Hotel Equatorial Penang
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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Managed to engage in some serious retail therapy in Penang. Kids couldn't believe how much ringgit they got for their Aussie dollars. It was good getting off the boat for a bit. Haz was all eye of the tiger in pursuit of a man bag. Uncle Kelv'd be proud. Carry your stuff and still look tough!!! Very funny. We went to one bag stall and before we knew it the man had pulled out a bag and a lighter and was ...
... cameras or shade boards, scurrying along as one unit. At lunchtime, we sought out a vegetarian restaurant that had popped up on Happy Cow (our trusty app). When we arrived, we found the prices were a little dear but placed our orders anyway with the friendly waitress, who appeared to be wearing a nurse's outfit. When the food arrived, we understood why the prices were much higher than usual; the portions were enormous. We should have shared one ...
... seem to be light on as far as occupancy levels go. The central eating area has been very busy but that is because the locals choose to eat there. We were very pleased to sample the famous spring rolls and Char Kuay Teow as well as he banana roti and a good spicy Tom Yum soup. The area has been very smokey and hazy with the smoke from Indonesia really making visibility ...
On the 30th April we flew to Penang, which is a 20 mile long Island just off Peninsular Malaysia. Penang is infamous for its food, culture and diversity. The flight was a bumpy one but it took less than an hour so after reading the local paper we were there. Most articles were in relation to the cultivating of crops, specifically tomatoes in the case of the Cameron Highlands, and the supply outweighing the demand. The farmers would rather destroy their crops than sell them as the price ...
... street stalls which we were dying to try as Malaysia, especially Penang, is the Culinary capital of SE Asia. We tries various specialities including Satay skewers, Char Koay Teow (Fries Garlic Noodles) and Ice Kacang (a desert). After watching a lot of performers on stage we were treated to an excellent fireworks display that was on par with Sydney NYE! After this, we went back to the hostel.