"Stroll along the beautiful shorelines of Penang in this idyllic Batu Feringghi accommodation."
Known affectionately as the Pearl of the Orient, Penang is an up and coming travel destination that offers much excitement – be it through its pretty beaches, diverse cultures, rich heritage, intricate architecture or delicious variety of food.
Explore the island’s many hidden gems through the recommendations of the Parkroyal Penang Resort people for unique experiences you are bound to remember. With key attractions such as Gurney Drive, George Town, Tropical Spice Farm and the Penang Butterfly Farm located just a short drive away, you can look forward to exploring the dynamic attractions within the hotel vicinity. Wander along sandy beaches or immerse yourself in the local culture by sampling some of the finest seafood and local hawker fare that Malaysia has to offer.
Choose from a variety of comfortable rooms and suites with private balconies and ocean views in these Penang hotel rooms and suites. Whether you’re looking for a restful retreat or beachside getaway with your family, Parkroyal Penang Resort offers well-appointed, spacious accommodation in a low-rise beach front setting.
Take a refreshing dip in Parkroyal Penang Resort’s inviting free form swimming pools. The children’s pool includes a baby wading pool and two giant water slides. Enjoy invigorating workouts at the fully-equipped gym or get competitive on the tennis court. For something more laid-back, pamper yourself with a host of refreshing and rejuvenating spa treatments at St Gregory.
- Swimming pool
- Business centre
- Kid's club
Indulge in the very best of eastern and western cuisine at the Penang restaurants and bars. Try out a delicious spread of local and international dishes at Tamarind Brasserie, or enjoy spectacular views of the sunset with fresh seafood and local tapas creations at Uncle Zack by the Beach. Whether you while the evening away with stylish cocktails at the Javana Lounge or bond with your children at the Cool Bananas Poolside Café, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Penang’s equatorial climate means high heat, high humidity and high rainfall all year round. There are two main seasons – the dry season from December to March and the wet season from April to November. However, Malaysia is affected by two monsoon seasons so wet weather is always a possibility. Most people opt to visit Penang during the dry season, when rainfall and humidity are at their lowest.
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