Independent (SPHC) Mutiara Beach Resort Penang

Address: 1 Jalan Teluk Bahang, Pulau Penang, Pinang, 11050, Malaysia | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 1 Jalan Teluk Bahang, Pulau Penang, is near Kek Lok Si - Monastery on Crane Hill, Penang Botanical Gardens, Monkey Island, and Bukit Jambul Orchid & Hibiscus Garden and Reptile House.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Independent (SPHC) Mutiara Beach Resort Penang Pulau Penang

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Travel Blogs from Pulau Penang

Ferries, ferries everywhere

A travel blog entry by eddlauren on May 19, 2015

11 photos

... an excessive amount of names for 1 little animal). I also ordered prawn dumplings, I hadn’t had any of those in a while; I almost didn’t ordered anything as I there were shark fin options on the display table - the bunny hugger in me convulsed at the thought of how said fins were acquired: it was inhumane and down right cruel.

We finished our meals and headed back to our hostel in a less round about way than we had arrived, walking past cute ...

Penang

A travel blog entry by tom_hannah on Mar 19, 2015

31 photos

... the Thai-Malaysia boarder in the morning was pretty painless and meant another free visa- yay for our past Imperial days! For the final leg of our journey we were joined by another British guy called Jonny and a chatty Malaysian man who had lived in Leeds many years ago! We arrived in Butterworth early afternoon and took a short ferry ride to Penang island. By this point we were pretty grimy and were in desperate need of ...

Talbot the Tank Engine

A travel blog entry by alex.talbot on Mar 02, 2015

12 comments, 6 photos

... has been an early train to catch and that often means skipping breakfast. Fortunately, most Asian train stations have hawkers knocking around in the wee hours of the morning selling all sorts of food – one of which, often being the mighty bannana. Now, with my basic understanding of Asian languages not extending to the level required to order a smaller bunch, I have, on more than one occasion, walked away with 20 more banannas than is required for my optimal level ...

The Cultural Side of Penang

A travel blog entry by govanteam on Dec 14, 2014

1 comment, 28 photos

... still in a constant state of improvement through features and upgrades. At the very top there are many temples, mostly Hindu, but there are also Buddhist and Muslim. I noticed the swastika sign a couple of times, primarily on temples. As you probably know, the swastika was a lucky sign before being used by the Nazi's.

On returning to the bottom, next decision was to take the Hop On Hop Off bus tour. Anyone who has travelled will always recommend this attraction for ...

Penang hill and late night whiskey

A travel blog entry by jw.jm.travel on Nov 11, 2014

... as an artist, his wife's work as a journalist, their life as travellers and living in japan. It was such great fun! As we sat their drinking unlimited glasses as they insisted, we watched a crazy thunderstorm! The lightning and thunder were super loud ad the streets flooded within seconds! I really loved doing this at the cottage back in the day! I noticed also that the water is cleaner here. In koh samui when the roads flooded the water was black! But there, the ...