Penang Hill is well connected by public transport. We also provide spacious parking space to accommodate our visitors.
Penang Hill Lower Station (GPS: 5.40811, 100.27724) is the terminus of the Penang Hill funicular train at the foot of Penang Hill. The older building constructed during the British era is still standing and has been incorporated into the larger station complex, which includes a new ticketing counter, history gallery, and eatery. In between the eatery and the gallery is a courtyard which is today partially sheltered by a canopy, which provides some comfort away from the elements.
The Penang Hill Lower Station is located at the end of Hill Railway Road. It is a short walking distance from the Penang Hill Multi-Storey Car Park. Also within walking distance is the Penang Hill Bus Stop, served by Rapid Penang Bus 204.
Penang International Airport (IATA: PEN, ICAO: WMKP), situated near Bayan Lepas at the southeastern tip of Penang Island in Malaysia, is one of the busiest airports in the country. PEN provides extensive links with major cities across South East Asia and beyond.
The airport is located 16 km (9.9 mi) south of George Town, the capital city of Penang. Previously known as the Bayan Lepas International Airport, it was opened in 1935, making it the oldest airport in the country.
Penang Port is unique, as it is the only port operator in Malaysia that operates ferry services linking between Georgetown (Raja Tun Uda Ferry Terminal) and Butterworth on the mainland (Sultan Abdul Halim Ferry Terminal).
Penang Port operates a fleet of four ferries maximum during peak hours with 20-30 minutes interval from 5.20 am to 10.00p.m and one ferry from 10.00 pm to 1.00a.m with an arrival interval of 1 hour.
Traveling via Penang bridge is one of the most common methods to get here. Visitors can travel to Penang Hill by using Penang Bridge (Jambatan Pulau Pinang) from Butterworth.
Traveling via Penang 2nd bridge is one of the most common methods to get here. Visitors can travel to Penang Hill by using Penang 2nd Bridge (Jambatan Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah) from Bandar Cassia.
It's the greener alternative. One that saves you money, time, and the environment. It's also the stress-free way to travel – avoid getting caught in traffic jams or fuss about finding a parking lot.
Rapid Penang gets you to your destination with fares as low as RM1.00 and if you are lucky enough you can catch our City Hop-On buses and ride around town for absolute free.
So don't you think it's about time you consider riding the bus?
Simply just use your smartphone and turn on the Grab app to use JustGrab to Penang Hill. The Grab app will automatically assign you to the nearest vehicle, either car or taxi.
Steps to book a Grab to Penang Hill.
1. Open Grab App
2. Tap on the Car Category
3. Key in Penang Hill Lower Station at the Drop-off Point
4. Tap on the Book button and you are good to go.