889 Penang Tourist Attractions, Sights & Residential Properties


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Welcome to one of the richest body of information on Penang, with 889 tourist attractions, sights and residential properties in Penang listed in alphabetical order, with more on the way. Every article is carefully researched using information presently available. In addition, there is a separate section called Penang Tourist Attractions that groups the attractions by category. Together, they help you find information on the sights and attraction in Penang speedily and effortlessly.

* Sights of considerable significance
* * Sights of major significance


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27 May, 2010: The Crag Hotel marks the 888th site documented in Penang Travel Tips!
  1. 1 Persiaran Gurney: (Residential Properties) One of the earliest condominiums along Gurney Drive
  2. 8 Gurney Beachfront Skymansion: (Residential Properties) Luxury condominium under construction at Gurney Drive
  3. 8, 10 & 12 Popus Lane * : (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) A row of pre-war houses that have been restored for present-day lifestyle
  4. 11 Gurney Drive: (Residential Properties) Luxury condominium along Gurney Drive
  5. 28 Logan Apartment: (Residential Properties) Low-rise apartment block along Logan Road
  6. 99 Door Mansion: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Early 20th century estate building in Nibong Tebal
  7. 100 Main Road, Balik Pulau: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) One of the oldest and grandest town house in Balik Pulau.
  8. 120 Armenian Street * : (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) House where Dr Sun Yat Sen had his base in Penang
  9. 138 Hutton Lane (Teh Bunga Mansion): (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Malay Straits Eclectic bungalow at Hutton Lane
  10. 1886 Building: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Oldest commercial buildings on Beach Street in its original appearance
  11. 1st Avenue Penang: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) 11-storey shopping mall under construction in the heart of George Town
  12. ABN Amro Bank: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building along Lebuh Pantai, today housing the Royal Bank of Scotland
  13. Acheen Street Mosque *: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque of the Malay community in Inner George Town
  14. Acres Ville: (Residential Properties) Apartment in Sungai Ara
  15. Adorna Gold: (Residential Properties) Commercial high rise along Brick Kiln Road
  16. Adventist Court: (Residential Properties) Apartment at Persiaran Midlands
  17. Aeon Seberang Prai City: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Huge shopping centre at Bandar Perda, Bukit Mertajam, Penang
  18. Affina Bay Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment block in Butterworth
  19. Aik Hua Primary School: (Schools) Small Chinese school founded by the Hainanese in Penang
  20. Air Itam Tua Pek Kong Gateway: (Penang Monuments) Gateway to the Air Itam Tua Pek Kong Temple
  21. Air Itam Tua Pek Kong Temple *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple to the Taoist god of prosperity in Air Itam Village
  22. Air Itam Village: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Main village of the Air Itam district
  23. Air Putih: (Residential Neighbourhood) Village in Balik Pulau
  24. Alila Condominium: (Residential Properties) Condominium at Valle of Tempe
  25. All Seasons Park Condominium: (Residential Properties) Condominium complex in Farlim, Ayer Itam
  26. Alma: (Places in Seberang Perai) A place in Bukit Mertajam
  27. Alpine Tower: (Residential Properties) Apartment at Tingkat Bukit Jambul
  28. Ampang Jajar Flats: (Residential Properties) Low-cost flats in Butterworth
  29. Anson Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment block in George Town
  30. Anson Bridge * : (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Bridge across Bridge Street, historically linking George Town to the hinterland
  31. Anson Road Market: (Markets in Penang) A moderate-size market between Seang Tek Road and Malacca Street
  32. Aquamarine Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment block in Paya Terubong
  33. Aquarius Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment block in Batu Ferringhi
  34. Aramas Apartment: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Apartment block in Sungai Ara
  35. Arcadia: (Residential Properties) Apartment block in Pulau Tikus
  36. Arratoon Court: (Residential Properties) Apartment block along Arratoon Road
  37. Arulmigu Karumariamman Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu temple with the biggest gopuram in Malaysia
  38. Arulmigu Naga Naathar Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Small Hindu shrine dedicated to the king cobra
  39. Arulmigu Sree Ganeshar Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu temple dedicated to the Hindu deity with the elephant head
  40. Ascot: (Residential Properties) Apartment block at Jalan Concordia
  41. Aseana Court: (Residential Properties) Medium-cost apartment in Teluk Bahang
  42. Ashley Green: (Residential Properties) Upscale residential neighbourhood in Bukit Gambier
  43. Asia Heights: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment condominium in Farlim
  44. Asia Hills: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Upscale residential neighbourhood in Bukit Jambul
  45. Aurora Court Service Apartment: (Residential Properties) Service apartment along Perak Road near Burmah Road
  46. Ayer Itam Dam *: (Penang Infrastructures) The first dam to be built on Penang Island
  47. Ayer Itam Maha Mariamman Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Maha Mariamman Temple established by the Hindu community in Air Itam
  48. Ayer Itam Market: (Markets in Penang) A major market in the village of Ayer Itam
  49. Ayer Rajah: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Leafy residential neighbourhood to the west of Pulau Tikus
  50. Ayu Heights: (Residential Properties) Walk-up apartments at Bukit Jambul
  51. Azuria Condominium: (Residential Properties) Condominium complex at Jalan Lembah Permai
  52. Bagan Ajam: (Places in Seberang Perai) A place in Butterworth north of Bagan Luar
  53. Bagan Dalam: (Places in Seberang Perai) A place in Butterworth south of Chain Ferry Road
  54. Bagan Jermal, Butterworth: (Places in Seberang Perai) A place in Butterworth north of Bagan Luar
  55. Bagan Jermal, Penang: (Places in Localities) A place on Penang Island between Gottlieb Road and Gurney Drive
  56. Bagan Jermal Anglican Church: (Penang Churches) Church within the premises of St Nicholas' Home
  57. Bagan Luar: (Places in Seberang Perai) A place in Butterworth north of Chain Ferry Road
  58. Bagan Sena Apartment: (Residential Properties) Medium-cost apartment in Butterworth
  59. Balathandayuthapani Temple *: (Penang Hindu Temples) Hill-top Hindu temple associated with annual Thaipusam festival
  60. Balik Pulau: (Districts) Town on the southwest side of Penang Island
  61. Balik Pulau Bus Terminal: (Penang Infrastructures) Bus for buses to the southwestern part of Penang Island
  62. Balik Pulau Market: (Markets in Penang) Biggest market on the southwest part of Penang Island
  63. Balik Pulau Roundabout: (Penang Monuments) Landmark roundabout with water-spout.
  64. Ban Hin Lee Bank Building: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) One of the few banks established in penang
  65. Bandar Perda: (Places in Seberang Perai) A new township in Bukit Mertajam
  66. Bangunan AHP2: (Penang Modern Buildings) Skyscraper along Penang Street
  67. Bangunan Tuanku Syed Putra : (Penang Buildings) Government building housing the General Post Office
  68. Bank Negara Malaysia Building : (Penang Buildings) Penang branch of the Malaysian central bank
  69. Baobab Tree: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Oldest planted tree in Malaysia
  70. Bao Sheng Durian Farm: (Penang Nature Sites) Good quality durian farm at Sungai Pinang.
  71. Bat Cave Temple *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple built in a cave filled with bats
  72. Batu Ferringhi * *: (Beaches, Residential Neighbourhoods) Famous stretch of beach
  73. Batu Gantong: (Residential Neighbourhood) Neighbourhood of George Town famous for the turf club and cemetery
  74. Batu Kawan: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Site of new township and Second Penang Bridge
  75. Batu Lanchang: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Neighbourhood between Green Lane and Jelutong
  76. Batu Lanchang Market: (Markets in Penang) A major wet market for the population of Batu Lanchang and the surrounding areas
  77. Batu Maung: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Island-end of Second Penang Bridge
  78. Batu Maung Bottle Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple decorated with wine and beer bottles
  79. Batu Maung Market: (Markets in Penang) Market along Batu Maung New Road, next to Wen Khai Primary School
  80. Batu Uban: (Residential Neighbourhoods) High rise residential neighbourhood with old Malay settlement pre-dating Francis Light
  81. Bayan Baru: (Neighbourhoods) Satellite township within Bayan Lepas
  82. Bayan Baru Market: (Markets in Penang) Main market for the Bayan Baru township
  83. Bayan Baru Sivan Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) A new Hindu temple in Sungai Keluang, Bayan Lepas
  84. Bayan Lepas: (Neighbourhoods) District in the southeast of Penang Island
  85. Bayan Lepas Free Industrial Zone: High-tech industrial area in southeastern Penang Island
  86. Bayan Lepas Market: (Markets in Penang) Market for the town of Bayan Lepas, located along Jalan Dato Ismail Hashim
  87. Bayan Lepas Waterfalls * : (Penang Nature Sites) Small waterfall inside the village of Bayan Lepas
  88. Bayan Permai Apartment: (Residential Properties) Medium-cost apartment complex in Bayan Lepas
  89. Bayshore Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment block in Tanjung Bungah
  90. BayStar Condominium: (Residential Properties) Condominium in Queensbay area
  91. Bayswater Condominium: (Residential Properties) Two blocks of condominiums across from Tesco Penang in Gelugor
  92. Bayview Beach Resort Penang: (Hotels in Penang with Online Booking) Beach hotel along Batu Ferringhi
  93. Bayview Hotel Georgetown: (Hotels in Penang with Online Booking) City hotel along Farquhar Street in George Town
  94. Beach Street Fire Station * : (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Early 20th century fire station in George Town
  95. Bel Retiro Bungalow: (Penang Heritage Sites) The most prestigious address on Penang Hill
  96. Bella Vista: (Residential Properties) Low density apartment block along Gurney Drive
  97. Bellane Court: (Residential Properties) Low density apartment at Bell Lane
  98. Belle Vue Apartment: (Residential Properties) Low density apartment along Kelawei Road
  99. Bellisa Court: (Residential Properties) Apartment complex along Leandro's Lane
  100. Bellevue Penang Hill Hotel: (Penang Heritage Sites) The highest hotel in Penang
  101. Benggali Mosque: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque for the Benggali community of George Town
  102. Beow Hiang Lim Temple: (Penang Buddhist Temples) Buddhist temple on the way to the Penang Hill railway station
  103. Berjaya Court: (Residential Properties) Low density apartment block along Gerbang Berjaya
  104. Bhagawan Sri Ramakrishna Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu temple at the Ramakrishna Ashrama
  105. Bhaktivedanta Cultural Centre (Hare Krishna Temple): (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu temple for the followers of Hare Krishna in Seberang Jaya
  106. BHL Bank Tower: (Penang Modern Buildings) Skyscraper along Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah
  107. Birch House: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building former office of Eastern Smelting, now headquarters of Ivory Properties
  108. Birch Regency: (Residential Properties) Condominium at Penang Times Square
  109. BJ Court: (Residential Properties) High density apartment block in Bukit Jambul
  110. Blissful Memorial Park: (Penang Monuments) Cemetery with largest entrance arch
  111. Boon San Tong Khoo Kongsi: (Clan Temples) Lesser known Khoo clan temple
  112. Boon Siew Villa: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Residence of the late Tan Sri Loh Boon Siew, once the richest man in Penang.
