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10th GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON BUSINESS & SOCIAL SCIENCES 2019 Penang City Tour ON 6 December, 2019

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Research networking takes place in an informal setting. 10th GCBSS Committee has organized conference tour. While touring, you build up the research team and increase your research output.

GCBSS Committee is organizing a FREE Penang City tour on 6 December 2019 from (6:00 PM to 8:30 PM). All 10th GCBSS GUEST ARE WELCOME.

Please download the conference tour registration form and submit it along with payment slip at register@gatrenterprise.com and Cc to admin@gcbss.org

Penang Tour Charges:

Fee Schedule for 10th GCBSS Delegates
Conference Tour
Early bird until:
12/09/2019
FREE
Normal until:
15/10/2019
FREE
Late Payment
18/11/2019
FREE

Climate and Average Monthly Weather in Penang, Malaysia:


What is the best time of year to go to Penang in Malaysia? Here are some average weather facts we collected from our historical climate data:
  • During the months of August, September, October and November you are most likely to experience good weather with pleasant average temperatures.
  • On average, the temperatures are always high.
  • A lot of rain (rainy season) falls in the months of: April, May, June, July, August, September, October and November.
  • On average, the warmest month is February.
  • On average, the coolest month is September.
  • October is the wettest month. This month should be avoided if you don't like too much rain.
  • January is the driest month.

Penang International Airport:

Penang International Airport is a medium-sized airport, servicing a large Asean region and providing extensive links with major cities across South East Asia and beyond. The airport serves most major airlines, including two local budget airlines, namely AirAsia and Firefly. The airport has a variety of retail and duty-free outlets, cafe and restaurants, as well as premium passenger lounges for travelling convenience and comfort.

Things to see in Penang:


Kek Lok Si Temple:

The Malaysian island of Penang is famous for some interesting marvels. KekLok Si Temple is situated in Air Itam and has a sea facing location. This Buddhist temple is considered to be the largest religious structure in Malaysia. There are around 10,000 statues of Buddha present in this temple. This landmark is one of the top visited places of Penang.


Location: KekLok Si Temple is situated 3 km away from the Penang Hill Station.

Highlights: Since this temple is built at the foot of Air Itam Mountain, it offers a lovely scenic view. There are number of shops available in the vicinity that offers a variety of souvenirs. The best part about KekLok Si Temple is its architecture that is quite amusing. There are flower gardens and fish ponds in the temple complex that makes this area serene.

Best Time: The best time to visit the temple is during the Chinese New Year celebrations.

Price: 2 MYR.

Batu Ferringhi Beach:

Batu Ferringhi is a popular town in Penang. The reason for its popularity is due to its seaside location. This region is popular for its classic hotels and tourist resorts. Golden Sands Resort and Shangri-La's Sayang Resort & Spa have supreme facilities for the visitors. The sandy beaches are the main attraction of Batu Ferringhi. The tourists can access a number of beach sports and water sports in this region.



Location: Batu Ferringhi Beach is situated in North-east Penang Island.

Highlights: The Batu Ferringhi Beach is well known for jet-skiing, parasailing, deep sea fishing and water skiing. The fish spa service in this area is very relaxing. Batu Ferringhi Beach has a wonderful climate that would surely people the visitor's mind & soul.

Best Time: The perfect time to visit this area is in the evening when all activities are available for the visitors.

Price: There is no visiting charge to enter this beach.

Penang Interactive Museum:

Penang Interactive Museum is one interesting place which should be visited by every tourist. This particular landmark is special as it has everything related to Penang. One can gather information related to the famous personalities along with the Malaysian culture and cuisines. This museum is rich in offering a large variety of paintings and interactive art pieces which would surely stun the audience.

Location: The exact location of Penang Interactive Museum is in George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia.

Highlights: Penang Interactive Museum is a unique destination that has a 20-foot long handmade jetty waterfront. Moreover, the visitors can even check out interactive kiosks which are very impressive.

Best Time: The museum is open throughout the year for the public. The best time to visit Penang Interactive Museum is during the day time.

Price: The visitors need to make a reservation in order to experience the beauty of this place.

Penang Hill Train

The Penang Hill Train or Penang Hill Funicular Railway is a rail service that helps people travel to the top of the Penang Hill that holds a marvelous scenic beauty. The Funicular Railway was remodeled and re-opened in 2011.


Highlights: Rapid Penang bus 204 is the only bus service that takes people to the Penang Railway Station. This bus service starts from Penang Jetty and crosses Esplanade to reach KOMTAR bus station and at last Penang Hill. During this route the tourists can also view the big temple at Kek Lok Si.

Location: Penang Hill Train is situated in Air Itam, Penang Island. There is a walking route of 5 Km which starts from Botanical Gardens and reaches the top of the Penang Hill.

Best Time: First train at 6:30am, while the last train at 11:00 pm on all days.

Price: Adult- 3RM, Children- 3RM and different prices for students and senior citizens.

Penang National Park Hike:

Need to explore the nature in its pristine form? One surely has to visit Penang National Park which is spread across 2,563 hectares. This national park was officialised in April 2003 and consists of lowland forests, sandy beach habitats and some open coastal seas. The hike trail in this area is counted as the best activity. It mostly starts from Teluk Bahang and covers the hilly terrain that can reach up to a height of 75 metres.

Highlights: During the hiking session one can visit the fishing village, Pantai Kerachut and even Muka Head which are the prime locations that possess natural marvels.

Location: This National Park is situated near North-western Penang Island. The park entrance is located at Teluk Bahang which is approx. 30 minutes from Georgetown.

Best Time: 7:30 am- 6:00 pm on all days.

Price: One needs to register at the park office where they can access various services like camping, bird watching etc at different prices.

 

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