A Penang Venue with Majestic Allure

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A Penang Venue with Majestic Allure

The Majestic Penang, a British colonial building and formerly a theatre, was built in 1926 by a prominent Strait Chinese architect, Chew Eng Eam. It was famous for live shows such as the steamy Rose Chan cabaret acts. After being abandoned for almost a decade it was restored to its former glory as an events venue.

A heritage building, The Majestic carries out sustainable practices and recycling for all events held there in line with its green initiatives to preserve its architecture and history.

Delegates will find these practices in the spaces available for events – the 26,000sqft main hall that can seat up to 800 pax and accommodate 60 banquet tables, The Circle (balcony area) and a private VIP box including a holding room.

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