Olive Spring Hotel

302 Chulia St., Pulau Penang, Pinang, 10200, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pulau Penang

Day 17

A travel blog entry by leandglenn


... am also surprised when the older monk doing our blessing tells our daughter that she is beautiful.
I cross the road to buy a little reclining buddah to remind us of this special visit.
We then go to the batik factory and whilst I remember going here as a 15 year old when we stopped in to Penang on a cruise for just 1 day, I dont remember it being so expensive.
I particularly like the silk batik but its about $50 and so I say no thank you. Don't really need it, I just have ...

Georgetown: Gorging n Gawping in colonial Penang

A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy


... As Penang is religiously so diverse, I'm sure this was built as a sort of 'we're going to go one step further' kind of build. Tall and overpowering and even more memorable against a thunderous background. They were lots of symbolic structures that act as protectorates for the temple. As we left the heavens opened and the trip to the top was caught short. Although we did get to stand in a police hut and watch the mist come in over the lake which was on the way to the ...


A travel blog entry by broklutze


... best part though? Without doubt hospitality, all the hostel workers spoke English well and endeavoured to the best of their abilities to provide me with what they could. Something that I learnt about accommodation through Malaysia is sometimes it may just be worth to pay that extra $1.50 a night to receive much better conditions and facilities, in saying that I've gained an array of experience in the field I wouldn't trade off. $0 - $17.50 is the range I payed, most ...

Street scenes and our house

A travel blog entry by pinklady27


Not only were the street names worth finding, as we wandered around it was great to look at the old streets and buildings while soaking up the laid back atmosphere. Even the modern buildings are built to fit in. Less scooters, more cars, more congestion.....the hallmarks of development? We hope you get a feel for the place ...

Back in time

A travel blog entry by suily

... of the Penang Philharmonic who played us lots of Glenn Miller and other classic numbers. Loved it. No dancing though :(

We were allocated seats, and I got to sit next between two young Chinese. A woman from Shanghai, and the man from Taiwan. They knew each other from their time studying in the US.
I found it very interesting hearing about their lives. The woman is a fan of sweet white wine, so I said I would find out what ...


This hotel, located on 302 Chulia St., Pulau Penang, is near Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, Tropical Spice Garden, Khoo Kongsi, and Komtar.
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