Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a taxi and got in telling him to take up to Georgetown. He started driving in the wrong way to what we thought it was so we started asking and he said no penang is the other way and it would be 70 ringgit to get there. Turns put we were in Butterworth and it was another 30min to penang. Great... Anyway we crossed a massive bridge apparently one of the longest of its kind. We got to the guest house and checked in. We got ourselves a privet room again. This one is nice and ...
... so if you add a beer to your meal it doubles the price. Eric encouraged us to scribble a message on the wall of his cafe. There was barely space among the thousands of others who'd made their mark. We spotted a rough drawing of the South African flag and the names of a couple from Pretoria who'd visited a year before. Eric is a mine of local information and sat with us to talk over our public bus options to other parts of the island. ...
... in the city. The area is predominately Malaysian Chinese and many of the storefronts have writing in English and Chinese.
As we were walking, we found a tourist information office and wandered in and took some brochures. In one of them, it made mention of a market that occurs the last Sunday of every month. Perfect timing! We figured we'd walk there as the lady at the office told us it wasn't too far. With paper ...
... and sold their work; groups representing peoples from all over China – Hokkien, Teochew, Hainan and others – presented exhibitions of their history, culture and food; and clan houses dating back centuries opened their doors for gigs and other performances. A large statue of a horse stood at the central crossing point (for it was the year of the horse that was being ushered in), while all the other animals lined the road. At 5pm the drummers started drumming, ...