China Tiger

No.25 & No. 29 China Street, Georgetown, Pulau Penang, Pinang, 10200, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Georgetown

Butter Chicken Inferno

A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia


... this), we decided to do a 2 hour jungle trek on nothing more then a bagel that we had for breakfast but luckily we at least had water. Thankfully a man named Chief took pity on us and became our unofficial guide through the jungle to the beach on the other side that had a turtle reserve. Chief was an avid hiker and one of the nicest men we have ever met so it was a pleasure getting to hike with him. Even when I thought I was dying he calmed me down and gave me candy in order ...

Day 79 - Penang Hill & The Bus to Singapore

A travel blog entry by costin


... some hope. After a quick google earlier in the morning however, I realised that this wasn't going to be an option. As with Thailand, there was no channel showing the cricket. Following it on live text commentary for a whole day seemed like a bit of a waste, so I would have to just check the score when we got in from our day out.

From little India, we walked to the ferry jetty, to get a bus from the main bus station over to Penang Hill, as we had heard that ...

Street art and street food in Penang

A travel blog entry by beckie268


... seats. We arrived in Penang and drove across the bridge onto Penang island. After a short detour to a couple of bus stations, we arrived in Georgetown. We met the first honest taxi driver who told us we didn't need a cab to the Banana boutique and pointed us in the right direction. So we walked with our back packs strapped on our backs through the quaint streets of Penang. We were loving it. After checking into ...

Alex's One Hundred Happy Days :-)

A travel blog entry by roblund3


... may bring. 14 - Finding random things to buy, try, invariably not like and therefore know not to buy again. For example, sugar coated spicy strawberries - eughhhh! 15 - The fact that there are so many free range (wild) animals. 16 - How the smaller towns and communities are so self sufficient. 17 - How little I actually need to survive: A bag clear out is imminent. 18 - Discovering people's kindness. 19 - Relaxing time on the ...

Road trip! KL to Georgetown

A travel blog entry by amyandrich


... out for about an hour to explore the area! We cycled right through busy little India - the smells of spices were amazing! Our mouths were all watering, definitely needed a curry for dinner.

It started to rain so we quickly cycled back to the hotel, just getting caught in the down pour! We had showers and then headed back out. Penang is famous for its street food, we are not sure if it was because it was a Sunday, but we did not ...

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This hotel, located on No.25 & No. 29 China Street, Georgetown, is near Clan Jetties, Khoo Kongsi, Penang Museum and Art Gallery, and Bukit Jambul Orchid & Hibiscus Garden and Reptile House.
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