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Although it is Malaysia’s smallest state, Penang Island (Pulau Pinang) is one of Asia’s most vibrant and cosmopolitan destinations, combining the influences of half a dozen cultures. Within sight of the west coast of the Malaysian peninsula – and linked to it by road bridges – the island is the birthplace of tourism in Malaysia: with great beaches, a mellow climate, a colourful collection of attractions, and several of them claim to be the largest, tallest, longest or oldest of their kind.

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Batu Ferringhi

Batu Ferringhi is Penang’s main resort area, where a long strip of hotels, restaurants, bars and shops has grown up along the island's best beach. This is where most visitors end up staying, as Batu Ferringhi has a choice of accommodation from cheap and cheerful guesthouses to five-star luxury hotels. The resort area also has a wide choice of watersports, including water skiing, windsurfing, parascending and scuba diving.
Adresse: Batu Feringhi, Penang

Penang Hill

For a superb view over Penang and the Straits, take the funicular railway to the top of Bukit Bendera hill. The ride takes 30 minutes and the summit, 830 m (2,727 ft.) above sea level, is, with an average temperature of 3 degrees Celsius, cooler than the steamy coast.
Adresse: Jalan Stesen, Bukit Bendera, Penang

Snake Temple

Dozens of venomous pit vipers slither and coil among the urns, roof beams and potted trees within this bizarre Chinese temple, built in 1850, and sacred to the deity Chro Soo Kong. The snakes – regarded as benevolent spirits – are seen as guardians of the temple.
Adresse: Jalan Tokong Ular, Bayan Lepas, Penang

Penang Botanical Gardens

Hundreds of palms, tropical trees, shrubs, ferns, orchids and other flowering plants grace the 30 hectares of grounds, glasshouses, ponds and nurseries at the Botanical Gardens. A popular picnic spot for local families, as well as for tourists stopping by for having a break from sightseeing.
Adresse: Jalan Kebun Bunga, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 226 440 1
Åpningstider: Daily 5am-8pm

Entopia Butterfly Farm

Penang’s famous butterfly farm at Entopia Natureland is the world’s largest. With garden pavilions and breeding areas for more than 50 species of spectacularly colourful butterflies and insects, which all the same share this ecological space with a variety of other animal species such as invertebrates and small reptiles, up to 4,000 gorgeous living specimens can be seen at any time.
Adresse: 830 Jalan Teluk Bahang, Pulau Pinang, Penang
Telefon: +604 888 811 1
Åpningstider: Daily 9am-6pm

Kek Lok Si Temple

Claimed as the largest Buddhist temple complex in southeast Asia, Kek Lok Si – the Temple of Paradise – is marked by the Ten Thousand Buddha Pagoda and a statue of Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy. A newer temple to the Goddess was built in 2001-2002.
Adresse: Ayer Hitam, Pulau Pinang, Penang

Monkey Beach and Penang National Park

Monkey Beach, known as Teluk Dyung and popular for its calm water, fine sand, picnic tables and troop of half-tame macaques, is an attractive destination for a 2-3 hour walk through the tropical woodland of the Penang National Park, Taman Negara Pulau Penang. Check-in at park office before setting off.
Adresse: Jalan Hassan Abas, Teluk Bahang, Penang
Telefon: +604 881 353 0
Åpningstider: Daily 7:30am-6pm

Kuan Yin Temple

Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy Temple, was built during the 19th century by Chinese settlers of Hokkien descent. It is the oldest Chinese temple in Georgetown, named in honour of a devout Buddhist sage.
Adresse: Jalan Masjid Kapitan Kling, George Town, Penang

Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion

Cheong Fatt Tze, the Blue Mansion, was one of the wealthiest merchants of the 19th century, and Penang Straits Settlement imported artisans from China to build this opulent 38-room mansion. With its five courtyards, carved woodwork, Gothic louvered windows and cast iron, the mansion is a fascinating fusion of East and West culture. The building was restored at a cost of 7.6 million ringgit, and it is crammed with sculptures, antique furniture and tapestries, while now being a unique boutique hotel. However, it is also open for non-residents during guided tours, so book one ahead.
Adresse: 14 Lebu Leith, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 262 000 6

