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

George Town Buddha Hunting

A travel blog entry by indianajill on Mar 18, 2015

1 comment, 33 photos

... narrow road. 1/2 way up is the Garden Pavilion and heritage temples and the Pagoda, and at this point we can get out and explore or drive to the top to see the large statue of the Kuan Yin. Kuan Yin is the Goddess of Mercy and a popular diety in Penang. The Bronze statue of Kuan Yin sits on the hillside above the pagoda and there is a rambling temple complex of prayer halls, bell towers, and other temple structures. As were are now tired and running out ...

Ponggal Festival and Ayer Itam Temple

A travel blog entry by stingroy on Jan 14, 2015

23 photos

... prosperity in the year ahead. We were up early, and after breakfast we headed straight for Little India. The atmosphere was charged and we soon encountered evidence of ceremonies having taken, or taking place in front of shops, offices and restaurants. The areas in front of some of the buildings had been painted, either in white as we had seen the day before, or in different colours. Every now and then we would hear the short burst of a bugle or cows horn ...

Sailing to Penang

A travel blog entry by new_lands on Sep 28, 2014

47 photos

Sailing to Penang with Tommy on his boat Freya was a fantastic trip, what started out as a couple of days over and back to Langkawi, it turned into ten days sailing, exploring, sightseeing, partying, and generally having lots of fun.

As Langkawi is a duty free island, we stocked up on food, drink and beer (well we're ole sea dogs you know), you just never know where you might end up and what facilities are available. Drew, Elliott and I ...

Malaysia the Melting Pot of Asia

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Jul 26, 2014

1 comment, 31 photos

... many cultures it certainly offers lots of food choices. Being a foodie I think I was in heaven even with my "******" night. Being a little bit disappointed with my hostel, the terrible unfriendly Chinese staff that was working there and the lack of this country's identity I found myself instantly walking to Little India. Within blocks my senses were on over drive again with the loud blasting Bollywood music, the smells of in scents and spices, and the hustle and bustle ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by sheelannu on Jul 22, 2013

34 photos

... of the most prestigious places of worship in Sungai Petani.

Upon picking us up, Mr.Thina headed to pick his daughter up from tuition and so she could join us for dinner at the al famous SP Club. Unfortunately, the kitchen was closed and we had to adjourn to a local favourite Chinese coffee shop (also my brother Wicky's) for dinner. The claypot Fish Head curry is to die for. We chatted awhile before heading back to the hotel for a well deserved good night rest.. ...