Cinta Sayang Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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In the morning we hung around the hotel and I tried to catch up with my blog. At around 1pm we headed down to see Jim. I waited at Jim's guesthouse, which is always a hive of activity and chatted to a few people, while Elaine jumped into a taxi, together with 3 other people, to report back to the Thai Consulate. One of the people I spoke to, a Thai lady lived in Ko Samui, but had some land, near to ...
... collection of large artworks that visitors can pose in, thus becoming part of the picture. It was a fair museum, if overpriced, and a good way to spend an hour or so out of the scorching heat. We enjoyed a delicious lunch at a Buddhist restaurant/book shop afterwards. Unfortunately, we discovered at this point that we won't be able to go to Singapore this week, where some friends had invited us to stay with them. Perhaps they can ...
After 24hrs, I've arrived to sun, warmth, swaying palm trees, general hub bub, sea views and all I want to do is go to bed! A v civilised flight from HRW to KL meant that they pretended it was night from 2pm for the next 10hrs which didn't really con my body into a long sleep post siesta, hence the exhaustion after a short domestic flight to Penang. Having met our small group of ...
The architecture is really cool too. A mix of Chinese, British, Indian influences. A real fusion just like the food.
Seriously the hawker markets are out of control. No shortage of delicious food. Every cart specialises in one perfected dish. Some recipes handed down a few generations.
The people have been all kind and accommodating. Willing and wanting to share their unique culture and heritage.
I ❤ ...
... of incredibly interesting sightseeing in which we saw towering apartment blocks and traditional houses.
On our early pre drink walk to the Kapitan Keling Mosque we stopped at a tiny antique shop. George Town is a treasure house of antiques and sought after artifacts and is a dream for anyone looking for unusual pieces to decorate a house, restaurant, office or film set. You can buy anything from an ancient Singer sewing machine to dog eared black and white photos ...