Batu Ferringhi travel guide

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You're Going to Love Batu Feringgi

Batu Ferringhi is among the most popular havens of Penang, thanks to its alluring white sandy beach and myriad of accommodation and dining options. The legendary Night Market awaits to be explored while its waters offer the thrill and excitement of sports activities like windsurfing and parasailing.

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When to Visit Batu Feringgi

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July is the best time to explore Batu Ferringhi; the area receives an average of eight hours of sunshine each day. Also, jellyfish are less prevalent at this time of the year, making the waters favorable for water activities.

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How to Get to Batu Feringgi

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Where to Stay in Batu Feringgi

Enjoy easy access to the beach and panoramic views while at Baba's Guest House. Indulge in utmost comfort and luxury while at the Holiday Inn Resort Penang.

Popular Neighborhoods in Batu Ferringhi

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How to Get Around Batu Feringgi

The Cost of Living in Batu Feringgi

Shopping Streets

From home decor items to fake designer bags and souvenirs, you can satisfy all your shopping needs at Batu Ferringhi's Night Market. Get quality handmade fabric products as well as handicrafts at Raz Kashmir Crafts.

Groceries and Other

Grocery stores are costly, but the markets are relatively affordable. 35oz of chicken breast costs, for example, RM9.

Where to Eat in Batu Feringgi

Savor an assortment of Malay cuisine at the Night Market. Be sure to also sample fantastic Malay, Western, Chinese, and Indian delicacies at the Long Beach Cafe (food court). Average meal prices hover around RM33.