It’s said to be the largest war museum in Southeast Asia: a privately-owned heritage site in Penang that covers an area of some 8 hectares.
Penang’s Hard Rock Hotel has been celebrating several awards over the past year, not least of which is the Dot Award for best hotel development in Malaysia.
Penang’s Tropical Spice Garden is South-East Asia’s one and only award-winning garden of its kind, coupled with the island’s first specially designed & equipped cooking school, using spices grown “in situ”.
The world’s highest ropes course challenge in Penang sees thrill-seekers stepping out the window on the 65th floor of the Komtar building.
Visitors to Penang’s virgin rainforest now have an extra way to enjoy the breath-taking surroundings, thanks to a 230-metre canopy bridge opened in 2018.
Interview: Khoo Salma Nasution – a key player in bringing Penang’s capital, George Town, to UNESCO World Heritage status
Adventure, Culture, Nature and History… On the Island of Penang, variety is the spice of life…