1926 Heritage Hotel
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TravelPod Member Reviews1926 Heritage Hotel Georgetown
Great hotel in Penang- basic rooms but good price- loved the pool as Georgetown is very warm- a bit out away from the heritage district
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... eastern orient hotel for a coffee and some atmos, was well swanky and the door was opened by a man wearing a similar outfit to that of sid James in carry on up the Khyber !!!
We stayed in the capital Georgetown which sid describes as buildings like in Tunbridge wells but situated in the jungle !! We stayed in little India so for the bargain price of £1 for two we had curry for breakfast everyday with a chai, a tea/coffee/hot chocolate mix with ...
... given tea,coffee and biscuits,before registering. "Go and dry yourselves off,we'll get to registration later." We were shown to our room,it was gorgeous,we were going to be very happy here. The Smoke House dated back about 100 years,and one of the staff told us that he had come here as a small boy when his parents worked here over 50 years ago,then the house had belonged to a retired lieutenant colonel,and the said colonel had taught him a lot of the old English Customs,thus ...
Stayed in a hotel, £12 per night with buffet breakfast and the most expensive place we've stayed so far, but the nicest. Not a whole lot to do so we mostly asked around about the Danum Valley tour- turned out to be extortionate so we gave it a miss. A shame because that's the whole reason we took a 5 hour bus up ...
... street or area around it. Unfortunately, we didn't find all of them, but we found a fair few. There are also huge pieces of painted street art all over the place - again, we couldn't find them all, but managed to get pictures of a few. It was lovely to explore the town and find out about all the different areas around us, and we even popped in to a museum to find out a bit more (mostly because it was cold in ...
... called. I was told those women in mikap are from the Persian Gulf. The men, on the other hand are dressed in western garb. In our apartment's swimming pool, there are huge signs with pictures of what is "acceptable" swimming attire. The Malays are well covered, including their female children. The men are allowed to wear what they want, from skimpy speedos to swimming shorts.
Demeanor in public is also modest. Public displays of ...