Penang National Park is located at the Northern part of Penang Island in Malaysia. From Batu Feringghi Beach, travel about 2-3miles up North to reach Teluk Bahang fishing village, the gate to the national park is located at the edge of the village. Entrance is free. 2 ways to reach Muka Head beach and Kerachut beach, one being by fishing boat, while the 2nd one would be by hiking. Both are pleasant.
Penang National Park is a metropolitan national park and probably the smallest national park in the World. However, "interestingness" is abundant here. From my last photography outing, i started at Muka Head beach by shooting moving clouds at night, follow by Milky Way when the clouds subsided, then greeted by a magical Sunrise, and also spectated a few resident White Bellied Eagles catching fish off the sea. Hiking North West for a mile, one will reach a beautiful functional light house on top of a hill. While on the other side of the park is another interesting beach called 'Pantai Kerachut', where you'll find a meromictic lake, a turtle hatchery, and beautiful pier, and a spectacular Sunset.