Shopping Around ~~



1st Avenue
1st Avenue Mall Penang is a multi-level shopping mall in the heart of Georgetown, Penang. It opened to business on 25 November, 2010.Commercial space at 1st Avenue Mall is spread over seven levels, from Lower Ground to Fourth Floor, and on the Eighth Floor. The fifth to seventh floors are taken up by the car parks. The eight floor, billed Cloud Eight, has an open viewpoint of the city of Georgetown.
Driving for 3minute or take a walk for 9minute
- Head west on Lebuh Chulia towardLebuh Cintra
- Continue onto Jalan Penang
- Slight left onto Jalan Dr Lim Chwee Leong
- Turn right onto Jalan Ria



Gama
Gama Supermarket & Department Store has its origin in Pulau Pinang Supermarket Sdn Bhd, the very first supermarket and department store in Malaysia, revolutionizing the retail industry in the country. Established in 1980, Gama is the longest standing store in the state of Penang, serving the people of Penang for over 30years.
Driving for 4minute or take a walk for 13minute
- Head west on Lebuh Chulia towardLebuh Cintra
- Continue onto Jalan Penang
- Turn left onto Lorong Macalister
- Turn right onto Jalan Macalister
- Take the 1st left onto Lorong Baru
- Turn left onto Jalan Dato Keramat



ICT Mall
PIKOM ICT Mall CapSquare is the latest one-stop tech and gadget centre in the city. As the name suggest, if you're looking to fulfill your retail needs for electronic devices, the mall is packed with IT, electronic and telecommunication stores.
Driving for 3minute or take a walk for 10minute
- Head west on Lebuh Chulia towardLebuh Cintra
- Continue onto Jalan Penang
- Slight left onto Jalan Dr Lim Chwee Leong
- Turn right onto Jalan Ria



Island Plaza
Island Plaza is an upmarket shopping mall in Tanjong Tokong. It comprises a podium block and an office block. The anchor tenant for the mall is Metrojaya, which operates the department store.At the Lower Basement level is a supermarket by Cold Storage (Malaysia).
Driving for 12minute
- Head west on Lebuh Chulia toward Lebuh Cintra
- Continue onto Jalan Penang
- Continue onto Jalan Burma
- Turn right onto Jalan Pangkor
- Jalan Pangkor turns slightly left and becomes Jalan Kelawei
- Continue onto Jalan Tanjong Tokong
- Make a U-turn at Jalan Fettes



Kamdar Jalan Burmah
Kamdar is well known for its extensive range and quality of garment and textile products. Kamdar stores specialize in textile fabric, furnishing fabric, in-house designed garments for ladies, men and children's clothes, Indian clothing and school uniforms.
Driving for 2minute or take a walk for 11minute
- Head west on Lebuh Chulia towardLebuh Cintra
- Continue onto Jalan Penang
- Continue onto Jalan Burma



Komtar
Komtar Tower, or Menara Komtar Complex is Penang's tallest building and the sixth tallest building in Malaysia located in the heart of Georgetown, dominating the island's skyline. KOMTAR is a portmanteau of Kompleks Tun Abdul Razak. When the skyscraper topped out it was the second tallest building in Asia after Sunshine 60 in Tokyo. Komtar was still Malaysia's tallest building for 3years before it was surpassed by Menara Maybank in Kuala Lumpur in 1988.
Driving for 3minute or take a walk for 9minute
- Head west on Lebuh Chulia toward Lebuh Cintra
- Continue onto Jalan Penang
- Slight left onto Jalan Dr Lim Chwee Leong
- Turn right onto Jalan Ria



Midland One Stop
Midlands One Stop used to be a very popular mall, but wasn't able to keep up with the competition and now caters to the lower end of market. There is a big bowling alley and a water theme park. There are many small shops that sell products ranging from pirated Blu-ray movies to T-Shirts.
Driving for 8minute
- Head west on Lebuh Chulia towardLebuh Cintra
- Continue onto Jalan Penang
- Continue onto Jalan Burma
- Turn left onto Jalan Pangkor
- Slight right onto Lebuhraya Peel
- Lebuhraya Peel turns slightly right and becomes Jalan Perak
- Slight left onto Jalan Burma
- Sharp right to stay on Jalan Burma



