Penang National Park Penang National Park, known locally as Taman Negara Pulau Penang, is located in the northwest of Penang Island and is one of the smallest national parks in Malaysia, with an area of ten square miles, and it is worth noting that it includes many attractions, such as: beaches Beautiful Lake Meromectic, which also contains fresh, salt water, as well as sea turtles, mangroves and wonderful paths between trees and beach for monkeys park, the second oldest lighthouse in Malaysia.
 Volume 0% Penang Hill Access to the Penang Hill summit provides oversight of great scenes such as: Penang Bridge, viewing the mainland of Malaysia, as well as enjoying the green natural scenery on the island, and there are many – restaurants end up , and on Penang Hill there is a ginger garden that contains many of the Ginger factions, an owl museum that exhibits owl art and crafts, and is considered the first of its kind in Southeast Asia; And the Indian temple, children’s playground, botanical garden and mosque.
 Other monuments in Penang Here is a mention of some other monuments in Penang, which are:  Fort Cornwallis (English: Fort) contains remains of British fortresses. State Art Gallery (English: The State Art Gallery): Located in the courtyard of Sri Penang, and this exhibition includes exhibitions of the greatest artists from Malaysia. China Town (English: Chinatown):
This is a special place for Chinese-style shopping, where shopping, homes and temples are examples of the Chinese way of life. The Kek-Lok-Si Temple (in English: The Temple of Resident Bliss) is considered one of the largest Buddhist temples in Southeast Asia. Tropical Spice Garden: Contains one hundred species of spice plants. Convalescent bungalow (in English: Convalescent bungalow): This is the oldest building in Penang since it was built in 1803.