Need to book a Penang Airport Transfers to your hotel in Georgetown or at the beach? Want to arrive at your hotel hassle free?
If you would like to organize your transfers from Penang Airport (PEN) before you arrive on the island, you can book private airport transfers online, saving a lot of hassle at the airport and often long queues for a taxi.
You have a choice of vehicle for Penang to the city airport transfer, with either an air-conditioned sedan car (1 to 3 people) or an a much larger air-conditioned minivan (4 to 7 people).
The advantage of booking your airport transfers from Penang Airport online is that you will not have to wait around and sometimes join a long queue for your taxi tokens / and then the queue for the taxi itself.
With a private airport transfer, you will be greeted by a representative in arrivals with a signboard with
your name on, then quickly taken to your waiting car or van.
No hassle and no time wasting!
Prices may vary depending on your final destination - either to your hotel in the city (George Town) or out on the beach at Batu Ferringhi and of course the number of people travelling and vehicle required (car or van).
To choose what type of airport transfer you require:
When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your accommodation details, so have them handy!
You will also find some great tours of Penang Island that you can book online and make the most of your stay on the island.
If you have not booked your hotel yet please visit our Penang Hotels page, where you can find the best deals available on hotels in Penang Island by comparing room prices from all the leading hotel websites.
George Town has some beautiful old heritage hotels that you can stay in such as the E & O Hotel or Yeng Keng Hotel or the Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion.
All are located in the old part of town and offer great locations for visiting the sights of Georgetown and surrounded by restaurants and places for night time entertainment.
You will also find a growing number of new hotels around the island, with many old buildings being refurbished and turned in to brand new accommodation.