Travel Blogs from Georgetown, Malaysia

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Azian Fuzion, Georgetown, Malaysia travel blog

Azian Fuzion

A travel blog entry by briankerr


... , we packed up our stuff and walked around Georgetown a bit more before heading out to the fisherman village, Teluk Bahang.  Georgetown is in fact a very lovely part of Penang, with old colonial buildings and cute alleyways.  It reminded me of ...

Food Glorious Food!!, Georgetown, Malaysia travel blog

Food Glorious Food!!

A travel blog entry by laurs-and-matt


... the area in the airport and had clearly been studying it in the taxi as he led me on a very detailed walking tour of Georgetown complete with fascinating facts!! After a long walk we were feeling peckish so, having heard that Penang is the food capital of ...

Penanging About, Georgetown, Malaysia travel blog

Penanging About

A travel blog entry by beingkw


... and don't speak a word of Mandarin or Cantonese (only their own dialect) - and how things are not all rosy in Malaysia today... I try the Penang Famous Laksa (noodles in fish broth with herbs, tamarind and pineapple) at the Red Garden Night Market: Food ...

Penang, a delicious suprise!, Georgetown, Malaysia travel blog

Penang, a delicious suprise!

A travel blog entry by nickmorris

... food, and with no knowledge of Georgetown we hit the streets. It turns out that you couldn't think of a better place to be hungry, Georgetown, we now know is famous for its food. Just around the corner form our room on Love Lane, we sat with an iced ...

So the yellow bible Dani, Georgetown, Malaysia travel blog

So the yellow bible Dani

A travel blog entry by brent_n_dani


... on a Shoestring, 2008’ (scored from a second hand bookshop- $8 not extremely up to date, but it works) promised Panang, Georgetown had something quite unique on offer. “Georgetown is full of car exhaust & has marked lack of sidewalks, but ...

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.  ...

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