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Penang National Park is a little out of the way from George Town (about 1hr on the bus) along a windy coastal road. It seems that recently a lot of the trails in the park have been closed due to being unsafe as we were...More
Easy accessible by motor bike, taxi or bus. You have to check in at the start (but weirdly enough they do not need you to check out). We went on the hike to turtle beach, it can be a bit challenging at times but was...More
Drove along Penang’s Norther Coastal road to the entrance to the park it’s at the end of the road (known as the worlds end). Got a boat from the jetty around to the gorgeous Turtle Beach, visited the Turtle Sanctuary before trekking up through the...More
Had a great walk to Turtle Beach. I recommend it to people who don't mind some scrambling and a bit of mud. Not the kind of thing my husband enjoys so I went solo. The walk takes about an hour if you don't dawdle. Currently...More
Boat vendors will lie and say the trail is closed. It's not. It's slightly more difficult with a few downed trees but that's all.
Take your time. There is some truly great nature to be seen. Flora and fauna. Animals and insects.
Monkey beach is...More
As some people had said that the trail to Monkey Beach is okay to hike. It is just that there are some fallen trees that destroyed some part of bridges but the paths are still walkable. There are a few small places where it is...More
The trail to monkey beach is still passable. We were told that it was closed, but we found locals using it. The local boat operators say it's closed to try and drum up business. We still would've taken a boat, but there's no need to...More
Just before going thru the gate..should you look left near the garbage bins..you will find monkeys dangling in the trees...near stalls.
From the front before entering..the beautiful sight of fishing vessels at the waterfront.
Should you wish to cater boats to the nearby beaches...nearby stalls...More
We visited the park during our 4 day holiday there. GRAB a driver from Gurney and took us there for RM22 compared to the fixed rate taxi at RM45. Got a glimpse of Batu Ferringhi along the way. We planned to visit the park to...More