shopping mall in Penang, right after Queensbay Mal situated in Bayan Lepas.

28. Teluk Bahang Beach (Pantai Teluk Bahang)

Teluk Bahang is once a quiet, isolated fishing village. Its beach is idyllic with white fine sand and cool water. These features are what attract tourists from all different countries. The beach offers more green compared to other beaches in Penang. It possesses a serenity environment. Sitting by the beach, waiting for the sun to set is the best thing to do at Teluk Bahang Beach. However, it is not suitable to swim at the sea of this very beach due to the presence of jellyfishes.

29. Than Hsiang Temple Penang

Than Hsiang Temple was established in the 90's to promote the education of Buddhist, its welfare and also cultivation. Their aim is based on the Conviction of 'The Young to Learn, The Strong and Healthy to Serve, The Aged and Sick to be Cared of, the Departed to Find Spiritual Destination'. Than Hsiang Temple education includes a kindergarten, Sunday school and Than Hsiang Youth just to name a few. They also offer day care to children as well as before and after school care. The temple also provides Mobile Free Clinic for both Chinese medicine and western medicine. Volunteers and staff of the clinic spend their free time to help out with zero income. The next famous service offered from Than Hsiang is vegetarian food service to encourage vegetarianism. The vegetarian restaurant is located in the canteen. The payment for the lunch in the canteen is according to each person's wish. They also offer catering and buffet for their vegetarian food.

30. Penang Toy Museum

The founder of the museum is Mr. Loh Lean Cheng. He is and engineer and he came up with this idea with the inspiration from his visit to the London Toy and Model Museum. The museum possesses as much as 110,000 toys and any related collectibles. The museum itself can be divided into a few sections namely the Chamber of Horror, Chamber of Monsters, Chamber of Fantasy, Chamber of Comic Book Heroes, Hall of Celebrities, Hall of Cartoons and many more. Almost every type of toys is to be seen there including Star Wars, Doraemon, Mr Bean, Spiderman, Shrek and more. Not only little figures and toys in the glass rack, there are quite a number of live size toys such as Batman and a Japanese Gundam robot that costs the owner RM9000. This amazing museum is listed in the Malaysia Book of Records as the first toy museum ever built in Malaysia. The museum opens daily including public holidays from 9.00am to 9.00pm. The entrance fee for adults is RM 10 whereas it is RM 6 for children below 6 years old.

31. Tropical Fruit Farm

The Tropical Fruit Farm possesses as much as 250 types of tropical and sub-tropical fruit trees. The trees species are not only restricted from Malaysia's but there are from all over the world including South and Central America, India, Central Africa, the Middle East just to name a few. It is considered as an organic farm as they use organic fertilizers such as fruit waste generated from the farm. There are many varieties of fruit such as Watermelon, Jambu and not to mention the King of Fruit, Durians. There are a few packages offered by the farm to satisfy the visitors. Farm tours will be conducted periodically during the day. The tour takes up around 50 minutes. You have the chance to enjoy and taste some freshly squeezed juice during after the tour. There is a package including fruit tasting and BBQ lunch or dinner. Thus, pick the package you fond of and enjoy the day there.

32. Tropical Spice Garden

Get ready to be amazed as this is the only award winning spice garden in the whole of South East Asia.There are more than 500 species of local as well as imported flora and spices form Malaysia and every other corner of the world. The tropical spice garden is divided into 11 mini garden walks. They are water garden, spice terraces, jungle trail and more. There is also a museum located in the garden itself where you can obtain a lot of information regarding all these spices planting around. There is too, a small souvenir shop in the garden and a sea facing Spice Cafe where you can relax and dine in there. Most local visitors visit the garden just to attend the cooking class there. It is conducted three times per week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. This garden is indeed an ideal place to spend your time with your kids and family.

33. Penang War Museum

Take a trip back time with a slow walk and experience what the locals did during World War II. This is a must visit tourist attraction where you will be awakened by the gruesome effects of war and gain your appreciation conscious. The Penang War Museum can be divided into many sections, including the logistic centre, canon firing bays, medical infirmary, just to name a few. As the museum is quite big, you need to spend at least 2 hours there to take a slow walk and explore the museum. There are signages everywhere indicating the way to go to see more of the artifacts. There are some figures shown to exhibits the life in prison and sex slavery during the occupation of the Japanese. There is a place for execution too. The effects of bombing of the infrastructure are still to be seen now. What can I say, this is a place you should go to have a unique experience.

34. Reclining Buddha Temple (Wat Chayamangkalaram)

The Reclining Buddha Temple (Wat Chayamangkalaram) is also known as the Sleeping Buddha by the locals. This temple is a Thai temple and it is well known due to the gold plated reclining Buddha that is as long as 33meters. This made it one of the largest available in the whole wide world. The temple was built in the year of 1845 on the five acres land given by Queen Victoria to the Thai's community. The reclining Buddha represents the historical Buddha at his death, with the name of Pra Buddhachaiya Mongkul which is a symbol to a complete peace and detachment from the world. You will be greeted by two statues right outside of the temple entrance. Remember to take off your shoes when you step into the temple. Behind the reclining Buddha, you can see there are many niches, containing the ashes of devotees. There is a small Thai village and a Thai cemetery just behind the temple.