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

Georgetown

A travel blog entry by kerryanddavid on Jul 26, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

Enormous thunder storm overnight, don't think I have ever heard rain like it! Beautiful morning though. Breakfast in the hotel was lovely, fruit, yoghurt, coffee and stunning dim sum. See pics for details of our day. Off to Tek Sen for dinner tonight, if we can get in. It is a long weekend in Malaysia this weekend and there are a lot of holidaying Malaysians so lots of people everywhere. It is Muslim New Year (Raya) on Tuesday so lots of ...

Alive and well and living in a Penang video shop

A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on Apr 20, 2014

12 photos

... on a name changing spree to bury the past as in South Africa. Hindu temples, Mosques, Buddhist shrines and Christian churches are at every turn. Street names like Stewart, Campbell, Kimberley, Carnarvon and Buckingham have been retained while Cheongsam Fatt TzeKeng Kwee and Lim Chwee Leong are examples of the Chinese influence. India too has it's own distinct quarter and if you closed your eyes could be standing in the bazaars of Jaipur ...

Day 85: Georgetown & Batu Feringgi

A travel blog entry by mfln31 on Mar 27, 2014

2 photos

Unfortunately Lauren managed to leave her camera charger at the last hotel so today we had a little trip back to Batu Ferringhi to retrieve it. Actually, we decided to make a day of it so we took our swimwear and the extreme waboba ball, which has proved to be quite a hit this week. Alex - it just isn't the same playing with girls though: you need to get out here fast.

After another ...

Code Cracker, Room Jacker.

A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Jan 21, 2014

20 photos

... about how there was scripture written on a rock in symbols similar to Chinese from as early as the 12th century and when the British arrived they smashed it to pieces and claimed they were the first to discover it. Now only one shard remains. What a child you are British explorers. Even though India and China had been using Singapore as a port for many years, Raffles asked for the rights to the country, sneaky. Anyway through the whole trip every time the British did something ...

Food Porn

A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia on Dec 08, 2013

37 photos

When most people think of Southeast Asian foods, Thai or Vietnamese delights usually pop to mind, but what makes us salivate most is Malaysian food. We purposely planned our trip to accommodate a couple of 'Eating Holidays' in Malaysia while waiting for visa applications to be processed in Kuala Lumpur.

We have soft spot for the fading colonial architecture in the historical cities of Georgetown, on the island of Penang, and Melaka. Back in ...