Penang Transportation

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  • Fun time - Trishaw ride
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  • 1. Public Transport in Penang

    Penang provides free shuttle service to historical sites and the service runs in a loop. You can hop-on or off the shuttle at any point where the bus-stop signs shows the free shuttle service. We...

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  • 2. Ferry Terminal to Butterworth

    I do not know since when the passengers' deck on a ferry has been fenced to a smaller area in the middle of the upper deck. It may because the passengers has become less compare to last time. On this...

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  • 3. Bus into/out of Penang

    Sungai Nibong Bus Terminal (Long Distance or Long Journey Bus...

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  • 4. Penang International Airport

    Penang International Airport is situated at Bayan Lepas. Seems to be the third busiest airport in Malaysia after KLIA and Kota Kinabalu International Airport. The Airport was under expansion for the...

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  • 5. Rent a Car in Penang

    Trip duration: 3d2n (1st March 2014 to 3rd March 2014) Number of people: 5 I went on sort of a roadtrip around Penang with a group of 5 friends from Singapore. We decided to rent a car from a rental...

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  • 6. Fun time - Trishaw ride

    Once upon of time in 1960's and 70's, the trishaw is one kind of important mode of transport in town for short distance up to 5km in many township in Malaysia, and it was in my hometown, Parit Buntar...

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  • 7. Ferry Terminal to Langkawi & Indonesia

    There are regular boat service between Penang-Medan and Penang-Langkawi (& Pulau Payar). It is about 5-6 hours to Medan, Sumatra, Indonesia and 2-3 hours to Langkawi. Beware that the seas can be...

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  • 8. Train terminal in Butterworth

    KTM Intercity Train has the overnight route everyday between KL Sentral and Butterworth, Penang. I took a train in KL Sentral at 23:00 and reached Butterworth at 5:45am. I recommend you to buy the...

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  • 9. Drive into Penang

    The 2nd Penang Bridge - Jambatan Sultan Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah is officially opened by the prime minister - Dato Seri Najib Razak on 1 March 2014. The bridge link Batu Kawan and the PLUS Highway in...

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  • 10. Penang Hill Railway

    The easiest way to reach Penang Hill is by the Penang Hill Railway. The new train was operating since April 2011. I was visiting Penang Hill on 28 April 2011....

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  • 11. Taking the ferry across the channel

    Before the Penang Bridge was built, about twenty years ago, beside flying, the way to George Town is by the double decker ferry with long queues on both...

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  • 12. Penang Bridge crossing

    The Penang Bridge is a vehicle only - no pedestrian or bicycles allowed unless special permission is obtained in a bicycle competition or annual marathon bridge...

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  • 13. Transportation from Cruise Terminal

    Georgetown is the largest town in Penang and also where the cruise ship docks. This City has grown borderless as all available land on the island utilized. The...

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  • 14. Penang Hill Funicular

    Penang Hill lies about 5km west of the George Towns city centre and makes for a fun afternoon outing especially when combined with a trip to the nearby Kek Lok...

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  • 15. Sightseeing and travel in general

    I have been very happy with the tours and bus travel arrangement made by FTZ Travel, very honest prices. This included half-day sightseeing tours and onward...

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  • 16. tourist passport

    The very efficient rapid penang bus service does great deals for tourists, you can buy a ticket for a week , month or however long you need and this enables you...

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  • 17. Budget Flight

    Being the second largest city in Malaysia, there are few international budget flights connecting to/from Penang's neighbour cities, such as Singapore, Hong...

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  • 18. Penang to Phuket

    Go Penang to Phuket by Firefly:http://www.fireflyz.com.my/or Penang to Hat Yai by minibus, then bus/minibus to Krabi and Phuket,or Langkawi to Satun by boat,...

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  • 19. Nice Coaches and Malaysia Airlines Domestic Flight

    If you only go to Penang for 2-3 days, I suggest you plan what you want to do before hand. Shop, sight seeing, eating, tours? Also, if ou are only going for...

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  • 20. Hire a car + driver to get around

    Cabs in Penang are not metered. It is rather expensive. What we did was to hire a driver and car on a per hour basis. This would be more economical, especially...

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  • 21. Fly to Penang from Singapore

    For direct from Singapore to Penang:1. Singapore airline (SQ) return air tickets will costs around SGD484 with taxes -...

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  • 22. taxis

    we found that most hotels had their "own" taxis and frowned upon the "competition". however from the hotel where we stayed(bayview beach) there was a cab rank...

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  • 23. Traffic Jams

    If you are travelling by Taxi or car from the airport to Batu Ferringhi or indeed anywhere on the north coast, be prepared for a traffic jams if you arrive...

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  • 24. Firefly (New Budget Airline)

    Firefly is the new budget airline in Malaysia. And Penang is the hub! From Penang, there are flights going to Kuala Lumpur (arrive at the old SUbang Airport...

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  • 25. Taxi fare from the airport into Georgetown

    The fare is MYR38 and the journey takes about 30-40 minutes.It is about 50MYR to Butterworth on the Peninsula or to Batu Ferringhi beach on the island.There is...

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