- + Believe In What You Feel 『相信你的感觉』 (September 04, 10:00)
- + Logos Hope Returns to Penang (September 04, 17:00)
- + Jazz At The Philharmonic (September 11, 20:15)
- + Traditional Trades Discovery Walk (September 12, 09:30)
- + Talking Books (September 12, 14:30)
- + Armenian Street's Got Talent 文艺达人巷 (September 12, 17:00)
- + Family & Friends CPR (September 13, )
- + Occupy Beach Street (Every Sunday) (September 13, 07:00)
- + Japanese Film Festival 2015 (September 17, 11:00)
- + Beethoven Series concert: "Beethoven's Seventh" (September 20, 20:00)
- + George Town Night Trail 夜游古迹区 (September 25, 07:30)
- + LaCaLa Discovery Walk (September 26, 09:30)
Take an amazing tour around George Town to discover the unique painted walls mimicking life in the city and the wrought-iron caricatures with anecdotal descriptions of the streets that they adorn. Get a copy of the Penang Street Art Brochure here.
Connected to the island by the Penang Bridge, Prai is a thriving industrial premise on the mainland. While her island sister hogs most of the limelight, Prai has her own share of attractions.
Bukit Mertajam Recreational Forest
The Bukit Mertajam Recreational Forest lies 457 metres above sea level and covers an area of 37 hectares. Some locals refer to Bukit Mertajam as Bukit Ubat (or medicinal hill) because of the therapeutic qualities attributed to it – people with minor ailments actually claim of feeling relieved after a hike. One of the more popular parks on the mainland, it is usually packed with people during holidays. Facilites include a swimming pool, camping and picnic spots, jungle treks and comfortable accomodation.
Bukit Panchor Recreational Forest
Located 10km from Nibong Tebal or 50km from George Town lies the Bukit Panchor Recreational Forest – an ideal getaway for picnics, camping and jungle trekking.
Since its opening, the Penang Bridge has become an iconic part of George Town. Like the Brooklyn Bridge or the Golden Gate Bridge, Penang Bridge has contributed significantly to the rapid development of Penang both as a tourist as well as an industrial centre. Every year the Penang Bridge Run takes place on the Penang Bridge itself and along the scenic coastal highway of George Town. This is the only time of the year when the bridge is closed for several hours in the wee hours of the morning. The biggest run in the country incorporates a marathon, a half-marathon and a quarter-marathon.
Mengkuang Dam, Bukit Mertajam
The biggest dam in Penang with a storage capacity of 23, 639 million litres of water is located in the Mengkuang Valley north of Bukit Mertajam on the mainland. It was officially opened by the former Governor, Dr. Tun Awang Hassan in 1985.
Penang Bird Park, Jalan Todak
A must see for bird lovers is the Penang Bird Park, located at an accessible five-minutes by car from the Penang Bridge. This 2-hectare Park is home to more than 300 species of birds from all over the world, including our local breads and some endangered species too. See huge birds of prey, pelicans, the gigantic cassowaries, emu and ostriches surrounded by their natural habitats.
St. Anne’s Church, Jalan Kulim, Bukit Mertajam
From a small chapel built atop a hillock by visiting priest Fr. Adolphe Couellan in 1846, it grew to become a center of pilgrimage in the region. Hence a bigger church was built next to the old one, now called the Shrine. The dedication of the new church with its multi-tiered Minangkabau roofs and Gothic architecture was held on the 26 July 2002.