Cozy Home Inn

205 Jalan Argyll, Georgetown, Pulau Penang, Pinang, 10050, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 205 Jalan Argyll, Georgetown, is near Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, Tropical Spice Garden, Penang Museum and Art Gallery, and Dragon and Tiger Pagodas.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCozy Home Inn Georgetown

    Reviewed by edo.halim

    Cheap but Small

    Reviewed Jul 15, 2011
    by (18 reviews) Kertosono , Indonesia Flag of Indonesia

    Memang menginap di sini termasuk murah, bersih, kamar mandi dalam. Tetapi untuk ukuran kamar memang sangat sempit. Tetapi masih oke untuk ditinggali.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Cozy Home Inn Georgetown

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    Travel Blogs from Georgetown

    Walking tour

    A travel blog entry by ameliabaker on Jun 25, 2014

    19 photos

    The Lonely Planet's recommended walking tour got a look in today! It was nice to wander a bit further from the area we're staying in and see a bit more of the town. Unfortunately some of the key buildings (like the City Hall) are seriously run down, but the museum was good and we also checked out the clan jetties which have the best public toilets ever!! The key point about the tour was that it took us to Little India at lunchtime!! There's a fair amount of choice, but we saw ...


    A travel blog entry by midgetgemz on Jun 06, 2014

    13 photos

    ... a Chinese called Tek Sen in Chinatown so we decided to head there. It was queued out the door which was a good sign. We had no idea what half the stuff was so played it safe and went for sweet and sour chicken and chicken with chilli paste. Both were so good and as good as any Chinese meal we've had. We went for a dander around Chinatown and little India, it was like being In China and India with the lanterns, Bollywood music and extravagant Indian clothes ...

    Welcome to Malaysia!

    A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Apr 18, 2014

    331 photos

    ... smiles and thank you and didn't buy anything. I have two books at home, one on the history of coffee and the second on the history of chocolate, that I have read so what the museum has to say was already old news to me. Really I went for the samples.
    We are also eating Indian food a fair bit and trying to sample the typical dishes of Georgetown, our guidebook has a list. Indian food is very cheap and super tasty and open at any hours of the day so it is an easy pick.

    Gorgeous George

    A travel blog entry by nathanandclare on Mar 19, 2014

    2 photos

    ... you so you can't get mad, and then they slowly slowly slowly merge. This might be double standards but if an Asian person did it, I wouldn't really mind that much, taking a 'it's their country, we are a guest' kind of attitude, but when travellers do it grrrrrrrrrrrrrret in line sucker! As Nath waited in the new checking line, I kept our place in the line by the door to make things a bit quicker, and I could see a woman (who was Dutch- not that it matters, ...

    Absolutely spiffing in Penang.................!!!

    A travel blog entry by mamacass on Feb 21, 2014

    53 photos

    ... has recently been awarded the historic UNESCO World Heritage Area. What a mixing pot of cultures. Everyone really nice and friendly and it would appear that it does not matter what religion, colour or gender you are you are accepted. Tried to see as much as we could, between cocktail stop offs. Went up Penang Hill (Bukit Bendera) which is 800 meters above sea level. The Funicular railway that takes you up the hill was built between 1906 -1923. It ...