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Noordin Street House: An Oasis In the City​

Noordin Street House is a charmingly unique boutique hotel in the heart of Georgetown, Penang.

Roof-Top Garden

​Indoor Pool

Escape to our roof-top garden. Wind down with drinks in the evening after a day of exploring George Town. Relax with your loved one under the starry sky! Perfect for couples on their honeymoon!
What’s a holiday without a swim? Cool down in our pool after walking about George Town. It’s tucked away for privacy and quiet and our pool area has a roof so you can even take a dip when it is raining.


Noordin Street House: An Oasis In the City

Who is Noordin of Noordin Street?

Decorated with precious memorabilia of yesteryears, Noordin Street House evokes a sense of nostalgia. With retro-style furnishings amidst modern facilities, you’ll love your stay with us. Our hotel is romantic enough for honeymooners and relaxing enough for families with children.
Opened in October 2013 in the heart of George Town, our two-storey Straits Chinese style hotel along Noordin Street comprises 10 rooms (3 Family Rooms, 1 Triple Room and 6 Double Rooms). We’re on a street named after a prominent Indian Muslim merchant, philanthropist and benefactor of the Kapitan Keling Mosque, Habib Marican Noordin.

​When you stay at Noordin Street House, know that you are just 5 – 10 minutes walk away from all the conveniences of your holiday. We are within walking distance to the main bus and taxi terminal in Komtar as well as 2 modern shopping malls (First Avenue and Prangin Mall). Restaurants, convenience stores and modern amenities are within your reach. In addition, we have an indoor pool and rooftop garden.
Book your stay directly with us and enjoy complimentary Malaysian afternoon tea and if you stay 3 days or more, we offer complimentary airport pick-up too.
Habib Marican Noordin or H.M. Noordin (1847 – 1909) was a prominent Indian Muslim merchant, philanthropist and benefactor of the Kapitan Keling Mosque. Noordin Street is named after him.
H.M. Noordin was educated at St Xavier’s Institution Penang and was appointed Justice of Peace in 1899. He was the only Muslim appointed to sit on the Committee for the Penang Centenary Celebration in 1886. He was also enterprising – he was an agent for steamers operating between Penang and Sumatera and started his own business specialising in the export of local products.

Noordin Street is also known as Jee Tiau Lor (in Hokkien dialect) or Second Street within a neighbourhood known as the Seven Streets Precinct.

Noordin Street is the only street in the Seven Streets Precinct to be named after a Muslim, in a predominantly Chinese working-class neighbourhood.

Today this area is undergoing a revival with a good mix of refurbished shophouses although many Chinese businesses are still operating their businesses along this street.