Travel Blogs from Georgetown, Malaysia

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Guess What.. Another UNESCO  town, Georgetown, Malaysia travel blog

Guess What.. Another UNESCO town

A travel blog entry by vagabondtour


... ;Chinese, Malay, Indian and British heritage. A great city to walk around and absorb all the different cultures, especially the food. Georgetown is famous as the food capital of Malay. The choice is unbelievable and the flavours are excellent. This is one ...

Peranakan Mansion, Georgetown, Malaysia travel blog

Peranakan Mansion

A travel blog entry by londone7


Now I had a few hours to kill in Penang before my 6pm flight I wanted to check out some of the museums that had been closed for the three day holiday.  First was the Peranakan Mansion. There were wealthy Chinese families that adopted a mix of Malay ...

Last couple of days in Georgetown, Georgetown, Malaysia travel blog

Last couple of days in Georgetown

A travel blog entry by tartanbeat


... up if it were Scotland or Dundee United on the tv!!! :o)) We're leaving tomorrow, but still have a full day ahead in Georgetown. Thankfully we have arranged a late checkout to 6pm at half the price. We'll still have to hang around Penang Airport thru the ...

Penang and the Art of Motorcycle Renting, Georgetown, Malaysia travel blog

Penang and the Art of Motorcycle Renting

A travel blog entry by pmeister

... .  It's very cheap and very delicious.  This was my best eating experience yet, and most of it was very local to Malaysia.  I ate WAY too much because I wanted to try so many different things.  After that I rode the bike around a ...

Happy New Year!, Penang, Malaysia travel blog

Happy New Year!

A travel blog entry by camlisa


... fine) bringing us back into Samui for the 30th.  However, on arriving at Oscars shop on the 28th, ready to mission it to Malaysia, Oscar confessed to a slight (pretty big) hiccup in the original plan, our bus left at 6am - and it was 10am.  ...

Back to Malaysia, Georgetown, Malaysia travel blog

Back to Malaysia

A travel blog entry by chris~laura


... where the colonials set up base, got a cable car to the top which was very crammed and took thirty minutes. Good views over georgetown and the mainland from the top. Tried Penang Laska YUK, it was like mashed up sardines in yuk water with ...

Georgetown, Georgetown, Malaysia travel blog


A travel blog entry by gavin_davies

... happens to have two sets of lights. No big deal, just dont try to be something you (or your car) are not. This being Malaysia means there are a lot of Protons about. I'm staying vigilent for a Persona but no luck so far. Yesterday was hot but ...

Penang, People and Poor Cuisine, Penang, Malaysia travel blog

Penang, People and Poor Cuisine

A travel blog entry by danking87

... feet in my face and ripped by a 4 year old girl... quality! The taxi driver from the Penang bus station to Georgetown was similarly colourful, despite knowing little English. Thick framed black glasses and an electric blue jump suit made him look like ...

(11) Georgetown Walkabout, Georgetown, Malaysia travel blog

(11) Georgetown Walkabout

A travel blog entry by alcatrav

... room so we think we may have to charge things in reception. We packed a day bag and set off into the streets of Georgetown... Our Lonely Planet guide book had recommended we go to the Penang Heritage Trust and pick up some free leaflets to guide us on ...

Malaysia, last comments, Georgetown, Malaysia travel blog

Malaysia, last comments

A travel blog entry by pierre-zuzana


... , architectures, languages, religions, etc. have found a way to work together here and create a unique mix that characterises Malaysia today. The common language here is English that everybody speak, but Malay, Hindou, Cantonese are commonly spoken by ...

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