  113. Botanical Gardens Waterfalls * : (Penang Nature Sites) Big waterfall within the Botanical Gardens
  114. Brown Garden: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Working class neighbourhood in Gelugor
  115. Brown Memorial: (Penang Monuments) Monument to David Brown, largest land owner in Penang
  116. Buddhist Tzu Chi Merit Society: (Organisations) Not-for-profit relief organisation based in Taiwan
  117. Bukit Dumbar: (Penang Nature Sites) Public park built over a man-made hill containing an underground reservoir
  118. Bukit Dumbar Indah: (Residential Properties) Low-rise apartment block in Bukit Dumbar
  119. Bukit Dumbar Permai: (Residential Properties) High-rise apartment complex in Bukit Dumbar
  120. Bukit Dumbar Villa: (Residential Properties) Gated townhouse community in Bukit Dumbar
  121. Bukit Gambier Waterfalls: (Penang Nature Sites) A small waterfall behind Mutiara Indah apartments
  122. Bukit Gedung: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Residential neighbourhood in Bayan Baru
  123. Bukit Gelugor: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Hilly residential neighbourhood in Gelugor
  124. Bukit Jambul: (Residential Neighbourhoods) One of the newer localities in Penang
  125. Bukit Jambul Complex: (Penang Shopping Malls): Shopping mall in the Bukit Jambul area of Bayan Lepas
  126. Bukit Jambul Golf and Country Club: (Penang Nature Sites) The only golf course on Penang Island
  127. Bukit Jambul Hiking Trail: (Penang Nature Sites) Hill trail for hiking enthusiasts in Bukit Jambul.
  128. Bukit Kecil: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Hillock in Sungai Nibong with a Malay village
  129. Bukit Mertajam: (Places in Seberang Perai) A major town in Seberang Perai
  130. Bukit Mertajam Recreational Forest: (Penang Nature Sites) Forest park located 8km from the town of Bukit Mertajam
  131. Bukit Minyak: (Places in Seberang Perai) A heavy industry area in Seberang Perai
  132. Bukit Panchor: (Places in Seberang Perai) A village area in Nibong Tebal
  133. Bukit Panchor State Park: (Penang Nature Sites) Forest recreational park in Seberang Perai Selatan
  134. Bukit Pelangi: (Residential Properties) Low density apartment block at Tanjung Bungah Park
  135. Bukit Tambun: (Places in Seberang Perai) A riverine district near Batu Kawan
  136. Bukit Tengah: (Places in Seberang Perai) An industrial area in Seberang Perai
  137. Burmah Road Gospel Hall: (Penang Churches) The oldest premises of the Brethren Assemblies in Southeast Asia
  138. Butterworth: (Places in Seberang Perai) The main town in Seberang Perai
  139. Butterworth Outer Ring Road: (Penang Infrastructures) New motorway in Butterworth
  140. Campbell Street Market: (Markets in Penang) A wet market serving the community between the Indian Muslim and Chinatown sections of George Town.
  141. Cantonese Methodist Church: (Penang Churches) Methodist church for the Cantonese-speaking congregation
  142. Cantonese Tua Pek Kong Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple for the god of prosperity run by the Hakkas and Cantonese.
  143. Cantonment Court: (Residential Properties) Low density apartment block along Jalan Pemenang
  144. Cara Vista: (Residential Properties) Low density apartment block at Tanjung Bungah
  145. Caring Society Complex / Kompleks Masyarakat Penyayang: (Organisations) Complex housing NGO's providing care to society
  146. Casa Impian: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in the Perak Road neighbourhood
  147. Cascadia: (Residential Properties) Low density walk-up condominium along Cantonment Road
  148. Cathedral of the Holy Spirit: (Penang Churches) Cathedral church of the parish in Green Lane.
  149. Cecil Street Market: (Markets in Penang) Main market for the Chinese community in the Seven Street Precinct of George Town
  150. Cenotaph: (Penang Monuments) Monument to whose who died in World War I
  151. Central Park Condominium: (Residential Properties) Condominium complex in Batu Lanchang
  152. Charismatic Church of Penang: (Penang Churches) The main church building of the Charismatic movement in Penang.
  153. Cheah Kongsi *: (Clan Temples) One of the oldest Chinese clan temples in Penang
  154. Che Em Lane: (Penang Roads & Streets) One of the narrowest lanes in George Town
  155. Che Hoon Khor Moral Uplifting Society: (Organisations) Chinese community organisation most popular as venue for registering marriages
  156. Che Wee Khor Moral Uplifting Society: (Organisations) Chinese community organisation at Jalan Kampung Paya, Butterworth
  157. Chee Pin Kor Moral Uplifting Society: (Organisations) Chinese community organisation in Balik Pulau
  158. Cheng Kon Sze Temple (Cheng Ji Chan) *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple of a Thousand and Two Steps
  159. Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion * *: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage mansion which won Unesco award for restoration
  160. Cherok Tokun Relics: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) The only ancient megalith in Penang
  161. Chew Jetty *: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Biggest of the clan jetties on the George Town waterfront
  162. Chinese Anti-War Memorial: (Penang Monuments) Monument at the junction of Air Itam Road and Hill Railway Road
  163. Chinese Chamber of Commerce: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building along Lebuh Light
  164. Chinese Recreation Club: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Sports club started by the Chinese in the beginning of the 20th century
  165. Chin Si Thoong Soo: (Clan Temples) Chin clan association
  166. Ching Pao Kong Temple *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Small temple off Van Praagh Road
  167. Choo Chay Keong Temple *: (Clan Temples) Temple dedicated to the Yap patron deities
  168. Chor Soo Kong Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Chinese temple dedicated to the same deity as the Snake Temple
  169. Chowrasta Market: (Markets in Penang) Major community market at Penang Road area
  170. Chowrasta Market Second Hand Bookshops: (Organisations) Biggest concentration of second hand bookshops in Penang
  171. Chooi Bee Keong Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Small Chinese temple in Tanjong Tokong for the worship of Chu, Ti and Lee Wangye
  172. Christian Community Centre: (Penang Churches) Roman Catholic community facility in Sungai Ara.
  173. Christian Convention Centre: (Penang Churches) Christian retreat established by the Penang Assemblies.
  174. Chung Keng Kwee Temple *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Private ancestral temple of Kapitan China Chung Keng Kwee.
  175. Chung Ling High School: (Schools) One of the biggest Chinese boys school in Penang
  176. Church of Immaculate Conception *: (Penang Churches) Catholic church in Pulau Tikus founded by Eurasians
  177. Church of Our Lady of Sorrows: (Penang Churches) Catholic church for the Chinese-speaking parishioners in Penang
  178. Church of the Assumption: (Penang Churches) Catholic church started by Eurasians who arrived with Francis Light
  179. Church of the Holy Name of Jesus: (Penang Churches) Church in the town of Balik Pulau
  180. Church Street Pier: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage pier on the George Town waterfront
  181. City Hall *: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Civic building at the Esplanade
  182. Cititel: (Hotels in Penang with Online Booking) City hotel along Penang Road
  183. City Stadium: (Penang Infrastructures) The oldest stadium in Malaysia that is still in use.
  184. Clan Jetties: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Jetties along the George Town waterfront associated with the different Chinese clans
  185. Coastal Tower: (Residential Properties) Two high-rise condominium blocks in Tanjung Bungah
  186. Convalescent Bungalow: (Penang Heritage Sites) One of the oldest bungalows on Penang Hill
  187. Convent Light Street *: (Schools) Oldest convent school in Malaysia
  188. Copthorne Orchid Hotel: (Hotels in Penang with Online Booking) Beach Hotel in Tanjung Bungah
  189. Costa Villa: (Residential Properties) Low-rise apartment along Jalan Gajah
  190. Crag Hotel: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Famous hotel established by the Sarkies Brothers on Penang Hill, now in disuse
  191. Dalat International School: (Schools) International school originally founded for the children of missionaries
  192. Damai Villa: (Residential Properties) Upper medium cost apartment at Logan Road
  193. Danauria Apartment: (Residential Properties) Luxury apartment along Codrington Avenue
  194. Dato Kramat Market: (Markets in Penang) Art Deco style market building opposite the junction with York Road
  195. Datuk Kong Old Temple, Nibong Tebal *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Newly built temple to the local deity.
