Palanquinn Heritage Suites

39 Bangkok Lane, Georgetown, Pulau Penang, Pinang, 10250, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Georgetown

Walking tour

A travel blog entry by ameliabaker on Jun 25, 2014

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... back into town we managed a quick turnaround for heading out to dinner. We decided to use the excuse of being back late to return to Hamideeyah, plus we'd heard they have the best beef rendang in town so wanted to try it out!! We can confirm, it is a very good rendang and definitely the source for the Rick Stein recipe that Amelia's a fan of (although like us, the restaurant uses less chilli than Mr S). Another lovely day, with lots of walking, a bit of shopping and more good ...


A travel blog entry by midgetgemz on Jun 06, 2014

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... all of the east of Penang and the mainland. Apart from the view there wasn't much else to do up there. We saw a mosque, a temple and and some huge millipedes. For dinner tonight we went to little India for an Indian. Our receptionist reccomended getting some bread and dips. We ended up getting a chicken masala, lamb rogan Josh, rice, I had a cheese naan and gemma had chapatti. It was the nicest Indian ever and only cost 7! We showed a picture of our food to ...

Guns, Gangsters and Goals

A travel blog entry by on Apr 24, 2014

6 comments, 26 photos

... over the sea. From here we walked down Pitt Street and viewed its eclectic mix of street art. From there we visited one of the main Chinese Clan Houses and their ornately decorated Temple. Last stop was a Thai Buddhist Temple to view the third largest reclining Buddha in the world and also the smaller Burmese Temple across the road.

Today's hockey match was played against Penang ...

Welcome to Malaysia!

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Apr 18, 2014

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... next day.

Our last day in Georgetown was spent between Fort Cornwallis and the botanical gardens. Fort Cornwallis was built during British occupation lead by Francis Light at the end of the 1700s. It is the largest standing fort in Malaysia. The botanical gardens were a breath of fresh air in this ocean of pollution. They are well maintained and offer a really nice walk around some greenery. Tonight is our last night in this city and we are moving on to the Cameron Highlands tomorrow. ...

Gorgeous George

A travel blog entry by nathanandclare on Mar 19, 2014

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... TV was too far away to properly watch it, it was that Tom Hanks film about pirates which I thought was an odd choice for the situation. The best part about the journey was a chubby toddler who was terrorising people. After standing on her seat and screeching like a football coach in fluent toddler at the other passengers, she trundled up the isle with her chubby little finger lodged so far up her nose she looked like she was trying to scratch her brain. She ...

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