Holiday Villa Alor Setar

Address: Lot 162, 163, Jalan Tunku Ibrahim, Alor Setar, Kedah, 05000, Malaysia | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel is located on Lot 162, 163, Jalan Tunku Ibrahim, Alor Setar.
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Travel Blogs from Alor Setar

Skippy's getting too jumpy on the highway

A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Jan 30, 2015

2 comments, 10 photos

... exit off the motorway. When we got to the toll booth, Skippy stopped altogether.


The toll attendant, a nice young lady, thought this was very funny and asked us to wait while she called for help. (We didn’t have much choice really!) Two highway patrolmen arrived in their Toyota Hilux and towed us 200meters out of the way of traffic. They then rang for a mechanic to come and help us.


We were the centre ...

Day 9 - George Town to Alor Star

A travel blog entry by kriso80 on Feb 13, 2014

... and my night walk through the strip was enough, don't like it, can't say why exactly? but just don't dig the amotsphere, time to leave... I endured the hours bus ride back to George Town, this time paying the correct 2 ringgit 70 sent, not the 4 that areshole driver let me pay last time lol. I considered wandering around George Town as that's where it's at, but it was so hot, and with a backpack, forget it, plus I ...

Alor Setar Thai Temple & Menara Tower

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Aug 10, 2013

24 photos






Having arrived in Alor Setar near the Thai border I wanted to spend some time exploring the towns sights before taking the ferry to Langkawi Island. I knew with the three day holiday the museums will probably be closed so I was debating whether to do half today and half when ...

Alor Setar - Our Royal City

A travel blog entry by bbordignon on Mar 12, 2013

29 photos

... were adorned in traditional dress as a sign of respect for the places we were visiting (long pants for the gents).

We also had an opportunity to visit the Muzium Padi (Rice Museum) which is a tribute to rice (a predominant crop in Malaysia; palm tree plantations are also quite common). The content of the rice museum satisfactory at best (the lower level where they house an impressive collection of traditional rice farming tools is the most interesting ...

Danger

A travel blog entry by kokyuho on Feb 13, 2013

1 photo

... in which we could camp for the night. Nevertheless, we found out that the whole north part of the Malaysian west coast is not really suitable for this idea, as it is taken by a huge number of fish farms that go all along of it.

Darkness came, and we were still riding blindly trying to follow the sea, not knowing yet where to pass the night away. Finally, we ended up so far north, that we decided we rather just make the rest of the way right away ...