In addition to being very literary and artistic, Penang is also rich in history. If you like history and monuments, you can visit Fort Cornwallis (also known as Fort Cornwallis), which was where Wright first landed more than 300 years ago. There are still some cannons and ruins in it, so you can learn about the colonial history of Penang. The place is very small, there is a charge for visiting, 20 ringgits.
Don't waste your time here because nothing interesting.
My friend really likes sightseeing and dragged us to this fort. I'm sure there is a lot of history tied to the area, but I can admit that I'm not that big of a history buff to appreciate it.The fort isn't really that big and we toured the whole thing by ourselves in about 15 minutes. There are a lot of cannons if you're into that.
A very small "Fort" at Kuala KedahWe arrived here after drizzle.... it was so cozy here. Beside the wooden house at middle of the field..... you will found quite number of rusty canon here. the Fort is located right opposite the terminal ferry to Langkawi at Kuala Kedah. A great place to drop by before or after the Langkawi try if you using this terminal as you point to Langkawi Island
From here, "the colony tour" is the best choice for travelers. The castle was originally made of wooden materials. Later, between 1808 and 1810, the British colonial government used the labor of prisoners to convert it into a stone castle. There are several cannons on display here. These cannons were set up by the Dutch and were looted by pirates, but they were later recovered.