Bayu Emas Apartments
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
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Travel Blogs from Batu Ferringhi
... today was a very local Penang Laksa, which was delicious, and enjoyed with a view over the bay at a waterfront hawker centre in another revamped colonial building.
The 30's landing spot was further south from here, in Gelugor, half way down the East Coast, and very well protected. It's now where the bridge to the mainland goes across, and I could find no remnants of the flying boats, but ...
It was Monday 2nd February and it was time to go and see my travelling brother. Well he has been over to this side of the world quite alot in the last year. It is a running joke with his friends out here that he might as well apply for permanent residency. We got the local bus from Georgetown to Batu Ferringhi and boy the buses are good in Malaysia. We have both fallen in love with Malaysia after just one night here. Penang is known as the "Pearl of the Orient" and we could see why as ...
... a wide variety of birds - something Graham has a special talent for. Those birds - and there were more than three - were calling out to us, cooing, shrieking, it felt like we were in our own private little jungle where bird is the word. But with neither of us being twitchers, we have no idea what those birds actually were so here’s a request to any serious bird watchers amongst our readers, please name that bird or name ...
... not to forget to say we managed to find a good cup of tea and a walnut and carrot cake, which defiantly made Penang Hill worth a visit.
Our last visit was to the Botanical gardens, which was free so we weren’t holding out too much hope! But it turned out to be a little gem, so after a 30 minutes bus journey we walked around very well maintained gardens and also got to see monkeys, surfing dragon flies and ...
... what country we was in we had another hours wait before the boat was ready to depart on it's hours journey to Koh Lipe. So we finally arrived (or so we thought) we was dropped on a floating barge in the middle of the sea a hundred or so metres from shore, payed the token "park fee" that they always charge and then unless we was going to swim to the shore we would have to pay another small fee and transfer to a little long tail boat to take us to the shore. We really are back in ...