Queensbay Mall is the largest and most popular shopping mall on the island of Penang. The mall is located strategically between Georgetown and Bayan Lepas (which includes major suburbs and the islands main airport). The mall was an instant hit immediately after opening in 2006. Every day the mall is visited by many locals, mainly youngsters. There are over 500 shops in total with Jusco as anchor tenant, spread out over 5 floors. Other anchor tenants within Queensbay are Golden Screen Cinemas, Harvey Norman and Borders).
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Privilege card for discounts
International tourists can get special discounts and promotions on items by registering for the special Queensbay Mall Tourists & Travelers privilege card. To apply for the privilege card you only have to show you passport at the Customer Service Counter.
How to get to Queensbay Mall
As Queensbay Mall is not located nearby the main tourist attractions, tourists from Batu Ferringhi, Tanjung Bungah and even Georgetown might have a hard time getting to the mall. The cheapest way to get to the mall is by bus. From Batu Ferringhi or Tanjung Bungah you first take the bus to Georgetown main bus terminal. From there you take the bus to Queensbay. The following Rapid Penang bus numbers stop at Queensbay Mall: T10 (from Komtar), T304 (from Gurney), U307 (from Prangin), U308 and U705.
"We took a cab from our hotel, G Hotel, at Gurney Drive and paid RM60 one way. Of course this was a rip-off, but we had no other choice as we were only in town for 2 days. The taxi driver dropped us off right in front of the main entrance. At the same time many hundreds of other people we arriving. Little did we know that Saturday is the busiest day of the week; it appeared that almost everyone on the island decided to head over to this mall on the day of our visit. We had a great time, many new stores; stores that I did not spot before on the island. We enjoyed our sushi at Sakae Sushi. There was a huge line in front of the restaurant, but luckily we didn't need a complete booth, so we were seated right in front of the head chef."
Queensbay is only a 10 minute drive from Penang International Airport; so you could opt to visit the mall if you have some time to spare before your flight.
Queensbay mall is opened daily between 10.30am and 10.30pm.