George Town Street of Harmony

Walking Tour Through the Cultures of Penang

Part of what makes Penang unique is its established mixture of cultures and faiths, but if you are only in Georgetown for a short time, how can you experience all of its varied customs and traditions? Conveniently enough, Penang’s 18th-century town planners have already solved the problem, and a short walk along Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling (formerly) known as Pitt Street), also call the ‘Street of Harmony’, draws together the town’s four main religions represented by each house of worship and provides a quick, easy tour of its different communities.

  • St George’s Anglican Church
  • Kuan Im Goddess of Mercy Temple
  • Sri Maha Mariamman Temple
  • Kapitan Keling Mosque
Day 1
3 Hours Walking Tour

9:00 am – Pick up at meeting point

9:15 am – Walking tour begin at the oldest Anglican church in South East Asia since 1819.

9: 45 am – Move to Goddess of Mercy Temple, the oldest Chinese temple in Penang.

10:30 am – Visit heritage flower stalls and look at Sri Ganesha shrine.

10: 45 am – Visit little India and Sri Maha Mariamman Temple being the oldest Hindu temple on the island since late 18 century.

11,15 am – Visit the oldest brick mosque in Penang island since 1801 the Kapitan Keling Mosque.

12.00 pm – End of tour.

What Included

  • Return Transfers
  • Licensed English-Speaking Guide
  • Bottle water
  • Insurance Coverage

What Excluded

  • Any Items Not Mentioned
  • Gratuities
  • Personal Expenses

Minimum Booking: 2 Adults

Children Under Age 12 Is Free

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Trip Facts

  • Penang, Malaysia
  • Penang International Airport/Cruise Terminal/Hotel
  • Modern Air-conditioned Vehicle
  • Up to Max 12 pax
  • Daily Except Friday
  • 9.00 am to 12.00 pm
  • Approx 3 hours
  • Light cotton slacks (neutral colours), walking shoes, long sleeve shirt (neutral colours), and sun protection
  • Leisure walking