The flag of Penang is made up of three vertical stripes of equal size, with an areca-nut tree at the center.
The blue color represents the colors of the sea of the island, the white represents the peaceful and serene island itself and the yellow represents prosperity.
At this time of the year, the fruit farms at the hills and rainforests of Penang are once again teeming with durians, a popular and unique local fruit. Although the durian has a very strong scent, the fruit is actually very tasty for those who like it or can go pass the strong scent.
Kapitan Keling Mosque Street:
Dato Keramat Road:
A floral sanctuary at the Penang Botanic Gardens.
Chulia Street, George Town.
The green scenic view of the coast of Penang’s State Park at Teluk Bahang.
The other end of Penang Road.
The sun rises over the eastern mainland as cars are moving from the island via Southeast Asia’s longest bridge.