Lodge 18

1 Lorong Bagan Luar Satu , Butterworth, Pinang, 12000, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Butterworth

Sour plums and visa running

A travel blog entry by krocodiletears

7

... departed relatives.

I asked the cost of a century old original slightly rusted Pears Soap enameled sign and Din the owner was ready to talk and talk and talk.

His business "Kenangan Silam Enterprises" (Days gone by Antik & Kraftangen) is stuck away in a deserted back alley and is piled high with interesting objects.

Din said, " I am a retired school teacher and I used to be the principal at a school in the Cameron Highlands. I bought the shop ...

By George a rally!

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin

1
38

... a clan house. When other members of the clan arrive, they go to the clan house to find accommodation, work and help to settle in to their new lives. Some of the clans grew immensely wealthy and powerful and their clan houses are amazing. There is a small one one just outside the hotel and others have been opened up to the public.

Another thing Georgetown is big on is street art. There are wrought iron cartoons which link to the history of the street and are funny ...

Hi Malaysia!

A travel blog entry by siancorbs

49

... There were hardly any stops on this journey which meant nothing to eat all day. ken had gotten some questionable chicken burger from the first petrol station but I was feeling really sick so skipped out that tasty treat. We had forgotten how grim these Thai minibuses were with the way they swerve around in all lanes and because they are so small you feel every single movement. We eventually got to Hat Yai at the Malaysian border and changed vans to do the rest ...

Amazing Street Art

A travel blog entry by luma

1
15

... stopped off at the Time Tunnel history museum which shows a walk through of Penang's history and cultures. We also visited Fort Cornwallis & the Jubilee Clock tower. On the walk back to the hostel, we came across the Little India area which is full of Indian restaurants, we called off at one for some lunch and we both said its one of the best currys we've had, we even went back a few days later for another fill. We decided to venture up to Penang Hill ...

All Aboard.....

A travel blog entry by gibbslocates

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5

I'm delighted to say that the train from Kuala Lumpur to Penang was very good. It was clean and tidy, the bunks were nice although we were on the top bunks which were a bit smaller than the bottom ones. There was a buffet carriage attached and so you could have a sit down, chow on some Pot noodles before heading to the carriage to get some sleep. There were even decent ladders to get to the top bunks unlike the Indian ones which required you to have some knowledge of ...

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This hotel, located on 1 Lorong Bagan Luar Satu , Butterworth, is near Clan Jetties, Fort Cornwallis, Komtar, and Danum Valley.
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2.00 of 5 stars Fair