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Georgetown

The Malaysian island of Penang and its capital Georgetown combine to make the most popular tourism destination in this region of tropical beauty and natural wonders. The inner city and historic commercial centre of Georgetown has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site for its magnificent core of colonial buildings, its fascinating mix of diverse culture and history, and for its ancient and well-preserved temples.

Georgetown is one of the largest cities in Malaysia, with a mix of over 300,000 Malay, Chinese and Indian residents, yet its laid-back, traditional atmosphere is reminiscent of Singapore some 50 years ago. In 2009, the city was voted the tenth-best Asian city to live in, boosting visitor numbers as a result. Extensive tourist information about Georgetown can be found at the Tourism Malaysia and the Penang Heritage Trust outlets, as well as at the plentiful travel agencies based along the Lebuh ChuliaThe Malaysian island of Penang and its capital Georgetown combine to make the most popular tourism destination in this region of tropical beauty and natural wonders. The inner city and historic commercial centre of Georgetown has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site for its magnificent core of colonial buildings, its fascinating mix of diverse culture and history, and for its ancient and well-preserved temples.

Georgetown is one of the largest cities in Malaysia, with a mix of over 300,000 Malay, Chinese and Indian residents, yet its laid-back, traditional atmosphere is reminiscent of Singapore some 50 years ago. In 2009, the city was voted the tenth-best Asian city to live in, boosting visitor numbers as a result. Extensive tourist information about Georgetown can be found at the Tourism Malaysia and the Penang Heritage Trust outlets, as well as at the plentiful travel agencies based along the Lebuh Chulia

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