GoodHope Hotels

GoodHope Kelawei (Penang)

22, Jalan Kelawai, 10250 George Town, Pulau Pinang.

Gurney Drive

Gurney Drive is a popular seafront promenade within George Town, Penang, Malaysia. The road is also famous for the street cuisine at the seafront’s hawker centre and has been listed as one of the 25 best streets worldwide to visit by the Australian travel magazine, The Traveler. Wikipedia

Cheong Fatt Tze - The Blue Mansion

Traverse into the eclectic charm of George Town Penang’s illustrious history as you step into the world of Cheong Fatt Tze’s Blue Mansion. Conceived and constructed before the end of the 19th century, The Blue Mansion sets the standard for Penang’s boutique heritage hotel landscape and stands today as one of the most iconic boutique hotels in Malaysia. It is the only one to have won the prestigious UNESCO Conservation & Heritage award.

Batu Ferringhi

Batu Ferringhi is a suburb of George Town in Penang, Malaysia. Located along the northern coast of Penang Island and about 11 km (6.8 mi) northwest of the city centre, it is the prime beach destination in Penang among locals and tourists. To cater to the influx of tourists, several major high-rise hotels have been established along the 4 km (2.5 mi) stretch of beaches. And for a touch of the high seas, there’s the swimming lagoon with sand and ship wreck where the young ones can play a scene from Captain Hook.

Hin Bus Depot

here is ample space for physical distancing and much to see in our repurposed bus service terminal compound, so we would like to invite you to enjoy a meal or a walk within the Hin Bus Depot vicinity. Our community of small businesses are what make Hin Bus Depot an interesting space. We are pleased to announce that our f&b, together with retail outlets run by local biz owners are ready to serve you.

Armenian Street

Armenian Street is a narrow street within the city of George Town in Penang, Malaysia. Located within the city’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, the road has gained popularity in recent years for its rich cultural offerings and street art.

One of the handful of places in the world that was named after the nation-state of Armenia, Armenian Street was originally part of a Malay settlement. The subsequent influx of Armenians and Chinese helped to shape the street’s multicultural character. Notably, Armenian Street was also the site of Sun Yat-sen’s Penang conference, which ultimately contributed to the downfall of the Qing Empire in 1911.

Wonderfood Museum Penang

Penang Museum is one of the many attractions and trips not to be missed by locals and overseas travellers. Explore one of the most original museums in the world while traveling in George Town Penang — the fascinating Wonderfood Museum featuring giant displays of traditional Malaysian dishes. This must-visit for food lovers is located inside George Town’s 1940s colonial building, this art museum invites you into the world of super realistic models of popular dishes handcrafted by the museum’s owner using food replication techniques from Japan. There are three galleries in the museum for you to discover: Info Zone, Wow Zone, and Educational Zone where you can learn interesting facts about Malaysian cuisine, cooking methods and see international delicacies from Indian, Chinese and other cuisines.
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