  196. Dawoodi Bohra Islamic Cemetery: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Cemetery of the Indian Muslim community the Mustali subsect of Ismaili Shia Islam
  197. Desa Acacia: (Residential Properties) Luxury apartment at Medan York
  198. Desa Air Mas: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in Sungai Dua
  199. Desa Bella: (Residential Properties) Upper medium cost apartment in Tanjong Tokong
  200. Desa Bukit Dumbar: (Residential Properties) Lower medium cost apartment in Jelutong
  201. Desa Bukit Jambul: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Apartment block in Relau
  202. Desa Bunga: (Residential Properties) Upper medium cost apartment at Lorong Pierce
  203. Desa Embun Emas: (Residential Properties) Upper medium cost apartment at Hillside, Tanjung Bungah
  204. Desa Golf: (Residential Properties) Upper medium cost apartment in Bukit Jambul
  205. Desa Green: (Residential Properties) Lower medium cost apartment at Jalan Van Praagh
  206. Desa Mas: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in Pulau Tikus
  207. Desa Mas Melur: (Residential Properties) Apartment complex in Relau
  208. Desa May: (Residential Properties) Apartment block in Relau
  209. Desa Melor: (Residential Properties) Luxury apartment in the Ayer Rajah neighbourhood
  210. Desa Mutiara: (Residential Properties) High rise medium cost apartment in Island Glades
  211. Desa Pelangi: (Residential Properties) Upper medium cost apartment along Logan Road
  212. Desa Pinang: (Residential Properties) Lower-medium cost apartment in Bandar Sri Pinang
  213. Desa Ria Market: (Markets in Penang) Community wet market in Taman Desa Ria, Sungai Ara
  214. Desa Samudra: (Residential Properties) Upper medium cost apartment along Logan Road
  215. Desa Tanjung: (Residential Properties) Upper medium cost apartment in Tanjong Tokong
  216. Desa Universiti: (Residential Properties) Upper medium cost apartment in Sungai Dua
  217. Dewan Dato Haji Ahmad Badawi: (Buildings) Multipurpose hall in Butterworth
  218. Dewan Sri Pinang: (Buildings) Auditorium for live performances
  219. Dewan Undangan Negeri Building: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) State Assembly Building, formerly the Police Court
  220. Dhammikarama Burmese Temple * *: (Penang Buddhist Temples) Biggest Burmese Temple in Penang
  221. Dhoby Ghaut Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu temple beside Sungai Air Terjun associated with laundrymen
  222. Dumbar Villa: (Residential Properties) Apartment block in Jelutong near Bukit Dumbar
  223. Eastern Court: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in the Batu Lanchang neighbourhood
  224. Eastern & Oriental Hotel *: (Hotels in Penang with Online Booking) Grandest hotel in Penang
  225. Eastin Hotel: Newly completed hotel in the Queensbay area of Bayan Lepas
  226. Econsave Farlim: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) A community supermarket in Bandar Baru Air Itam
  227. Eden @ Batu Ferringhi: Formerly Eden Seafood Village, famous seafood restaurant in Batu Ferringhi
  228. Eden Fairway Condominium: (Residential Properties) Condominium in Batu Ferringhi
  229. Eden Seaview Condominium: (Residential Properties) Condominium in Batu Ferringhi
  230. e-Gate: (Penang Shopping Malls): Commercial complex along Jelutong Expressway
  231. E-Park: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Condominium in Batu Uban
  232. Eng Tai Association: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Obscure clan association in the Inner City of George Town
  233. Evergreen Laurel Hotel: (Hotels in Penang with Online Booking) Hotel along Gurney Drive
  234. Excelpolitan International College: (Schools) Private college in Bukit Dumbar
  235. Farlim: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Modern township in Ayer Itam
  236. Farquhar Street Mission House and Chapel: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Dilapidated building that was one of the oldest premises of the nonconformist Protestant movement called Brethren Assemblies
  237. Ferringhi Delima Condominium: (Residential Properties) Condominium in Batu Ferringhi
  238. Ferringhi Mutiara Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment complex in Batu Ferringhi
  239. Ferringhi Villas: (Residential Properties) Upscale gated community in Batu Ferringhi
  240. Flamingo by the Beach Hotel: (Hotels in Penang with Online Booking) Hotel in Tanjung Bungah, formerly known as The Crown Jewel Hotel
  241. Flamingo Series Condominium: (Residential Properties) Condominium blocks in Greenlane Heights
  242. Follow Me Tohtonku Building * : (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building housing the headquarters of Tohtonku
  243. Foo Tye Sin Mansion: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Huge mansion along Lebuh Light, now converted and reused
  244. Fettes Park: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Residential neighbourhood in Tanjong Tokong
  245. Forest Field Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment on the road to the Penang Botanic Gardens
  246. Fort Cornwallis * *: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Fortress to protect the British Settlement of Penang
  247. Fort Cornwallis Lighthouse: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Lighthouse erected to guide ships into Penang harbour
  248. Francis Light Memorial: (Penang Monuments, Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Monument erected to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the founding of Penang
  249. Francis Light School School: (Schools) Primary school named after the founder of the British settlement on Penang Island
  250. Francis Light Statue: (Penang Monuments, Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Monument erected to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the founding of Penang
  251. Francis Light's Tomb: (Penang Monuments, Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Tomb of the founder of the British Settlement in Penang
  252. Francis Light's Well: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Well dug for the private use of Francis Light
  253. Gama: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Supermarket and department store at the junction of Jalan Dato Keramat with Jalan Gurdwara
  254. Gambier Heights: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Medium cost condominium in Bukit Gambier
  255. Gandhiji Ashram (@ Dewan Mahatma Gandhi): (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu community hall along Jalan Kebun Bunga
  256. Garage, The: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building housing specialty shops and boutiques
  257. Gelugor: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Locality south of the city limits of George Town
  258. Gembira Parade: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Small shopping mall in Green Lane
  259. Geodesic Dome: (Modern Buildings, Penang Infrastructures) Multi-purpose hall at Komtar
  260. Geok San Soo Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Chinese temple beside the Tanjung Bungah Market & Community Hall
  261. George Town * *: capital of Penang
  262. George Town Dispensary: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building at the junction of Lebuh Pantai and Gat Lebuh China.
  263. George Town Unesco World Heritage Site * *: Section of town zoned for preservation within the World Heritage List
  264. Georgetown Baptist Church: (Penang Churches) Baptist church along Larut Road
  265. Gertak Sanggul *: (Beaches, Residential Neighbourhoods) Fishing village on the southwest tip of Penang Island
  266. g Hotel: (Hotels in Penang with Online Booking) Hotel next to Gurney Plaza
  267. Ghee Hiang: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) One of the oldest traditional biscuit and sesame oil manufacturers in Penang
  268. Gleneagles Medical Centre: (Hospitals) A major Chinese-established hospital in Green Lane
  269. Giant Hypermarket Bayan Baru: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Hypermarket in Bayan Baru
  270. Giant Hypermarket Prima Prai: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Hypermarket in Seberang Jaya
  271. Goh Chan Lau: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Better known nowadays as the former Shih Chung Branch School, Goh Chan Lau was a mansion built by Cheah Tek Soon
  272. Gold Coast Apartments: (Apartments & Condominiums) Apartment in Bayan Lepas near Queensbay Mall.
  273. Golden Mountain Tua Pek Kong Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple in Tanjung Bungah often visited by snakes during the birthday of its deity
  274. Golden Sands Resort Hotel: (Hotels in Penang with Online Booking) Hotel in Batu Ferringhi, temporarily (Jan 2010) closed for renovations
  275. Government House *: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) One of the oldest colonial buildings in Penang
  276. Grandview Condominium: (Residential Properties) Condominium complex in Tanjong Tokong
  277. Greenlane Heights: (Residential Properties) Major high rise residential neighbourhood in Penang
  278. Green Lane McDonald's: The only drive-thru McDonald's on Penang Island
  279. Gudang Acheh: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) One of the tallest buildings along Beach Street in the 19th century
  280. Greenlane Park: (Residential Properties) Condominium blocks in Island Park
  281. Guillemard Reservoir * : (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Reservoir in Vale of Temple shaped like a pair of spectacles
  282. Gurdwara Sahib Khalsa Dhamak Jatha: (Penang Hindu Temples) Sikh temple along Brick Kiln Road (Jalan Gurdwara)
  283. Gurney Hotel: Hotel along Gurney Drive
  284. Gurney Palace: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Luxury condominium along Jalan Concordia
  285. Gurney Plaza: (Penang Shopping Malls) Upscale mall along Gurney Drive
  286. Hai Kee Chan * *: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Mansion belonging to Kapitan China Chung Keng Kwee
  287. Hainan Temple *: (Clan Temples) Hainanese temple to the deity Ma Chor Po
  288. Halaman Cendana: (Residential Properties) Apartment complex in Bukit Gedung
  289. Halaman Kristal: (Residential Properties) High-rise apartment at Lengkok Free School
  290. Halaman Sentosa: (Residential Properties) Walk-up apartments in Minden Heights
  291. Halaman Teratai: (Residential Properties) Medium-cost apartment in Sungai Nibong
  292. Hard Rock Hotel: (Hotels in Penang with Online Booking) Beach Hotel in Batu Ferringhi, formerly Casuarina Beach Resort
  293. Hardwicke House: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building at the corner of Northam Road and Pangkor Road
  294. Harmony Square: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Commercial properties along Perak Road
  295. Harmony View: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in the Perak Road neighbourhood
  296. Hean Tean Seang Tee Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Chinese temple in Balik Pulau
  297. Heong Giam Si Temple: (Penang Buddhist Temples) Buddhist temple along Jalan Air Itam near the Penang State Mosque
  298. Heong San Hoay Kuan / Chong San Wooi Koon: (Clan Temples) Cantonese District Association from the early 19th century
  299. Heong Sun See Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Buddhist temple along the old Tanjung Tokong road.
  300. Hillcrest Residences: (Residential Properties) Luxury hill condominium in Bukit Jambul
  301. Hock Teik Cheng Sin Temple * *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Chinese temple in the Armenian Street Heritage Enclave
  302. Hock Teik Soo Temple, Mak Mandin *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple to the Taoist god of prosperity in Mak Mandin
  303. Hock Teik Soo Temple, Nibong Tebal *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple to the Taoist god of prosperity in Nibong Tebal
  304. Holiday Inn: (Hotels in Penang with Online Booking) Beach Hotel in Batu Ferringhi
  305. Holy Trinity Church: (Penang Churches) Anglican church in Nibong Tebal
  306. Homestead: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Huge mansion by the sea at Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah
  307. Hong Chuan Buddhist Institute: (Penang Buddhist Temples) Institute create to promote and propagate the Buddhist lifestyle
  308. Hong Hock See Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Small Chinese temple along Jalan Perak
  309. Hong Sun Seah Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) An old Chinese temple in Green Lane.
  310. Hospital Pantai Mutiara: (Hospitals) Private hospital in Bayan Lepas
  311. Hotel Equatorial: (Hotels in Penang with Online Booking) Business-class hotel on top of Bukit Jambul
  312. Hotel Grand Continental: (Hotels in Penang with Online Booking) City hotel within the Seven Streets Precinct
  313. Hotel Seri Malaysia: Economical family-class hotel in Bayan Baru
  314. House of Yeap Chor Ee: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Museum showcasing the furniture and memorabilia of late Penang tycoon Yeap Chor Ee
  315. HSBC Building: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) One of the first buildings to be rebuilt following the Second World War
  316. Hsieh Thien Kong Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Small Taoist temple by the roadside at Jelutong
  317. Huat Huah Liam Temple: (Chinese Temples) Buddhist temple with pagoda columbarium in Hye Keat Estate
  318. Hui Aun Association: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Hokkien district association with working class members
  319. Hunza Complex: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Commercial properties along Jalan Gangsa in Greenlane Heights
  320. Hu Yew Seah: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Organisation set up to promote Chinese education among the English-speaking Chinese in Penang
  321. Hwa Yen Si Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Chinese temple at Dato Kramat, beside Convent Dato Kramat
  322. Hydro Majestic Hotel: (Hotels in Penang with Online Booking) Beach Hotel in Batu Ferringhi
  323. i-Avenue: (Buildings) Commercial building in Sungai Nibong near Bayan Baru roundabout.
  324. Immigration Department: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building which was once part of the police station complex
  325. Imm Thuah Sum Ong Hoo Temple *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Small temple in Greenlane Heights
  326. India House: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building built by prominent members of the Chettiar community
  327. Infinity Condominium: (Residential Properties) Upscale condominium in Tanjung Bungah
  328. INTI International College: (Schools) Private college in Bukit Jambul
  329. Islamic Council Building: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building which was Government Offices during the British administration
  330. Island Glades: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Residential neighbourhood developed in the 1960's and 70's.
