Another religious site with a long span of history behind it, this mosque was built in 1801 and today stands as the biggest mosque in George Town Penang.
Built in the same year Francis Light first came to Penang in 1786, this Catholic church now stands as a World Heritage Church and is definitely worth a visit.
This is one of the most ornamented clanhouses in Penang, and its grandeur marks the arrival of the Khoo family from China, dating back over six centuries ago.
Besides being great spots for your social media shots, these wall paintings and murals make for a great attraction to locals and foreigners alike.
Prangin Mall is a shopping haven for tech enthusiasts, with more than 20 digital retailers located within, with other offerings such as clothes and souveiners as well.
Take a break from Penang's heritage beauties and head on to a modern shopping mall that provides the latest in fashion and entertainment.
What was once a fort is now a memorial of George Town's colonial past, with a history stretching back more than two centuries.
This urban redevelopment project is filled with food and retail outlets, with a host of entertainment outlets such as cinemas and bars available as well.
Looking to go on a shopping spree? Head out to Komtar Tower and take in a great view of Penang from its 58th floor while you're there.
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