The number one attractions within Seberang Perai is the town of Butterworth, where much of the action takes place. Particular favourites within Butterworth include the Penang Bird Park, which is excess of 300 different species of birds live, originating from throughout South-East Asia.
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Arulmigu Karumariamman Temple
Arulmigu Karumariamman Temple is a South Indian Hindu temple set beside the Penang Bird Park. Built in 1997, it is noteworthy because it has the largest and tallest (72ft) rajagopuram (main sculpture tower) in Malaysia. The RM2.3 million temple is dedicated to the Hindu deity Arulmigu Karumariamman. Read More...
- Location: Seberang Perai
Mengkuang Dam is the only dam in Province Wellesley. Located 28km northeast of Butterworth, the main draw for visitors is its park featuring a scenic landscape with jogging trails (the best is the 10km trail that goes past orchards and rubber plantations), it has at least 300 visitors a day. It contains up to 23.6 billion Read More...
- Highlights: advise vistors to go on morning or afternoon. It is dangerous when come to late night
- Opening Hours: Morning till late night
- Address: Mengkuang Dam, Bukit Mertajam
- Tel: +6 04 509 6509
Nine Emperor Gods Temple
The Nine Emperor Gods Temple is one of the largest temples in Butterworth. Dedicated to the Nine Emperor Gods of Taoist mores, it has gone through several makeovers over the years. It started out as a small attap shed on a rented plot of land in 1971 and was completed in 2000, at a cost of Read More...
- Opening Hours: Daily, including Sundays and Public Holidays: 7 am to 9 pm
- Address: On Lot 894 & 896, Mukim 14, Jalan Raja Uda, 12300 Butterworth, Penang, Malaysia
- Tel: +604-331 8717
Penang Bird Park
Penang Bird Park is the first and largest bird park in Malaysia. Established in 1988, the RM1.2 million complex is home to over 300 species of birds (150 of which are of local origin) ranging from kingfishers and tiny exotic sunbirds to vulturine guineafowl and huge, gigantic eight ft-tall ostriches. Located in Seberang Jaya, within the Read More...
- Opening Hours: Every day, 9AM-7PM
- Location: Near to Sunway Hotel Seberang Perai
- Address: Jalan Todak, Seberang Jaya, 13700 Perai, Penang.
- Tel: +604 399 1899
Penang Bridge may not be an official sightseeing spot in Penang but it is the sight that greets most visitors to the island. A 13.5km-long suspension bridge that connects the island to the mainland at Seberang Perai, it is considered a Penang landmark, with locals comparing it to London Bridge. Also known as Jambatan Pulau Pianng, Read More...
- Location: Seberang Perai – Penang
St. Anne's Church
St. Anne's Church is best known as the centre of pilgrimage for the annual St. Anne’s Feast in Malaysia. It started out as a small chapel built by visiting priest Fr. Adolphe Couellan in 1846. Today it is a sprawling complex, able to seat up to 1,800, with beautiful stained glass windows. Named after St. Anne Read More...
- Location: Jalan Kulim, Bukit Mertajam
- Type: Church
- Tel: +604 538 6405