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George Town (Malaysia)

capital city of Penang, Malaysia

7.6km

5.41646100.33041

Ipoh

capital city of the state of Perak, Malaysia

114km

4.6101.07

Langkawi

A district in Kedah

144km

6.5399.8

Taman Negara

protected area

244km

4.7102.466667

Perhentian Islands

The Perhentian Islands are a small group of islands approximately 10 nautical miles off the north-eastern coast of West Malaysia in the state of Terengganu. The islands are protected as part of the Pulau Redang National Marine Park.

269km

5.9167102.7333

Medan

city of North Sumatra Province, Indonesia

273km

3.583398.6667

Kuala Lumpur

capital of Malaysia

286km

3.1394101.6893

Phuket

Province in southern Thailand

367km

7.9837698.33107

Malacca

A city in Melaka state

407km

2.2058102.2563

Surat Thani

city in Surat Thani province, Thailand

432km

9.1414299.32945
Sights

Snake Temple

10km

5.31394444100.28519722

Bayan Lepas

town in Penang, Malaysia

14km

5.28333333100.26666667

Taiping, Perak

town in Perak

69km

4.85100.73333333

Kedah

Malaysian state

85km

6.12833333100.36277778

Perak

Malaysian state

97km

4.75101

Ipoh railway station

One of the three grand British-built stations on the former Malayan network. ETS trains connect this station, fondly dubbed "Taj Mahal of Ipoh", to KL's colonial beauty, Kuala Lumpur Railway Station (one stop before KL Sentral). Singapore's now disused Tanjong Pagar station is the third instalment of the trilogy. The fountains on Ipoh Station square are active between 8 p.m. and 12 p.m. The cenotaph on Ipoh Station quare commemorates the deaths of different wars.

115km

4.59722222101.07333333

Lost World of Tambun

119km

4.62580556101.15516667

we will see

Penang

Malaysia
Penang (Malay: Pulau Pinang; Mandarin:槟城), renowned as the Pearl of the Orient, is a state on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Geographically, the state consists of Pulau Pinang, or Penang Island, and Seberang Perai, the mainland strip facing the island, which are separated by a small stretch of the Strait of Malacca.

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How to drive a Rickshaw in Penang

I visited Penang in Chinese New Year (CNY). Chinese New Year is the festival that gathers relatives together, dead and alive. A family portrait is usually a typical ritual of such events. In the temples the longest incense sticks I’ve ever seen in my life burned. In the temples everything that could be burnt was […]

Climate

Average temperatures

Jan

31.6°C23.2
Precipitation: 68.7 mm

Feb

32.2°C23.5
Precipitation: 71.7 mm

Mar

32.2°C23.7
Precipitation: 146.4 mm

Apr

31.9°C24.1
Precipitation: 220.5 mm

May

31.6°C24.2
Precipitation: 203.4 mm

Jun

31.4°C23.8
Precipitation: 178 mm

Jul

31°C23.4
Precipitation: 192.1 mm

Aug

30.9°C23.4
Precipitation: 242.4 mm

Sep

30.4°C23.2
Precipitation: 356.1 mm

Oct

30.4°C23.3
Precipitation: 383 mm

Nov

30.7°C23.3
Precipitation: 231.8 mm

Dec

31.1°C23.4
Precipitation: 113.5 mm