Ali's Ferringhi Guest House

Address: 53 & 54B , Batu Ferringhi, Pulau Penang, Pinang, 11100, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 53 & 54B , Batu Ferringhi, is near Penang Hill, Penang Butterfly Farm, Penang Botanical Gardens, and Adventure Zone.
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Travel Blogs from Batu Ferringhi

Cendol vs Rojak

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Dec 09, 2014

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... house is beautifully constructed in a very old fashioned Chinese style. Meticulous attention has been paid to feng shui. Decorations have been installed without sparing expense and western influences are apparent: some pillars are from Glasgow and the entrance hall tiles are from Stoke-on-Trent. The guide was excellent, keeping a huge tour group engaged and getting lots of laughs. Thanks to a quirk of fate, in a few decades ...

Our first day in Penang

A travel blog entry by bella35766712 on Jul 23, 2014

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... skirts so I bought a pink skirt and a white skirt. After that we headed back to the hotel when dad said he felt sick, we both stayed at the hotel for a couple of hours. Dad spent most of it on the toilet and i spent most of it by reading while waiting to be able to use the toilet.

It was 2:50pm before dad decided we should have lunch ( or afternoon tea. ) We went down the street and instead of turning left we kept going and ...

Final Day

A travel blog entry by leanneroles on Apr 24, 2014

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... Different Chinese clans established them years ago. The houses are built out on the jetties which are made of rotting old timbers and plastic tubs full of concrete for the pilons. They meander out into the water and you wonder how secure they are but they're still standing after decades so I guess they're not too bad!

When we'd had enough of wandering about in the heat we headed back ...

Our Stomachs Are Going To Miss Penang!

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Apr 05, 2014

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... said this mee goreng gave "The Mee Goreng Guy" a run for his money! After getting some quick information about the national park, we opted to take a trail that would lead us to Turtle Beach where there is a turtle conservation and research centre. The hike was a nice one and while it wasn't difficult, the extreme humidity of the jungle made us both sweat buckets. I was so hot and sticky that getting caught in the rain was actually a nice relief for me. When ...

Tracing the History

A travel blog entry by andrewy on Mar 05, 2014

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... rich and influential Mr Cheong was. even whe he died, the Chinese government in recognition for his achievement , they half flagged the commenorate Mr Cheong's success. The tour guide also showed us the broken ceramic tiles used to decorate the building. Upon finishing this tour, I am humbled to learn how the Chinese people became so successful by working hard and dedicate themselves to create such wonderful influence in a country far away from ...