  331. Island Hospital: (Hospitals) One of the newest medical institutions in Penang
  332. Island Park: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Residential neighbourhood developed in the 1960's and 70's.
  333. Island Plaza: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Upmarket mall in Tanjong Tokong
  334. Island Resort Condominium: (Residential Properties) Condominium under planning in Batu Ferringhi
  335. Jade Emperor Pavilion *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Taoist temple at the foot of Penang Hill
  336. Jade View Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment in Bukit Gambier
  337. Jalan Tengah: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Residential neighbourhood in Bayan Baru
  338. Jambul Court: (Residential Properties) Apartment block in Relau
  339. Jambul View: (Residential Properties) Apartment block in Relau
  340. Japanese Cemetery: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Late 19th century cemetery for the small Japanese community in Penang
  341. Jawi: (Places in Seberang Perai) An industrial area in Seberang Perai
  342. Jay Series Condominium: (Residential Properties) Condominium blocks in Greenlane Heights
  343. Jelutong *: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Suburb to the south of George Town
  344. Jelutong Market: (Markets in Penang) Market located along Jalan Penaga and Jalan Ipoh in Jelutong
  345. Jelutong Tai Tay Yah Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple for the worship of the Taoist god of medicine
  346. Jerejak Resort and Spa: (Hotels in Penang with Online Booking) Only resort on Pulau Jerejak
  347. Jermal Court Apartment: (Residential Properties) 4-storey walk-up apartment in Bagan Jermal
  348. Jermal Jaya Apartment: (Residential Properties) 7 storey aparment block in Bagan Jermal
  349. Jesselton Heights: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Affluent neighbourhood off Jalan Utama in Penang
  350. Jewish Cemetery: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Oldest burial place for Jews in Malaysia and the region
  351. Judge's Residence: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Dilapidated building that was once the official residence of the chief justice
  352. Juru: (Places in Seberang Perai) An industrial area in Seberang Perai
  353. Juru Auto-City: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Major automobile centre with outdoor food and entertainment mall
  354. Kampung Baru Market: (Markets in Penang) Market in the Kampung Baru neighbourhood of Ayer Itam
  355. Kampung Buah Pala: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Village at Bukit Gelugor inhabited mostly by Indians who are the descendents of plantation workers and cattlemen
  356. Kampung Jawa: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Neighbourhood in Bayan Baru with a mix of residential and industrial areas
  357. Kampung Kastam: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Working class neighbourhood housing civil servants from the customs department
  358. Kampung Makam: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Malay village founded by an Acehnese guru in the early 19th century
  359. Kampung Perlis: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Malay village in Balik Pulau famous for Laksa Janggus
  360. Kampung Permatang Pasir: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Small, secluded Malay village in Balik Pulau
  361. Kampung Pulau Betong: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Small Chinese fishing village on the southwestern part of Penang Island
  362. Kampung Rawa: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Malay village founded by Sumatrans in the early 19th century
  363. Kampung Sungai Burung: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Malay village in Balik Pulau
  364. Kampung Sungai Rusa: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Malay village between Balik Pulau and Teluk Bahang
  365. Kang Har Tong Residence: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Residential neighbourhood off Perak Road
  366. Kapitan Keling Mosque * *: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque of the Indian Muslim community in George Town
  367. Kar Yin Association: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Cantonese district association building built in the Art Deco style
  368. KDU College Penang: (Schools) Private college along Anson Road
  369. Kee Poh Huat Kongsi: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Huge country mansion of the Kee family
  370. Kek Lok Si Columbarium: (Penang Monuments) Building to house the ashes of the departed within the Kek Lok Si Temple complex
  371. Kek Lok Si Temple * *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Largest Chinese temple in Southeast Asia
  372. Kepala Batas: (Places in Seberang Perai) A community on the northern part of Seberang Perai
  373. Keramat Dato Koyah: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Shrine to a Muslim saint from the Malabar coast of southern India
  374. Khaw Kongsi: (Clan Temples) Temple for Chinese clansmen surnamed Khaw
  375. Kiara Indah Condominium: (Residential Properties) Condominium at Tingkat Paya Terubong
  376. King Edward VII Memorial Hospital Building: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building that used to house a maternity hospital
  377. Kingfisher Series Condominium: (Residential Properties) Condominium blocks in Greenlane Heights
  378. Kolej PTPL: (Schools) Private college offering accounting-related courses
  379. Komtar * *: (Penang Shopping Malls) Biggest mult-purpose development and tallest skyscraper in Penang
  380. Komtar Bus Terminal: (Penang Infrastructures) Hub for buses to all parts of Penang state
  381. Komtar Pedestrian Crossing: (Penang Infrastructures) Four-way pedestrian bridge above Penang Road in front of Komtar
  382. Komtar Walk: Sheltered mall in front of Komtar
  383. Kondo Berjaya: (Residential Properties) Low density condominium in Pulau Tikus
  384. Kongsi: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Name of the Balik Pulau town centre
  385. Kongsi Mosque: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque near the town centre of Balik Pulau
  386. Kongsoon House: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage office building at the corner of Lebuh Pantai and Lebuh Gereja
  387. Krystal Point: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Commercial complex in Bukit Kecil, Sungai Nibong
  388. Kuala Jalan Bahru: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Small Chinese fishing community in Balik Pulau District
  389. Kuala Sungai Pinang: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Village at the estuary of Sungai Pinang (West)
  390. Kuan Yin Goddess of Mercy Pavilion *: (Penang Chinese Temples) The biggest Mahayana Buddhist temple pavilion in the region
  391. Kuan In Tong: (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple of the Goddess of Mercy in Nibong Tebal
  392. Kuan Yin See: (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple of the Goddess of Mercy of Burmah Road, temple associated with the Nine Emperor Gods Festival
  393. Kuan Yin Teng (Butterworth): (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple of the Goddess of Mercy of Butterworth
  394. Kuan Yin Teng (Kong Hock Keong) * *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple of the Goddess of Mercy of Pitt Street, the oldest Chinese temples in Penang
  395. Kuantan Road Market: (Markets in Penang) Wet market within an Art Deco market building in Kuantan Road
  396. Kubang Semang: (Places in Seberang Perai) A place in Seberang Perai Tengah north of Bukit Mertajam
  397. Ku Cheng Tse Temple: (Penang Buddhist Temples) Buddhist temple in Seberang Jaya
  398. Kwang Hwa Primary School: (Schools) One of the best primary schools is Penang
  399. Lakeside Plaza: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Small commercial complex in the Lakeside neighbourhood of Bukit Jambul
  400. Lakeside Tower: (Residential Properties) Apartment at Tingkat Bukit Jambul
  401. Lam Wah Ee Hospital: (Hospitals) A major Chinese-established hospital in Green Lane
  402. Lavinia Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment complex in Sungai Nibong
  403. Lee Jetty: (Clan Jetties)
  404. Lee Sih Chong Soo: (Clan Temples) Lee clan association
  405. Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi * *: (Clan Temples) The most ornate Chinese clan temple outside of China
  406. Lim Jetty: (Clan Jetties)
  407. Lim Kongsi *: (Clan Temples) Clan association of those holding the Lim surname
  408. Lim Lean Teng Mansions: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Office block named after a Penang Teochew philanthropist.
  409. Limburg: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Mansion that once belonged to Penang industrialist Lim Cheng Teik
  410. Linear Park: (Penang Nature Sites) Urban park along the Ayer Itam River
  411. Lip Sin Garden: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Residential neighbourhood in Sungai Dua
  412. Lip Sin Market: (Markets in Penang) The first market set up for the community in Lip Sin Garden
  413. Li Teik Seah Building: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) House that once belonged to wealthy 19th century pepper trader Khoo Tiang Poh
  414. Little Sisters of the Poor: (Penang Churches) Home for the aged run by Roman Catholic nuns.
  415. Logan Memorial *: (Penang Monuments) Monument to lawyer who fought for the rights of the locals
  416. Logan's Building: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Commercial building that was originally three storeys, but is now only two
  417. Logan Ville: (Residential Properties) Apartment block along Logan Road
  418. Loh Guan Lye Specialist Centre: (Hospitals) Hospital along Logan Road near the city centre
  419. Loh Si Tong Chong Seah: (Clan Temples) Loh clan association
  420. Loke Mansion: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building along Gurney Drive
  421. Loke Thye Kee: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Dilapidated building that was once one of the most significant Chinese restaurants in Penang
  422. Lovers' Isle *: (Islands) Rocky outcrop in Batu Ferringhi
  423. LPPKN Building: (Buildings) Government building housing the National Population and Family Development Board
  424. Lum Fong Hotel: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Original site of the Penang Adventist Hospital, now a bed-and-breakfast
  425. Macallum Street Wholesale Market: (Markets in Penang) Main wholesale market of Penang
  426. Madrasah Al-Ubudiah: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Muslim religious school and prayer hall in Bukit Gedung
  427. Madrasah Hamid Arabi: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Early 20th century structure that was a religious school and boarding house
  428. Magazine Circus, Penang: (Places in Localities) Traffic junction in George Town from where all distances are measured
  429. Magazine Road Heritage Row: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) A row of ten townhouses that have been restored.
