Ferry Terminal Butterworth
Pangkalan Sultan Abdul Halim, 12000 Butterworth, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
About Ferry Terminal Butterworth
The Sultan Abdul Halim Ferry Terminal is a ferry slip within Butterworth in Penang, Malaysia. This docking facility is used for Rapid Ferry services between Butterworth and the city of George Town on Penang Island. It is one of the beautiful places iin Penang.
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