Attractions at Habitat Penang Hill

Attractions at Habitat Penang Hill

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Habitat Penang Hill

Considered to be one of the best eco tourism spots in the whole world, the Habitat Penang Hill offers several activities which will make you reconnect with mother nature. It boasts one among the most comprehensive as well as genuine ecological experiences in the world, which takes you through a 130 million year old prehistoric jungle on Penang Hill. Bring your whole family for an authentic experience in the lap of nature. Go on numerous trails across scenic paths, witness the most brilliant sunsets, spot the inhabitants of the Penang Hill and have an overall fulfilling experience of your life.

Attractions at Habitat Penang Hill

langur way canopy walk
Langur Way Canopy Walk

The Langur Way Canopy Walk which is 230 meters long is one among several breathtaking Attractions at Habitat Penang Hill. This place got its name when a family of Dusky leaf langurs was spotted upon this bridge on the time of its construction. Two 115 meter ribbon bridges plus a smaller linking section make up this structure. Enjoy a safe and up-close view of the Jungle’s canopy, all while hanging 40 meters above jungle floor. If you are here with your entire family, this is one of the best attractions you can opt to go for the overall view of the entire place.

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Curtis Crest Tree Top Walk
Curtis Crest Tree Top Walk

Curtis Crest tree top walk is one of a kind observation deck was designed to cling to tree limbs. It is the tallest observation point on Penang Island, rising 2673 feet above sea level and providing unparalleled sights of Penang Hill's historic homes. Bring your loved ones here at one of the best Places to Visit at Habitat Penang Hill lying in the lap of nature. This metal mesh walkway was designed to give the unobstructed view of the island from 800m above the sea level. Because of its splendorous views and location, this spot is now also used for picnics, dinner parties and weddings.

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Trail & Gardens
Trail & Gardens

The Penang Botanic Gardens are one among the best places to visit with Habitat Penang Hill tickets if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Wear proper closed toed shoes, bring an umbrella or raincoat, and bring plenty of sunblock and drink. This 1.6 km trail is stretched across the entire Habitat themed park, meandering below three historic bungalows. There is a frame installed named “The Forgotten Views” from where you can have the view of rolling hills and Andaman sea. You may also avail guided walks here for your convenience.

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Sunset Walk
Sunset Walk

Witness one of the most splendid and beautiful sunsets of your life in Penang Hill with the Sunset Walk. Let the beautiful bird calls and animal grunts enhance your experience to a whole new level. You could also get a golden chance to spot the inhabitants of the Habitat Hill Penang in their natural habitat. From the tallest observation deck, watch the sun go down, then climb down the hill with the help of a Guided Night Walk with the lantern light. The entire encounter is sure to make your trip worth the visit.

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The Flight of the Colugo
The Flight of the Colugo

If you are among adrenaline seekers, you will fall in love with Penang Hill’s The Flight of the Colugo. It consists of 3 zip lines, 1 abseil and 1 rope bridge. Glide from one tree to another, and have fun amid the forest setting of the adventure sports. The activity is absolutely safe and is supervised by professional rangers.This is one of the major Attractions at Habitat Penang Hill, hence availability is the main concern.

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The Wild Immersion VR Experience
The Wild Immersion VR Experience

The world's premier virtual wildlife park, Wild Immersion VR, is sponsored by Jane Goodall. From the seas to the tropical jungle, Wild Immersion videos would transport guests to an informative tour across the globe. Throughout an interactive virtual encounter, you may see wild creatures in their natural habitat and learn about our earth's natural uniqueness. Each film is made with honesty and integrity with the goal of educating and raising climate awareness among the general public. Travel to five continents' diverse ecosystems of varying temperature, rainforests, grasslands, and seas, and meet species you've never seen before.

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FAQs For Habitat Penang Hill

What are the residents of the Habitat Penang hill?

Dusky Leaf Langurs The first animal you will get to spot in Penang Hill is the Dusky Leaf Langurs. Considered to be among the endangered species, these animals live their lives peacefully up in the tall trees with their kids.

Greater Racket- Tailed Drongo Greater Racket-Tailed Drongo is the con man of the animal kingdom. They have the ability to mimic the bird calls of several species. They feed on insects but also have a taste for fruits and nectar from flowers.

Black Giant Squirrel or Malayan Giant Squirrel Considered to be one of the largest of its species, the black giant squirrel or Malayan giant squirrel feeds mainly on fruit seed and leaves. However, they also obtain their nutrition from insects and bird eggs.

Sunda Colugo or Malayan Colugo Sundar Colugo or Malayan Colugo often camouflage themselves with the branches of the trees, hence you have to be careful or else you’d miss spotting them. The newborn will be hidden within the pouches formed by the mother rolling up her tail.

Blue Malayan Coral Snake Blue Malayan Coral Snake is an exotic and exquisite species of snake which, despite its beautiful look, is highly poisonous. They have a large blue stripe which makes them unique and easily visible from a distance. They are one of the major Attractions at Habitat Penang Hill.

What is the best time to visit the Habitat Penang hill?

The best time to visit the Habitat Penang Hill would be during the afternoon. Around 4 pm, you will get the best view of the surrounding areas and will be able to spot many of its inhabitants. But the place is closed by 7 pm, hence you will be required to reach exactly at 4pm.

Is visiting the Habitat Penang hill worth it?

Habitat Penang Hill is one of the most beautiful and diverse rainforest-like encounters you will ever experience. Known popularly as the first colonial hill station, and lovingly nicknamed as Bukit Bendara, it has a rich history which attracts visitors from all across the world. You will be able to see many unusual looking species of the common animals which will fascinate you and make you want to dive further into the diversity of the animal kingdom, along with being enchanted by many Attractions at Habitat Penang Hill.

What is the opening timing for the Penang Hill?

Penang Hill opens every single day from 6.30am to 10pm. The ticket counters are available from 6.15am to 7.45 pm, hence you could book your tickets and then go for your trip up the Penang hill.

How to reach Habitat Penang hill?

Funicular Train- The Habitat Penang Hill is located on the Penang hill that may be reached by funicular train from Air Itam. It is the most widely used mode of transport to reach Penang Hill.

Jeep Service- The Habitat Penang Hill can also be reached using jeep service from Botanical Gardens in Penang.

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