The Art Gallery is a pioneering art storehouse. The paintings, which are the works of national as well as international artists, represent the major periods in Malaysian history. The Penang Hill offers a magnificent view of the area and can be reached through a cable train. Also, the Penang Bridge, which is the largest bridge in Asia, offers a breathtaking view of the oceans and is a popular tourist ... More spot.
The Bukit Jambul Orchid, Hibiscus and Reptile Garden houses different species of snakes such as the exotic Albino Python. The place also hosts a snake show on weekends and holidays. The Penang International Dragon Boat Festival is an annual event which features colourful, traditional dragon boats.
It is characterised by an equatorial climate which is consistent throughout the year. The weather stays warm and clear with brief but abundant rainfall from June to September. The humidity is tempered by cool breezes with the surrounding sea influencing the climate to a great extent.
Penang was originally ... More a part of the Malay kingdom before it became a free port in the 1960s. Today, Penang is one of the most competent economies of Malaysia with manufacturing as its major industry sector.
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