Welcome to Penang Municipal Park, Official Website.


As a resource and guide for one of Malaysia’s most visited landmarks, PenangMunicipalPark.com provides locals and tourists variety famous attraction.

A visual masterpiece created by Municipal Council of Penang Island, Penang Municipal Park of formerly known as Youth Park has gone through major developments and restoration over time to carry on its initial purpose as an open-air oasis for a metropolitan city. No matter the season or reason for your visit, this national historic landmark is a setting for enjoying many pursuits: Jogging Track, Children Playground, Archery Range, Skate Park, Graffiti Park, Camping Site, Mountain Bike Tracks, and much more!  

Our website is the source for up-to-date reporting on the latest news and happenings in the park and sharing historic tales about its fascinating legacy. From key attractions to year round activities, here we try to provide as much of information on every aspect of exploring Penang Municipal Park. Read More

Free Entrance, Free to Park

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Penang Municipal Park is like a garden park where there are lots of plants apart from other exercise equipments. The air here is very fresh and cool because it is surrounded by trees and has hills on its background. It is a very nice place to go to during your free time.  

Top 10 Things To Do at Penang Municipal Park

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Being one of the great green sanctuaries on the island, Penang Municipal Park that is fondly known as Youth Park (Taman Belia) is popular with locals and tourists. Also known as Taman Perbandaran Pulau Pinang, this recreational park can be accessed via a single traffic road from Persiaran Kuari off Jalan Utama. 

Words from our Management

Dato' Patahiyah binti Ismail, DSPN.,DJN.,KMN.,AMN.,BCN.,PKT.,PJK.


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 Rashidah Binti Jalaludin 

Director of Community Services Department.

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"The Penang Municipal Park has become more than a park and a garden, it has become the place for recreation fun and relaxation for the city and its people."

Dato' Patahiyah binti Ismail