Travel Blogs from Georgetown
... with either of us in them. The Temple has many stories and buildings. The views of the town below are great. Some of the photos of the temple are made looking down as we climbed to the different levels on the mountainside. To get to the statue of Kuan Yin (Goddess of Mercy), we had to take an incline car to the top. The views continue to improve during this tour of the Temple that took 2-3 hours for us to see. As we leave, I look back at the huge temple ...
... converted into a little boutique hotel and only 16 months open.
We open the door to 2 king four poster beds with nets around.
Lounge setting, lovely ornate ornaments and dressers and a gorgeous bathroom.
I think of my friend Dany whom I know would love this too.
We chose to stay in Georgetown as someone suggested that if we aren't beach resort lie by the pool people then this is the place to explore. We will go over to Batu Feringhi for a look but here is where ...
... t really expect anything different, however, after getting off the bus in the old district you are met with some of the best street art, food and rides/ runs (explanation below) anywhere I have been with the extra bonus of a literacy festival just thrown in for good measure. It turns out that Georgetown, while still being a big city, has the feel of Brighton, Bristol or the better parts of north London.
The first couple of days we spent walking around the ...