Khoo Kongsi Association

Khoo Kongsi was built just over a century ago, and it is the finest example of a Hokkien Chinese ‘clan house’ complex in Georgetown. Its grand hall is replete with decorative carvings and ornamented columns, and the red tiled roof is crowned with extravagant carvings of demons, dragons and other creatures from Chinese mythology. The hall is surrounded by a complex of shops, houses and other buildings, within a rectangle of defensive walls.
Adresse: 18 Cannon Square, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 261 460 9
Åpningstider: Daily 9am-5pm

Sri Mariamman Temple

The dazzlingly colourful Sri Mariamman Temple is the cultural and religious hub of Georgetown’s ‘Little India’ quarter, home to immigrants from the sub-continent for more than a century. Encrusted with garishly painted statues of deities, demons and mythical creatures, the Sri Mariamman is the oldest of the city’s Hindu temples, and it is still in daily use. Within stands a valuable statue of the Hindu deity Lord Subramaniam, lavishly embellished with gold and precious stones.
Adresse: Jalan Masjid Kapitan Kling, Georg Town, Penang

Penang Museum And Art Gallery

A statue of Captain Francis Light, the English adventurer who founded the Penang Straits Settlement (later: Georgetown), here presides over a collection of maps, prints, photographs, paintings, traditional costumes and antiques.
Adresse: Farquhar Street, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 226 146 1
Åpningstider: Sat-Thu 9am-5pm

Kapitan Keling Mosque

Muslim Indian sepoys (soldiers) of the British East India Company’s Penang garrison built this mosque, Masjid Kapitan Keling, in 1801, and it has been extensively restored and expanded in the two centuries since. Above the yellow domes and turrets of the mosque compound, a tall minaret is towering.
Adresse: Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling, Georg Town, Penang

Café Jen

This restaurant at JEN Penang Georgetown by Shangri-La sets up its own signature by serving a blend of authentic local flavours and international influences. The multicultural heritage combined with a modern fusion kitchen rewards guests with a gourmet experience within a quite elegant surrounding that still is soothing and relaxing as well.
Adresse: Magazine Rd, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 262 2622
Åpningstider: Daily 6am–10pm

Marco Polo

Marco Polo at the Bayview Beach Resort Penang is a high-quality restaurant that serves both European standards – steak, grills, pasta, and pizza, as well as traditional Chinese dishes. Enjoy the elegant surrounding and a quite sophisticated atmosphere.
Adresse: Batu Ferringhi Beach, Batu Ferringhi, Penang
Telefon: +604 886 1111
Åpningstider: Daily 6–10:30pm

The Esplanade

At the Esplanade in Georgetown, many food stalls right next to the sea are open until well after midnight – they offer fresh seafood and cold drinks as well as great Malay halal dishes such as Nasi Goreng and Satay.
Adresse: Jalan Padang Kota Lama, George Town, Penang

Gurney Drive

At Gurney Drive in Georgetown, the food stalls are open all day and until midnight, serving Malay, Indian, and Chinese dishes: while rice and noodles are basic, burgers and different drinks are served here as well.
Adresse: Persjaran Gurney, George Town, Penang

Feringghi Walk

Feringghi Walk, a scene of Batu Feringghi’s nightly bazaar, is also lined with hawker stalls selling Malay, Tamil, northern Indian, Chinese meals, and snacks, which are just perfect for travellers on a budget.
Adresse: Feringghi Walk, Batu Feringghi, Penang

Via Pre

Via Pre, an Italian restaurant, is located in an old warehouse right opposite to the ferries and, thus, somehow hard to find. While serving pizza and pasta dishes as well mouth-watering desserts like tiramisu, the interior is cosy and relaxing, providing a wonderful ambiance and a great stay.
Adresse: 20E Lebuh Penang, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 261 980 0
Åpningstider: Wed-Mon 12pm-11pm

Tree Monkey

Tree Monkey is nestled right in the lush tropical foliage, overlooking the amazing coastline, and the restaurant offers you unique jungle dining experience with dishes such as mouth-watering Thai food and Thai Tapas with lots of flavours. The spice garden is conveniently close to the restaurant which allows the chefs to have access to the finest herbs and aromatics.
Adresse: Lone Crag Villa, Jalan Teluk Bahang, Penang
Telefon: +604 881 349 34
Åpningstider: Daily 10:30am-10:30pm

