5.Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion.
The indigo hued Chinese courtyard house, Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, is located in Georgetown and had earlier been the residence of the famous Chinese figure, Cheong Fatt Tze. The mansion was constructed by special Chinese craftsmen and features 38 rooms, 220 windows, 7 staircases, and 5 courtyards paved with granite. It exhibits Gothic louvre windows, Chinese timber carvings, russet brick walls as well as stained glass panels.
Wat Chayamangkalaram is located on the Burma Road. The most striking feature to see is the reclining Buddha which is gold plated and covers a length of thirty three metres. The temple had been constructed in 1845 on the land that measured five acres and was given to the Thai community by Queen Victoria.
7. Street Art in Georgetown.
A new life has been given to some of the oldest buildings in Georgetown. The travellers to the place can come across fascinating and funny graffiti art that have been done on the wall by Ernest Zacharevic, a young Lithuania-born artist. The streets along which such innovative wall paintings and graffiti have done include Acheen Street, Cannon Street, Ah Quee Street, and Armenian Street.
The Clan Jetties is a part of the Heritage Trail of Penang. There were seven jetties in all of which now six remain. The jetties have come down through more than a century. Each of the jetties has its name after a clan of China. The most traveller-friendly among the jetties is the Chew Jetty and contains maximum number of stilt houses along with the longest walkway and also a temple.
9. Ben’s Vintage Toy Museum Penang.
This museum presents a complete collection of vintage toys that are most likely to cast an impression that is in part nostalgic. Strolling through the museum would take you through sections where the toys give a creepy feel with the paint peeling out of some. You can see toys that include space toys, school trains, classic robots, and antique aircrafts.
10. Dharmikarama Burmese Temple.
The foundation of the temple was laid down in 1803. Besides being the oldest, the Dharmikarama Burmese Temple is the only Burmese Temple in Malaysia. The temple features numerous sites for praying while narrating the life of Buddha through the paintings of the Lord which goes well over twenty in number. You can see the delicate sculptural works done by the Burmese craftsmen.