GTF Walks: Colonial District Heritage Walk


Established by Captain Francis Light in 1786, George Town presents a range of historic British colonial architecture. Fort Cornwallis marks the earliest East India Company site. Public buildings and monuments mark the civic quarter, whereas banks and trading companies line the commercial streets, leading to law courts, missionary schools and the Christian cemetery.

Terms and regulations:

Please make your reservations with PHT via email to phtwalks@gmail.com or call +604 264 2631. A minimum of 3 working days notice is required to process your reservation. Confirmation of your reservation will be done by email or other modes of communication.

Participants are required to pay before attending the walks. Please contact PHT at +604 264 2631 to enquire about payment mode and for more information. Payment will not be refunded should the participant fail to attend in person or on time. The organiser reserves the rights to rearrange, modify or cancel the services offered due to weather changes or other unforeseen circumstances. Appropriate refund will be arranged in the event of cancellation by PHT

Additional charges such as entrance fees, food and drinks are not covered.


Penang Heritage Trust is not liable to claims against it and/or the appointed guide due to illness and injury by the participant(s), as well as loss, damage or theft of the participant’s belongings.

Dress code and others:

Do dress comfortably. Certain religious institutions observe strict, conservative dressing code and depending on the weather, rain gear and refreshment drinks would be helpful.​

For more information, please click the link provided: http://www.pht.org.my/george-town-festival-heritage-walks/?utm_campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=socialnetwork

Sun Jul 31, 2016
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM MYT
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Admission fee SOLD OUT RM50.00
Venue Address
6, Church St, Georgetown, 10200 George Town, Penang, Malaysia Malaysia
Penang Heritage Trust (PHT) / Persatuan Warisan Pulau Pinang