*daily rates in Penang based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
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Penang Mini Guide
Come to Penang in Malaysia for the beaches, stay for the food. Rhino car hire Penang can do you great deals on holiday vehicles in this part of Malaysia.
Located on the northwest coast next to Strait of Malacca, Penang is actually a separate state within Malaysia. With a car you can see much of the fascinating culture of the south east Asian country. Indeed many people come to Penang on their way through Malaysia to the famous Thai island of Koh Phan Nang. The name Penang means Betel Nut in Malaysian.
Penang is the second smallest state in Malaysia. The capital of the island is Georgetown which is a major draw for tourists as it has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to the attractive old architecture there.
If you are looking for luxury hotels and white sandy beaches head to Batu Ferringhu, though like car hire Penang this is also a favourite with locals so you need to book your vehicle ahead of time.
With a car you can also get out to see unspoilt Malaysia and the small fishing villages which give it such charm to this day like Teluk Bahang.
The Malaysian cuisine is one of the biggest draws to the country. Usually spicy but infinitely varied with all sorts of tasty noodle and curry dishes it is quite spectacular. Simpang Ampat is well known for being a good place to eat, and after your meal you should try some of the local fresh fruit including mangoes and even more exotic offerings.
Car hire from Penang airport could also be your gateway to the fantastic food and culture of Malaysia, our cars will not break your budget.
- On the 30th June the annual Penang Dragon Boat Festival takes place. Over the course of two days, various events take place with the signature event taking place at dusk on the second day.