Tanjung Bunga, Pulau Penang, Pinang, 11200, Malaysia | Hotel
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A room with a View

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... with an albino python a a pair of Macaws. The birds got grumpy with both Ross and Cam for some reason and the snake was not the most popular choice for all the boys (only about half were prepared to put it on their shoulders, and some were dumb enough to kiss it as well after being challenged by one of the parents!).

From here we crossed the 13km bridge and causeway onto the island of ...


A travel blog entry by camac52


... panoramic view of the island. Malaysia has big pollution issues from burning of all the undercover in the forests. As well we walked through Chew Jetty made up of homes and shops built on stilts in the water initially to avoid taxes. Our final stop was at a Batik shop where we watched how the different Batik fabrics are made. The ship sails at 2:30 so it is a short time to ...

Happy Ending

A travel blog entry by gflacke


... 8220;what on earth is a meromictic lake?” I didn’t know, either, but of course Candace had Googled it and it turns out it’s a rare type of lake with salt water and fresh water layers that do not mix. Apparently there are only three of these in all of Asia – this one, one in Tibet, and Jellyfish Lake in Palau – and only about 40 in the world. So the meromictic lake is quite a unique phenomenon, but unfortunately today it was dry.


Penang: gateway to my belly.

A travel blog entry by chinesetudor


... maps- food trail, art trail, cultural trail and normal map- and explained each one to us. It was pretty exhausting but still his obvious love for Penang got us excited too. I will follow Howie's advice again and base this blog on the order of maps he gave us. I was excited before about going to Penang, as being a bit of a 'lil Buddha', I like my food; and Penang is all about food. Restaurants are everywhere with all types of cuisine, stands and hawker areas are ...

Georgetown pt. 2

A travel blog entry by rednosefg


... to skip the next part of my trip- Langkawi. Sunburn and a few hours on the beach yesterday kind of put me off spending the next week with nothing to do but lay on the beach. So I'll spend a few more days in Georgetown and at one of the nicest hostels I've ever stayed in - the owners have just returned from studying in Manchester and are currently plying me with peanut butter candy! Tomorrow I'm going to attempt to reach the topical fruit farm again- wish me luck! P.s. 5173km ...


This hotel, located on Tanjung Bunga, Pulau Penang, is near Chichin Island, Dragon and Tiger Pagodas, Penang Bird Park, and Eternal Spring Shrine.
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