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Visit the Colonial Georgetown, Fort Cornwallis, State Museum, Little India, Chinatown and the street art.
The capital city of Penang, Georgetown was named after King George III of England. Take a drive through historical Georgetown visiting amongst others, the prominent buildings of colonial era that are now under UNESCO’s recognition site. Stop at Fort Cornwallis that once belonged to the English East India Co., where Captain Francis Light landed in 1786. Next, visit the State Museum, built in 1821, which showcase a fine collection of antiques and other historical relics showcasing Penang’s culture and heritage throughout the years.
Enjoy an authentic trishaw ride through the heart of Georgetown and be fascinated by its charm from old colonial architectures to modern skyscrapers of bustling Chinatown and colorful Little India. Stop at one of the most magnificent clan house, Khoo Kong Si. The building features intricate carvings and wood work bearing the mark of master craftsmen from China. Lastly, visit the majestically Thai Buddhist Temple, “Wat Chayamangkalaram”, which houses one of the largest Reclining Buddha in the world and its 33 meters gold-plated reclining statue which has never failed to attract visitors all around the globe.
Note: The tour price excludes entrance fees.
• Fort Cornwallis – RM2 (Adult), RM2 (Child 6-11years)
• State Museum – RM1
• Trishaw Ride (Georgetown City) – RM30 per trishaw per hour
• Khoo Kongsi Clan House – RM10 (Adult), RM1 (Child below 11years)
The above entrance fees rate are subject to change and payable at the venue.
Wear comfortable shoes and clothes. Cotton T-shirts with long or short pants recommended. Sandals/Slippers recommended.
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