#13 day of February – Another World at the “Secret Garden”

Entrance to Avatar Secret Garden at night

A tranquil, rocky beach during the day transforms into a scene from James Cameron’s 2009 film “Avatar” at night. Visit after sunset to wander through the beach’s stone statues and go close to the ocean on a rocky groin. Notice pink, blue, and green shades as LED lights. Flicker to life opposite the sea as the last rays of daylight fade tonight.

secret garden penang malaysia

A piece of Penang’s natural jungle has been illuminated with brilliant LED and optic fiber lights. Creating a surreal environment centered on a giant banyan tree. That has an eerie similarity to the film’s holy spirit tree, Eywa. Spend a night in Pandora while following the approved trail and stopping for several picture possibilities along the way.

Stone statue near the entrance

Map It: 336, Jalan Tokong Thai Pak Koong, Tanjung Tokong, 11200 Tanjung Bungah, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia | Hours: 8 am – 12 am daily | Free entrance, parking 5 RM

What To Do At Avatar Secret Garden

  1. Go on a sunset stroll by the beach
  2. View statues at the beach
  3. Observe activity at the temple (Thai Pak Koong)
  4. Find the World War II bunkers at the beach
  5. Climb up to the viewing tower
  6. Take numerous photos at your leisure in the garden
  7. Admire the field of LED tulips
  8. Complete the walkway around the garden
  9. See night views of the city from the shoreline
Viewing Tower At Penang Avatar Secret Garden – photo credits to yuduanwu (Instagram)

What You’ll Like:

  • Free entrance
  • Open until quite late at night
  • Romantic setting for a stroll
  • Beach nearby to watch the sunset
  • Places to eat within walking distance
LED Lights Lighting Up One Of The Post War Bunkers By The Sea Close To Penang Avatar Secret Garden – photo credits to jeeryjunjun (Instagram)

Good To Know:

  • Expect to pay a parking fee if you drive there
  • Wear white or other light colors if you want a glow-in-the-dark effect for your photos
  • Lights look better later in the evening when it’s darker
  • Bring along some drinking water
  • Average duration depends on how much you like taking photos! Or if there are many people!

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