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Penang Tourist Attraction :: Penang National Park @ Taman Negara Pulau Pinang

Penang Tourist Attraction :: Penang National Park @ Taman Negara Pulau Pinang

Pantai Acheh Forest Reserve straddles 1,266 hectares is the smallest national park in Malaysia, was declared the Penang National Park (PNP) on 4th April 2003. Located at the north-western corner of Penang Island stands the last wilderness and nature heritage of Penang. Taman Negara Pulau Pinang hosts several habitat types not found in a single [...]

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Penang National Park

Penang National Park

Penang National Park

Exploring Malaysia’s Newest National Park – Taman Negara Pulau Pinang Far quieter than Taman Negara in Peninsular Malaysia, the Penang National Park is Malaysia’s smallest and youngest national park. Known locally as Taman Negara Pulau Pinang, the Penang National Park occupies around ten square miles in the northwest corner of Penang Island. Eight of the [...]

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Turtles back in Penang

Turtles back in Penang

By Alan Teh Leam Seng The East Coast is not the only place to catch sight of turtle hatchlings, as Alan Teh Leam Seng learns. I COULD not believe my eyes. Is that a turtle I see a little distance in front of me. Can it be true that turtles have returned to Penang? Then [...]

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A day’s adventure at Penang park

A day’s adventure at Penang park

By Zulita Mustafa The next time you head for the island, why not check out its national park, suggests Zulita Mustafa. PENANG isn’t just home to good food, colourful heritage and great bargains but also the country’s smallest national park. Penang National Park, formerly known as Pantai Acheh Forest Reserve, is only a 45-minute’s drive [...]

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