Malaysia Travel Guide

 Penang Bars and Nightclubs


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Penang has a good nightlife scene from casual bars, English Style pubs and loud nightclubs


For some trendy, up market bars head to the start of Jalan Penang. Here you will find a pedestrian mall which is lined with bars and restaurants with chairs and tables in the outdoors along the mall.

Bars along Jalan Penang


Along Jalan Penang you will find The Monkey Bar, Boom Boom Chambre, Vancouver Voodoo Bar . Drink prices are more expensive than the bars you'll find along Jalan Chulia. For a bottle of Tiger beer will set you back RM13 compare to RM8 on Jalan Chulia.

Monkey Bar Penang


Boom Boom Chambre Bar Penang


Vancouver Voodoo Bar Penang


Last updated 22nd January 2011

There are lots of casual style bars along Jalan Chulia in the centre of George Town Penang. Most serve the same selection of beers including Jaz Malaysian beer for RM8, Anchor Beer RM$8, Tiger Beer RM$9, Skol as well as spirits for RM$12. Check out some of these laid back bars:

Reagae Club Jalan Chulia George Town Penang

Reagae Club Penang


Star Dust Guesthouse Jalan Chulia has a relaxed bar and restaurant on the ground floor.

Star Dust Guesthouse Penang


The G Hotel has a very trendy Jazz bar called G Spot. They have live music every night of the week starting at around 9.30pm week nights and 10pm weekends. The bar closes at 12.30pm weekdays and around 2am weekends. Beer prices are RM26 for a tap Tiger beer. Happy hour between 8pm - 11pm you get 2 drinks for the price of 1.

G Spot Jazz Bar Penang within the G Hotel

G Spot Jazz Bar Penang Malaysia













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