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Tangible Heritage

Penang’s colourful history as a meeting point bridging the East and West as well as Asia’s major civilisations is apparent in the island’s unique architecture that showcases a wide array of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Peranakan and European styles.

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The Hip Side of George Town

George Town’s Lebuh Armenian – Lebuh Acheh enclave (also known as LALA for short) is a quaint heritage neighbourhood well known for its majestic clan houses – Khoo Kongsi, Cheah Kongsi - and towering minarets – Masjid Kapitan Keling, Masjid Melayu Lebuh Acheh.

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Explore Teluk Bahang!

Enjoy traditional Malay food at any of the roadside restaurants in the fishing village of Teluk Bahang, there’s plenty of fresh seafood on offer! There are also a number of sport fishing operators in the area for keen anglers.

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Penang Hill: Cool respite and awe-inspiring

With its misty morning trails, vegetable and flower farms and charming colonial bungalows, Penang Hill (or Bukit Bendera) has been a popular hill resort since the 18th century

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Quirky Cafés

George Town’s booming café culture offers the perfect respite from hot days spent pounding the pavements.