Geography in Penang Island

A turtle shaped island alongside a waterfront portion of Province Wellesley, on the primary land, Penang is bordered by the State of Kedah toward the north and east and by the State of Perak toward the south. The state extends itself over 1046.3 square kilometers and is situated on the north-western bank of Malay Peninsula. The island is secured by narrow beachfront fields, forests, coastal plains and hills.

Geographically the state is isolated into two segments, the Penang Island and the Province Wellesley. Penang Island extends itself more than 293 square kilometers of land and is arranged in the Straits of Malacca. Area Wellesley is a limited channel that extends itself more than 753 square kilometers of land and is limited by Kedah in the north and east, and by Perak in the south.

Penang experiences an equatorial climate with warm and humid weather throughout the year. Days are warm and sunny with temperature of around 30 degree Celsius and nights are quite cool with temperature around 22 degree Celsius. It is dry in the months of January and February. Rainfall is very heavy is experienced especially from August to November. 

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