Lodge 18

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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Malaysian memories

A travel blog entry by clare.foster90 on Jun 12, 2014

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... we soon got our heads down.Yaaaaaaaaawn.... 6am we arrived in Singapore after a bumpy nights sleep. We had a flight this evening to Melbourne so we had nowhere to sleep or dump our bags... could be interesting..! First off we went to the Botanic Gardens which were really pretty (Jonathan was less enthralled..!) Then we took the underground to Chinatown where we had some lunch (he was perking up at this point!). We also stopped off in the ...

Penang: Chinese New Year

A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Jan 31, 2014

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... the occasional firework or firecracker, but George Town cooled down as the public holidays finished and people returned to work. But as we approached the eighth day, things started to build up again. The story goes with the Hokkien people that in order to escape a raid by Japanese pirates they were forced to hide in a field of sugarcane, thus missing the New Year. They emerged on the eighth day, which conincided with the Jade Emperor’s birthday, to whom they attributed ...

Cobras Prohibited

A travel blog entry by gflacke on Jan 24, 2014

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... cleaned in years but is hot enough to kill all food-borne pathogens adds to the quality of the experience. Several people came for take-away while we were eating; the food is put into a small clear plastic bag with a long plastic tie that is then used to suspend the bag of food from the rear-view mirror of your moped – very practical! At the end of the meal I decided to use the restroom before we continued on, which at this particular establishment was a small ...

Georgetown: Gorging n Gawping in colonial Penang

A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy on Jan 07, 2014

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... Phuket of an imminent Burmese attack and whilst serving in the navy his role was to take charge of trade in India.) Once in control of Penang, he helped to build a fort with the Malaysians (Kedah) as part of a deal to supply them with the forces to defend them against any attacks from Siam. Light encouraged people to claim land, attracting multi racial settlers from across Asia and by the end of the 1700's the population had reached 10,000 enriching the ...

Day 79 - Penang Hill & The Bus to Singapore

A travel blog entry by costin on Dec 17, 2013

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Our bus didn't leave until the evening, so we had another full day in Penang. This felt like a bit of a bonus day, because the train would have left in the morning. The only way to start the day, was a breakfast of Roti again.

We walked into little India and found one of the many canteen style Indian restaurants and ordered some Roti. This time, we opted for the Roti with eggs and onion, as a bit of a change from the Roti that we had on the previous day. the egg ...