Penang is one of the most fascinating and diverse destinations in Malaysia. It’s an island located on the western shores of the country, connected to the mainland by bridge.

It’s known for its UNESCO world heritage site of Georgetown, which is decorated with colonial buildings and street art.

What to do in Penang with kids

Regardless of where you stay and how luxurious it may be, please get out and explore Penang, Malaysia.

Walk Around George Town

George Town, one of the great and dynamic cities of Penang, is a cultural melting pot filled with a vibrant energy that lures travelers from near and far.

Take the Kids to Entopia Penang Butterfly Farm

You can get up close and personal with so many different kinds of butterflies, they flutter by freely and if you keep still – one might just land on you.

Take the Funicular Railway Up Penang Hill

Catch the funicular all the way to the top; in just a few minutes you will be at the top to have a gorgeous view of Penang.

Explore Penang Botanical Gardens

The botanical gardens are a must for energetic kids. They can run along set paths, climb bridges and watch waterfalls.

Marvel at the Kek Lok Si Temple

It is open to the public and a worthwhile experience for you and the kids. There are lots of steps and narrow columns to climb, so leave the stroller behind.

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