Penang Hartana - Batu Ferringhi Gambar. 槟城产业 - Batu Ferringhi 照片.

Penang Property - Batu Ferringhi pictures.

Batu Ferringhi is a suburb of George Town in Penang, Malaysia. Located along the northern coast of Penang Island and about 11 km (6.8 mi) northwest of the city centre, it is the prime beach destination in Penang among locals and tourists. To cater to the influx of tourists, several major high-rise hotels have been established along the 4 km (2.5 mi) stretch of beaches, including Hard Rock Hotel.

The beach resorts along Batu Ferringhi also offer various water sport activities, such as parasailing. On a clear day, one could get a picturesque view of the Andaman Sea and Mount Jerai, which is located within the neighbouring state of Kedah. In addition, Batu Ferringhi is famous for its night market that offers a wide variety of merchandise and street food.

There had been human activity within Batu Ferringhi as early as 1592, when an Englishman, Sir James Lancaster, arrived and began pillaging other vessels around Penang Island.[1][2] However, for much of its recent history, Batu Ferringhi was a quiet village, until the urbanisation of the area beginning in the 1970s.

Due to its location along the northern coast of Penang Island, Batu Ferringhi was hard hit by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami.[3]

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Penang Property - Batu Kawan pictures.

Batu Kawan is an island in the city of Seberang Perai, Penang, Malaysia. It is geographically separated from the rest of Seberang Perai by the Jawi and Tengah rivers. As of 2010, Batu Kawan contained a population of 5,537.[1]

Long considered a quiet agricultural backwater, Batu Kawan is currently undergoing rapid development, which was sparked by the completion of the Second Penang Bridge that connects the town with Batu Maung on Penang Island in 2014.[2][3] A host of multinational firms, including Boston Scientific, Western Digital Corporation, Bose Corporation and Bosch, have set up manufacturing plants within the Batu Kawan Industrial Park.[4] In addition, Batu Kawan is home to Design Village, Malaysia’s largest outlet mall.

Among the ongoing developments within Batu Kawan are an IKEA store, Aspen Vision City and Utropolis, the latter of which is expected to serve as a hub for tertiary education.[5][6][7]

Penang Hartana - Batu Maung Gambar. 槟城产业 - Batu Maung 照片.

Penang Property - Batu Maung pictures.

Batu Maung is a residential neighbourhood in the Malaysian state of Penang.[1] It is located within the Southwest Penang Island District, near the southeastern tip of Penang Island, and adjacent to the town of Bayan Lepas and the Penang International Airport. Batu Maung is home to the island terminus of the Second Penang Bridge and the southern end of the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway. It is also surrounded by fishing villages such as Permatang Damar Laut and Teluk Tempoyak.

Formerly an agricultural village, the development of Batu Maung into a residential neighbourhood began in the late 20th century.[2] Part of the Bayan Lepas Free Industrial Zone actually lies within the township, which also houses the headquarters of WorldFish Center and a deepwater fishing port

Penang Hartana - Batu Uban Gambar. 槟城产业 - Batu Uban 照片.

Penang Property - Batu Uban pictures.

Batu Uban is a residential neighbourhood at the eastern coast of Penang Island in Malaysia, about 6.7 km (4.2 mi) south of the centre of George Town, Penang’s capital city, and adjacent to the Gelugor suburb. Founded by ethnic Minangkabaus in the early 18th century, Batu Uban is regarded as the oldest Malay settlement on Penang Island.[1][2]

Since the late 20th century, Batu Uban has been significantly urbanised, with residential high-rises now dotting the neighbourhood.

Penang Hartana - Bayan Baru Gambar. 槟城产业 - Bayan Baru 照片.

Penang Property - Bayan Baru pictures.

Bayan Baru is a town in the Malaysian state of Penang.[3] It is located within the Southwest Penang Island District, adjacent to the Bayan Lepas Free Industrial Zone.

The township was created in the 1970s following the establishment of the zone.[1][2][4] Since then, Bayan Baru has evolved into a booming neighbourhood, with various commercial and retail developments.

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