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Penang: os melhores parques

Jardim
“Great place for both adults and children. Take your IC with you if you're Malaysian!”
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Parque
“From Penang National Park near Butterworth you can see great beaches along with some gorgeous trails. There are two trails to follow here, one will take you to the Kerachut Beach and the other will take you to a very old lighthouse made in 1883. You can see amazing Turtle Conservation Centre at Kerachut Beach. If you love trekking and swimming, you need to go to the Penang National Park.”
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Jardim de esculturas
“The main attraction at these gorgeous location appears to be the colourful and mystical lights draped on tree branches and around tree trunks. The best time to visit Penang Avatar Secret Garden is during nighttime because that’s when the lights sparkle best.”
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Entretenimento geral
“Location : 15 minutes walk from wein guesthouse Attractions : TOP View Restaurant, Coco Cabana Bar & Bistro”
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Parque
“your arrival will be greeted by cheeky monkeys your eyes will be amazed by the various types of protected plants, flowers and trees. Local favorite spot for picnic, running and relaxing spot”
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Jardim
“Highly recommended for tropical jungle experience. Visit their website for more details”
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Parque
“A sure relaxing place to just take an early morning stroll or evening exercise. Meet the locals and join them for Tai-Chi, vocal practice, hiking and just walk round and round...There is a bamboo park, an amazon lily pond, and lots of local floral and fauna. After a good morning stroll, as you exit the park and opposite the Indian temple, drop by BeeBee for a healthy capati or LSY Organic for a healthy breakfast. There are also two fruit stalls that make Pure fresh fruits smoothie. For a hearty breakfast, there is Big Ben Western and Garden Paradis next to it.”
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Parque
“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 beautifully- landscaped, five-acre Penang Bird Park are two walk-in aviaries and two geodesic-domed enclosures, resembling the birds’ natural habitat. This allows for free roaming pelicans, flamingos, swans, storks mandarin ducks and other kinds of birds. ”
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Parque
“Hike up the trail to get stunning view of Penang Town from the top. Join monthly orchestra, Zumba dance, weekly Frisbee, Captain Ball and etc. Immerse yourself in nature.”
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National Park
“Fancy some hiking or trekking? This is the place to go. There is a beautiful beach if you managed to trek the full distance.”
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Parque
“See panoramic views of Balik Pulau on this side, or the other side of the island from across the street. Fruit stalls are opened seasonably: May-August for durian feast & fest sale.”
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Parque
“Armenian Park is a public park within the heritage enclave of George Town, Penang. It is bounded by Acheen Street on one side, Armenian Street on the other, and the Penang Youth Centre on the third”
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Parque
“hiking/running trails, kids swimming pool and playgrounds, and activities for adults alike.”
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Parque
“A place for jogging and exercise, particularly tai-chi, which are available in the early mornings as well as evenings.”
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Parque
“If you want to go up the Penang Hills in the morning, the strolling around and heading for the habitat will be ideal. Quote from Beanoo Penang, "The current nature trail as of July 2016 is a linear walk of 1.5km from start to finish which you can easily finish within an hour at a leisurely pace. The promise of the new attractions that will soon be revealed at The Habitat Penang Hill, including a tree top viewing deck and a canopy walk truly excites me. If the news is right, there will be other exciting things also coming to The Habitat. As you wade your way towards the entrance of The Habitat to escape the hustle and bustle of the Astaka food court and gathering place, you will find yourself absorbed slowly but surely, into the tranquility of the forest away from the chaos of the public spaces on the hill. Disabled / wheelchair friendly, this is a place to bring the family both old and young to truly experience the hill and appreciate it in it's original glory. "”
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Parque
“Long and short distance running loops around the garden. Includes multiple hiking trails, some all the way to Penang Hill. ”
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