Lodge 18

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

        A busy week!

        A travel blog entry by janbernie on Aug 27, 2015

        26 photos

        ... decided to change our plans. We found another store where I could purchase what I was after and it was a visual feast as it supplied everything from cosmetics,cookware,saris to cooking oil,freshly ground spice,various spices and great curry powder,my goodness! We made some purchases and headed off.It had been a long day so we caught a bus destined for Batu Ferringhi. Our Tassie friends flew home yesterday and we hope that Craig is on the mend. He was ...

        Ferries, ferries everywhere

        A travel blog entry by eddlauren on May 19, 2015

        11 photos

        ... an excessive amount of names for 1 little animal). I also ordered prawn dumplings, I hadn’t had any of those in a while; I almost didn’t ordered anything as I there were shark fin options on the display table - the bunny hugger in me convulsed at the thought of how said fins were acquired: it was inhumane and down right cruel.

        We finished our meals and headed back to our hostel in a less round about way than we had arrived, walking past cute ...

        Monkeys Everywhere!!!

        A travel blog entry by egianino on Mar 05, 2015

        28 photos

        ... 15 days. Many people at work told us it would be very busy to visit these sights as the roads will be very busy. However, we had no choice … we were running out of time.

        William first took us by the Buddhist temple for a quick view during the day. This temple is lit up beautifully at night but only for the 15 days of Chinese New Year... so ...

        Siem Reap to Bangkok by the skin of my teeth

        A travel blog entry by stingroy on Jan 08, 2015

        ... them very little in return. After seeing how industrious and resourceful the people in Cambodia are, I was disappointed to hear how lazy, inefficient and complacent some people in Thailand appear to have become. Food was served on the train, which was very civilised and then someone came round to fold down the seats, and to make up the beds. Shortly thereafter everyone went to sleep. I was tired after an early start, a long day of sometimes stressful ...

        Penang 2nd/3rd December 2014

        A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Dec 03, 2014

        5 photos

        ... are a few ways up to the top (820m above sea level - even higher than the cable car in Langkawi) via foot, jeep or train. Described as a slow chug to the top I opted for the train but it didn't provide much in terms of sights with trees lining the journey. At the top the view of Penang, specially Georgetown was superb. It was around 5pm at this point so a couple of hours before dusk but it was clear all around. As I pottered about the top clouds started to ...