Beng Keat Guest House

67A , Batu Ferringhi, Pulau Penang, Pinang, 11100, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Batu Ferringhi

Matt's birthday back in Penang

A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy


... area, complete with a McDonalds, Holiday Inn and continual building work. To make it worse the Hindu festival of Thaipusam (pain infliction and self denial - it's worth googling this one) was in full flow increasing the hotel prices even more. The beach was narrow and watersport outlets competed for space. This meant sunbathing involved someone keeping watch to avoid a parasailor landing on our towel, which by the way kept landing ...

Indonesia becomes the best country I've visited

A travel blog entry by gareth_bryn


... hugging them whilst Loz was getting tips on what to do the following day from an Aussie expat. She had us up very early to negotiate a snorkelling trip to see manta rays, something I vaguely remember agreeing to, at 8am was very annoyed at having agreed to and by 3pm was ecstatic that I'd agreed to. A little late and struggling to find someone to take us we luckily found two boat trips at the same time, choosing the dive shop which didn't try to scam us for three times the ...

Georgetown: Gorging n Gawping in colonial Penang

A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy


Wednesday 7th January and 8th January Georgetown. Arriving in Georgetown in Penang amongst the colonial architecture was dramatic but familiar. I felt absorbed in the place as soon as I stepped off the boat. The abundance of smells were intriguing as we approached a hotel on the edge ofGeorgetown ...the smells were authentically Indian. Lime pickle meets garlic meets the tandoori oven... We were in Little India! A culinary mini Mecca of Indian eateries and ...

Airports and more airports

A travel blog entry by morewood


... about any direction and we were given a doona and a pillow as well, felt like putting on some jarmies and settling in. It was probably wasted on me as about 60 seconds after eating the supplied meal, (much better than the cattle class paid fare but who eats green chicken curry, orange juice and dessert at 2.30am,) I was sound asleep and didn't wake up till they announced landing.

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Dorm Rooms & Food on a Stick

A travel blog entry by jonandsam


... a full day to explore and then hopefully sleep the duration of the bus journey- plus this will also save us a nights accommodation money. The bus costs 90RM (£17) for both of us and we are careful to book with the same operator that we travelled with from KL to Penang as their buses were so comfy and clean. Tonight we went to Red Cafe a big food hall with lots of nice foods to chose from. Asian singers entertained us as we ate our mixture of sushi, Thai ...


This hotel, located on 67A , Batu Ferringhi, is near Penang Botanical Gardens, Kenting National Park, Penang Bird Park, and Monkey Island.
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