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

The freedom granted by a humble moped.

A travel blog entry by mrsfd on Oct 18, 2014

... bridge over to mainland Malaysia and into Georgetown. The rest of our week we spent re-visiting some of the places we had passed on our first drive around the island by day and eating great food in local places with Wei Loon. I really enjoyed Penang. Having our own transport made a massive difference and it was great to meet Wei Loon and for he and Dan to get time to catch up so it was sadness we packed our bags again and caught the plane to our next ...

Walking tour

A travel blog entry by ameliabaker on Jun 25, 2014

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... afternoon we headed to the bus station and picked up a couple of bus passports (to cover us for the rest of the stay), and got on the first bus we saw. Not normally a tourist spot, Tesco in Georgetown is a bit more western than Nong Khai, but still doesn't sell Marmite!! They have amazing fresh produce (like Geant, plus pasta, noodles etc to buy by the kilo), but the clothes aren't ideal - no Florence and Fred so no western sizes! After a long wait for the return bus and ...

Get on the bus Gus

A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on Apr 19, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... bags three hundred meters to the terminal, paid about three rands for the ferry and crossed to Georgetown in twenty minutes. Help came in the form of a petite German girl named Louisa. Seeing our obvious lack of direction she lead us to Lebuh Chulia a few blocks away where dozens of cheap hotels are cheek by jowl in what were previously Chinese homes. We checked into Banana Guest House and after a tough days travelling it suited us admirably. No matter that ...

The Perankans and gold, lots of gold

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Mar 24, 2014

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... a building at the back. Innocuously entitled the jewellery museum we wandered in and a lovely young man called Happy, what a great name eh, offered to give us the tour. We readily agreed and boy did he bring this to life. There was no photography allowed at all in this museum, so sorry I can't show you what we saw, but take our word for it, it was amazing. The people who owned these jewels sold it all in the 1930s and emigrated to New Zealand, the current owner bought ...

Food Porn

A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia on Dec 08, 2013

37 photos

... and south Indian curries, succulent tandoori chicken, banana leaf meals, thick mango lassi and to top it off cendol (shaved ice, coconut milk, palm sugar, tapioca pearls, green rice noodles and beans - don't knock it until you've tied it, we got addicted to this dessert). Finally, the most exotic and seductive of all is Nonya cuisine. A fusion of Straights Chinese and Malay traditions with a tad of extra spice due to the proximity to Thailand. The ...