On this walking tour, you’ll tick off a bunch of Penang’s best bits, as you get to know the history-filled capital, George Town. Pitt Street – one of the oldest roads in the city – is home to lots of the action. You’ll skip between different religious sites, like the mighty Kapitan Keling Mosque, and the Taoist Goddess of Mercy Temple. There’s even a column-fronted Anglican building on the route – St George’s Church – which was built by the British in 1818. Other sights on the to-do list are the Jubilee Clock Tower, the Khoo Kongsi clan temple, and the well-preserved ramparts of Fort Cornwallis.
This is a walking tour for approximately 3 hours, please wear sensible shoes and bring water with you.
- SUITABILITY Large amount of physical activity.