Hydro Hotel Penang
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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
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... hope. Headed back north to Thailand.
This is time we planned ahead and got a sleeper Bertha! Yea!
i guess if the train arrives late in the town or two before us they just skip Butterworth to make up
So you have to check in by noon and they will let you know if you will be leaving at 2pm.!
George Town is a mix of a whole lot of different ethnic groups,
Top two attractions in Georgetown according to TripAdvisor: the Dhammikarama Burmese Temple and the Pinang Peranakan Mansion. The photos don't really do either of these attractions justice. I avoided taking photos of the spectacular Buddhas as I felt it would be disrespectful. While I was suitably awestruck by the intricate design and splendour of both places, what really struck me was how obsessed we ...
... cites, I think because it is too hot to be outside. It turned out to be quite the day out. What we thought was one big mall turned out to be three big malls. All 8 stories high and bustling with people. There were even a lot of English high street clothes shops and other that we recognised from Australia and New Zealand. We both managed to make a purchase. I got some leather sandals because I am fed up with flip flops and Jenn got some shoes to send home because they were so ...
... was waiting for us. He took us by the temple one more time to see it lit up for the last night until the next Chinese New Year. He then dropped us back off at the hotel around 10. We were exhausted.
P.S. I must give Kevin credit for all these pictures. He brought his nice Nikon camera which took most of the pictures I posted in this blog. Thanks Kevin!!!! ...
... being cooked on the street, shops selling saris and brightly coloured garments. We ate, with our hands, a delicious curry meal in simple restaurant. Nearby there were Indian and Arabic goldsmiths and money changers, one of which was called "International Mega Forex". We walked back to the hotel through other parts of the Historic Quarter down small streets, built for bicycles and rickshaws, that are lined with historic pre-war architecture. In the ...