  430. Mahamariamman Temple * *: (Penang Hindu Temples) Oldest Hindu temple in Penang
  431. Maha Mariamman Devasthanam Temple *: (Penang Hindu Temples) Biggest Hindu temple in Butterworth
  432. Mahindarama Buddhist Temple: (Penang Buddhist Temples) Theravada Buddhist temple at Kamar Road
  433. Mak Mandin: (Places in Seberang Perai) An industrial area in Butterworth
  434. Malayan Railway Building: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Early 20th century heritage building along Weld Quay
  435. Malaysian Buddhist Association: (Organisations) Organisation for the promotion and propagation of Buddhism in Malaysia
  436. Malaysian German Society: (Organisations) Society founded to promote understanding and friendship between Malaysians and the German community in Penang
  437. Malaysian Hakka Heritage Centre: (Organisations) Centre within the Penang Khek Association establish to celebrate the history of the Hakkas in Malaysia
  438. Marina Tower: (Residential Properties) Apartment in Relau
  439. Market Lane Tuak Shop: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) One of the few remaining tuak shops in George Town
  440. Masjid Alimsah Waley: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Recently rebuilt mosque on site of original early 19th century Indian Muslim mosque
  441. Masjid Al-Huda: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Malay mosque for the village of Sungai Ara
  442. Masjid Al-Idayah: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Malay mosque for the community of Bayan Lepas
  443. Masjid Al-Ittifaq: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque for the Malay community in Sungai Nibong Kecil
  444. Masjid Al-Jamiul Azzakirin: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Small Indian Muslim mosque in George Town
  445. Masjid Al-Malik Khalid: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque within the campus of Universiti Sains Malaysia
  446. Masjid Al-Qahhar *: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque of the Malay community in Permatang Damar Laut
  447. Masjid Baru Ayer Itam: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) New mosque along Jalan Thean Teik in Bandar Baru Ayer Itam
  448. Masjid Daerah Balik Pulau: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) The biggest mosque in southwest Penang
  449. Masjid Haji Kassim: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque founded by an Acehnese religious teacher in the 19th century
  450. Masjid Jalan York: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque of the Malay community beside Sungai Air Terjun
  451. Masjid Jamek Al-Munauwar: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Community mosque for the Malay settlement of Pulau Tikus
  452. Masjid Jamek Ar-Rahman: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) New mosque for the Muslim community in Batu Ferringhi
  453. Masjid Jamek Batu Maung: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Old village mosque of Batu Maung with a more recent annex
  454. Masjid Jamek Batu Uban: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Oldest mosque on Penang Island
  455. Masjid Jamek Hashim Yahaya: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque along Perak Road adjacent to the biggest cemetery in Penang
  456. Masjid Jamek Jalan Hatin: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque along Hutton Lane in George Town
  457. Masjid Jamek Kampung Rawa: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Village mosque of the Sumatran settlement of Kampung Rawa
  458. Masjid Jamek Rawana: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Old Indian Muslim mosque at the junction of Perak Road with Jalan P. Ramlee
  459. Masjid Jamek Shaik Eusoff *: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque of the Malay community at Dhoby Ghaut, Dato Kramat
  460. Masjid Jamek Simpang Empat Balik Pulau: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Recently rebuilt mosque in Balik Pulau near the village of Genting
  461. Masjid Jamek Simpang Enam: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Late 19th century heritage mosque along Macalister Road
  462. Masjid Jamek Sg Gelugor: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Old mosque in Sungai Gelugor
  463. Masjid Jamek Sungai Nibong Besar: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Old mosque in Sungai Nibong at the former junction of Jalan Sungai Dua
  464. Masjid Jamek Sungai Pinang: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Recently rebuilt mosque in Jelutong
  465. Masjid Kampung Seronok: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Village mosque for Kampung Seronok
  466. Masjid Khan Muhammad: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Small Indian Muslim mosque beside Sungai Pinang along Jalan Perak
  467. Masjid Lama Tanjong Huma: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Old Malay mosque in Batu Ferringhi
  468. Masjid Maqbul: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Old mosque in Sungai Pinang, Jelutong
  469. Masjid Pakistan: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque serving the Pakistani community at Macalister Road
  470. Masjid Pintal Tali: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Small heritage mosque along Rope Walk
  471. Masjid Raudah Pulau Betong: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Community mosque for the Muslims in Kampung Pulau Betong
  472. Masjid Sembilang Seberang Jaya: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque for the Muslim community of Taman Sembilang in Seberang Jaya
  473. Masjid Sungai Batu: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Recently expanded mosque in the village of Sungai Batu
  474. Masjid Sungai Rusa: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Recently expanded mosque in the village of Sungai Rusa
  475. Masjid Tarik Air: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Small heritage mosque along Jalan Burma
  476. Masjid Tengah: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Small heritage mosque along Jalan Burma
  477. Masjid Terapung Tanjung Bungah *: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque built in the sea off the bay in Tanjung Bungah
  478. Masjid Titi Papan: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Heritage mosque along Jalan Burma
  479. Masjid Tuan Guru: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) A recently expanded mosque for the Malay settlement in Tanjung Tokong
  480. Masjid Umar Ibn Al-Khattab: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Main mosque in the Bayan Baru township
  481. Masjid Wan Chik Ariffin: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque built in the early 20th century by Wan Chik Ariffin in memory of his father
  482. Mawar Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment complex in Sungai Nibong
  483. Mayang Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment complex in Bukit Gedung
  484. Mayang Mall: (Buildings) Low-rise office building in Bayan Baru
  485. MBf Tower: (Penang Modern Buildings) Skyscraper along Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah
  486. Medan Hikmat: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in the Batu Lanchang neighbourhood
  487. Megamal Pinang Shopping Complex: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Biggest shopping mall in the northern region of Malaysia
  488. Melati Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment complex in Sungai Nibong
  489. Menara KWSP: (Buildings) 21-storey office block along Northam Road.
  490. Menara Perdana: (Penang Modern Buildings) Commercial office block along Jalan Gurdwara
  491. Menara UMNO: (Buildings) Skyscraper in George Town
  492. Meng Eng Choo: (Clan Temples) Memorial Hall of the Ghee Hin Secret Society
  493. Mengkuang Dam *: (Penang Infrastructures) The biggest dam in Penang
  494. Mengkuang Titi: (Penang Homestays) Malay village in Seberang Perai on Homestay programme
  495. Methodist Girls School: (Schools) Former Anglo-Chinese Girls School
  496. Methodist Boys School: (Schools) Former Anglo-Chinese School of Penang
  497. Metropolitan Park: (Penang Nature Sites) Public recreational park in Relau
  498. Mewah Court Apartment: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in Batu Lanchang
  499. Midlands One Stop: (Penang Shopping Malls) Middle-class shopping mall in Pulau Tikus
  500. Millennium Monument: (Penang Monuments) Monument erected as part of the Millennium celebrations
  501. Minden Heights: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Affluent residential area in Gelugor
  502. Mixed Jetty: (Clan Jetties)
  503. Moey She Temple: (Clan Temples) Clan temple for Chinese people holding the Moey surname
  504. Moon Gate: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Entranceway to hiking trail in the Botanical Gardens
  505. Mount Erskine: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Working class neighbourhood to the west of Tanjong Tokong
  506. Muka Head *: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Promontory on the northwest tip of Penang Island
  507. Municipal Fountain: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Fountain donated by Koh Seang Tat, a wealthy 19th century personality to the municipality
  508. Musalla Kampung Bukit: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Village prayer hall for Kampung Bukit in Bayan Lepas
  509. Mutiara Heights: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment complex in Jelutong
  510. Mutiara Idaman: (Residential Properties) Lower medium cost apartment complex in Jelutong
  511. Mutiara Perdana: (Residential Properties) Low medium cost apartment complex in Sungai Ara
  512. Mutiara Ria Apartment: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in Bukit Gelugor
  513. Mutiara Vista: (Residential Properties) Lower medium cost apartment complex in Jelutong
  514. Nagore Shrine *: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Shrine to South Indian Muslim saint
  515. Nan Tien Gong Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Tua Pek Kong temple at Bukit Gambier
  516. Nautilus Bay Jelutong Promenade: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Promenade at Bandar Sri Pinang, Jelutong
  517. Nagarathar Sivan Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu temple of the Nagarathar Chettiar community
  518. Nam Hooi Association: (Clan Temples) Cantonese district association along Lebuh Chulia
  519. Nattukkottai Chettiar Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Temple associated with the Thaipusam festival for the Chettiar community
  520. New Savoy Hotel: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) / Mohd Ariff Mansion: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Small hotel that was once the residence of wealthy Boria patron Mohd Ariff bin Mohamed Tajoodin
  521. New World Park: (Penang Coffee Shops) Modern food centre on the site of a former amusement park
  522. Ng Kongsi: (Clan Temples) Clan association of the people surnamed Ng
  523. Ng Fook Thong: (Clan Temples) Cantonese district association along Lebuh Chulia
  524. Nibong Tebal: (Places in Seberang Perai) The main town in Seberang Perai Selatan
  525. Nibong Tebal Iron Bridge: (Penang Infrastructures) Arch bridge over the railway tracks in Nibong Tebal.
  526. Nine Emperor Gods Temple of Butterwoth: (Penang Chinese Temples) One of the biggest Taoist temples in Butterworth
  527. Nine Emperor Gods Temple of Penang: (Penang Chinese Temples) Newly built Taoist temple at the reclaimed waterfront of George Town
  528. Nin Yong Temple: (Clan Temples) Clan temple of a Cantonese district association
  529. Noordin Family Tomb: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mausoleum built by a prominent Indian Muslim merchant family
  530. North Beach: (Neighbourhood) Area on the north coast of George Town
  531. Northam Lodge (Soonstead): (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) 46B Northam Road, early 20th century heritage building
  532. Northam Tower: (Penang Modern Buildings) Skyscraper along Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah
  533. Northern Corridor Implementation Authority: (Organisations) Statutory body established with the task to realise the objectives of the Northern Corridor Economic Region
  534. N-Park: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Condominium in Batu Uban
  535. Old OCBC Building: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building along Lebuh Pantai
  536. Ong Kongsi: (Clan Temples) Clan association of those holding the Ong surname
  537. Pacific Komtar: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Department store in Komtar occupying lot vacated by Super Komtar
  538. Padang Brown: (Penang Infrastructures) Playing field at Dato Kramat
  539. Padang Kota Lama: (Penang Infrastructures) Parade ground in the civic district of George Town
  540. Palace Hill: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Upscale residential neighbourhood in Bukit Gambier
  541. Pan Palace Plaza: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Commercial building in Lip Sin Gardens, Sungai Dua, with Sunshine Lip Sin as anchor tenant
  542. Pangsapuri Aked: (Residential Properties) Low medium cost apartment in Bagan Ajam, Butterworth
  543. Pangsapuri Air Putih: (Residential Properties) Low medium cost apartment in Air Putih, Balik Pulau
  544. Pantai Acheh: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Small Chinese fishing community on the west coast of Penang Island
  545. Pantai Bersih: (Places in Seberang Perai) A beach area in Butterworth with views of George Town
  546. Pantai Jerejak: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Middle-class residential neighbourhood on the eastern coast of Penang Island
  547. Pantai Jerejak Market: (Markets in Penang) Wet market along Jalan Pantai Jerejak 13
  548. Pantai Kerachut *: (Beaches) Beach with meromictic lake and turtle hatchery
  549. Parkview Towers: (Residential Properties) Apartment at Tingkat Bukit Jambul
  550. Pasir Panjang: (Beaches) Stretch of sandy beach at the southwest part of Penang Island
  551. Patani Road Market: (Markets in Penang) Market serving the Patani Road and Sungai Pinang neighbourhood
  552. Paya Terubong: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Working-class neighbourhood in the centre of Penang Island
  553. Pearl Garden: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Apartment complex in Sungai Ara
  554. Pearl Hill: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Upscale neighbourhood in Tanjung Bungah
  555. Pearl Hill Tua Pek Kong Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) A temple to the local god of prosperity perched on a spur overlooking Tanjong Bungah
  556. Penaga: (Places in Seberang Perai) A place in Seberang Perai Utara
  557. Penang Adventist Hospital: (Hospitals) Not-for-profit hospital founded by the Seventh-Day Adventists
  558. Penang Aquarium *: (Penang Nature Sites) Aquarium in Batu Maung belonging to the Fisheries Department
  559. Penang Badminton Centre: (Penang Infrastructures) Badminton sports complex in Bukit Dumbar
  560. Penang Baptist Church: (Penang Churches) Baptist church along Macalister Road
  561. Penang Bazaar: (Buildings) Auditorium for live performances
  562. Penang Bird Park *: (Penang Nature Sites) Aviary with some of the best collection of birds in Northern Malaysia
  563. Penang Botanic Gardens * *: (Penang Nature Sites) Recreational park on the western edge of George Town
  564. Penang Bridge *: (Penang Infrastructures) Link between the island and mainland side of Penang
  565. Penang Buddhist Association: (Penang Buddhist Temples) Heritage building housing association founded by believers wanting to learn Buddhism in its pure form
  566. Penang Butterfly Farm *: (Penang Nature Sites) The first tropical butterfly farm in the region
  567. Penang Chinese Chin Woo Athletic Association: (Organisations) Organisation for the promotion of the Chinese martial artform
  568. Penang Chinese Girls' High School: (Schools) One of the biggest Chinese schools in Malaysia
  569. Penang Chinese Swimming Club: (Organisations) Members-only swimming club in Tanjung Bungah
  570. Penang Christian Centre: (Penang Churches) Charismatic church along Khaw Sim Bee Road
  571. Penang Eurasian Association: (Organisations) Organisation of the Eurasian community in Penang
  572. Penang Free School: (Schools) The first English school opened to all
  573. Penang Forestry Museum: (Penang Nature Sites) Museum within the Teluk Bahang Forest Park
  574. Penang General Hospital: (Hospitals) Biggest public hospital in Penang
  575. Penang Goldsmith Association: (Clan Temples) Oldest and biggest goldsmith association in Malaysia
  576. Penang Heritage Centre: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Government body created to increase awareness of restoration and conservation in Penang.
