The Church of the Immaculate Conception is a Roman Catholic church in Pulau Tikus, Penang. The church was founded by the Portuguese Eurasians who emigrated to Penang to escape prosecution in Phuket. The present building of the church was constructed in 1899 and was last renovated in the 1970s. A small museum within the church holds memorabilia and antiques.
LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort which was opened in 2012 is the first LEGOLAND in Asia and the first International Park in Malaysia. At LEGOLAND, every day is a fun day with never-ending adventures.
The Federal Territory Mosque which was opened in 2005 was modelled after the Sultan Ahmed Mosque in Turkey, with a blend of Middle Eastern and traditional local Malay designs. The rooftop of the main prayer hall is adorned with 22 domes with the main dome on top and several smaller domes surrounding it.
The Kota Kayang Museum is situated in the locality of Kayang Hill, Lambong Panah Hill, Jagat Hutang Hill, Wai Hill and Menara Hill in the Kayang vicinity.
Penang Wonderfood Museum offers visitors a kitsch, kooky and in-depth look at the city’s unique food culture with larger-than-life displays of Malaysian dishes.
The temple is famous for its mystical Golden Dragon structure believed to be longest in the world. The dragon measures 2,700 feet in length. It has earned its place in The Malaysia Book of Records certifying it as “The Longest Dragon Statue” in the country.
The Kuching Waterfront is a 900-metre long esplanade, starting from the area fronting the Crowne Plaza Riverside and The Riverside Suites and ends just before the Kuching wet market. The waterfront was opened in 1993 and it is believed to be one of the best urban regeneration and rehabilitation projects in Asia.
With this self-guided Alor Setar Heritage Trail you can visit the best sights that Kedah's state capital has to offer.