Emerald Puteri Hotel

50 Jalan Permatang Gedong, Taman Sejati Indah, Sungai Petani, Kedah, 08000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 50 Jalan Permatang Gedong, Taman Sejati Indah, Sungai Petani.
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Travel Blogs from Sungai Petani

Sour plums and visa running

A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on Apr 21, 2014

7 photos

... have been set up specifically to accommodate the tens of thousands of expatriates living semi legally in Thailand. They organise a dozen such daily runs to the Burma, Laos, Cambodia and Malaysian borders. All visa running involves for people wanting to get around this absurd regulation is simply to cross out of Thailand and then return immediately - sometimes within an hour.

Companies thrive on this business. It goes like this. Once a month (or two months if you are ...

Penang - A Foodies Paradise

A travel blog entry by natandross on Mar 28, 2014

2 comments, 23 photos

... South-East Asian Odyssey; having re-watched the episode before arriving in Malaysia we were keen to visit some of the restaurants that he ate in during his trip. Our favourite was a Nasi Kandar (literally translated as balanced rice) restaurant run by an Indian-Malay family. We arrived during the lunchtime rush and were surrounded by locals shouting out their orders to the family who would dish up from a huge buffet-style selection of curries. Fortunately one of the sons took ...


A travel blog entry by rebeccaac on Jan 25, 2014

... samosas better than any I'd ever had for a little under 10p each, savoury doughnuts studded with fresh chillies, roti canai (thin fried naan bread served with different colour dhaals), sweet banana doughs deep fried until crispy, almost fluorescent coconut ices, iced milky ginger tea, thin orange biscuits covered in sweet yoghurt, little spiced lentil patties and, of course, onion bahjis. We bought these from roadside stalls almost invariably staffed by a ...

Yoga, relaxation & some much appreciated "me" time

A travel blog entry by fraser_belinda on Dec 23, 2013

2 comments, 18 photos

... contortionists who were teaching the classes, but anyway!

Before heading back to Malaysia I spent a final week near the Fisherman's Village at Bohput Beach where I reflected on everything I had come to learn over the past two weeks. In doing so, I kept up the yoga and meditation thanks to downloadable YouTube videos; I continued running, swimming and doing other forms of exercise; and I read ...

Dorm Rooms & Food on a Stick

A travel blog entry by jonandsam on Nov 29, 2013

127 photos

... best known temples on the island. It is the largest Buddhist temple in Southeast Asia. The architecture is very impressive and the building is so big! It is home to lots of turtles who live in 'The Liberation Pond', Chinese believe a turtle is the sign of Strength, Endurance and longevity and it is a scared act to capture and then set the turtle free within this pond. After catching the bus back to the centre of Georgetown, we set out to visit the Reclining ...