Lone Pine Hotel

97 Batu Ferringhi, Batu Ferringhi, Pulau Penang, Pinang, 11100, Malaysia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 97 Batu Ferringhi, Batu Ferringhi, is near Penang Butterfly Farm, Penang Botanical Gardens, Adventure Zone, and Penang Bird Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Batu Ferringhi

    Georgetown to Batu Ferringhi

    A travel blog entry by kerryanddavid on Jul 28, 2014

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    Ahh, back at the beach! Not much to report, just yummy breakfast lunch and dinner. Resort is lovely,will do nicely for the next 5 days. Went to local food court for dinner - stuck with our favourites from previous visits and settled in. Shared a giant spring roll, had charcoal ...

    The Island of Penang aka food capital of Malaysia

    A travel blog entry by laurenedwards on May 03, 2014

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    ... and trying to control an unruly backpack. Penang, when we finally got to see it, is really special. Georgetown is the main hub for Malay, Chinese and western eateries along with trendy bars and clubs. The town runs alongside the waterfront with views of Peninsular Malaysia and the 24 kilometre Bridge that connects Penang to the mainland. The bridge is actually the longest sea crossing in SE Asia in the world and quite a feat. We spent our first afternoon there hunting out a cash point ...

    Penang, Malaysia Pt. 2

    A travel blog entry by florachen on Apr 20, 2014

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    ... Banana Milkshakes, and Green Tea Lattes. The view was good, the people were great, and my tastebuds were satisfied.

    On Monday we tried to go sailing again, but found that there was only a tiny little boat that could only fit two people (we had five), and was way too expensive for only one hour. Our sailing notions were shot after that. We ended up going to this floating jungle gym thing on the water. It had slides, trampolines, climbing walls, swings, etc. It was like ...

    Exploring Malaysia

    A travel blog entry by faraway-fantasy on Mar 08, 2014

    ... guitar with various songs he could play. That afternoon, a few of us decided to walk around George Town and try and find some of the famous street art which has appeared upon the walls of the town. There are huge paintings of children on bicycles, two children playing on a swing, a child standing on a chair, and a boy on a motorbike, all of which are painted around the actual object which is fixed to the wall underneath. We spent most of the afternoon admiring these paintings, as ...

    The Bus Ticket to Texas (Malaysia)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Feb 17, 2014

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    ... all hostels do, but this one does. We pass a Mosque. Since this is Muslim country, there are a lot of mosques around. It is the largest one in Georgetown (founded in 1801) and we are there about sunset ... and it is awesome. It is called the Kapitan Keling Mosque.  It is whitewashed and has large golden-topped domes on it with crescents and stars. There is an islamic Indian style thing called a minaret that sounds the 'azan', the call to prayer for ...

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