Penang Hill (830m) has unique perspectives on Georgetown and Penang Bridge, particularly around evening time. The Penang Hill Railway is a funicular link train administration that takes you from Air Hitam to the highest point of the slope. The air temperature at the top can be at any rate 5 degrees cooler than Georgetown underneath. Look at the kl sentral bus website for more information about online bus tickets from Kuala Lumpur to Penang.
There are strolling tracks up the hill beginning from the Moongate (about 300m from the passageway to the Botanical Gardens) and from inside the Botanical Gardens. You can likewise stroll up the cleared jeep trail, which starts next to the passage to the Gardens. The summit has unique perspectives on Georgetown and the Strait. There is a bistro, café, and gift shop.
Kek Lok Si
Kek Lok Si (Temple of Supreme Bliss) is the biggest Buddhist sanctuary in Malaysia and one of the biggest in South-East Asia on a peak close to the town of Ayer Hitam around 6km (4miles) from Georgetown. The sanctuary contains three building styles: Chinese, Thai, and Burmese. During the Chinese New Year time frame, the temple is designed with several lamps, which transforms it into an evening wonderland. There is a 3km street from Kek Lok Si up to the Air Hitam Dam and lake, which is mainstream for strolling/running in the cooler morning/evening mountain air.
Penang Botanic Gardens
Penang Botanic Gardens (Waterfall Gardens) on Jalan Kebun Bunga were built up by Charles Curtis of Britain in 1884. Each morning, numerous local people go to the nurseries for their day by day practices like strolling, running, wilderness trekking, vigorous move, Tai Chi, or Qi Gong. There are gatherings of monkeys living in the nurseries. Be cautious as they are known to … Read the rest