Penang is a world-famous, beautiful holiday destination in Malaysia. Previously known as Pulau Pinang (colorful, multicultural capital of the Malaysian island of Penang), one of the most admired touristic locations in Malaysia is popularly known as Pearl of the Orient (Embassy Pointe Tower). This place is well-known for its spongy sandy beaches and is observed as Malaysia’s food center. Consistently, a considerable number of guests come here to encounter an exceptional social legacy and view. It is additionally an exceptionally cosmopolitan city, maybe the second busiest in the nation after Kuala Lumpur.
Penang’s exciting places are the sandy beaches of Tanjung Bungah (a suburb of George Town), the landscape from the peak of Penang Hill, and the vipers in the Snake Temple (Temple of the Azure Cloud), Largest Buddhist Temple Kek lok si, State Muesum, Art gallery . Penang Island is divided from Seberang Perai (a city in Malaysia) into the North Channel and the South Channel. An 8-mile long bridge connects the two half Penang and is the longest bridge in Malaysia and one of Asia’s longest bridges. It is celebrated as a regional food paradise. It has rich cuisine shaped by the island’s many cultures, with Hokkien (Minnan language), Hakka, and Teochew-speaking Chinese communities, Indian Tamils (Dravidian language), Malays, and the British.
Penang is the most populated state includes Chinese in the majority. Botanic Gardens are usually identified as the Waterfall Gardens, because of a little waterfall placed within it. Penang is the first state in Malaysia to begin the “No Plastic Bag Day” movement.