Sri Ananda Bahwan

If you are into great Indian food, head over to the vibrant restaurant Sri Ananda Bahwan in Georgetown, as here, you can enjoy tasteful food for a reasonable price. This restaurant has a few shops across Penang, and the menu offers a wide variety of Indian food, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian.
Adresse: 53 & 55, Penang St, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +60 4 331 0781
Åpningstider: Daily 8am–8pm

Macalister Mansion Dining Room

At this restaurant inside Hotel Macalister Mansion, you can enjoy a dining experience that is out of the ordinary. The high class restaurant offers modern French cuisine with an Asian touch in a luxurious setting and, thus, serve quality food such as smoked and confit duck breast with duck jus, spring vegetable and Parisian mash; or why not have Pan seared miso cod with braised shimeji. Bon appétit!
Adresse: 228 Jalan Macalister, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 228 388 8
Åpningstider: Tue-Sun 7pm-11pm

No Eyed Deer

This popular family restaurant provides a great variety of food since 2000, and it is famous for its signature dish Laotian Laksa (rice noodle in a spicy and piquant soup with meat or seafood). However, the staff also serves other mouth-watering dishes such as tender ribeye steaks, fresh fish and chicken parmigiana.
Adresse: 98-1-26 Prima Tanjung, Tanjung Tokong, Penang
Telefon: +604 899 048 8

Kebaya Dining Room

Kebaya at Hotel Seven Terraces is an Asian Fusion restaurant with an impeccable servicea, and a refined and elegant, yet simple atmosphere. The chefs are using French cooking techniques and innovative produce to create new twists on the menu, and the quality food is well presented with lots of amazing flavours.
Adresse: 14A Stewart Lane, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 264 233 3
Åpningstider: Daily 6pm-10pm

Lily's Vegetarian Kitchen

If you prefer vegetarian food, you should head over to Lily's Vegetarian Kitchen, as here, you will find an array of vegetarian dishes for also good prices, ranging from Nyonya over Oriental and Fusion to Western kitchen. Most of the ingredients are organically grown and brought in fresh from farms in the Cameron Highland.
Adresse: 98 Noble House, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 226 038 5
Åpningstider: Tue-Sun 8am-3pm and 4:30pm-8:30pm

Healy Mac's Irish Bar & Restaurant

This Irish owned restaurant is located in the heart of the Strait's Quay Marina, offering amazing sea views and sunset experiences. At this authentic venue, you can eat traditional dishes such as pork knuckle, spare ribs and stew, while – every now and then – listening to Irish live music.
Adresse: 3A-G9 & 10, Straits Quay, Jalan Seri Tanjung Pinang, Pulau Pinang
Telefon: +604 890 3477
Åpningstider: Daily 11am–8pm

Tamarind Brasserie

At this open-air brasserie at Parkroyal Penang Resort, you can enjoy authentic delights from Asia as well as also Western food – in fact, it has over 40 different dishes in order to satisfy almost every taste. Check in on Saturdays, as they then offer fresh seafood with lobsters and oysters.
Adresse: Jalan Batu Ferringghi, Penang
Telefon: +604 881 113 3
Åpningstider: Daily 7:30am-11pm


The coffee shop of the Eastern and Oriental Hotel serves tea, coffee, cakes and snacks nearly all day long, while also offering a great breakfast menu in the morning as well as lunch and dinner buffets during special operating hours. Here, you can expect high quality food and a great service.
Adresse: 10 Lebuh Farquhar, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 222 200
Åpningstider: Daily 6:30am-10:30pm

Crepe Cottage

Billed as ‘the first and only créperie in sunny Penang’, this café dishes up sweet and savoury pancakes, long and short coffees (with and without syrup shots) and other favourites that will sweeten your day.
Adresse: 77-A Pesiaran Gurney, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +601 944 816 80
Åpningstider: Sun-Mon 6:30pm-11:30pm


siTigun landed in Penang after the owner searched all around the world for the right place to open up. His vision was to create an oasis where people could take a break and find some peace of mind, as "A cup of coffee is a cup of culture. A cup of respect. A cup of love."
Adresse: 28 Jalan Nagor, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 228 710 8
Åpningstider: Tue-Sun 8am-10pm

