- 1 What is the best in Penang?
- 2 What’s Penang famous for?
- 3 How can I spend 3 days in Penang?
- 4 How many days in Penang is enough?
- 5 Is Kuala Lumpur better than Penang?
- 6 Is Penang safe?
- 7 What can couples do in Penang?
- 8 When should I go to Penang?
- 9 How do I get from Kuala Lumpur to Penang?
- 10 How many days do you need in Kuala Lumpur?
- 11 Is Penang expensive to visit?
- 12 Is Penang cheaper than Kuala Lumpur?
- 13 Which is better Langkawi or Penang?
What is the best in Penang?
Let’s explore the best things to do in Penang:
- Tour the Tropical Spice Garden.
- Learn some history at Fort Cornwallis.
- Visit Kek Lok Si Temple.
- Sunbathe on Batu Ferringhi Beach.
- Have afternoon tea at Suffolk House.
- Visit Khoo Kongsi.
- Go for a trishaw ride.
- Visit the Penang Peranakan Museum.
What’s Penang famous for?
Nicknamed the Pearl of the Orient, Penang is famous for its soft sandy beaches and is fondly regarded as the food capital of Malaysia. Some of the most interesting sites of Penang include the sandy beaches of Tanjung Bungah, the landscape from the summit of Penang Hill and the vipers in the Snake Temple.
How can I spend 3 days in Penang?
Penang Itinerary 3 Days – Day 3
- Visit the legendary Ghee Hiang Store.
- Explore Penang’s Chinese heritage at Khoo Kongsi.
- Enjoy local delicacies for lunch at Chulia street.
- Get a glimpse of local Chinese Buddhist culture at Kek Lok Si.
- Take a ride up Penang Hill.
How many days in Penang is enough?
Three days in Penang are a sensible amount of time to get a decent grasp of its main tourist area, George Town — accessible with a ride on the iconic Penang Ferry — and get a better feel for the island by exploring some of its jungle and beaches.
Is Kuala Lumpur better than Penang?
So far, the score stands thus: KL has 22 points while Penang is close behind with 19 points. Stay tuned for the second part where we take a look at nightlife, shopping, transportation network, environment, tourism in both cities before tallying up the final school to see which city reigns victorious!
Is Penang safe?
All in all, Penang is generally safe for travelers, since it is locals who are often the targets of crime. Experienced tourists will encounter almost no problems in Penang.
What can couples do in Penang?
9 Romantic Date Ideas to Try in Penang
- Entopia Butterfly Farm.
- Sunrise at Straits Green.
- Live music at China House.
- Sunset on Batu Ferringhi Beach.
- Hin Bus Depot Sunday Market.
- Dinner at the Ferringhi Garden Restaurant.
- Visit the Ghost Museum.
- Glow in the dark at Avatar Garden.
When should I go to Penang?
Penang is a great place to visit all year round. Though here is a month wise break-up of the weather so you can plan your trip better: November to January: This is the best time to go to Penang as the weather is very pleasant and conducive for sightseeing.
How do I get from Kuala Lumpur to Penang?
From Kuala Lumpur to Penang in Malaysia is possible to travel by bus, train or plane or taxi. The most cheapest way for tourists is to travel by bus or train – tickets are cheap and cost only about $7.00-13/pp and travel by bus takes about 5-5.5 hours, by train (KTM Berhad ETS) it takes only about 4-4.5 hours.
How many days do you need in Kuala Lumpur?
3 days in Kuala Lumpur is the perfect amount of time to experience the mix of modernity and tradition that has established the Malaysian capital as a firm favorite on Southeast Asian travel itineraries.
Is Penang expensive to visit?
Penang is a pretty affordable place to travel. For a budget trip, plan to spend $35-$45 USD per day. For a comfortable trip, plan to spend $50-$70 USD per day.
Is Penang cheaper than Kuala Lumpur?
Since this article only discusses the cost of living in different cities, it is safe to announce that Penang is still cheaper to live in when compared with the cost of living in Kuala Lumpur. Interestingly, buying or renting a property in Penang is also significantly cheaper than doing the same in Kuala Lumpur.
Which is better Langkawi or Penang?
In short the main differences between the two islands are: Langkawi: Nature trips, beautiful seas and beaches, great resorts and a relaxed overall atmosphere. Penang: Great (hectic) Asian atmosphere, especially at nighttime, huge shopping centers and many cultural attractions.