Hotel Malaysia

7 Penang Road, Georgetown, Pulau Penang, Pinang, 10000 , Malaysia | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 7 Penang Road, Georgetown, is near Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, Clan Jetties, Tropical Spice Garden, and Khoo Kongsi.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Malaysia Georgetown

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    Travel Blogs from Georgetown

    Tracing the History

    A travel blog entry by andrewy on Mar 05, 2014

    10 photos

    ... Too bad there was a sign saying non-Muslims may not enter, so I respectfully wondered around outside and took off after snatched a few photos. Next I walked over to Khoo Kongsi temple. This is a very spectacular temple with intricate designs and architecture honoring the Khoo clan. This Khoo family is very prominent with the temple inside full of the plates labeling their name and different professional degrees they achieved. As I ...

    Hi Malaysia!

    A travel blog entry by siancorbs on Jan 31, 2014

    49 photos

    ... the alcohol) which makes everything easy and fun! As we are staying in Little India the community is majority Indian which means the food stalls and restaurants are delicious! We've been living off tandoori chicken, Dahl and nan bread for every meal since we got here which comes to about 2.50! One day we went to nandos and that was still cheaper than home about 4! Chinese New Year was good fun! All the streets were set up with different decorations and stages and ...

    Encounters in Georgetown

    A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Sep 22, 2012

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    ... ethnic groups to communicate between one another, meaning that conversing with locals was generally not difficult.

    As the main religious site for Muslims in the city, the Kapitan Keling mosque did not disappoint, with brilliant white walls and bulbous copper domes. In its peaceful interior, a man approached us and engaged us in conversation about Jesus being a prophet of Islam. He gave us some literature that seemed specifically designed for Western tourists, and then ...