The whole of Penang is divided into two parts by the Penang Strait: Penang State and Seberang Perai Province. Penang Hill, the highest mountain in Penang, rises to 830 meters and is located in Seberang Perai Province. At the top of Penang Hill, you can enjoy the view of Penang Island and the Straits of Malacca. Penang are rich in tourism resources. Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, the oldest traditional Chinese temple in Malaysia, has won the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Excellence Award; Kek Temple Lok Si is one of the oldest mosques in Malaysia; George City is the largest seaport in Malaysia and has the longest sea bridge in Southeast Asia. Penang Attractions page will give you more details on popular Penang tourist sites.