Penang National Park (Taman Negara Pulau Pinang), Teluk Bahang

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Explore the topographic and biological variety of Malaysia at Penang National Park (Taman Negara Pulau Pinang), 2,562 hectares (6,330 acres) of protected landscape and wildlife. Head down to the beach to meet the crab-eating macaques living there, and pay a visit to the turtle breeding beach nearby. Spot stork-billed kingfishers around the wetlands, and discover the many species living in the mangroves: with six different types of habitat here, the diversity of animal and plant life is extensive. Once you've seen it from the ground, head up to the canopy walkway to gain a different perspective on the park's abundance. To find out how to plan a trip to Teluk Bahang, use our trip itinerary maker.
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  • The forest itself is great and there are some lovely hikes to be had. Unfortunately most of the man made items are either broken or seriously run down. The walkway to Monkey Beach collapsed years... 
    The forest itself is great and there are some lovely hikes to be had. Unfortunately most of the man made items are either broken or seriously run down. The walkway to Monkey Beach collapsed years...  more »
  • Fill your leisure time in the Park. I love hiking here and have a boat tour. You just need to pay RM5 for the canopy walk. 
    Fill your leisure time in the Park. I love hiking here and have a boat tour. You just need to pay RM5 for the canopy walk.  more »
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  • Of course its so nice here. You can go to islands through walking or by boat. If you want to save, make sure you share the boat fees.
  • Great hiking and picnic place in Penang island! I believe there are many routes to explore but me and my friends went to Pantai Keracut. We started at 8:10AM (door opened at 8AM) and reached the beach area around 9:30AM. It's a tough hike due to the rain and mud, else it's a manageable one. Can bring kids. You can bring some food to picnic if you plan to hike back or you can take a boat back (RM150/10pax/one way).

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