Four Points By Sheraton Penang
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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From KL Sentral station we took the train to Butterworth in northern Malaysia, a port with ferries to the island of Penang. We arrived on the island in the main town - Georgetown and quickly found a bus (approx 30p each) that would carry us to the area of the island in which we were staying.
Our chosen accommodation for the three nights was a villa that had been turned in to a B&B guesthouse with three bedrooms for customers. As it was low season we ...
... were to meet one of the staff who would show us where to go. It had been a long trip so we were pleased when we met Chong and we followed him to our destination. For a comprehensive overview of our accommodation I suggest you go to Booking.com Rainforest Inn,Bertam Valley Malaysia and peruse the information for yourself. I will include photographs in this entry. We had two great nights here and the people who are operating the business are wonderful and willing to ...
The island of Penang is one of Malaysia's most tolerant, cosmopolitan and exciting destinations. It's capital George Town moves at a hectic place, full of traffic and to my mind not enough traffic lights. Getting across a street here is a major challenge. It is easy to walk from the ship to the historical centre of George Town (despite the lack of traffic lights) and we do manage to cross the streets and head for the tourist office to get a map and decide what ...
... Blue Mansion. Our tour guide was the woman who had restored the home in the early 2000's and she was really great. She gave us the history of Cheong Fat Tse, his eight wives and the house. Apparently wife number 7 was the favourite and the only one mentioned in his will. We've also been to Tropical Fruit World today. It was up in the hills of Penang with views out to the sea. An interesting tour of ...
... off with apple and cinnamon pancakes smothered in maple syrup and topped with a big dollop of vanilla ice cream. All for the princely sum of about 80 ringitts = £16 - including the drinks which was pretty good value. Now one little factoid we picked up on our travels here is that Malaysia is the most obese country in the whole of Asia….. can see why, whilst food is delicious, much of what we saw was fried plus we saw more fast ...