Explore beautiful Penang’s most famous landmarks like never before by riding a traditional trishaw as you take in the scenery!
Famous for its variety of food and iconic landmarks, Penang is one of Malaysia’s must see places when travelling; and there’s no better way to discover the best of the island than on a traditional trishaw ride! Once a popular and probably the only mode of transportation in Penang during the olden days, wind through the narrow streets of Georgetown where famous heritage landmarks are everywhere! Starting from the historically famous Fort Cornwallis, keep your cameras on standby as the ride will also pass by the Queen Victoria Memorial Clock Tower, leading all the way up to the Waterfront Jetty.
Next, we will take a ride through the bustling and colourful Little India, Penang’s main commercial and banking area, the St. George’s Church, and a number of narrow and quaint streets dotted with heritage boutique hotels and cafes. Each landmark provides its own set of unique architecture and picture-perfect locations that are sure to provide some great memories. Our little adventure will end at the world-famous Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, also known as the Blue Mansion, startling in its architectural makeup.
Refer to the map below to see a list of pick up location(s) that are available for you to choose from. You can select your desired pick up location when you book the tour.
List of Location(s):
Pick up is also available for other location(s) under the vicinity of Penang. For more information, please contact Adventoro's concierge service.
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