The capital of Penang island, George Town is the most colorful and vibrant towns of the country. This British colonial bastion is a mix of Malay, Chinese and Indian influences. This town is famous for its British colonial buildings, mosques and Chinese shop-houses. As the night falls, people in the town would be rushing to the puds and nightclubs to have the time of their life in this pretty city. With skyscrapers that fill the skies, tons of shopping malls, and food centers, George Town is one of the best cities in the country. The temperature ranges between 26 to 30 degrees Celsius with humidity levels as high as 90%.
Attractions: Old Georgetown Streets, Penang hill, Pinang Peranakan Museum, Dharmikarama Burmese Temple, The Camera Museum and Asia Camera Museum Penang, Khoo Kongsi, Fort Cornwallis, Penan Botanical Gardens, Nattukotai Chettiar Temple, The Butterfly Farm.
Activities: Heritage walks, Kek Lok Si, Exploring Fort Cornwallis.
Food: Chin's Stylish Chinese Cuisine, 1885 Restaurant, New Lane Hawker Centre, Nasi Kandar Line Clear, Farquhar Mansion Fine Dining and Lounge, Macalister Mansion, Joo Hooi Cafe, 32 at the Mansion, Suffolk House Restaurant.
Shopping: Chinatown, Chowrasta Market, KOMTAR, Little India, Little Penang Street Market, Penang Bazar, Prangin Mall, Penang New World Park.
Nightlife: Slippery Seniorita, F.A.M.E, Farquhar's Bar, Mois, Momo, Soi II Unplugged Bar and Restaurant, Three Sixty Revolving Restaurant and Rooftop Bar, Uptown Pub and Bistro.