Hydro Hotel Penang
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsHydro Hotel Penang Batu Ferringhi
Can improve its service and helpfulness rooms good size but really out of the way and have a captive audience and charge more for food and drinks because of it. pool area is lovely
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hydro Hotel Penang Batu Ferringhi
Travel Blogs from Batu Ferringhi
... but no body was sure how to get out of the building. Eventually we realised we had to open the doors to the arrivals hall, where our bags were supposed to be scanned, but no one was there and the lights were off, which is why 2 ferry loads of people had walked past it.
We walked through the arrivals hall and out the other side into the duty free area where we drew our first Ringgits. I then enquired at an optometrist as to where we could buy tickets for a ferry ...
... triggered by an eastern European inter-railing trip a good university mate and I completed in the summer of 2002.
Fast forward a decade or so later, and other than a couple of Thai rail trips my girlfriend Leila and I have done to Chiang Mai and Hua Hin from Bangkok (she’s less of a train enthusiast than I am, so less said about those the better!) and the slightly more recent, and arguably more exciting, 4 day / 3 night Australia trip from Perth to Sydney ...
... Day 1: Exploring and Christmas Eve dinner at Little India. Watched World War Z. Coffee Affairs Cafe.
Day 2: Breakfast at Chinahouse. Fort Cornwallis. DURIAN ice cream. Coconuts. E&O Hotel. Armenian House Cafe.The Cruises Steakhouse.
Day 3: Black Forrest Cafe. Chew Jetty. Walked to lowkey mall. Mustafa Lunch. Tang's Cafe.
Day 4: Chinahouse. Rock Climbing. Bugs. Cafe. Cottage (cheese) pies.
... the hill was so exciting. Everything is exciting it seems haha I sat right at the front of the car and got the best view of us zipping down the hill at such a steep angle. The guy beside me said the trolleys are on a pulley system, the one heading down the hill uses it's speed to pull the other trolley up the hill! Neat! The bus ride back seemed faster then the way there. Likely because we got dropped off further away from our detonation. Not to fret through, we purchased ...
... as the boy began miming the same sore throat action to his chef mother, who seemed relieved that the food was not the problem. After a selection of incredible samosas and onion barjis Kate spotted one of the recommended Nasi Kander stalls, Kassim Mustafa. This was a great end to the day of feasting as we sat and ordered several different curries with rice washed down with mango lassis. Too exhausted to attempt the final food court on the list we thought we'd call it ...