PARKROYAL Penang

Known affectionately as the Pearl of the Orient, Penang is an up and coming travel destination that offers much excitement – be it through its pretty beaches, diverse cultures, rich heritage, intricate architecture or delicious variety of food. Explore the island’s many hidden gems through the recommendations of our PARKROYAL Penang Resort people for unique experiences you are bound to remember.

  • AddressBatu Ferringhi Beach, Penang 11100, Malaysia
Nearby Attractions
  • Pinang Peranakan Museum
  • Penang Hill
  • Butterfly Farm
  • Tropical Spice Garden
  • ESCAPE
  • The Top Komtar
  • Entopia Penang Butterfly Farm
Nearby Dining
  • Gurney Drive
  • Little India
  • Cecil Street Market
  • Padang Brown Food Court
  • Esplanade Food Court
  • Fishing Village Seafood
Nearby Shopping
  • Chowrasta Market
  • Gurney Plaza
  • Little Penang Street
  • Batu Ferringhi's Night Market
  • Gurney Paragon
  • Queensbay Mall
Nearby Businesses
  • Komtar
  • Straits Quay Convention Centre
  • Beach Street
Airport

Getting Here

PARKROYAL Penang Resort is easily accessible from the Penang International Airport and ferry terminal via a taxi or local bus. 

By Taxi and Limousine: Service counters are available at the Arrival Hall 

PARKROYAL Penang Resort is easily accessible from the Penang International Airport and ferry terminal via a taxi or local bus. 

By Local Bus: Take RapidPenang Bus No. 102 – direct from the Airport to Batu Ferringhi

By Taxi and Limousine

PARKROYAL Penang Resort is easily accessible from the Penang International Airport and ferry terminal via a taxi or local bus. 

By Taxi and Limousine: Service counters are available at the Arrival Hall 

By Local Bus

PARKROYAL Penang Resort is easily accessible from the Penang International Airport and ferry terminal via a taxi or local bus. 

By Local Bus: Take RapidPenang Bus No. 102 – direct from the Airport to Batu Ferringhi

More About Penang

8 hours ahead of GMT/UTC

Malay, English

Ringgit (RM) or (MYR)

Uniform temperature, high humidity and copious rainfall. Winds are generally light.

Clothing
Light clothing is recommended.
Emergency Call Number

Police – 999

Custom & Duties
For more information, please visit http://www.customs.gov.my

Electricity

230/240 volts – 50hz

Mobile Phone Networks
Celcom, Digi, Maxis
Shopping & Business Hours
10:00am to 10:00pm
Tipping

Tipping is not a must in Malaysia, but guests are welcomed to offer tokens of appreciation for good services offered

Tax
All rates and service charge of 10% are subject to 6% Goods and Services Tax. A local government tax of MYR3.00 per room per night by the Penang state government is also applicable for every booking.
Visa
For more information, please visit
http://www.imi.gov.my/index.php

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