The Second Penang Bridge, also known as the Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah Bridge, joins the mainland and the Penang Island from Seberang Perai all the way up till Gelugar. It stretches across an impressive length of 24 km making it the longest bridge in the Southeast Asian region.
The construction of this megastructure commenced in November 2008 and was finally completed in 2014 although the official plan was formulated in 2006. The wide ‘S’ curves featured by this magnificent bridge all along the route not only enhances it’s overall aesthetics, but also helps motorists to stay focused while driving for 20 minutes straight from either of its ends.
RM 153 onwards
RM 255 onwards
RM 161 onwards