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Minimum 2 Persons

2 Person 3-4 Persons 5 above Persons
RM600.00 / Pax RM550.00 / Pax RM500.00 /Pax


Duration** : 06.00am – 10.00pm (0600 hrs – 2200 hrs)
** Tour duration including travel time is approximate only.


09.00 am (0900 hrs) Departure from Kuala Lumpur

Visit Places Of interest
-Penang Bridge
-Snake Temple
-Batu Feringgi Beach
-Port Cornwallis
-Reclining Buddha

Travel time from Kuala Lumpur to Penang is dependent on existing traffic situations which may cause arrival delays.



NO Meals

Penang Hill Tram Ride Ticket NOT Included

Private Tour with English Speaking Driver


About The City Tour Attractions

Sir Francis Light discovered Penang island when he landed there in 1786. The Penang island state was previously named “Prince Of Wales Island” in 12 August 1786, honouring the birthday of the Prince of Wales who later became King George IV

The historical capital, George Town, was named after the then reigning King George III. The island was later renamed to Penang island when it became part of the British Straits Settlements in 1826. After Malaya obtained her independence from British colonial rule in 1957 and became Malaysia, George Town continue to prosper in the island State of Penang.

On 7 July 2008, George Town was formally honoured by UNESCO as one of the World Heritage Site recognising it as a city with unique architectural and cultural townscape without parallel anywhere in East and Southeast Asia. There is much to see, taste and saviour in Penang with her unique cultural diversity, food and sights. The Penang Bridge (length : 13.5 km or 8.4 miles) connects the island to the mainland was officially opened on 14 September 1985 and its the second longest bridge in Malaysia.





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