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Here are Penang’s must-try food, quirky cafes, brand-new attractions and exciting parks all in a convenient list format to keep handy while travelling.


Monkey Cup Garden is closed for renovation. The Monkey Cup Garden is a garden specializing in pitcher plants. Most plants originating from the deep jungles of Malaysia and Indonesia as well as from Madagascar and Brazil.
Address: Penang Hill, Ayer Itam, 11500, Penang, MALAYSIA
The wooden furniture that rests against the bare cemented walls of Monkeycup lends a nearly industrial feel to this new cafe. Despite its modish appearance, the cafe dedicates their weekdays on Thai food such as som tum (green papaya salad), phat thai (stir fried rice noodles) and crab fried rice. On weekends, expect croissant and cakes to fill your table.
Address: 36C, Jalan Chow Thye, George Town, 10050, Penang, MALAYSIA
Montana Dance and Art Centre offers three types of adult dance classes such as latin dance, fitness dance and street dance. For the kids, sign them up for kids latin salsa, kids zumba, kids K-Pop and kids hip hop.
Address: 723-F2, 2nd Floor, Yellow House, Vanda Business Park, Jalan Sg. Dua, Gelugor, 11700, Penang, MALAYSIA
Address: 163D-1-02 Gurney Paragon Mall, Persiaran Gurney, 10250, Penang, MALAYSIA
It is the gateway to the 19th Century country house of the famous millionaire best remembered for building the Queen Victoria Memorial Clocktower at the Esplanade.
Address: Waterfall Road, George Town, 11300, Penang, MALAYSIA
Address: Moonlight bay, Jalan Batu Ferringhi, Batu Ferringih, 11000, Penang, MALAYSIA
Address: Lot 163-G-01, Gurney Paragon Mall, Gurney, 10250, Penang, MALAYSIA
Address: Jalan Mount Erskine, George Town, 10150, Penang, MALAYSIA
Address: 340 Mukim 3, Jalan Perindustrian Valdor, Seberang Perai Selatan, 14200, Penang, MALAYSIA
Customers call me Mr. Goh Kah Kee Five foot way were meant to protect pedestrians from the hot sun and rain. With the influx of immigrants, work increasingly became hard to find. Many of the old and unemployed thus began using these corridors to set up small businesses instead. The Hokkiens began calling these ‘Goh Ka Ki’ or ‘Five Foot Way’ trades.
Address: Jalan Transfer, George Town, 10050, Penang, MALAYSIA
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