Georgetown Travel guide
Georgetown : Michelin's recommendations
Georgetown remains one of the most popular cities for expats in South-East Asia and it’s easy to see why. Delve into its Chinese stores, follow the Heritage Trail through the colonial quarter, or enjoy a curry in Little India, breathing in the thousand and one scents of this colourful and atmospheric city!
Tourist attractions Georgetown : Things to see and do
MAL - Georgetown
Georgetown owes much of its charm to its Chinatown. Chinese lanterns and rickshaws have survived the passing centuries and the shophouses are full of traditional skills and expertise. Little India, a small enclave in the heart of Chinatown, is do..
MAL - Georgetown
Head up the Penang Hill funicular to enjoy the view of the beaches on this island known as the “Pearl of the Orient”. Penang is popular with visitors, thanks to its lively resorts (Batu Ferringhi is the jewel in the crown), the relaxed atmosphere of ..
18 Cannon Square 18 MAL - Georgetown
Khoo Kongsi, literally the house of the Khoo clan, in Georgetown , provides a good example of how the immigrant Chinese community once operated. The clan houses welcomed and supported all new arrivals of the same name. As the Khoo family was wealthy..
Magazine Road MAL - 10300 Georgetown
"Standing proudly above the sea of red-tiled roofs that characterises the heart of Penang's capital, Traders Hotel in Georgetown is a luxurious retreat that is still close to the action in the city. There are many commercial and historic sites o..
505, Jalan Tanjung Bungah, Tanjung Bungah MAL - 11200 Penang
202A Jln Macalister MAL - 10400 Georgetown
Prix Prices from : 165 MYR
"Red Rock Hotel is located in the heart of historic Georgetown and Penang's famous Hawker Food Center, along Macalister Road. Red Rock Hotel rated as Three Star Hotel, with facilities such as:. Bell Service and Information Counter Safe Deposit B..