Top Things to do in Penang | Traveloka Travel Guide
Come discover the top things to do in Penang Malaysia with Aina and her new travel buddy Abam Bocey!
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List of locations including Georgetown Penang attractions that will be explored in this episode: 0:18-0:23
1) Escape Park (0:24-2:37)
About 30 minutes away from Georgetown Penang, Escape is known for its family-friendly adventure theme park where you can zoom downhill on a tube and scramble through challenging rope courses or enjoy the awesome water park.
Walk-in Admission Fees:-
Future Kid (0-3): Free
Junior Kid (4-12): RM90
Big Kid (13-60): RM136
Super Kid (61+): RM90
2) Ghost Museum (2:38-4:03)
Learn about the origins and folklore of various ghosts from all around the world at the Penang Malaysia Ghost Museum. You can also try on cool costumes and pose with the exhibits, so bring along some friends!
MyKad Holders: RM18 (Adult) ; RM10 (Child/Student/Senior)
Non-MyKad Holders: RM28 (Adult); RM16 (Child/Student/Senior)
3) Penang Street Art (4:04-5:41)
In Georgetown, Penang’s famed street art put the city on the map, turning mural hunting into a popular activity among visitors as they try to track down and take photos of famous pieces of art such as the ‘Boy on a Motorcycle’ and ‘Children on the Swings.’
Hop on a covered beca (trishaw), which can take you around the core heritage zone of George Town to view the murals for around RM40.
4) 3D Trick Art Museum (5:42-6:53)
Check out Penang's 3D Trick Art Museum that play on perspective and interactive props that put you in fantastical scenarios, adding a bit of fun to your usual holiday photos. There are also replicas of scenes from famous movies and well-known works of art, where you can snap photos at.
MyKad Holders: RM15 (Adult); RM10 (Child/Senior)
Non-MyKad Holders: RM25 (Adult); RM15 (Child)
5) Tropical Spice Garden (6:54-8:10)
This 8-acre tropical garden is one of the popular Penang attractions and home to over 500 species of exotic flora and fauna. Located in Teluk Bahang, it’s on the northwest side of Penang island and is bordered by rainforest and sea.
Choose between an audio tour or a guided tour to learn more about the many species of flowers, herbs and spices you’ll come across in the garden.
Garden Audio Tours:-
Live Guided Tours:-
6) Penang Hill & The Habitat (8:11-9:56)
One of the best places to visit in Georgetown Penang is Penang Hill, also known as Bukit Bendera. It’s a favorite among nature lovers thanks to the diversity of flora and fauna you can find as you hike up the hill.
At the top of the hill, there’s many things to see and do such as The Habitat, which is Penang’s premier eco-tourism attraction, the Treetop Walk which gives you an unforgettable bird’s eye view of the jungle from up above and David Brown’s Restaurant & Tea Terrace, which serves appetizing Western dishes and afternoon tea.
7) Phantamania Magic World (9:57-11:25)
For lovers of magic and sleight of hand, drop by Phantamania Magic World, a mini theme park where you can pretend you’re a magician for a day and perform your own tricks.
MyKad Holders: RM16 (Adult); RM12 (Child/Senior)
Non-MyKad Holders: RM27 (Adult); RM16 (Child/Senior)
8) The Top (11:27-12:32)
This attraction is located on the very tip top of Komtar Tower, Penang’s tallest building. Take the elevator 68 floors up, where you can get the best view of the city and its surroundings by walking on the Rainbow Skywalk, a transparent glass bridge that extends away from the building.
For those prone to feeling vertigo, visit the Coco Cabana, a bar and bistro with an extensive menu, located on the same level.
9) Tropics Eight Suites (12:33-13:17)
Check out Tropics Eight Suites. Set on Jalan Gottlieb, it’s just down the road from Gurney Drive. With rates starting from RM240 a night, the suites are spacious and fitted with urban comforts such as a cozy living room and a well-equipped kitchen. Facilities include an all-day gym and a self-service laundry room.
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World's Longest Waterslide To Open In Malaysia
Incredible footage shows workers building the world’s longest WATER SLIDE in a former British colony.
The 70 metre high and 1,140 metre long slide is being carefully constructed through the jungle on the island of Penang in Malaysia.
Once finished, it will overtake the current slide holding the Guinness World Record title, which is 605 metres long and opened in New Jersey in 2015.
Footage shows how the water slide will wind through the tree tops in tropical temperatures with each ride lasting more than four minutes.
The park's chief executive Sim Choo Kheng said that the Guinness World Record officials will be the first ones to try out the ride before it can be officially granted the title of the world's longest water slide.
He said: ‘’Our plan was to build a water slide which would enable visitors to view the whole park and we did not intend to break the world record. Nevertheless I am proud of what we have achieved.
‘’I’m overly concerned about the environment here so we tried our best to maintain the greenery by not chopping down the trees. We reckon the slide will be the main attraction when completed.’’
The slide is set to be the main attraction at Escape Theme Park, which is still under construction but its grand opening is set to happen in August this year.
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Penang National Park - Tourist Attractions in Malaysia
The Penang National Park spans 1,213ha of land and sea and is used by scientists, researchers, and nature lovers to explore its natural treasures.
Previously known as the Pantai Acheh Forest Reserve, this pristine site is known to harbour 417 flora and 143 fauna species. Pantai Acheh Forest Reserve, located at the northwestern tip of Penang, was declared the Penang National Park in April 2003.
Penang National Park is the first protected area legally gazetted under Malaysia's National Park Act of 1980, signifying the State and Federal governments' environmental protection efforts.
Penang National Park was established to preserve and protect flora and fauna as well as objects with geological, archaeological, historical, ethnological, scientific, and scenic interests.
Natural attractions of Pulau Pinang National Park include the Hill / Lowland Dipterocarp Forests, Mangrove Forest areas,sandy beach habitats, the unique seasonal meromictic lake and the open coastal seas. Stands of Seraya (Shorea curtisii) trees, common feature of coastal Dipterocarp Forest, can be easily seen on steep slopes around Muka Head. There are over 1000 species of plants recorded which are dominated by the family Dipterocarpaceae, Leguminoceae, Apocynaceae, Anacardiaceae, Euphorbiaceae and Moraceae.
Part of the Pantai Acheh Forest Reserve had been logged before 1955; no forest areas there have been logged since 1955. All logging activities were stopped in 1996, and Malaysian public funding has been allocated to develop the Penang National Park, within guidelines.
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Penang Island is one of the largest island in Malaysia and a perfect tourist destination. So discover where you can have fun in Penang Island by visiting this Penang Fun Travel Guide video, that brings you to have TIME TO PLAY in the most popular Penang ESCAPE: Adventureplay Park.
Escape Adventureplay Penang is a fun destination with exciting rides and games hosted in a natural environment. Inside ESCAPE Park there are more than 20 attractions waiting for you to take up the challenge, ranging from Monkey Business, Flying Lemur, Gecko Tower, Coco Climb, Atan's Leap, Aerobat and more. Visit more at
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We Found a CAT BEACH!!
After a tour of our awesome place here in Penang, we head off to search for a friggin CAT BEACH SANCTUARY! Dreams really do come true