In 1786, 150 square kilometers of land in the north east corner of Penang Island in Malaysia was cleared, leveled and filled. Thereafter, it was christened “Georgetown” after King George III and is now notably the second largest metropolitan in Malaysia by population. The inner city of the town has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town is famed for its unique architectural and cultural townscape on which no parallels could be drawn anywhere else in South Asia. The settlement has also been awarded top ranks in the list of best cities in Asia.
Come enjoy a stay and share your experiences with friends and family. Along the streets within the boundaries of the town are many Tanjung Bungah hotels that have been established to provide great hospitality for international travelers and visitors. Copthorne Orchid Hotel is a Penang hotel noted for its exclusive warmth and unique services would be an ideal option to plan your stay.