• Rainbow Paradise Beach Resort in Penang, Malaysia



Rainbow Paradise Beach Resort

527, Jalan Tanjung Bungah,11200 Penang,Malaysia

Location Information

The hotel’s location allows guests access to Penang’s key destinations. It sits between world heritage sites and historical monuments. Places like Georgetown, Batu Ferringhi, Gurney Drive, and the Penang International Airport are mere minutes away from the hotel. Rainbow Paradise Beach Resort is also next to Tanjung Bungah beach, where guests can easily enjoy their time at sea.


Tanjung Bungah

Tanjung Bungah is a suburb located in between Batu Ferringhi and Georgetown. It used to be a fishing village, but because of its crystal clear waters, it attracted swimming clubs and investors. Soon, the beach was populated with resorts and hotels, raking in tourists from all across the globe.


Georgetown, Penang has been given the UNESCO World Heritage title since 2008. It was one of the biggest trading ports in Malaysia, welcoming products and cultures from all over the world. You’ll see that the global influence have endured over time when you look at the architecture in Penang — a mix of colonial and Asian styles.

Now, it is home to diverse cuisines and countless shopping destinations.

Batu Ferringhi

Batu Ferringhi is one of the most popular destinations in Penang. It is a white sandy beach that stretches along Jalan Batu Ferringhi. You can enjoy various water sports activities like jet skiing, parasailing, or free diving. On a clear day, you might even see a picture-perfect view of Mount Jerai and the Andaman Sea.

Gurney Drive

Gurney Drive is a seafront promenade that is filled with popular street cuisine stalls or what is called hawker centres. It was included in the Australian magazine The Traveller as one of the world’s best streets. Gurney Drive is also considered the second central business district in Georgetown because of the shopping malls and high rise buildings that can be found here.

Tourism Tax : Effective 1st September 2017, a RM10nett per room per night tax will be imposed, payable directly to the hotel upon check in. Malaysians and permanent residents will be exempted. This Tourism Tax (TTx) is regulated by the Ministry of Finance and Royal Malaysian Customs Department.