Tanjung Bunga, Pulau Penang, Pinang, 11200, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pulau Penang

Code Cracker, Room Jacker.

A travel blog entry by charlottesweb


... hard for me. Nikita spent the journey with her jaw on the floor, and even that didn't matter because Singapore is the cleanest place I have ever been, I even felt bad where I flicked my ash off my cigarette. Arriving at the hotel I scamped off and hid as I was staying there illegally (always keeping it classy) I thought I'd go blend in with the shops, pah. Rolex, Cartier, Stella McCartney, me. No, I did not blend. I was essentially the fly in your drink. Instead of aimlessly walking ...

Dorm Rooms & Food on a Stick

A travel blog entry by jonandsam


... Unfortunately that particular food stall wasn't there tonight but we managed to taste the noodle dish from another stall, a lone man cooking at such a past pace. We watched as he must have fed 10 people in the 10 minutes we took to eat our food, all of his servings freshly cooked up and plated for the next customer. The dish cost 5RM (95p) and was delicious! After finishing here we headed to Chulia Street, buying a 'pancake' for 0.50RM (09p) which was ...

Malaysia, baby

A travel blog entry by johnnym


... a swanky housing estate. Going out I could we the skyline by day, back by night which was a lucky bit of timing. I'm a fan of the place, it's a great mixture of crumbling colonial architecture, particularly by the waterfront, old shop fronts in Chinatown, where I'm staying, and newer, high ride buildings by the sea front to the north (the ferry comes in on the east side). The train's late arrival, plus Malaysian time being +1 hour meant it was after 5 and I now ...

Snake temple and Baptist Church

A travel blog entry by pinklady27


... causing us both to jump backwards in the realisation that they were all real (albeit very lazy). Endowed with a new respect we cautiously edged round the rest of the temple noting the various snakes coiled around stands, roof beams, picture frames and trees. Apparently they are regularly milked of their poison, but what if they had missed one . . . . A much larger and more frisky snake was contained within a glass fish ...

Hungry Ghosts and more Buddhas than I can count!!

A travel blog entry by jennie_tewson


... a first for me and it was really good! After eating we take a stroll round the corner and Shirin shows me a street full of beautiful old colonial style houses. All the houses have been restored and looked after - all lived in and loved by the looks of it - so nice to see.

On the drive back to Chris and Shirin's we stop off to pick up a few things we need. In a side street we stop at a hawker stall serving 'pulled tea' a local favourite and another new experience ...


This hotel, located on Tanjung Bunga, Pulau Penang, is near Kenting National Park, Penang Bird Park, Monkey Island, and Chunghsing Pagoda.
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