Cheap Flights to Penang
With some of the best food and beaches in Malaysia, and where modern Asia is juxtaposed with culture in the historic capital George Town, Penang sure ticks a lot of boxes for the holidaymaker. An island state off the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia, the name Penang is derived from the betel nut that was once in abundance on its sandy beaches. One might say you would be a nut not to visit this exotic locale, but all we want to do is help you find a cheap flight to Penang.
Flights from Australia to Penang will disembark at Penang International Airport (PEN), previously known as Bayan Lepas International Airport, which is situated in the Bayan Lepas area southeast of Penang Island, Malaysia. The airport is located 14 kilometres away from George Town, the capital city of Penang, and best accessed by bus or taxi. Speak to your Student Flights consultant for advice on private transfers and travelling around Penang.
Flights from Australia to Penang depart from Brisbane, Sydney, Perth and Melbourne as well as other connecting services other cities. A flight from Perth to Penang will take around nine hours, with one stopover required in Kuala Lumpur or Singapore. During the flight, airlines will provide drinks and meals as well as various in-flight entertainment. For specific services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Penang
Major airlines that fly from Australia to Penang:
Penang Holiday Packages
From shoestring tours of the Southeast Asia peninsula to luxury accommodation and scenic tours of Penang alone, Student Flights can help you find a Penang holiday package that will save you pennies to spare for all of that delicious street food you’re about to devour. Student Flights can help you find a tour or holiday package to Penang that can include transfers, accommodation, food, tours, guides and other costs – ask us how today.
Also know as the 'Pearl of the Orient', Penang is a popular holiday destination for local Malays as well as international visitors thanks in part to a year-round tropical climate (complete with monsoons from April to September) as well as its reputation for serving some of the best street or hawker food in the world. Highlights include the nooks and crannies below the skyscrapers of historic George Town; the busy vibe of Beach Street; and the architecture of buildings like the the Kapitan Keling Mosque. Off the coast, enjoy the jungle trails (and even a spa treatment)on the Isle of Jerejak (Pulau Jerejak). Food-wise, try everything! For more information, read our destination guide to Malaysia.
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