Mydin Penang
Mydin's appeal to the budget-conscious consumers lays in the benefit of significant savings from the value-for-money bargains offered at the stores. Consumers are also aware that quality is not compromised. This fact has been accounted for making Mydin household name among prudent spenders in the low and middle income group. Against a backdrop of an inflation-averse market, Mydin stands out as an inflation beater's choice.
Driving for 2minute or take a walk for 6minute
- Head west on Lebuh Chulia towardLebuh Cintra
- Continue onto Jalan Penang
- Turn right onto Lebuh Dickens



Plaza Gurney Penang
Gurney Plaza is a major shopping mall on Penang Island that caters to an upmarket customer base. Gurney Plaza is located along the famed Gurney Drive facing the North Channel (which at time of writing, is undergoing massive land reclamation). Gurney Plaza is one of the properties of Singapore-based CapitaLand, one of Southeast Asia's biggest property companies.
Driving for 9minute
- Head west on Lebuh Chulia toward Lebuh Cintra
- Continue onto Jalan Penang
- Continue onto Jalan Burma
- Turn right onto Jalan Pangkor
- Sharp right onto Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah
- Slight left onto Persiaran Gurney



Queensbay Mall
Queensbay Mall is currently the largest mall in Penang with over 500 shops spread oout over 5 levels. The mall is located outside Georgetown in the Bayan Lepas area (nearby Penang International Airport). Jusco is the anchor tenant, and there even is a roller skating rink within the mall.
Driving for 15minute
- Head east on Lebuh Chulia toward Jalan Masjid
- Turn right onto Pengkalan Weld
- Slight right toward Lebuhraya Tun Dr. Lim Chong Eu
- Continue straight onto Lebuhraya Tun Dr. Lim Chong Eu
- Take the ramp to Lebuhraya Tun Dr. Lim Chong Eu
- Keep right at the fork and merge ontoLebuhraya Tun Dr. Lim Chong Eu
- Exit onto Jalan Aziz Ibrahim
- At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit
- Turn left onto Persiaran Bayan Indah
- Turn right to stay on Persiaran Bayan Indah



Straits Quay Penang
Straits Quay is Penang's first retail marina. Lapped by the waves of the Andaman and set over 12.4acres, Straits Quay is a veritable hub of shops, boutiques and restaurants, all dedicated to our philosophy of having fun by-the-sea, right in the heart of Seri Tanjung Pinang.
Driving for 13minute
- Head west on Lebuh Chulia towardLebuh Cintra
- Continue onto Jalan Penang
- Continue onto Jalan Burma
- Turn right onto Jalan Pangkor
- Jalan Pangkor turns slightly left and becomes Jalan Kelawei
- Continue onto Jalan Tanjong Tokong
- Turn right onto Jalan Seri Tg Pinang



Penang Times Square
Penang Times Square is a massive urban redevelopment project in Georgetown, Penang. It is being developed on the site previously occupied by Eastern Smelting, also known as Dato Keramat Smelting and Estoy Smelting Company.
Driving for 5minute
- Head west on Lebuh Chulia toward Lebuh Cintra
- Continue onto Jalan Penang
- Turn left onto Lorong Macalister
- Turn right onto Jalan Macalister
- Take the 1st left onto Lorong Baru
- Turn right onto Jalan Dato Keramat
- Take the 1st left onto Jalan Kampung Jawa Baru



Young Ones Burmah Road Penang
Young Ones Shopping Centre was first setup in year 1978. Young Ones has a wide range of stationeries, sports equipment and books, this provides a pleasant and convenient shopping environment to customers.
Driving for 2minute or take a walk for 12minute
- Head west on Lebuh Chulia towardLebuh Cintra
- Continue onto Jalan Penang
- Continue onto Jalan Burma



7-Eleven Chulia Street
As the world's largest operator, franchisor and licensor of convenience stores, 7-Eleven is the perfect archetype of humanity's desire for time and convenience.
Driving for 15second or take a walk for 2minute
- Head east on Lebuh Chulia toward Jalan Masjid



Happy Mart
20 outlets through out penang. 16 in penang island & 4 in mainland. Slogan of Happy Mart " YOU ARE HAPPY, WE ARE HAPPY ".
Driving for 2minute or take a walk for 4minute
- Head east on Lebuh Chulia toward Jalan Masjid
- Take the 2nd left onto Lorong Love
- Take the 1st left onto Jalan Muntri
- Turn left onto Jalan Penang