  577. Penang Heritage Enclave: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Cultural and heritage enclave within the Inner City of George Town
  578. Penang Heritage Trust: (Organisations) Non-government organization working to upkeep and educate on heritage matters
  579. Penang Hill *: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Highland getaway in the central part of Penang Island
  580. Penang Hill Canopy Walk: (Penang Infrastructures) Abandoned suspension walkway
  581. Penang Hill Hindu Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Temple of the deity Murugan in Penang Hill
  582. Penang Hill Mosque: (Mosques) Mosque for the Muslim community living or working in Penang Hill
  583. Penang Hill Railway *: (Penang Infrastructures) Funicular train up Penang Hill
  584. Penang Home for the Infirm and Aged, Green Lane Branch: (Organisations) Main office of non-profit organisation established to care for the destitute and aged
  585. Penang Home for the Infirm and Aged Residency Road Branch: (Organisations) Branch office of non-profit organisation established to care for the destitute and aged
  586. Penang International Airport: (Penang Infrastructures) The main airport serving the northern part of Peninsular Malaysia.
  587. Penang International Squash Centre: (Penang Infrastructures) Squash centre where Nicol David was discovered
  588. Penang Islamic Museum: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Museum celebrating the propagation of Islam in Penang
  589. Penang Japanese Association: (Organisations) Association founded to promote friendship and understanding between locals and the Japanese community in Penang
  590. Penang Masonic Temple: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Premise of the Freemason lodges in Penang
  591. Penang Municipal Park (Youth Park): (Penang Nature Sites) Public recreational park on the western edge of George Town
  592. Penang Museum *: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) State museum housed in the building originally occupied by the Penang Free School
  593. Penang National Park: (Penang Nature Sites) Protected forest on the northwestern tip of Penang Island.
  594. Penang Plaza: (Penang Shopping Malls): One of the first shopping malls to be built in Penang
  595. Penang Prison: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) One of the oldest prisons in the country
  596. Penang Public Library: (Penang Infrastructures) Public-access library with several branches throughout Penang.
  597. Penang Specialist Maternity Centre: (Hospitals) Private maternity hospital along Logan Road.
  598. Penang Sports Club: (Penang Organisations) One of the oldest recreation clubs in Penang
  599. Penang Stadium: (Penang Infrastructures) New state stadium in Batu Kawan
  600. Penang State Mosque *: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Mosque at the junction of Jalan Masjid Negeri and Jalan Air Itam
  601. Penang Swimming Club: (Organisations) Members-only swimming club in Tanjung Bungah
  602. Penang Times Square: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Massive commercial and residential development occupying the former tin-smelting plant in George Town
  603. Penang Tourism Information Centre: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) State tourist board with brochures and other information for visitors to Penang.
  604. Penang Turf Club: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Venue of horse races at the edge of George Town
  605. Penang War Museum: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Museum sited on former British war bunkers
  606. Penang Water Sports Centre: (Organisations) Place to go for kayaking and boating
  607. Pengkalan Raja Tun Uda: (Penang Infrastructures) Ferry terminal in George Town
  608. Pengkalan Sultan Abdul Halim: (Penang Infrastructures) Ferry terminal in Butterworth
  609. Perai: (Places in Seberang Perai) The original settlement from which Seberang Perai derived its name
  610. Perak Road Malay Cemetery: (Penang Monuments) Biggest Malay cemetery in Penang
  611. Perak Road Market: (Markets in Penang) Market for the Chinese settlement around Perak Road
  612. Perak Road Tua Pek Kong Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Small roadside temple in front of Francis Light School
  613. Permata Sports Complex: (Penang Infrastructures) Sports complex located in Farlim bordering Paya Terubong.
  614. Permatang Damar Laut: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Village on the southeast side of Penang Island
  615. Permatang Pauh: (Places in Seberang Perai) A place in Seberang Perai Tengah
  616. Permatang Rawa: (Places in Seberang Perai) A village in Seberang Perai Tengah
  617. Permatang Tinggi: (Places in Seberang Perai) A place north of Simpang Ampat
  618. Persatuan Perkembangan Ajaran Dewi Kuan Yin Pulau Pinang: (Penang Buddhist Temples) Association for the study and propagation of the doctrine of the Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara
  619. Pesta Site: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Site of the annual trade expo of Pesta Pulau Pinang
  620. Phor Tay Buddhist School: (Schools) First Buddhist high school in Malaysia
  621. Phu Thor Yen Temple: (Penang Buddhist Temples) Buddhist temple along Brick Kiln Road
  622. Pinang Court: (Residential Properties) Lower-medium cost apartment in Bandar Sri Pinang
  623. Pinang Fountain: (Penang Monuments) Fountain in the form of a stylized betel-nut, at the Pesara King Edward roundabout
  624. PISA (Penang International Sports Arena): (Penang Infrastructures) The largest indoor stadium in northern Malaysia.
  625. Plaza Ivory Condominium: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Condominium block at Bukit Gambier
  626. Plaza MWE: (Penang Modern Buildings) Skyscraper along Farquhar Street
  627. Poe Choo Seah: (Clan Temples) Association for Straits-born Chinese.
  628. Poh Oo Toong Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Buddhist temple along Jalan Burma
  629. Police Headquarters: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) The biggest building in Penang when it was built.
  630. Polo Ground: (Penang Infrastructures) Playing field in front of the Penang Governor's mansion
  631. Port Swettenham *: (Penang Infrastructures) Pier for cruise liners in George Town
  632. Porta Mas: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Upmarket apartment in Pulau Tikus
  633. P Ramlee House *: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) House where Malaysia's most famous entertainer was born
  634. Prangin Canal: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage canal that marked the outer limit of 19th Century George Town
  635. Prangin Mall: (Penang Shopping Malls): Shopping mall in the middle of George Town
  636. Precious Court: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Apartment along Jalan Pemenang in Pulau Tikus
  637. Protestant Cemetery: (Penang Monuments) Earliest Christian cemetery in Penang
  638. Pulau Aman: (Islands) Island with fishing community off the mainland coast of Penang
  639. Pulau Betong: (Islands) Small uninhabited island off the southwest coast of Penang
  640. Pulau Burung: (Islands) Coastal island within Nibong Tebal with refuse landfill and marshland bird habitat.
  641. Pulau Gedung: (Islands) Uninhabited island north of Pulau Aman
  642. Pulau Jerejak *: (Islands) Biggest island off Penang Island
  643. Pulau Kendi: (Islands) Small island on the southwest of Penang Island with beautiful rock formations
  644. Pulau Rimau: (Islands) Small uninhabited island off the southeast coast of Penang
  645. Pulau Tikus: (Islands) Rocky outcrop off the northeast coast of Penang Island
  646. Pulau Tikus District: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Neighborhood on the northern side of George Town
  647. Pulau Tikus Market: (Markets in Penang) Wet market for the affluent neighbourhood of Pulau Tikus
  648. Pulau Tikus Tua Pek Kong Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Village temple for the worship of the god of prosperity
  649. Putra Indah Apartment: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Apartment blocks in Bayan Baru
  650. Putra Marine Resort Condominium: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Condominium in the Queensbay area
  651. Putra Place Condominium: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Condominium in the Queensbay area
  652. Quayside Condominium: (Residential Properties) Condominium complex under development in Seri Tanjung Pinang, Tanjong Tokong
  653. Queensbay: (Residential Neighbourhoods) High-rise residential neighbourhood on the coast of Bayan Lepas
  654. Queensbay Mall: (Penang Shopping Malls) Biggest shopping mall on Penang Island
  655. Queen Victoria Memorial Clocktower *: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Clock tower erected to commemorate the 60th year of the reign of Queen Victoria
  656. Queen Victoria Memorial Statue: (Penang Monuments) Monument to Queen Victoria at the Victoria Green in the Chinese Recreation Club
  657. Red Bridge of Bayan Baru: (Penang Infrastructures) Steel arch bridge at the Bayan Lepas Free Industrial Zone
  658. Regency Heights: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Condominium complex in Sungai Ara
  659. Relau: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Neighbourhood in the south-central part of Penang Island
  660. Relau Tua Pek Kong Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Village temple for the worship of the god of prosperity in Relau
  661. Relau Villa: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Dilapidated villa built by the late Kapitan China Chung Thye Phin
  662. Richmond MPPP Rest House: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Rest house in Penang Hill
  663. Rifle Range Flats: (Residential Properties) Low cost flats along Jalan Padang Tembak / Jalan Boundary
  664. Runnymede: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Government building where Stamford Raffles once resided
  665. Sam Poh Footprint Temple *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Shrine venerating the footprint of Admiral Zheng He
  666. San Huah Tang Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Chinese temple along Burmah Road
  667. San Wooi Wooi Koon: (Clan Temples) Cantonese District Association along Bishop Street
  668. Sand Islands: (Islands) Islands created by the shifting current of the sea off Penang Bridge
  669. Sea Breeze Tower Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment in Bukit Dumbar
  670. SEAMEO-RECSAM: (Schools) Southeast Asian organisation for the enhancement of education in science and mathematics located in Gelugor
  671. Seberang Jaya: (Localities) Main township in Seberang Perai
  672. Seberang Perai: (Localities) Mainland side of Penang State
  673. Second Penang Bridge *: (Penang Infrastructures) Massive bridge presently under construction to link Batu Kawan to Batu Maung
  674. Segara Ninda: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Straits Eclectic bungalow in Penang Road
  675. Seng Ong Beow: (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple of the City Protector and Chief Magistrate of Hades
  676. Seri Mutiara: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Official residence of the Yang Di-Pertuan Negeri of Penang
  677. Seri Nibung Apartment: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Two blocks of 10-storey apartment in Sungai Nibung Kecil.
