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G Hotel Gurney - Penang Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
RM710

G Hotel Gurney

168A, Persiaran Gurney, Penang - Map
 
 
Great experience staying with the G Hotel. Keep up the good work!
A Traveller
A boldly beautiful creation in homage to modern, contemporary design, G Hotel fuses cool modernity with stylist comfort. The …More
Hotel Jen Penang By Shangri-La - Penang Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
RM260

Hotel Jen Penang By Shangri-La

Magazine Road, Penang - Map
 
 
"Good location "
Hotel is within walking distance to many of the eating places. Hotel staffs were very friendly. Room was nice, however not all rooms have bathtub.
Traveller from Singapore
The Northam All Suite Penang - Penang Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
RM283

The Northam All Suite Penang

55, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Penang - Map
 
 
"Satisfied"
Everything was great. Only condition of room needs to be improved.
A Traveller
The Northam All Suite Penang is the first all suite business hotel with a resort setting in Malaysia. It is located within a …More
Vistana Penang Bukit Jambul - Penang Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
RM270

Vistana Penang Bukit Jambul

213 Jalan Bukit Gambir, Penang - Map
 
 
"Excellent choice of accommodation for families "
Very assessable and excellent choice of eateries near to the hotel
A Traveller
Vistana Hotels are designed to be moderately priced hotels addressing the needs of intra-Malaysian and regional business …More
The Light Hotel Penang - Seberang Jaya Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
RM313

The Light Hotel Penang

Lebuh Tenggiri 2, Bandar Seberang Jaya, Seberang Jaya - Map
 
 
"still the best on mainland penang"
overall was good.. i was there on time but room not available on time.usually hotel will charge occupant if late check out but hotel should provide something if next occupant was denied to occupy the room on time.maybe just isolated case other things is parking too little.make occupant first priority compared to those who came for a function. anyhow.still recommended to stay there
Traveller from penang,malaysia
Argyll Inn - Penang Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Argyll Inn

205, Jalan Argyll, Penang - Map
 
 
Copthorne Orchid Hotel Penang - Penang Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
RM210

Copthorne Orchid Hotel Penang

Jalan Tanjung Bungah, Penang - Map
 
 
Fantastic views, convenient location and very friendly staff but no pool side bar :(
Traveller from Ballarat VIC
Flamingo By The Beach Penang - Penang Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
RM423

Flamingo By The Beach Penang

Jalan Tanjung Bungah, Penang - Map
 
 
"Nice"
Everything good.. one comment.. the material such as table , sofa looks old.. Tv and channel wasn't impressive.. But Good experience
A Traveller
Ixora Hotel - Perai Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Ixora Hotel

Jalan Baru, Bandar Perai Jaya, Perai - Map
 
 
"Decent hotel in good location. "
This would qualify as an upper 3 star hotel. The room I had was of decent size. Staff was friendly and service was good. The mall next door is huge but it's a mish mash of small shops selling lower end stuff. Good for walking around.
A Traveller
Eastern And Oriental Hotel - Penang Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
RM790

Eastern And Oriental Hotel

10 Lebuh Farquhar, Penang - Map
 
 
"A jewel in the city"
Absolutely had the best stay ever. Rooms are large and love the bathtub. I took a bath everyday after a long day. The staffs are helpful and very knowledgeable. I would recommend to anyone to stay here.
Traveller from Arizona USA
Opened in 1884, this all-suite historical hotel is within 1 km (0.6 miles) of the financial, entertainment, cultural, and …More

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    Penang

    Gourmets and gourmands rejoice! The ‘Pearl of the Orient’ is a thriving melting pot of a city where everyone is a certified foodie. Rich culture and traditions give rise to lingering scents of irresistible food from all corners of Malaysia, as the island’s heritage is proudly and fiercely preserved without resisting the flood of modernity. What do you need for your pilgrimage to this food mecca? Just comfortable shoes and a large pack of indigestion relief.

    George Town

    Step into George Town’s many quaint streets such as Armenian Street and Acheh Street, and you’ll find a place where time stands still. Here in this UNESCO World Heritage Site you’ll find well-preserved colonial-era structures, including temples, mosques and churches. Attractions such as the recently added street artworks by Ernest Zacharevic are also popular.

    Batu Ferringhi

    Tourists will love the colourful night market along Ferringhi Beach. In front of the stretch of bars and hotels is a night market that sells every tourist’s dream souvenirs – lanterns, key chains, novelty tees, floats, swimwear, accessories, bags and many others. Come over for some trinket shopping, get a foot massage across the street or just hop on to one of the many famous bars along the street.

    Kek Lok Si Temple

    There is no missing the Temple of Supreme Bliss, its many towers sprawled atop a hillside, and a giant 36.5 metre high statue of the Goddess of Mercy standing tall at the summit. The view is fantastic, but more so during festive periods such as Chinese New Year when you’ll find the entire place decorated with hundreds of lanterns – quite a sight for all visitors. If walking’s not your thing, there is a mini funicular train that takes you to the top.

    Penang Hill

    Hike up or ride a Swiss-made funicular train to the former British hill station. The panoramic vistas and the cool breeze will make the trip worth it when the haze clears. You might even spot small mammals and bird species native to the island!

    Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion

    You’ll know it as “the blue mansion”, but the eye-catching indigo blue structure with detailed Feng Shui elements weaved into the Anglo-Indian architecture was named one of the ‘10 Greatest Mansions in the World’ by Lonely Planet. A tour will let you learn the rich history behind the mansion and find out more about the influential Cheong Fatt Tze himself, surrounded by the mansion’s historic splendour.

    Khoo Kongsi

    Shining brighter than the sun itself is the grand clan-house for the Khoo family. Intricate carvings bearing the mark of skilled craftsmen from China cover the temple’s exterior, whilst wood made from the finest quality make for sturdy beams. One of Penang’s finest, the temple is a hotspot for Chinese Opera performances during the 7th lunar month.

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