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Penang 2nd Bridge Expected open in 1st March 2014

Penang Second Bridge open on 1st March 2014?

Penang Gangnam Style fever

The Korean Gangnam style became hot news which took the world by storm. It was reported in international CNN heavily and became the hottest youtube search around the globe. The PSY's Oppa Gangnam Style video hits more than 100 millions view just in a week!

Penang Escape Theme Park

Get a total hassel free weekend to enjoy the exiting rides and fun

Penang Street Art

Some of the Penang streets suddenly become visitors focus and visiting spots. The Ernest Zacharevic is a Lithuanian street artist currently living in George Town, located in the province of Penang, Malaysia has changed the almost dying Penang street back to alive.


洁莹与慧婷出现在槟城著名的购物广场Gurney Paragon 配合Astro Malaysian Music 与周金亮本地歌曲创作歌手一起戴歌戴舞唱《用槟城的沙滩来说爱你》。 歌曲如:《浪花一朵朵》, RASA SAYANG, 《大肚腩》《对面的女孩看过来》《用马来西亚的天气来说爱你》等明歌。。 歌迷饱受演唱的《热浪》气氛。。还有一瓶瓶的沙罐,配合音乐的旋律。。美极力!!

Aphelia 艾菲利亚 - 东方医学,美丽根本

随时將在意的荳荳變不见 只要一筆在手,輕輕一點消除荳荳痕跡,隨時放在包包裡、 鉛筆盒,用於保養、上妆前後,而且感觉溫和舒適,不刺激!

Penang Channel - a green advertising platform

We are the pioneer in internet video advertisement and publicity ! Also we are the leader in Green Advertising as we do not used printing media such as magazine, advertisement booklets, paper flyers, brochures, newspapers, streamers and banners.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Penang Rainbow Skywalk

The Rainbow Skywalk and Observatory Deck offers a stunning seamless view of George Town and beyond. It is located on the 68th floor of KOMTAR Tower, it is the highest outdoor observatory walkway in the country. Breathe in the fresh air and enjoy the island’s breeze from The Top. The Open Deck will leave you amazed with a spectacular view and experience without windows. Be amongst the clouds and the rainbows!

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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Penang LRT Project

Penang is set to get its maiden LRT project – a 17.5km elevated stretch linking Komtar with the Penang International Airport.

With construction slated to begin next year, the RM4.5bil project is part of a package of solutions for an island that has long been choking on its traffic.

The LRT project – expected to be awarded in June – will mark the realisation of the long-awaited implementation of the RM27bil Penang Transport Master Plan (PTMP), which also includes a 25km expressway linking Bayan Lepas and Tanjung Bungah.

According to reliable sources, Gamuda Bhd, IJM Corp Bhd, and a Chinese company have been shortlisted to undertake the projects, the bulk of which would be funded through land reclamation rights in the state.

The LRT and new expressway will be built using the Project Delivery Partner (PDP) concept, where the PDP will step in to resolve problems should parts of the construction fail to meet construction criteria.

In Penang’s case, should either one of the Malaysian companies get the award, it would have to partner with the Chinese company, especially in the construction of the LRT project.

It would be likewise should the Chinese company win the contract.

Six consortia, including three foreign-Malaysian partnerships as well as three Malaysian public listed companies, have put in their bids following Penang’s invitation last August to qualified companies to serve as the PDP for the PTMP.

The payoff for building the LRT project is the right to reclaim 1,618ha at either the southern part of the island, of which about 485ha will be used for the future expansion of the airport and to expand the Free Industrial Zone, or at a 607ha stretch between the Penang Bridge and the mouth of Sungai Pinang, an area popularly known as the Middle Bank.

Penang Local Government, Traffic Management and Flood Mitigation Committee chairman Chow Kon Yeow had said the appointed PDP must be a reliable partner to guarantee the success of the projects.

“They will have to oversee all the projects estimated at RM27bil. The costs cover highway infrastructure (RM16bil) and public transport (RM9bil), while the institutional costs amount to RM905mil,” he said, adding that Penang alone would foot some RM10bil of the total cost.

In a subsequent interview, Chow said the LRT line – which will be supported by a revamped stage bus system and trams – would be a priority, with completion targeted for five to six years.

In return for their role in realising the state transport master plan, the Chinese company will get to reclaim about 566ha in Seberang Prai, of which 161.8ha is located near the North Butterworth Container Terminal and 404ha near Bagan.

It is learnt that it will take a year to get necessary approvals for the reclamation works,

Chow said some of the projects would fall under the jurisdiction of the Federal Government.

“The RM10bil allocation from the state does not include the RM6.3bil for the undersea tunnel and three expressway projects,” he said.

The 6.5km road tunnel is planned to run from Gurney Drive to Bagan Ajam in Butterworth. The expressways include a 4.2km bypass from Persiaran Gurney to Persiaran Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu, a 4.6km expressway and by-pass from Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway to Bandar Baru Air Itam and a four-lane 12km road linking Tanjung Bungah with Teluk Bahang.

Source: TheStar.com.my

Penang Sky Cab

Penang Chief Minister announced the project Sky Cab to further improve connectivity between its island and the mainland. The proposal would link Penang Sentral Transportation Hub in Butterworth to Nordin Street Ghaut in George Town.

The first phase of the Penang Sky Cab, proposed by Penang Sentral, will feature 40 cabins that could transport about 1,000 passengers both ways per hour.The aerial ride between the mainland and the island is expected to take only 15 minutes.

Lim said the project, which is now at an advanced exploratory stage, is expected to be ready by 2018.

There is also a proposed observation tower in the north channel for passengers to stop and enjoy the view in the middle of the sea.

The project was an initiative of the state government and Penang Sentral, and which was discussed from last year and was in advanced exploratory stage at present. “It will provide an alternative form of travel in an easier, faster and more comfortable way.‘With the implementation, Penang Sentral will become a five-in-one travel hub offering from taxi, buses, train, ferry and Sky Cab services,” he said at a press conference at Komtar here.

The landing point is located on state land outside the heritage zone on the island. With the implementation of Sky Cab, it is expected to extract more tourists to Penang.
Lim said the project will be subject to various approvals and that Penang Sentral and the state government will also get the Penang Port Commission’s (PPC) views on it.
“PPC do not have any objections to it as it does not obstruct the north channel or affect port activities,” he said.

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