  678. Seri Tanjung Pinang Promenade: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Waterfront promenade on the northeast coast of Penang Island
  679. Seven Streets Precinct: (Neighbourhoods) Working class neighbourhood south of the Prangin Canal
  680. Setia Pearl Island: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Exclusive residential neighbourhood in Sungai Ara
  681. Seventh Day Adventist Church: (Penang Churches) Main church of the Adventist in Penang
  682. Sheikh Al-Hadi House: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Former home of famous Malay journalist
  683. Sheikh Omar Basheer Mausoleum: (Penang Monuments) Biggest Muslim mausoleum in Penang
  684. Sheikh Tahir Observatory: (Penang Modern Buildings) Muslim astronomical centre in Pantai Acheh.
  685. Shih Chung Branch School: (Schools) Historic primary school founded by two local Penang millionaires
  686. Shree Dharma Muniswarar Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu shrine along Jalan Kampung Pisang in Ayer Itam
  687. Shree Kumbamuneeshwarar Thirukovil Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu shrine at the foot of Bukit Dumbar
  688. Shree Muniswarar Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Indian temple associated with car blessings
  689. Sia Boey: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Town limit during the 19th century and former site of major wholesale market
  690. Silver Chariot Garage: (Penang Hindu Temples) Chariot used during Thaipusam procession to convey the Hindu deity Murugan
  691. Silver Jubilee Home for the Aged * : (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Senior citizen home in Sungai Dua
  692. Simpang Ampat: (Places in Seberang Perai) A small town in Seberang Perai Selatan
  693. Sin Kang Estate Funeral Parlour: (Organisations) Funeral Parlour, Columbarium and Cemetery Pavilion of the Khoo clan association
  694. Sinar Bukit Dumbar: (Residential Properties) High-density lower medium cost apartment in Jelutong near Bukit Dumbar
  695. SMK Sungai Nibong: (Schools) National secondary school in Sungai Nibong
  696. Snake Farm: (Penang Nature Sites) Reptile menagerie within the compound of the Snake Temple
  697. Snake Temple * *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Taoist temple in Sungai Keluang, Bayan Lepas, famous for its slithery residents
  698. Soka Gakkai Malaysia: (Organisations) Support organisation for practitioners of Nichiren Buddhism
  699. Spastic Children's Association of Penang: (Organisations) Association for looking after children with celebral palsy
  700. Speakers' Square *: (Penang Infrastructures) Site at the Esplanade where free speech (with limitations) is allowed
  701. Springtide Residences: (Residential Properties) Luxury beachfront condominium in Tanjung Bungah
  702. Sri Abadi Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment in Sungai Ara
  703. Sri Aman Apartment: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Lower medium cost apartment block in Relau
  704. Sri Ambakarathur Patrakaliamman Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu temple in Kampung Bahru, Air Itam
  705. Sri Bala Murugan Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu temple in Seberang Jaya for the deity Murugan
  706. Sri Carlyun Apartment: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in Batu Lanchang
  707. Sri Kamatchi Amman Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Temple of the Patthar Indian community
  708. Sri Kenari Apartment: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Apartment block in Sungai Ara
  709. Sri Krishna Bagawan Alagam Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) South Indian Hindu temple in Taman Pekaka
  710. Sri Kunj Bihari Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) One of the only Northern Indian temple in Penang
  711. Sri Meenakshi Sundraeswar Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Temple of the Bottle Chettiars
  712. Sri Muneeshwarar Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu shrine along Jalan Tengku Kudin in Gelugor
  713. Sri Murugan Paribalana Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Indian temple for the deity Murugan in Mak Mandin, Butterworth
  714. Sri Pinang Apartment: (Residential Properties) Low-density apartment block along Logan Road
  715. Sri Poomarathammal Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Small Hindu temple in Gelugor
  716. Sri Poongga Muniswarar Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Small Hindu shrine in Kampung Jawa Baru
  717. Sri Ragunatha Swami Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Small Hindu temple in Bukit Dumbar, Gelugor
  718. Sri Rajamariamman Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu temple in Kampung Jawa Baru
  719. Sri Rama Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Indian temple associated with those in the laundry trade
  720. Sri Relau Complex: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Commercial property in Relau
  721. Sri Sakthi Durga Amman Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Small Hindu temple next to Gurney Plaza
  722. Sri Sithi Vinayagar Devasthanam Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu temple in Nibong Tebal
  723. Sri Sivasakthi Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu temple for the Indian community of Kampung Langkawi
  724. Sri Teratai: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Official residence of the Chief Minister of Penang.
  725. Sri Vazhikattum Muniswarar Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) A small Indian shrine at Jalan Lembah Permai, Tanjung Bungah
  726. Sri Veerama Kaliamman Devasthanam: (Penang Hindu Temples) Recently renovated Hindu temple in Gelugor
  727. Sri Wangsa Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment complex along Perak Lane
  728. Sri Wonder Complex: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Commercial property along Perak Lane
  729. SRJK (C) Phei Shin: (Penang Infrastructures) Primary school in Jelutong near Bukit Dumbar
  730. Stallions Apartment: (Residential Properties) Apartment complex in Bukit Dumbar
  731. Standard Chartered Building: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building along Lebuh Pantai
  732. St Anne Church * *: (Penang Churches) Major Catholic pilgrimage site in Malaysia
  733. St Anthony's Church: (Penang Churches) Roman Catholic church in Nibong Tebal
  734. St Francis Xavier Church: (Penang Churches) Church of the Tamil Catholic community along Penang Road
  735. St George's Anglican Church *: (Penang Churches) Main church of the British administration officers in Penang
  736. St George's Girls' School: (Schools) Girls' school established by Anglican missionaries
  737. St Joseph's Novitiate: (Penang Churches) Heritage chapel now undergoing adaptive reuse
  738. St Nicholas' Home: (Organisations) Special residential school for the visually impaired
  739. St Paul's Church: (Penang Churches) Chinese language Anglican church along Macalister Road
  740. St Xavier's Institution: (Schools) Oldest Roman Catholic Boys School in Malaysia
  741. Strawberry Hill: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Hillock near the Penang Hill Railway Station
  742. Suffolk House: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) House on the estate owned by Captain Francis Light
  743. Sungai Ara: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Residential neighbourhood in the south-eastern part of Penang Island
  744. Sungai Ara Market: (Markets in Penang) Market serving the village of Sungai Ara, now catering also to the residential neighbourhood of Taman Sungai Ara
  745. Sungai Bakap: (Places in Seberang Perai) A small town in Seberang Perai Selatan
  746. Sungai Bakap Old Mosque: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) The old mosque for the Malay community in Sungai Bakap.
  747. Sungai Batu: (Beaches, Residential Neighbourhoods) Fishing village on the south side of Penang Island
  748. Sungai Dua: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Residential neighbourhood south of the Universiti Sains Malaysia
  749. Sungai Duri: (Penang Homestays) Malay village in Seberang Perai Selatan on Homestay programme
  750. Sungai Gelugor: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Estuarine Malay village in Gelugor
  751. Sungai Nibong: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Neighbourhood in the east central part of Penang Island
  752. Sungai Nibong Express Bus Terminal: (Penang Infrastructures) The main bus terminal for express buses plying between Penang and other destinations in Malaysia and Singapore.
