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Penang Hill, also known as Bukit Bendera, is Malaysia’s first hill station, Penang Hill is 830m above sea level and a popular spot to enjoy a cool respite while enjoying a sweeping view of Penang and the surrounding area. Visitors can reach the top by hiking up or by travelling in the old funicular train which has been operational since 1922. The journey to the top involves a train change half way and takes about 30 minutes.
There are a number of facilities and sites at the top including a kiosk, restaruant, some souvenier shops and a Hindu Temple. A number of accommodation facilities are at the top for those who may wish to stay a little longer.There is also a local Canopy walk, although it is best to check if this is open at the time of your visit as it sometimes undergoes maintenance.