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

Penang 2nd/3rd December 2014

A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Dec 03, 2014

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... in Penang and were the boat would dock upon arrival. It wasn't a long walk to the accommodation but the temperature is definitely getting warmer or at least more humid, both suffering more than we have historically. Our accommodation is situated in the middle of bustling streets which is nice but the facilities themselves again leave a little to be desired! We dropped our bags and headed out for lunch eating close by in a speciality noodles place, both of ...

Getting to Penang

A travel blog entry by benwalsh91 on Jul 07, 2014

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... like. Another hour went by and we stopped again and an older dirty looking bus pulls up next to us and the driver says something that's not English then everyone gets off. We realise we have to swap bus for some reason. We were last on because we had to get our bags and the only spot was down the back. This bus sucked and stunk and was so loud. Being at the back was hot as well from the motor. Lucky it wasn't long till we got to what we thought was Penang. Everyone got out so ...

Sour plums and visa running

A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on Apr 21, 2014

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... 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 ...

A Spontaneous Tour

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Apr 01, 2014

2 comments, 21 photos

... and be rich. He started working at a young age and married his very wealthy employer's daughter. From that, he was able to initiate businesses of all sorts and eventually became the richest man in the east. He really enjoyed western things so when he saw that Europeans had fake marbles and fake golds he implemented these things in his home, even though he could have easily afforded real marble panelling. The man had 8 wives and acknowledged having 14 children, ...

Penang: Sharon and Tony join us for a week

A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Feb 16, 2014

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... signs with 'Mum and Dad' as well as 'future MiL and FiL' they spotted us, and we jumped in the car back to Kimberley Street. After catching up over tea and Jenna's lovingly made Victoria sponge, we decided to take a stroll around Penang. Making our way to Chow Jetty, Sharon and Tony enjoyed the sun and sea breeze mixture, having spent the last few months only really feeling the latter, at gale force speed. After wandering around the esplanade and through Little India, we ...