  753. Sungai Nibong Gospel Hall: (Penang Churches) Brethren assembly in Sungai Nibong.
  754. Sungai Nibong Tan Kongsi: (Clan Temples) Tan clan association in Sungai Nibong
  755. Sungai Pinang (East): (Residential Neighbourhoods) Meandering river that flows through the southern side of George Town
  756. Sungai Prai Bridge: (Penang Infrastructures) New bridge for the Butterworth Outer Ring Road
  757. Sungai Puyu Tua Pek Kong Temple *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple to the Taoist god of prosperity for the Sungai Puyu Chinese community
  758. Sungai Setar: (Penang Homestays) Malay village in Seberang Perai Selatan on Homestay programme
  759. Sun Qiang Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Temple of the Hui'an Hokkien community at Macallum Street Ghaut
  760. Sunny Point: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Commercial complex in Batu Uban
  761. Sunny Ville: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Condominium in Batu Uban
  762. Sunrise Garden: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Apartment complex in Sungai Ara
  763. Sunshine Farlim: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Supermarket and department store in Farlim
  764. Sunshine Square: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Supermarket and department store in Bayan Baru
  765. Suntech @ Penang Cybercity: (Buildings) Office block in Bayan Baru
  766. Sunway Carnival Mall: (Penang Shopping Malls): Shopping mall in Seberang Jaya
  767. Sunway Tunas: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Commercial-cum-residential neighbourhood in Bayan Baru
  768. Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall: (Penang Monuments, Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Hall commemorating Dr Sun Yat Sen located at the Penang Philomatic Union
  769. Super Tanker Market: (Markets in Penang) The second market catering to the community at Lip Sin Garden
  770. Supreme Court *: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Recently restored and expanded courthouse building
  771. Surau Bukit Dumbar: (Penang Mosques & Muslim Structures) Muslim prayer hall in Jelutong near Bukit Dumbar
  772. Suria Mutiara: (Residential Properties) Low-rise lower medium cost apartment in the Perak Road neighbourhood
  773. Symphony Park Apartment: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in the Perak Road neighbourhood
  774. Taman Bendera: (Residential Properties) Flat in Relau
  775. Taman Bukit Dumbar: (Residential Properties)
  776. Taman Desa Relau: (Residential Properties) Apartment complex in Relau
  777. Taman Desa Ria: (Residential Properties) Housing estate in Sungai Ara
  778. Taman Gambier: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Low cost flats in Bukit Gambier
  779. Taman Iping: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Oldest housing estate in Batu Maung
  780. Taman Jelutong: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment near to Sunshine Jelutong
  781. Taman Kang Har Tong Apartment: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in the Perak Road neighbourhood
  782. Taman Kheng Tian: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in the Perak Road neighbourhood
  783. Taman Koperasi Jelutong: (Residential Properties) Lower-medium cost walk-up flats in the Batu Lanchang neighbourhood
  784. Taman Lembah Hijau: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartments in Greenlane Heights
  785. Taman Medan Penaga: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in Batu Lanchang
  786. Taman Melati Jaya: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Commercial-cum-residential neighbourhood in Bayan Baru
  787. Taman Pekaka: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Housing estate in Sungai Dua
  788. Taman Rimba Teluk Bahang: (Penang Nature Sites) Forest park within the Teluk Bahang Recreational Forest
  789. Taman Sawang: (Residential Properties) Apartment along Free School Road
  790. Taman Seri Damai: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Medium cost apartment complex in Batu Lanchang
  791. Taman Seri Hijau: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in the Perak Road neighbourhood
  792. Taman Seri Perak: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in the Perak Road neighbourhood
  793. Taman Sri Bayan: (Residential Properties) Apartment complex in Sungai Ara
  794. Taman Sri Bunga, Jelutong: (Residential Properties) Lower medium cost apartment in the Perak Road neighbourhood
  795. Taman Sri Bunga, Sungai Dua: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in Sungai Dua
  796. Taman Sri Nibong: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Residential neighbourhood in Sungai Nibong
  797. Taman Sri Puteri: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Medium-cost apartment in Sungai Ara
  798. Tan Jetty: (Clan Jetties)
  799. Tanjong Bungah Sri Maha Mariamman Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Oldest Hindu temple in Penang
  800. Tanjong Tokong: (Beaches, Residential Neighbourhoods) Cape on the northeast tip of Penang Island
  801. Tanjong Tokong Tua Pek Kong Temple *: (Penang Chinese Temples) Mother temple for the worship of the god of prosperity, famous for its annual Flame Watching ritual
  802. Tanjung Bungah *: (Beaches, Residential Neighbourhoods) Seaside neighbourhood on the northern coast of Penang Island
  803. Tanjung Bungah Market: (Markets in Penang) Market complex at the Tanjung Bungah Bus Terminal
  804. Tan Kongsi *: (Clan Temples) Clan association of those holding the Tan surname
  805. Tanjung Pura Apartment: (Residential Properties) Upper medium cost apartment along Logan Road
  806. Tasik Gelugor: (Places in Seberang Perai) A community in Seberang Perai Utara near the Kedah border
  807. Tean Ean Local Products: Shop selling local confectioneries and pastries
  808. Teh Kongsi: (Clan Temples) Clan association for those with the surname Teh
  809. Teluk Ailing: (Beaches) Bay in Penang National Park with USM research station
  810. Teluk Air Tawar: (Places in Seberang Perai) Coastal community in Seberang Perai Utara
  811. Teluk Bahang: (Beaches, Residential Neighbourhoods) Fishing village on the northwest side of Penang Island
  812. Teluk Bahang Bus Terminus: (Penang Infrastructures) Makeshift terminal for Rapid Penang buses in Teluk Bahang
  813. Teluk Bahang Dam *: (Penang Infrastructures) The biggest dam on Penang Island
  814. Teluk Duyung: (Beaches) Popularly camping spot in the Penang National Park that is also known as Monkey Beach
  815. Teluk Kampi: (Beaches) Longest stretch of beach in the Penang National Park
  816. Teluk Kumbar: (Beaches, Residential Neighbourhoods) Fishing village on the southern side of Penang Island
  817. Teluk Tempoyak: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Fishing village on the southeast side of Penang Island
  818. Teochew Ancestral Temple * *: (Clan Temples) Chinese clan temple which won Unesco award for restoration
  819. Teoh Kongsi: (Clan Temples) Teoh clan association founded by Cheong Fatt Tze
  820. Teong Leng Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Taoist temple to the deity Seong Tay Keong in Jelutong
  821. Tesco Extra Seberang Jaya: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Hypermarket in Seberang Jaya
  822. Tesco Extra Sungai Dua: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Hypermarket in Sungai Dua
  823. Tesco Penang: (Penang Shopping Malls): One of the two Tesco hypermarkets on Penang Island
  824. Than Hsiang Temple: (Penang Buddhist Temples) Buddhist temple in Sungai Keluang, Bayan Lepas
  825. The Great Wall, Penang Hill: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage mansion on Penang Hill built by Khoo Sian Ewe
  826. The Palazzia: (Penang Shopping Malls & Commercial Properties) Commercial complex in Bukit Gambier
  827. The Palazzo: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Luxury condominium along Kelawei Road
  828. The Salvation Army: (Penang Churches, Organisations) Christian Evangelical movement, church and children's home in Penang
  829. The Spring: (Residential Properties) Condominium in Bandar Sri Pinang
  830. The View: (Residential Properties) Luxury condominium in Batu Uban
  831. Thean Hock Keong Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Chinese temple in Bagan Ajam, Butterworth
  832. Thendayabani Muthumariamman Chettiar Temple: (Penang Hindu Temples) Hindu temple in Balik Pulau
  833. Therapeutic Garden: (Penang Nature Sites) Small garden in Relau
  834. Thio Thiaw Siat (TTS) Building: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building along Lebuh Pantai constructed for the estate of the late Cheong Fatt Tze
  835. Thirty Two at the Mansion: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Upmarket restaurant housed in the heritage Leong Yin Kean Mansion
  836. Titi Kerawang *: (Penang Nature Sites) Cascade and favorite picnic spot on the west side of Penang Island
  837. Titi Teras: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Small village in Balik Pulau
  838. Town Hall *: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Heritage building which was once a venue of social gatherings
  839. Trees of the Esplanade: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Trees planted in Padang Kota Lama by visiting dignitaries and the Governors of Penang
  840. Trinity Methodist Church: (Penang Churches) One of the two English-speaking Methodist congregations in Penang
  841. Tropical Spice Garden *: (Penang Nature Sites) Landscaped garden showcasing exotic as well as endemic tropical flora
  842. Tropicana Medical Centre: (Hospitals) Private medical centre specialising in women's wellness and pediatrics
  843. True Jesus Church: (Penang Churches) Non-denominational church in Air Itam
  844. Tseng Lung Fui Kon: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Hakka district association housed in mid-19th century building renovated in 1920-22.
  845. Tune Hotels.com: (Buildings) Limited service budget hotel in downtown Penang
  846. Tunku Kudin House: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Dilapidated bungalow in Gelugor
  847. Universiti Sains Malaysia: (Schools) One of the biggest universities in Malaysia based in Penang
  848. USM Museum (Muzium & Galeri Tuanku Fauziah): (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Museum located within the grounds of Universiti Sains Malaysia
  849. Valdor: (Places in Seberang Perai) Agricultural community north of Sungai Bakap in Seberang Perai Selatan
  850. Vale of Tempe: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Hilly area in northern Penang
  851. Victoria Heights: (Residential Properties) Apartment block in Relau
  852. Villa Kejora: (Residential Properties) Apartment complex in Relau
  853. Villa Mas Ewani: (Residential Properties) Lower medium cost apartment in Jelutong near Bukit Dumbar
  854. Villa Sri Kenanga: (Residential Properties) Medium cost apartment in Batu Uban
  855. Villamas: (Residential Properties) Upscale apartment along Logan Road.
  856. Vista Bukit Dumbar: (Residential Properties) Apartment block in Bukit Dumbar
  857. Vista Gambier: (Residential Properties) Condominium under construction (as of Sept 2009) in Bukit Gambier
  858. Vistaria Condominium: (Residential Neighbourhoods) Condominium complex in Sungai Ara
  859. Wat Buppharam *: (Penang Buddhist Temples) Thai Buddhist temple along Jalan Perak
  860. Wat Chaiyamangkalaram * *: (Penang Buddhist Temples) Biggest Thai Buddhist temple in Penang
  861. Wat Nai: (Penang Buddhist Temples) Small Thai Buddhist temple along Jalan Masjid Negeri next to Wat Pinbang Onn
  862. Wat Photichareantham: (Penang Buddhist Temples) Thai temple in Sungai Puyu, Butterworth
  863. Wat Pinbang Onn: (Penang Buddhist Temples) Small Thai Buddhist temple along Jalan Masjid Negeri
  864. Wayton Court Apartment: (Residential Properties) Medium-cost apartment block along Burmah Road
  865. Weld Quay Bus Terminal *: (Penang Infrastructures) Main bus terminus for George Town
  866. Wesley Methodist Church: (Penang Churches) The oldest Methodist Church in Malaysia
  867. Western Road Cemetery: (Penang Monuments) Largest Christian cemetery in Penang
  868. Whiteways: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Commercial building along Beach Street that used to house upmarket stores and offices
  869. Wisma Great Eastern: (Buildings) 5-storey office built alongside heritage building along Lebuh Light
  870. Wisma Kastam (Malayan Railway Building): (Penang Heritage Sites) The former offices of the Federated Malay States Railway Building, now the Customs department
  871. Wisma Malvest: (Buildings) 6-storey office building off Jalan Tun Dr Awang in Sungai Nibong Kecil.
  872. Wisma Penang Garden: (Buildings) 11-storey office block along Northam Road.
  873. Wisma TNB: (Penang Modern Buildings) Office building on Anson Road
  874. Wisma Yatim Laki-Laki Islam: (Schools) Muslim boys orphanage in Air Itam
  875. Wisma Yatim Perempuan Islam: (Schools) Muslim girls orphanage at Scotland Road
  876. Woodville: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) French-style mansion of Lim Lean Teng
  877. Wooi Ning Wooi Koon: (Clan Temples) Lesser known Cantonese district association
  878. World Heritage Office: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Office set up to nurture and develop the George Town World Heritage Site
  879. World Red Swastika Society: (Organisations) Buddhist-Taoist charitable organisation similar to the Red Cross
  880. World War II Pill Box: (Penang Heritage Sites & Buildings) Miniature fortress erected by the British just before the Second World War
  881. Yahong Art Gallery: One of the biggest art and handicrafts gallery in Penang
  882. Yap Kongsi *: (Clan Temples) Clan association and temple of the Yap clansmen
  883. Yeoh Jetty: (Clan Jetties)
  884. Yeoh Kongsi *: (Clan Temples) Ancestral temple for Hokkien clansmen bearing the surname Yeoh
  885. Yin Oi Tong Medical Hall: (Heriatge Sites) One of the oldest still-operating Chinese medical halls in Southeast Asia
  886. YMCA: (Organisations) Christian organisation established to promote the development of individuals through various programs
  887. Yuen Yin Kong Temple: (Penang Chinese Temples) Chinese temple at Cantonment Road
  888. Zemschug Grave Marker: (Penang Monuments) Graveboard for those who perished in the Zemschug sinking in World War I
  889. Zemschug Memorial: (Penang Monuments) Monument to the sailors on board the Zemschug at the Western Road Cemetery

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