Penang Buddhist Association
Completed in 1931, this unusual Buddhist temple is about 1km west of town. Instead of the typical colourful design of most Chinese...
Penang Jewish Cemetery
Believed to be the oldest single Jewish burial ground in Southeast Asia, here you'll find some 107 graves the earliest of which dates...
Penang State Museum Board
Some of the Penang Museum's temporary exhibitions can be seen here at their main offices in the buildings of a former hospital.
That Little Wine Bar
A chic, cosy bar run by a German chef and his wife. Enjoy a selection of wine – glasses start at RM20 – and champagne cocktails, and...
Mama's Nonya Cuisine
This low-key place was one of the first restaurants in Penang to specialise in Pernankan (also known as Nonya) dishes. Try the otak-otak...
Bagan Bar information
This sleek, dark, velvet-coated den is probably the most sophisticated bar in town – a fact seemingly verified by the rather strict dress code (no shorts, t-shirts or flip flops). There’s live music from 9pm.
Bagan is located about 1km north of the junction with Jln Penang.