|Most expensive month:||October|
|Average price in Bukit Mertajam:||C$ 52/night|
|Cheapest price found:||C$ 19/night|
|Most expensive day:||Thursday|
E-Red Hotel, Bukit Mertajam
42, Lorong Perda Selatan 1, Bukit Mertajam, Malaysia
E-Red Hotel Cosmo
NO 32 Lorong Seri Alma Pusat Perniagaan, Bukit Mertajam, Malaysia
Summit Hotel Bukit Mertajam
No. 566 Jalan Arumugam Pillai, Bukit Mertajam, Malaysia
Bg Business Hotel
No.11a, Jalan Perniagaan Perda Barat, Bukit Mertajam, Malaysia
Vangohh Eminent Hotel & Spa
No. 3406, Jalan Machang Bubok 2, Bukit Mertajam, Malaysia
Iconic Hotel Penang
71 Jalan Icon City, Icon City, Bukit Mertajam, Malaysia
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Bukit Mertajam is surrounded by verdant forest, undulating mountains and the Penang Strait, which offers an array of nature adventures. Explore the town centre to discover rich Malaysian history and culture, along with centuries-old structures and numerous hawker centres selling traditional cuisine.
Learn more about the local religious and spiritual culture in Bukit Mertajam at the Pek Kong Temple, which showcases ancient Chinese architecture styles. Along with offering community worship, this temple is often encircled by food stalls serving local delicacies, such as silver needle noodles and roast duck. Afterwards, head over to St Anne Church, which combines a 19th-century structure with a contemporary Catholic complex.
From Bukit Mertajam, you’re a short drive from Perai River, where you’ll find the popular Penang Bird Park. Here you can see over 300 species of birds housed in walk-in aviaries. Afterwards visit the nearby Wonderland Aquatic, an aquarium that’s home to colourful fish, and Sunway Carnival Mall, where you can browse over 200 retail and dining outlets.
Do you want to discover peace among nature? Head over to Mengkuang Dam, which is one of the venues for the annual Penang International Dragon Boat Festivals. It’s also popular for swimming, canoeing and picnics on the grass. Those seeking a break from city life can also visit Suling Hill for some camping, where you’ll find panoramic views of the Malaysian countryside and mountains.
If you’re searching for quality dining by the water, don’t miss the restaurants on the banks of Sungai Juru. Pu Ti Ling Vegetarian serves up creative and delicious meals for vegetarians, while Good Master Bak Kut Teh specialises in Malaysia’s signature pork rib dish served in a broth.
Bukit Mertajam is easily accessible by bus and multiple KTM train lines. You can get around using the local buses, hailing taxis or driving your own car.
157 reviews rated E-Red Hotel Cosmo with an average score of 7.2/10. It may also be worth looking into the Iconic Hotel Penang, which received a rating of 8.7/10 from 707 reviews. Vangohh Eminent Hotel & Spa could also be a good option, with a score of 7.9/10 from 284 reviews.