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Penang
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10
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Number Of Departures
85
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Cruises from Penang

Penang Island is located on the NW coast of the Malaysian Peninsula, by the Strait of Malacca, while Penang State includes a narrow hinterland that is separated from the island by a channel. All tourists should visit the World Heritage Listed site of George Town. Take a trishaw ride or a guided walking tour to explore the nooks and crannies of George Town which, with its unique architectural and cultural townscape, and where every clanhouse and building represents a page of its colourful history, is definitely a ‘must-see’. Perhaps take a thirty minute cable car ride, or a three-hour hike through lush foliage of the rainforest to Penang Hill with its amazing views.

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Port Highlights

  • The Penang War Museum is a must-see for history buffs. Throughout the 20 acre museum, you can explore the barracks, cookhouses, gun emplacements, and the underground military tunnels and ammunition bunkers which are around 9 metres below the ground.

  • Escape a bit of the heat and head up to Penang Hill and take in the breathtaking views of the whole island. The hill is the last patch of rainforest in Penang, and there is a variety of flora and fauna that call the hillside home.

  • Take a tour to Kek Lok Si Temple and explore the various temples, shrines, statues, and ornate features. This national icon was built in 1890 and is the foundation of the Malaysian Chinese community. The main attraction is the 30 metre high tower which is known as the face of Kek Lok Si.

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