Emerald Puteri Hotel

Address: 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

Ponggal Festival and Ayer Itam Temple

A travel blog entry by stingroy on Jan 14, 2015

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... We stopped and stood in the intense heat and watched some shopkeepers gathered around a pot of boiling rice, that was placed underneath a simple three legged wigwam structure made from sugar cane. Incense was also being burnt. Each person took it in turns to waft some smoke around in the air and in the direction of the shop, as a sort of blessing or prayer ritual, and then each person took some red dye and put a spot on their face followed by ash from the ...

Around Georgetown

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Dec 08, 2014

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... was Penang's Camera Museum. The entrance fee was quiet dear but represented great value for money as the museum was very well laid out and curated and was jam packed with fascinating exhibits. We had no idea that so many developments in photography happened so early: the first photographs around the turn of the 1800s, the first colour photo about fifty years later, the first Polaroid camera went on sale in 1948, and the first photo ...

The kid with the replaceable head

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Oct 02, 2014

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... my eye off that.

Green, for sure. That'll be all that monsoon rain. But largely, though not totally, uninspiring. The most remarkable geographical features of Malaysia are its orange rivers. They are often massively expansive, making the Thames or the Severn look like puddles. Clean puddles mind. See, everything is relative. The surprises come when the odd clean river appears, and there are one or two. And there is so much water here, it seems a shame so much of it ...


A travel blog entry by fast-lane86 on Jul 18, 2014

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... prompted the male monkey to charge directly at Rachelle at around mach 3. He didn't hurt her but ask her about how much she likes monkeys now, lol.

Flew to Kuala Lumpur and hung out there for a couple of days-- amazing city. We boarded a "jungle train" that goes up through the Malaysian jungle for 15 hours to the north east coast. It was a fun experience (bring your own food though). ...

Day 223 on route to George Town

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble on Apr 26, 2014

... this was paradise. A cool modern hostel with style and functionality. Sarah and I went out for some dinner. We went to a cool restaurant which was covered in writing from all it's customers from around the world. The owner was great and gave us loads of tips for Thailand. The city looked like a cool place and I can't wait to explore tomorrow. I'll let you know how it ...