Jalan Magazine, Georgetown, Pulau Pinang, Pulau Pinang 10300, Malaysia
Penang's tallest building and the sixth tallest building in Malaysia. It is located in the heart of George Town. When the skyscraper topped out it was the tallest building in Asia, by the time construction was completed it had however been surpassed by Seoul's Korean Life Insurance Building (KLI 63 Building). The 65-storey tower is a 12-sided geometric block, 760ft (232m) tall, sitting atop a 4-storey podium. The complex comprises office and retail commercial space as well as public and recreational facilities.
Penang (pronounced /pəˈnæŋ/; (Malay: Pulau Pinang)) is a state in Malaysia which is located on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia by the Strait of Malacca. The name "Penang" comes from the modern Malay name Pulau Pinang, which means island of the betel nut tree. It is the second smallest state in Malaysia. Penang is often known as "The Pearl of the Orient" and "Pulau Pinang Pulau Mutiara" (Penang Island of Pearls).