There are a few traditional Malay houses which offer homestay for those who wish to experience village life, and Malay Vernacular culture.Kampung Sungsai Korok on Jalan Bharu has been adopted to promote a homestay programme for tourists.
Address: Jalan Pulau Betong Kampong Perlis, Balik Pulau, 11000, Penang, MALAYSIA
Jump Street Penang has ceased operations until further notice.
Soar to a whole new level of heights at Jump Street Penang. Featuring eight trampoline attractions and more than 50 individual trampolines, where one can play dodge ball, leap onto high walls, or even engage in gladiator-style combat with foam-wrapped staves. A place for fun and sports activities!
Address: Atrium of D'Piazza 70 Jalan Mahsuri, Bayan Baru, 11900, Penang, MALAYSIA
There's no place more suited to profess your love than at Love Lock Penang Hill. Largely frequented by love birds, evidently, seal your lock at its 80-meter wide fence that overlooks the city of George Town.
Address: Penang Hill, Jalan Stesen Bukit Bendera, Air Itam, 11500, Penang, MALAYSIA
2km from the district office along Jalan Sungai Pinang is the Thendayabani Muthumariamman Hindu Temple. The oldest temple built by the Chettiar Indians of Balik Pulau. Dedicated to Lord Subramaniam and to Mariamman, a female deity, the temple's biggest feast is Vaigasi celebrated over three days in May.
Address: Jalan Air Putih, Balik Pulau, 11000, Penang, MALAYSIA
Pantai Mas is formally a coconut plantation, and now an overgrown wasteland. Accessing Pantai Mas with fishing boats is only available during high tides. Alternative access is through the trails from United Hokkien Cemetery or the longer ridge trail starting from Teluk Bahang. The easier walking trail will be from Pantai Acheh village which will take about 45 minutes.