Penang War Museum

Cannon gun in Penang war museum near the Wembley Hotel

Penang War Museum is reputed to be the largest war museum in South East Asia. Originally built as a fort by the British, the site gained fame in 1941, when the battle for Penang against the invading Japanese army was lost there. The site was subsequently restored as a memorial and it is now open to the public. Discover Penang’s eerie dark days and tour the underground tunnels and ammunition bunkers.

11960 Batu Maung, Penang, Malaysia 11960 Batu Maung Malaysia

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