Located on Jalan Green Hall, the Penang Time Tunnel features a fascinating layout that takes you back in time to significant periods of Penang history. Some of the highlighted eras include 'The Founding of Penang' (1786-1794), 'The Growing Multi-Racial Population' (1795-1825), 'The Recession and Turbulent Years After Independence' (1957-1969), 'Penang Towards A Brighter Future' (2013 and beyond) and more. Interestingly, this timeline is captured through the creative use of interactive murals. Thus, providing a fun-filled trip for all.
Address: No. 39, Jalan Green Hall, George Town, 10200, Penang, MALAYSIA
The Penang War Museum is a privately-run museum located on the hills above the fishing village of Batu Maung. The war museum is a monument to the mistake made by the British in thinking that the enemy would attack from the sea, and thus they constructed the bunkers and enforcement with cannons aimed to the sea. As it turned out, the Japanese invaded by land, coming down the Peninsula, and rendering the preparation moot.
Address: Lot 1350, Mukim 12, Daerah Barat Daya, Batu Maung, 11960, Penang, MALAYSIA
S.M. Badjenid & Son established in George Town in 1917 is the country's oldest manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer of perfume compounds, essential oils, bakhoor and oudh. The shop also sells canvas and custom-made canvas products including tents and canopies. Now run by third generation family members, the shop is packed floor to ceiling with thousands of exotic halal perfumes and eau de toilettes (which do not contain any alcohol).
Address: S.M. Badjenid & Son, 184 - 186, Lebuh Pantai, George Town, 10300, Penang, MALAYSIA
Experience the astonishing allure of gold at the PG Gold Museum. Public Gold is the first company in Malaysia to set up a gold museum for you to learn all about gold via exhibitions, demos and guided tours. Located in one of the heritage buildings in Penang, you'll find gold and silver collection from across the world that have been artistically crafted into myriads of designs.
Address: 95 Lebuh Bishop, George Town, 10300, Penang, MALAYSIA
The Pinang Peranakan Mansion is one of the most ornate private homes in George Town. Built by one of the most illustrious personality in 19th century Malaya, the house has a long and colorful history. After decades of neglect, the mansion was bought by a property developer who restored and turned it into a museum to showcase his collection of Peranakan antiques
Address: 29 Lebuh Gereja, George Town, 10300, Penang, MALAYSIA