Old Town White Coffee

This cafe is all about taking time and savouring the precious moments that make up pure life. While they also serve classic coffee drinks, white coffee, their speciality, is made of coffee beans roasted in margarine and then served with condensed milk.
Adresse: Jln Perak, Taman Continental, Pulau Pinang
Telefon: +60 16 523 3128
Åpningstider: Daily 8am–9:30pm

Hard Rock Cafe Penang

This famous establishment is a great place to visit, and it is located at the popular beach of Batu Feringghi, at the ground floor of the Hard Rock Hotel. The cafe offers food and drink, and it also hosts live music.
Adresse: Batu Feringhi Beach, Batu Ferringhi, Penang
Telefon: +604 881 171 1
Åpningstider: Daily 11:30am-2am

China House

China house is a traditional complex of three buildings that house 14 different spaces from shops over galleries to great cafes and restaurants where you can savour food, music and art all together, and all day long. Check out their cafe counter as they display more than 30 mouth-watering cakes.
Adresse: 153 Lebuh Pantai, George Town, Penang
Åpningstider: Sun-Thu 9am-1am. Fri-Sat 9am-2am

BoraBora @ Ferringhi

Is there any better way to spend the evening than hanging out at the beach while sipping colourful cocktails? There is, as BoraBora also offers barbecue cuisine to satisfy your hunger and Tiger beer to quench your thirst. Do not miss their Happy Hour at 4pm-7pm.
Adresse: 72d, Jalan Batu Ferringhi, Pulau Pinang
Telefon: +604 885 1313
Åpningstider: Tue 12pm–1am, Thu 12pm–1am, Fri–Sat 12pm–2am, Sun–Mon 12pm–12am

Healy Mac's Irish Bar & Restaurant

This Irish owned restaurant is located in the heart of the Strait's Quay Marina, offering amazing sea views and sunset experiences. At this authentic venue, you can eat traditional dishes such as pork knuckle, spare ribs and stew, while – every now and then – listening to Irish live music.
Adresse: 3A-G9 & 10, Straits Quay, Jalan Seri Tanjung Pinang, Pulau Pinang
Telefon: +604 890 3477
Åpningstider: Daily 11am–8pm

Soho Freehouse & Penthouse

Soho Freehouse is situated in the heart of Penang's nightlife scene, and it is known for its slogan: "Happy Hour, Every Hour, Every day NOW!". The atmosphere and interior resemble an English pub, and the place serves good English lager, while – late in the evening – the DJ gets the crowd going with party tunes.
Adresse: 50, Jln Penang, George Town
Telefon: +604 263 3331
Åpningstider: Daily 12pm–3am

Three Sixty Revolving Restaurant and Rooftop Bar

This open-air rooftop bar (and restaurant) boasts a panoramic view of Georgetown that you will – anyhow comparable – find nowhere else. Located on the top floor of Bayview Hotels, you can chill and listen to hip music in a cosy and breezy atmosphere while savouring a drink.
Adresse: 25-A, Lebuh Farquhar, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 261 3540
Åpningstider: Daily 4–8pm

Feringgi Bar

With its stylish and intimate setting, the Feringgi Bar inside Shangri-La's Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa makes an ideal place to relax before or after dinner, with a tasty cocktail or a glass of champagne. The bar also features live entertainment.
Adresse: 7-11 Batu Feringgi, 1, Lorong Sungai Emas, Kampung Tanjung Huma, George Town, Pulau Pinang
Telefon: +604 888 8888
Åpningstider: Daily 5:30pm–1am

Farquhar’s Bar

Farquhar’s Bar is considered by manyto be the best bar in Georgetown. Located inside Eastern & Oriental Hotel, this colonial-style hotel bar is serving beer, cocktails, a selection of non-alcoholic drinks and delicious pub meals. Do not miss their signature drink, the Eastern & Oriental Sling.
Adresse: 10 Lebuh Farquhar, Georg Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 222 200 0
Åpningstider: Daily 11am-12am


