Situated at 1926 Heritage Hotel, the cafe serves a delightful medley of local and Western cuisine from fried koay teow to chicken chop. A full blown porridge feast is also available here but you need to pre-order a day or two beforehand and for a minimum of eight people per order.
Address: 1926 Heritage Hotel, 227, Jalan Burma, George Town, 10050, Penang, MALAYSIA
Well-known for its reflexology services, Kaki Kaki Reflexology is open till late every day throughout the year except on the first day of Chinese New Year. Kaki Kaki Reflexology offers Chinese massage, Thai massage, aroma therapy, foot massage, TCM massage, meridian health, TCM therapy, Spa and more.
Address: 254 Jalan Dato Keramat, George Town, 10150, Penang, MALAYSIA
Highly rated by netizens on social media, the Homestay Kampung Agong is a scenic site to book a night's stay. It boasts an Instagram worthy kampung-style location with traditional wooden houses overlooking paddy fields and coconut trees. For an entrance fee of RM5, visitors can walk or cycle around and make use of the unique photo opportunities such as the giant bird-nest swings.
Address: 841, Bakar Kapur, Kampung Bakar Kapur, 13100 Penaga, Pulau Pinang, MALAYSIA.
The Kapitan Keling's Tomb is the restored ruins of a mausoleum at Kampung Kolam, George Town. It is the tomb of Cauder Mydin Merican, the leader of the Indian Muslim community, known as Kapitan Keling, who founded the Kapitan Keling Mosque. The Merican clan was one of the wealthiest families of Tamil Muslims to have settled in George Town.
Address: Jalan Kampung Kolam, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Kapok is a cotton-like material which comes from the seed pods of the kapok tree (Ceiba pentandra) which grows in the wild in Malaysia. This is used as a natural filling for pillows, mattresses and bolsters.
Address: Chin Huat, 78 Lebuh Cintra, George Town, 10100, Penang, MALAYSIA
Kar Yin Fee Kuan is a Hakka district association of clansmen from the Kar Yin District of Guangdong Province in southern China. It is founded in 1801. The present building of the Kar Yin Fee Kuan dates to 1939.
Address: 24, King Street, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Kassim Nasi Kandar has been in the food business for a couple of decades. Today, the menu and recipes remain, as authenticity is the ingredient to their success. Try out their nasi kandar or complement it with roti canai, murtabak, mee goreng or nasi goreng.
Address: 221, Jalan Magazine, George Town, 10300, Penang, MALAYSIA
A slick Japanese restaurant set in a mixture of pale and bold timber walls, illuminated by warm yellow lighting with a Japanese touch. Kaze Japanese Restaurant is housed at Penang's mainland, Icon City, Bukit Mertajam, offering fresh Japanese goodness and set lunches ranging from 25++.
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Address: 20 & 22, Jalan Icon City, Bukit Mertajam, 14000, Penang, MALAYSIA
Bukit Mertajam Railway Station is a train station in the town of Bukit Mertajam. Although it was first built in the early 20th century, it has been renovated a number of times. It is the last station for trains from the south before they pull into the Butterworth Railway Station.
King Street Temple is a Taoist temple run by the Cantonese and Hakka community. It was divided into three bays, with ornate windows in the middle bay. On the other side of the temple are side bays which act as living quarters.
Address: 30-40 Lebuh King, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Tua Pek Kong Temple is a Taoist temple within the George Town UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is located at 32, 32A & 34 King Street, sandwiched between the Heong San Hoay Kuan and the Nin Yong Temple, and it gave King Street its Chinese name, Kuin-Tang Tua Pek Kong Kay, meaning Cantonese Tua Pek Kong Temple Street.
Address: 32, 32A & 34 King Street, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Kongsoon House is a commercial building at the corner of Church Street and Beach Street. It was built in 1914. It supplies mining, industrial machinery, catering to the booming tin industry. The façade facing Church street has a centralised front with pediment and projecting balconies on the first and second floor.
Address: Beach Street, George Town, 10300, Penang, MALAYSIA
Kopitiam is a tribute to the old fashioned coffee shops and it is a casual space for people to hang out whilst enjoying a cup of local kopi (coffee) or teh (tea) with a traditional Hainanese breakfast of bread (toasted/steamed), 'kaya' (egg jam) and butter with soft boiled eggs. At Kopitiam, they have traditional kopitiam offerings as well as their own range of big breakfast, big bowls and big baskets.
Address: Ground floor, Loke Thye Kee, 2, Jalan Burma, George Town, 10050, Penang, MALAYSIA
Ku Zheng Tse Temple is a newly built Buddhist temple in Seberang Jaya. The grand architecture of the temple emits an image of a Central Thai Temple. In the temple, there is a pavilion with donation tablets for the Gods and a huge shrine hall for devotees to pay their respects.
Kun Kee Food Industries is a George Town success story of a small coffee roaster that has expanded and diversified its products for the export market. The company's famous blend of 'Kopi O' is sold in coffeeshops throughout Malaysia and consist of coffee beans roasted with sugar, margarine, salt and sesame seeds.
Address: 20 Hong Kong Street, George Town, 10100 Penang, MALAYSIA
Bodhi Heart Sanctuary is a non-sectarian Buddhist Society located in Tanjung Tokong. The sanctuary offers a wide variety of spiritual programs to assist in discovering a more balanced, meaningful and fulfilling lifestyle, one of which includes a Kundalini yoga class.
Address: Bodhi Heart Sanctuary, 677-G, Jalan Mount Erskine, Tanjung Tokong, 10470, Penang, MALAYSIA
*Kwang Sang House has ceased operations until further notice.
Address: 36, Lebuh Leith, George Town, Penang., George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Set up to promote, market and generate tourism for the Penang State in Malaysia, Penang Global Tourism is a tourism bureau which serves as a focal point for coordinating all tourism activities. PGT, as it is affectionately known, works closely with various key tourism industry players locally and abroad. PGT participates in overseas sales missions at world-renowned trade shows, and the exposure has contributed to Penang’s popularity as a destination, investment and home of choice for many from around the world.