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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel A.S.R.C. Alor Setar
Travel Blogs from Alor Setar
... by the impotent flickering of the generator powered lights. There is nothing we can do but lean in the shelter of the empty window frame, look out and watch the awesome show that only a true tropical storm can produce, with the dark night being torn apart by lightning every 5 or 10 seconds, creating instant day from night, and the thunderous rolls of ponderous, crashing blasts shaking the foundations of the building. It is an outrageous show of naked power that ...
... going compared other crossings! The train arrives on time at Butterworth and I get some money changed up and cross on the ferry to Penang. The crossing goes well but I find it hard to find my hostel and have to wander about for quite some time. Eventually I get there an after a shower I go out for noodles in this local place. They only serve sour fish with rice or noodles. I go for ...
... my way
Entrance was 12Rm ($4). I didnt want to be spending money but since everything else was closed for the holiday I went up so that I was able to do something
I thought I would be able to see Langkawi or Penang Islands but they were too far away. I did see the Thai Temple I ...
... I was not in the mood of riding it ever again, and much less I had the courage to trust it all the way back to Malaysia. So that last afternoon, I tried to sell the bike to every bike shop and mechanic I could find along the way. At last, I even tried to give it for free, but nobody wanted it because of the legal issues that the Malaysian plate number would involve.
****** about the problem I had created to myself by bringing the bike into Thailand and now not ...
... 300 baht each before going through passport control to get stamped out of Thailand. The ferry left at 16.10, just ten minutes late. The ferry took an hour, but as Malaysia is an hour ahead of Thailand it was actually 18.10 when we arrived in Langkawi.
Passing through immigration, we were greeted by a ferry port that was more reminiscent of a large airport. The island is a duty free region and the shops in the port reflected this. Originally, we ...