Georgetown’s shopping landmark is the 65-storey Komtar shopping centre in the heart of the city. Here you will find boutiques selling reasonably-priced items and also some shops specialising in digital products like cameras, hand phones and computers.
Adresse: South George Town, Penang

Prangin Mall

Prangin Mall is Georgetown’s largest shopping mall and also considered as one of the most popular ones in Penang. The shopping complex with six levels features brand-name stores, dining and entertainment outlets as well as a supermarket and a cinema.
Adresse: Jalan Dr Lim Chwee Leong, Georg Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 262 223 3
Åpningstider: Daily 10am-10pm

Penang Road

Penang Road is lined with shops selling duty-free cameras, watches and electronic goods as well as batik textiles, beachwear, jewellery and antiques. Go here to find both good quality and bargains.
Adresse: Penang Road, Georg Town, Penang

Island Plaza

Island Plaza at Tanjung Tokon, the midway between Georgetown and Batu Feringgi, is an air-conditioned shopping complex with a range of shops selling brands such as Versace, Nike, Guess and Giordano. You will also find cafes and restaurants here.
Adresse: 118 Jalan Tanjong Tokong, Pulau Pinang, Penang
Telefon: +604 890 822 8
Åpningstider: Daily 10am-10pm

Little Penang Street Market

Little Penang Street Market, at the corner of Farquhar Street and Light Street, is held on the last Sunday of every month, and it showcases crafts, clothes, accessories and jewellery created by Penang’s finest new designers. You can also find antiques and collectables here.
Adresse: Upper Penang Road, George Town, Penang

Batu Ferringhi Night Market

In Batu Feringgi, local salesmen set out their stalls along Feringghi Walk, while craft workers demonstrate skills such as batik-painting, and there are also plenty of spivs selling knock-off big-brand watches, bootleg CDs and software. Colourful paintings, masks and wood carvings, t-shirts and souvenirs are also easy to find.
Adresse: Jalan Batu Feringhi, Batu Ferringhi, Penang

Queensbay Mall

Queensbay Mall is one of the largest shopping centre in Penang, and it is home to mid-level restaurants, branded clothing stores, electronics shops and even a huge Golden Screen Cinemas complex. Here you can stroll around in stores like D.O.R, Guess Kids, Elle, Forever 21, Nike, Swatch and Scholl.
Adresse: Queensbay Mall, Queens Bay, Penang
Telefon: +604 646 888 8
Åpningstider: Daily 10:30am-10:30pm

Gurney Plaza

Gurney Plaza is strategically situated in the famous Gurney Drive promanade in Penang. This shopping and entertainment destination is serving both family and tourists alike, and it houses various well-known brands for shopping and dining: Rolex, A|X Armani Exchange, Mark & Spencer, TopMan, TopShop, H.E. by Mango, Calvin Klein Jeans are some of the brands you will find here.
Adresse: Plaza Gurney, Persiaran Gurney, Penang
Telefon: +604 222 822 2
Åpningstider: Daily 10am-10pm


Chinatown is a unique shopping zone with goods such as jade, traditional costumes, crystals, herbs, traditional Chinese medicines and antiques. Around the area, you will also find early-morning markets, stalls selling all kinds of culinary delights, traditional temples and antique shops.
Adresse: Lebuh Campbell, Georg Town, Penang

Little India

Little India is centred around Lebuh Pasar, and it is a colourful district filled with shops selling Indian delicacies, spices, saree, gold jewellery and souvenirs, and actors presenting Indian entertainment. This is the perfect place for those seeking a different kind of shopping experience.
Adresse: Lebuh Pasar, Georg Town, Penang

1st Avenue Mall

1st Avenue is a seven-storey shopping mall set beside Prangin Mall and Komtar on Jalan Magazine. The Mall opened its doors in 2010, and it is a bright and clean complex with a range of high-end fashion stores such as Coach and Victoria’s Secret, but also with affordable mid-range labels such as H&M and Sketchers.
Adresse: Jalan Magazine, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 261 112 1
Åpningstider: Daily 10am-10pm

Lorong Kulit Flea Market

Lorong Kulit Flea Market is a must-visit when in Penang, and the only one that operates daily. The market is full with life and colour, and it is a great place to grab a bargain on anything and everything, as the stalls are selling second hand items such as antiques, watches, shoes, clothes, textiles and household goods.
Adresse: Jalan Dato Keramat, Pulau Pinang, Penang
Åpningstider: Daily 6am-1pm

