Grand Paradise Hotel Penang

101 Macalister Road , Pulau Penang, Pinang, 10400 , Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pulau Penang

Penang: gateway to my belly.

A travel blog entry by chinesetudor


... open flame (so pretty slow considering how busy the place is) the bread is all made in the morning; the egg is cooked over a flame also. Pretty cool, and tasted delicious to boot! Other days we tried out buffet Chinese lunch which was great, hawker oriental food- which was our favourite (incidentally a won ton large noodle soup with BBQ pork- one of my fave dishes was 80p). You get the picture, food is gooood here. Surprisingly for me, Georgetown is an incredibly arty area. ...

Motor biking around Penang

A travel blog entry by beckie268


... so expensive, we have no idea how he makes a living. For dinner, we went back to Chulia street for dim sum and a fresh juice, followed by a walk around Little India. We found a stall making fresh chapattis, so tucked into chicken curry and we were ripping up the chapattis with our fingers to dip in the sauce. All very local! We went back to the hotel to pack. We need to be ready to catch the bus after breakfast to the airport. Thailand here we ...

Penang Hill

A travel blog entry by amyandrich


Top of our list for Penang was to go up Penang Hill. We entered the address into the Sat-Nav and away we went - again we made it without getting lost. Amazing.

The rain was pouring, but that didn't stop us. It was early so it was not busy, we took the funicular train to the top where we were treated to spectacular views of Georgetown. The sky was clear for us so we got some awesome photos.

We stopped for a cup of tea and ...

Penang Island life - time to get organised! :-)

A travel blog entry by jennie_tewson


... out a different part of town, heading to another beautiful temple. This one is called 'Kong Hock Keong' and is the oldest Goddess of Mercy temple in Georgetown. It's stunning, even though they are currently doing some refurbishments to the building it's still totally beautiful, and there are loads of people there praying - its obviously a well used and well loved place! From here we take a walk round some of the side roads taking in the various sights and sounds ...literally ...

Kek Lok Si Temple

A travel blog entry by londone7


Back downtown I boarded another bus going to the Kek Lok Si Temple at another part of the island. Bus fare was 2Rm (.60 cents) but was moving very slow and was packed completely full.

I wanted to ...

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This hotel, located in the Tlalpan Sur/South area of Pulau Penang, is near Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, Tropical Spice Garden, Khoo Kongsi, and Penang Museum and Art Gallery.
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