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Venue_Hotel Equatorial Penang
1 Jalan Bukit Jambul , Bayan Lepas , 11900 Penang, Malaysia
Tel: +60 4 632 7000 | Fax: +60 4 632 7100 | Email: email@example.com
Set majestically 250 feet above sea level, Hotel Equatorial Penang is a 5-star hotel peacefully tucked away on a hillock just 15 minutes from the Penang International Airport and the Bayan Lepas Industrial Zone. George Town, listed as a UNESCO Heritage Site, is only 20 minutes from the hotel.
The hotel houses 662 guestrooms and suites, each classily furnished and facilitated with state of the art in-room amenities.
It is a popular choice for executive retreats and incentive group gatherings. Hotel Equatorial Penang is also uniquely built for
meetings, banquets and conventions. It houses two columnless Grand Ballroom and Matahari Ballroom – reputed to be the largest on the island able to house up to 1,300 people; and also 21 function rooms with various dimensions.
Penang Island is famed for its eclectic cuisine and the hotel is no different with its variety of dining outlets. The hotel houses several delicious options for your palette ranging from classic French cuisine at The View to authentic Japanese fare at Kampachi. Other hotel facilities include a fully equipped fitness centre, outdoor swimming pool, squash and tennis courts, a business centre, scheduled shuttle services and impeccable service to complete a 5-star stay experience.
Penang is a state of Malaysia located on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia, by the Strait of Malacca. It comprises two parts – Penang Island, where the capital city, George Town, is located, and Seberang Perai (formerly Province Wellesley in English) on the Malay Peninsula. The state of Penang is bordered by Kedah to the north and east, and Perak to the south. Highly urbanised and industrialised, Penang is one of the most developed and economically important states in the country, and is a thriving tourist destination. George Town, which was founded by the British in 1786, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Penang has the third-highest Human Development Index in Malaysia, after the state of Selangor and the federal territory of Kuala Lumpur. Its heterogeneous population is highly diverse in ethnicity, culture, language and religion. A resident of Penang is colloquially known as a Penangite (in English), Penangkaran (In Penang Tamil or a Penang Lang (in Penang Hokkien).
Visited by Somerset Maugham, Rudyard Kipling, Noël Coward and Queen Elizabeth II among many others, Penang has always been a popular tourist destination, both domestically and internationally. In 2009, Penang attracted 5.96 million tourists, ranking third in tourist arrivals in Malaysia. Penang is known for its rich heritage, multicultural society and its vibrant culture, its hills, parks, and beaches, shopping, and good food. There are a variety of accommodation options from guest houses and budget hotels to four- and five-star hotels. For staying at a room for one night, guests are required to pay a bed tax around RM2 to RM3. Penang has been ranked by Yahoo! Travel as one of the "10 Islands to Explore before You Die" and listed in Patricia Schultz's best-selling 1,000 Places to See before You Die travel book.