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Stop At: Penang Hills, Penang Island Malaysia
Penang Hill is the oldest British hill station in Southeast Asia, dated late 1700's. Make your way to the top by riding the iconic funicular train. Notice the relaxing, fresh, and cooling air 823 meters above sea level while admiring the amazing night sky.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: David Brown Restaurant, MK17, Daerah Barat Daya, Strawberry Hill Bukit Bendera, Bukit Bendera, 11300 Ayer Itam, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
David Brown's Restaurant is a quintessential British colonial restaurant and tea terrace which also happens to be the highest restaurant in Penang. It allows a spectacular view of every significant landmark on the Pearl of the Orient. The impressively well-manicured garden with an elegant pond stretching across the garden, sprinkled with lilies and dimly illuminated by a light-yellow tint in the evening sets the scene for al fresco dining.
Set Dinner Menu
Starter - Chicken & Ham Ballotine
Soup - Shellfish Bisque
Entree - Sous Vide Chicken Breast with Spiced Glazed / Steamed Seafood Roulade / Charcoal Grilled Aged Black Angus Sirloin / Duo Lamb Medley
Pre-dessert - Honeydew Granite
Dessert - Mascarpone Panna Cotta
Duration: 1 hour
Traveler pickup is offered
We pick up from any location in Penang Island
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Absolutely wonderful. The restaurant is elegant and the views are breathe taking. Highly recommend!
Must take...we are pick up on time and the driver very friendly and answer all the question we have in mind about Penang. The Penang Hill view is very beautifull specially at night time.
Great fun and an amazing place to take panoramic pictures of Penang, my only recommendation - the menu for the restaurant could be more tailored to the culture of Penang.
This was a wonderful tour, simple but enjoyable. It was for a special occasion and on this occasion it was only us and our fabulous guide, Moy( i think i have spelt it wrong but this is how it sounds). He has so much knowledge he is like a book. We enjoyed his company so much we invited him to have dinner with us, but he politely declined. on the night the c]clouds cleared and we had the best views of the city lights over Georgetown, it was beautiful. The dinner was simple but still lovely. Only thing is it appears the later it gets the busier the train ride gets coming back down the hill. Thourougly enjoyed ourselves.
The view from Penang Hill is fantastic, the meal was outstanding. The grounds of the restaurant are not as manicured as described it over all very good evening.
Do not book this tour. You get taken to the bottom of the railway ride, asked for more money on the spot to join the Fast Lane which you will need as there will be a two hour wait for the 'regular' lane. We were informed prior to the tour commencing that the restaurant was overbooked even though the tour was confirmed at time of booking and another had been found. The replacement restaurant was a run down hovel with a very basic restaurant serving 3 hawker centre food. Absolute joke of a tour considering the experience costs upwards of 250 for 2 people.
A rare experience to dine at Colonial Penang Hill, Malaysia’s first hill station accessible by the unique funicular railway system. Take a stroll at the summit, feel the cool and refreshing air before enjoying a sumptuous set dinner at the cosy David Brown’s Restaurant, with the bird’s eye night view of George Town, Penang Bridge and part of the mainland in sight.