Here are Penang’s must-try food, quirky cafes, popular attractions and exciting parks all in a convenient list format to keep handy while travelling.

This piece of artwork was created as part of the 101 Lost Kittens project. It depicts a cat prancing after a rat.
Address: Lebuh Armenian, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Looking for somewhere to eat? Head over to Icon City, a commercial department occupied by cafes and restaurants, a luxury hotel, and other commercial outlets. Icon City is located just a short distance from Auto City where visitors and foodies are spoilt for choice.
Address: Jalan Icon City, 14000 Bukit Mertajam, Penang.
Kompleks Tun Abdul Razak (KOMTAR) is Penang's tallest building that currently houses local retail shops and administrative office. Image courtesy of Lim Khoon Weng
Address: Unit No 1B & 1D, 1.01-4.01 KOMTAR, George Town, 10000, Penang, MALAYSIA
Address: 27C, Jalan Gottlieb, George Town, 10350, Penang, MALAYSIA
World-famous Swedish founded furniture brand IKEA is finally open in Penang and it is Malaysia's first store to be opened in the northern region. Drop by to scout for some furniture, interior design inspiration, or simply try their famous Swedish meatballs!
Address: 752, Persiaran Cassia Selatan 8, Bandar Cassia, 14110 Penang.
Address: Campbell House, 106 Lebuh Campobell, George Town, 10100, Penang, MALAYSIA
The Penang Immigration Department Building is an impressive double storey building . It was built in 1890 and is located within the compound of the Central Police Station. The building has a porte cochere facing north.
Address: Beach Street, George Town, 10300, Penang, MALAYSIA
India House is a double-storey building in George Town. It is located on the corner of Beach Street and Church Street Ghaut. It carries an address on both streets. India House was built in the Indian Art Deco style.
Address: 25, Beach Street, George Town, 10300, Penang, MALAYSIA
M. Thana's Goldsmith is the last remaining traditional Indian goldsmith in George Town which retails only hand-made jewellery. The shop was established in 1923 by Mr Nagumani one of the city's most respected craftsman. When he passed away, his niece Thanalaxmi Veerappan took up the reins with her goldsmith husband, Raju.
Address: 38 Lebuh Queen, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Address: 2,Jalan Bawasah, George Town, 10050, Penang, MALAYSIA
Arriving at a place like Cheong Fatt Tze mansion, there's a certain level of expectation, more so with Indigo, its restaurant inspired by the great Cheong Fatt Tze himself. The interior of Indigo was conceptualised as a marriage between East and West, classic and contemporary, to complement and enhance the cuisine which it serves. The executive chef, a Le Cordon Blue trained Penang-boy, serves dishes made with French and Japanese techniques and of course a touch of local influence thrown in for a twist. Delicacies such as seared Hokkaido scallops shine on a bed of capellini with konbu and edamame purée and the best-selling Salted Egg Grouper and torched octopus and squid ink risotto are dishes that come highly recommended.
Address: 14, Lebuh Leith, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Founded in 1998, Ingolf's Kneipe is a German restaurant and bar that offers traditional German delicacies such as Hungarian goulashsoup, German pork sausages, roasted pork belly and more.
Address: Jalan Sungei Kelian, Tanjung Bungah, 11200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Inner Peace Yoga Circle is a yoga centre located in Pulau Tikus.
Address: Inner Peace Yoga Circle, 293, 2nd Floor, Jalan Burma, Pulau Tikus, 10350, Penang, MALAYSIA
Ip Man Wing Chun is a martial arts centre that is founded by the principles of Wing Chun martial arts.
Address: 55, Jalan Kebun Nyiur, 10450 George Town, Penang, MALAYSIA
The striking of the lone ironsmith's hammer can still be heard along the street where once every tool had to be fashioned by heat and hand, not machines.
Address: Lorong Toh Aka, George Town, 10100, Penang, MALAYSIA
Address: Jalan Bunga Raya Bukit Mertajam, Bukit Mertajam, 14000, Penang, MALAYSIA
The Almuarif Press is the largest publisher of Islamic books in Malaysia with a backlist of 500 - 600 titles including numerous national best-sellers. The company currently has two printing presses in Penang and Bangkok to cope with thriving market demand. The Koran remains a best-selling text and the Press publishes a variety of different editions and retails a variety of book stands.
Address: Percetakan Almuarif, 16 Lebuh Buckingham, George Town, 10300, Penang, MALAYSIA
The Penang Islamic Council Building is a double storey Neoclassical- style building along Beach Street in George Town. It was part of the government offices during British Administration. The building is constructed in 1907.
Address: Beach Street, George Town, 10300, Penang, MALAYSIA
Island Gallery is situated on Jalan Phuah Hin Leong and managed by homegrown artist Cheong Mei Fong. Local art exhibitions are held here regularly and if you're into perfecting your artistic skills, Madam Cheong offers classes in jewellery and sculpture making as well as painting.
Address: 6 Jalan Phuah Hin Leong, George Town, 10050, Penang, MALAYSIA
Island Plaza is a local shopping mall located in Tanjung Tokong.
Address: 118 Jalan Tanjong Tokong, Tanjung Tokong, 10470, Penang, MALAYSIA
Istana Kedah or Kedah House is the residence of the Sultan Kedah in Penang. It is located along Northam Road and designed in the European Gothic style. It is not open to the public.
Address: Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, George Town, 10050, Penang, MALAYSIA
Boasting its fresh air-flown seafood directly from Tsukiji Wet Market Tokyo, Ittan Izakaya promises quality. Other than regular Japanese items, the restaurant also caters to those longing exotic food - try their chicken sashimi if you're game for it!
Address: 43-1-2, Jalan Icon City, Bukit Mertajam, 14000, Penang, MALAYSIA
Address: 58, Jalan Chow Thye, Penang, George Town, 10250, Penang, MALAYSIA