On a sunny day, Penang island is the most beautiful place in the world. Its jungles glow lush and green, and the seas that surround the island glitter a cool aquamarine blue. Penang’s best-known destination is George Town. Many of its buildings were built between 1810 and 1840 and still bustle with use today. The Read more...: Extend Your Summer in Malaysia’s Colonial Jewel
Since moving to the island of Penang, Malaysia, Ed and Sally Wilkerson enjoy a 1,300-square-foot apartment with sea and harbor views, and a balcony that can easily hold 30 people. “We entertain quite a bit,” Sally says. “This balcony and the apartment are made for entertaining, and we love having friends over.”
My local dentist in Penang, Malaysia, completed his post-graduate training in Dallas, Texas. He is an honorary member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. With credentials like this, you know you’re dealing with a professional.
Since moving to the island of Penang, Malaysia, I’ve spent many hours enjoying its gilded temples, palm-fringed beaches, and the wonderful eateries of its capital, George Town. But there are still secret getaways to enjoy here. One of my favorites is the mysterious island of Jerejak, just a 10-minute boat ride away.
Back in Toronto, sleeping with the balcony doors open all year round wasn’t an option for Jacques and Sharon Giraud. But in their new life in Penang, Malaysia, it is.