Start with the top Penang food finds lining George Town's pedestrian-friendly grid. Local Malaysian street food favorites can be sampled off of streetside stalls after dark (the nighttime street food scene at Lebuh Chulia), a delicious reward for brave diners.
Penang has long been a multi-confessional society; a proliferation of temples and mosques can be seen within the George Town historic core.
Penang's beaches can be found on its northwest coast: Batu Ferringhi, Tanjung Bungah and Teluk Bahang welcome travelers looking for watersports activities and a vibrant street shopping scene.
Way outside George Town, parks like the Penang Bird Park, Penang Hill, and the Penang Botanic Gardens give nature-loving travelers a glimpse of the taxonomic riches abundant in Malaysia.
The British East India Company ships may have gone away, but the traders have remained, dispensing unique items in both traditional markets (like the Chowrasta Bazaar) and modern shopping centers like KOMTAR.
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