G Hotel Penang

Address: 168A Persiaran Gurney, Georgetown, Pulau Penang, Pinang, 11250, Malaysia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 168A Persiaran Gurney, Georgetown, is near Penang Hill, Chichin Island, Dragon and Tiger Pagodas, and Eternal Spring Shrine.
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      TripAdvisor Reviews G Hotel Penang Georgetown

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Georgetown

      5th country and counting!

      A travel blog entry by jw.jm.travel on Nov 09, 2014

      ... to or hotel. We are staying at Muntri guesthouse which is located in the heart of George Town; A quaint part of Penang that looks very European but it extremely multicultural. It is highly well known for its street art and food! As soon as we checked into our room, we headed to a vegetarian Indian restaurant recommended to us by a fella on the ferry from koh samui: woodlands. Here we had a fantastic early dinner!! Butter paneer, ...

      Five Ringgit Dinners

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Oct 06, 2014

      1 comment

      ... meal for around 1 to 1.50. The market is buzzing with tourists and locals alike and has a stage in the centre of the 200 or so tables. Fortunately we've missed out on the entertainment but it's Ladyboy night on the 21st if that sort of thing takes your fancy. Admission is free and the food is great. Yet another illustration of Penang's desire to drag the rest of the world kicking and screaming into multicultural harmony.

      Georgetown ...

      You Dim Sum You Lose Some in Penang

      A travel blog entry by kateandnicola on Sep 21, 2014

      69 photos

      ... as the boy began miming the same sore throat action to his chef mother, who seemed relieved that the food was not the problem. After a selection of incredible samosas and onion barjis Kate spotted one of the recommended Nasi Kander stalls, Kassim Mustafa. This was a great end to the day of feasting as we sat and ordered several different curries with rice washed down with mango lassis. Too exhausted to attempt the final food court on the list we thought we'd call it ...

      Miri Mulu and The Hungry Ghost

      A travel blog entry by mynameisden on Aug 20, 2014

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... I thought we had been going at least 2 hours and was wondering when we might start to surface, when Peter stopped us all. “This is not a joke. I am lost.”


      With the benefit of hindsight, Peter may reflect that he could have perhaps have opened with a slightly less inflammatory line, but it certainly got the group’s attention.

      He continued “I can’t find the path on from here, but I do know the ...


      A travel blog entry by midgetgemz on Jun 06, 2014

      13 photos

      ... all the reccomended sites and buildings. I also read somewhere that you could go up the tallest building in Penang (KOMTAR) for a great view. The whole top 50 floors are offices, when we got to the 60th floor it was empty and a mess! We admired the view and got out asap. We stopped at a bar and I had my first pint of Guinness on draught since I've been in Asia. Expensive though 5.50, I got my hair cut after..... 1.50! For dinner our we receptionist ...