Penang Batik Factory

Penang Batik Factory, established in 1973 and operating since, shows off the manufacturing of traditional and handmade batik. Here, you can not only buy beautiful sarongs, scarves and accessories but also join a guided tour for getting to know the production process of those colourful goods itself.
Adresse: 669 Teluk Bahang, Kampung Nelayan, Penang
Telefon: +604 885 128 4
Åpningstider: Daily 9am-5:30pm

Passport / Visa

Travellers need a passport or an internationally recognised travel document in order to enter Malaysia. The documents must be valid for more than six months from the date of departure. Furthermore, certain nationals require a visa, while others are granted one upon arrival (VOA - Visa on arrival). Visit the following website to check whether you require a visa or not:

Best Time to Visit

Penang is a great place to visit nearly all year long. However, the season between November and January might be best, as the weather is very pleasant and the atmosphere – due to feasts such as Christmas and New Year, when restaurants and bars are full of people – most lively. The time from February to April, in contrast, is less crowded, while the season from May to October is the wettest and, thus, also the most deserted one, when it comes to tourism.


Penang International Airport is located 20 km (13 miles) from George Town city centre. The most cost effective way of travelling from the airport to George Town and surrounding areas is to take one of the bus services (bus line 102, 306,U401,401, 401A and 401E) that leave every 30 minutes. The bus operator is called "The Rapid Penang", and they have their own ticket counter on the ground floor of the arrival hall. Taxis operate on a fixed price coupon system: purchase coupon at taxi desk inside arrival hall, and the price depends which zone you are going to. However, be aware that taxi drivers often try to cheat foreigners and refuse to use the meter, so make sure that the meters is always turned on if not a fixed price is already set.
Adresse: Penang International Airport

Public transport

Taking the bus is probably the easiest and cheapest way to get around in Penang and surrounding areas. The main bus terminals are located in George Town’s Weld Quay and KOMTAR buildings. Bus services around the island include Rapid Penang Bus, and it has an extensive route covering both island and mainland. If you are travelling frequently, you can save money by buying the travel card 'rapid Preferred', as it offers unlimited travel around Penang. For any inquiries, head over to information counters (Rapid Kiosk): Lorong Kulit, Rapid Penang Headquarters Weld Quay & Komtar Penang Sentral & Bukit Jambul
Telefon: +604 238 121 2


A pedal trishaw is a great way of getting around in George Town or Batu Feringghi – for those who are not in a hurry, as they move not faster than walking speed, but allow passengers to stop anywhere along the way to shop or take photos or videos. There is no set fare, so you must agree a price before setting off – it is easier to bargain for a price by the hour than for a specific journey from point to point.


Taxis are numerous and´they can be flagged down on the street, picked up at ranks or booked by phone or from the hotel reception. Taxi drivers are usually reluctant to turn on the meter (or to admit to speaking English): insist on the meter, or bargain over the fare before boarding. Standard (red) taxis are more numerous and they are not air conditioned. Air conditioned taxis are much more comfortable, but also more expensive. Shared taxis are also used for longer journeys (including trips to the mainland).


Pharmacies can be found in George Town and practically every suburb, township and neighbourhood in Penang; while some of them operate independently, there also are a few chaines: Guardian Pharmacy, Georgetown Pharmacy and Eu Yan Sang (for Chinese medicine), and a subsidiary of the first one is found quite central and close to the shopping area of 1st Avenue. Most of the pharmacies, at least the ones of a chain, are usually open from 10am-10pm, and also on Sundays.
Adresse: 1st Avenue
Telefon: +604 261 002 5
Åpningstider: Daily 10am-10pm


The main post office for Penang is the General Post Office (GPO), located within Bangunan Tuanku Syed Putra along Downing Street in George Town. The post boxes in Malaysia are painted red and some of them date back to the British era. Occasionally, there is a second post box with yellow colour, and these are for express mails.
Adresse: Lebuh Downing, George Town, Penang
Telefon: +604 261 922 2
Åpningstider: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm. Sat 8:30am-1:30pm


Country code: +60 Island code: 4


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