Penang bus stations and marinas

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Bus stations

  • Weld Quay Bus Terminal

    City bus station Weld Quay Bus Terminal. It is the Georgetown city bus station, or the terminus of city buses, but not intercity. Almost directly adjacent to the ferry pier to the mainland in the city of Butterworth (station on the map). For tourists, this station is also important due to the fact that it is the final stop for the 401e bus coming from the airport, the final free tourist bus MPPP CAT. Almost all city buses Penang, with few exceptions, start and end their journey here. To get here from the areas of Georgetown, it is enough to take any bus in the city, including a free tourist. The main thing is not to confuse the direction of movement from/to the pier. The free MPPP bus runs around the ring, so whichever way you take it, sooner or later you will find yourself here.

  • Komtar Bus Terminal

    Komtar city bus station (Komtar Bus Terminal). At the base of Komtar towers (Komtar tower is the tallest building in Penang, which houses offices and a shopping center), on the ground floor, is the main station of city buses. The area around the tower is considered a new tourist area. The tower is visible from almost anywhere in the city (Komtar on the map).

    If you arrived at the Weld Quay Bus Terminal or arrived by ferry at the jetty, you can get here on foot, simply moving towards the building, which is visible from anywhere in the city. You can also take any Rapid Penang bus, as all their routes from Weld Quay lie through Komtar.

    Boarding buses and movement at the station are organized very logically and clearly. There are five lines, each of which is designed to wait for certain groups (numbers) of buses. Each line is equipped with waiting benches and billboards with a traffic map, route numbers and popular places (including tourist) to which buses run from this line. Also at the station there is a convenient electronic scoreboard showing bus numbers, their current location and predicted arrival time, arrival line.

    Please note that the free MPPP tour bus does not call at the station itself. It stops at a stop located outside 30 meters from the station.

  • Penang intercity bus station

    Sungai Nibong Express Bus Terminal (also Terminal Bas Express SG Nibong). This is an intercity bus station from where buses are poisoned to Kuala Lumpur, Malacca, other cities in Malaysia, as well as to Singapore and Thailand. Located roughly midway between downtown Georgetown and the airport on the east coast of the island, at the intersection of Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah and Jalan Sungai Dua streets (Sungai Nibong bus station on map).

    Taxi to the city center from here can be reached for 20 ringgit (see currency of Malaysia, exchange rate). You can also get there by public transport: right at the exit from the bus station along Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah street there is a city bus stop, and some buses call directly into the station. There you can take city bus # 102 (to Batu Feringghi Beach via Komtar), # 401 and # 303 (to Weld Quay via Komtar) The fare to the city is 2 ringgit.

  • Penang intercity bus station

    Butterworth intercity bus station. It is also called Penang Sentral Express Bus Terminal or simply Penang Sentral. From here you can go to the major cities of Malaysia, as well as to the neighboring countries of Singapore and Thailand. The station is not on the island, but on the mainland in the town of Butterworth (Butterworth bus station on the map). Getting there from Georgetown is very easy with a ferry that departs from Weld Quay every 15 minutes (see below). Butterworth railway station is also nearby.

Penang railway station

  • Penang railway station

    Penang railway station in Butterworth. There is no railway on Penang itself, but trains arrive at the railway station on the mainland at Butterworth town. It is located next to the Penang Sentral Bus Station and the ferry pier to Penang, so you can get from it to the island very easily, and almost to the most tourist center of George Town (railway station on the map). Ferries depart every 15 minutes.


  • Penang Marina

    Weld Quay Ferry Pier (also Jetty). Penang Marina is very conveniently located right in George Town, next to the city's Weld Quay Bus Terminal, from which you can get to different parts of the city (Marina on the map). Almost all Penang city buses, with few exceptions, start and end their journey here. To get here from the Georgetown neighborhoods, it's enough to take any bus in the city, including the free MPPP tour bus. The main thing is not to confuse the direction of movement from/to the pier.

    From here the only ferry leaves-to the mainland to the city of Butterworth. The first ferry from Butterworth to Penang departs at 06:15 and the last at 00: 40. From Penang to Butterworth the first at 06: 28, the last at 01: 00. On the way-20 minutes. Ferries run very frequently, approximately every 15 minutes. The fare from Butterworth is 1.2 ringgit, and from Penang to Butterworth the ferry runs free of charge. On this ferry it is possible to transport a bicycle, motorcycle, car.

  • Butterworth ferry landing. The ferry dock in Butterworth is named Sultan Abdul Halim Terminal or Pangkalan Sultan Abdul Halim. Nearby is the Penang Sentral intercity bus terminal and the city's railway station (Marina on the map).

  • Swettenham ferry pier. This is Penang International Pier. Ferries from Langkawi island, Sumatra island (Indonesia) and international cruise ships arrive here. Located in Georgetown in the Old Town area (Marina on the map).

Bus and train schedules to Penang

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