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PENANG Hill Corporation (PHC) has carried out sanitisation exercise on its assets and premises, taking advantage of the railway closure to tourists during the two-week movement control order (MCO) period.
The Penang Hill funicular train service is open to hikers starting from tomorrow.
Spokeswoman says railing on platform hit cabin due to strong wind, leading to misalignment
HAVING read about the new and better trains going up Penang Hill without the need to alight at the Middle Station for a change of trains, I finally found time to experience the ride personally.
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Hill funicular train is encountering problems, again, after reopening on April 25 following a RM73mil upgrade.
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Hill Corporation (PHC) has hit back at two companies which were re-sponsible for upgrading the Penang Hill funicular train over the 26-hour disruption of service on May 3.
GEORGE TOWN: Trips up Penang Hill by the upgraded funicular train service will be as fast as five minutes or less in air-conditioned coaches but the public will only experience that in a month when the service resumes.
GEORGE TOWN: Penangites pass-ed on catching a last glimpse of Penang Hill's funicular trains as the four iconic red coaches made their last runs to the hilltop.
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Heritage Trust (PHT) has hit out at the state government for the RM40mil plan to replace the Penang Hill funicular railway.
UNDER the Penang Water Supply Corporation Sdn Bhd and the Penang Development Corporation enactments, it is not an offence for the Chief Minister to be appointed chairman of the Tender Board for both the agencies.