Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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I was up early again for my flight to Penang and got to the airport without any problems. I had just enough time to grab a bottle of water and sit down for 15 minutes before we were boarding. I did get a few strange looks which I put down to the fact I was the only non-Asian person on the plane. The flight was pretty empty and I got an entire row …
... were a marked contrasted to the dry, flat landscape of Cambodia. Breakfast was available on the train, but instead I bought a homemade cake, a bit like an egg custard, from a lady vendor, who left the train at the next station. I alighted at Surat Thani station (2 hours late, at about 10:30am), where a bus taking people to Krabi and several other destinations was waiting. The bus in fact stopped a few miles up the road and ...
... Kuala Lumpur. You can see my reports on Ipoh & Penang above and also I spent 5 glorious days in Melaka!
I didnt have time to visit 2 other highly recommended places - Langkawi & Taman Negara National park so I will have to do this next time!
Finally, the food here is incredible! The mix of the Malay, Indian and Chinese communities here has produced a feast for the palate at great prices. Just some of the food/drink I enjoyed a lot ...
... temples in China town before heading to the world heritage site of a Chinese jetty village. I tried not to breathe in too deep or look below at the sewage, rats or mud fish. The calories however went back on with a Thai curry followed by a huge waffle with banana at yet another food court, all for the princely sum of £3. I'm not sure how I'm going to spend my money.. Though its early days ...
... but to stare, sometimes shouting over to their colleague to get them to join in, then as you browse, they are never short of one little Asian step behind you. It is bad enough when it is the shop assistants in Australia coming to help you when you know your not going to buy anything because its so *******n expensive. I have no idea if they think I am going to steal something or if this is there idea of customer service, but there is one thing for sure, I ...