Hotel Palm Inn

No 4802 Jalan Bagan Luar, Butterworth, Pinang, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No 4802 Jalan Bagan Luar, Butterworth, is near Clan Jetties, Fort Cornwallis, Komtar, and Danum Valley.
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    Travel Blogs from Butterworth

    Walking tour

    A travel blog entry by ameliabaker on Jun 25, 2014

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    The Lonely Planet's recommended walking tour got a look in today! It was nice to wander a bit further from the area we're staying in and see a bit more of the town. Unfortunately some of the key buildings (like the City Hall) are seriously run down, but the museum was good and we also checked out the clan jetties which have the best public toilets ever!! The key point about the tour was that it took us to Little India at lunchtime!! There's a fair amount of choice, but we saw ...

    Penang: Chinese New Year

    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Jan 31, 2014

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    ... machine-gun-like firecrackers being set off along the street and around the neighbourhood. On the ninth evening we wandered down to the Chew Jetty for the main Hokkien celebration. A collection of stilted houses and temples stretching out above the water, we’d visited it several times before, but tonight it was alive with people, stages, offerings and performers. We watched dancers dance at the end of the jetty; men and women offer prayers and gifts at the various ...

    Cobras Prohibited

    A travel blog entry by gflacke on Jan 24, 2014

    15 photos

    ... s GPS to guide us there, and at one point it took us down a road that literally didn’t exist; it hasd been dug up and was a big pile of rubble. The GPS kept yelling at us to turn around and go down that particular road (apparently the best and most efficient way to the Snake Temple), so we ended up with about 16 detours before finally reaching our destination. The Snake Temple wasn’t too busy that day, we were the only car in the parking lot and there ...

    Georgetown: Gorging n Gawping in colonial Penang

    A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy on Jan 07, 2014

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    ... very hard to read. That said it was all very interesting to read about an Englishman who made such an impact here. Next up was a trip to one of Georgetown's famous mansions. Georgetown is full of many decrepit buildings, all with unique charm but it's also home to a few perfectly preserved buildings with great historical importance. I was also interested to learn that until Singapore took its crown in 1826, Penang served as the capital of the Straits ...

    Day 79 - Penang Hill & The Bus to Singapore

    A travel blog entry by costin on Dec 17, 2013

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    ... some hope. After a quick google earlier in the morning however, I realised that this wasn't going to be an option. As with Thailand, there was no channel showing the cricket. Following it on live text commentary for a whole day seemed like a bit of a waste, so I would have to just check the score when we got in from our day out.

    From little India, we walked to the ferry jetty, to get a bus from the main bus station over to Penang Hill, as we had heard that ...