Penang National Park leads hikers to hidden beaches

The park has several hilly but well-marked trails, with many of them leading to ‘hidden’ beaches. — Photos: Wikimedia Commons

Penang is known for many things: Delicious food, beautiful heritage buildings, murals and more.

But did you know that the state also has a national park? At 25sq m, the Penang National Park is rather small compared to other national parks in Malaysia, but it is no less impressive.

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