Georgetown City Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... slowly and grinned at each other with satisfaction. Kopi served the coffee with a delicious tiny shortbread cookie whose buttery taste enhances the flavor of the coffee, a total sensory experience.
In popular culture, Kopi Loewak, played a major part in the movie "The Bucket List" when the character played by Morgan Freeman reveals to the character played by Jack Nicholson that the coffee he so enjoyed drinking, was ...
... not the water and beach you think of when vacationing. The water is very brown and stinky. You do not swim in it. There is not good beach by the hotel.
The rooms are nice. Luckily our rooms were ready for us when we arrived at about 10am (I had emailed them earlier in the week so I guess it worked). You have to put your key card in a slot in the room in order to get the electricity and AC ...
... it was very different from all others I've previously been to. For starters, everyone was wearing their shoes and no one cared about having their shoulders or thighs covered, there was no big Buddha or even statue to worship. It was decorated with large paintings that seemed out of place. Underneath was a mundane museum outlining the immigration of the Chinese but despite perfect translations it really didn't make much sense to the average ...
... Batu Ferringhi (Foreigner’s Rock) where we stayed on our honeymoon in March 1979.
After an early breakfast we boarded yet another coach for our trip around the island. After a slight delay while our guide struggled to make the tickets and passengers add up we set off in search of the Reclining Buddha Temple.
The temple was pretty impressive and the Buddha certainly was reclining – right across the temple in fact! See ...
Although the bed on the train was very comfortable, the train did rattle around and shudder quite a bit throughout the night, and so I really did not sleep that well. Nevertheless, I still enjoyed the experience of speeding through the night to a new destination. Most people were up at daybreak and for a while I sat up in my bed looking through the window watching the lush vegetation and tree covered hills of Southern ...