1 Oktober 2010

Penang Recreational and campsite




One of Penang’s most popular destinations (in fact, it’s the second most popular destination after George Town), Batu Ferringhi consists of a long stretch of soft, white sandy beach along a winding road named Jalan Batu Ferringhi, filled with a host of accommodation and dining options. Its night market is quite legendary, while its waters are popular spots for a range of water sports activities such as parasailing and windsurfing.

Just a short ride away from Batu Ferringhi, the attractions in Teluk Bahang are located close to one another and are mostly nature-based. Attractions such as Penang’s Cultural Centre, Batik Factory and Yahong Art Gallery bring visitors closer to the island’s culture.



The scenic beach of Teluk Bahang is rocky, shady and serene – perfect for a weekend retreat minus the large crowds of nearby Batu Feringgi. Those who crave isolated beaches should go to Teluk Duyung, Monkey Beach, Pantai Kerachut or Pantai Mas – all only accessible via trails around the Pantai Acheh Forest Reserve in Teluk Bahang. There are camping grounds available for you to spend a night under the stars and in the morning, head to the recreational forest for jungle-trekking.



An hour away from Kerachut Beach in Teluk Bahang, Teluk Kampi is the longest stretch of beach in the Penang National Park, offering a variety of recreational activities including swimming, camping and bird-watching.

3 ulasan:

SR OUTDOOR GEAR CENTRE berkata...

Pemandangan yang amat cantik. Tp dua minggu lepas saya ke penang dan susah nak cari pantai untuk orang awam. semua pantai kena duduk hotel ke?

KMN Network berkata...

ada pantai bleh wat campsite tapi kena cari....letih sket le...

Time Traveller berkata...

mana nak dapat list or any campt site kat penang.. susah sgt nak cari..kenapa yer?