Four Points By Sheraton Penang
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Four Points By Sheraton Penang Tanjung Bungah
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... clean. The internet makes it easier to keep in touch with loved ones and friends through Facetime, Skype, VOIP , Viber and Tango.
It is too soon for either Tony or me to question why we are doing this or to feel homesick. We are just so happy to be able to actualize what we planned for, to actually live this life and not just watch it slide by.
Now, Chang Mai, Thailand, we are ready for you. Good night Strait of Malacca, Goodbye Eden.
The day was spent walking all around George Town. We started with the path to see all the street art. It was incredible and so interesting and fun to look at. Lots of cats, and one that said don't discriminate against dogs! The pictures will tell more than I ever could. We also made it to the clan jetties and walked down one. It ...
... me not knowing if he was OK.
Once he got going next morning he managed to get a signal and called which I was relieved about, and we arranged to meet at Queensbay that evening. He had a great sail round Penang and I watched him coming under the new bridge and finally anchoring off the jetty. There are another few boats anchored here and it really is best anchor in Penang with the jetty nearby which is a safe place to leave the dinghy, ...
... and a Dutch man, live in the Netherlands. The second couple split their time between Germany and Malaysia. However, the real gem meeting of the day was with an old ethnic Chinese Malaysian (probably) gentleman who got onto the bus with something wrapped up in newspaper. This guy was very open and chatty and told Ben about the wealthy Chinese people in Penang and about his son in London, who has a successful fish business. Undoubtedly the best bit of the ...
... on to the clan jetties. Here impoverished Chinese settlers lived in impossible conditions a century ago. The road to Wigan pier, except these people lived on and under the pier itself. Today the poverty is not quite so extreme and the conditions more manageable, but I guarantee you dear reader would not choose or suffer such an environment. Even so, one of the jetties has now been turned into a British-like pier attraction although the Chinese still live there ...