Pearl View Hotel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... with Svetlana, a nice Ukrainian girl who was working during her summers in Tunisia. Small world we live in! After the hostel bar closed, we went out to see George town's nightlife. While walking, I randomly saw the Kung fu girl, part of the street art in Penang.
We went to a local bar, where we had a few drinks and danced for a few hours. Then, we tried to get into some local clubs, but got rejected because we were wearing flip flops! Obviously we didn't really care, and got ...
... and graffiti appreciated and supported in this city as it truly was grand to see. With a couple of cold drinks to keep my energy up while melting in the city streets I was happy to finally find the main location in the city to cool off with a local dessert called Cendol. It is a combination of ice, sugar sirup, coconut milk, these weird green noodles and sweet kidney beans. I had heard tons about it and was excited to try, but I have to say it is the first thing I ...
... and he was in shock at how much we ate ha! We went for a beer after and bumped into Tom and Sophie. We haven't seem them in a month so it was good to catch up. 2 beers was enough for the wallets so we headed back about midnight as we had our bus to Kuala Lumpur booked for 11 the next morning.
Georgetown was a really nice area and the food places were just amazing. We both can't wait for Kuala Lumpur and exploring one of the worlds great cities.
... they did have a good time playing on the swing and made lots of new friends there.
Living on an island and trading with many countries by sea the clans extended their influences so the shore of the islands building clan jetties. Each one has the name of the clan clearly signposted on it and although many have fallen in to disrepair and abandoned this one is still a busy place. Lots of little shops selling tourist necessities including ...
... temple complex is the size of a small town and includes features such as the Pagoda of 10,000 Buddhas (that’s a lot of Buddhas!), the 16 dragon pillars, and a 30+ meter tall statue of Kuan Yin, the goddess of mercy. We spent over 3 hours walking around enjoying the beautiful colors, sights, and sounds, but it did feel a bit like we were at Malaysian Disneyland due to the crowds, the lights, and the ostentatiousness of it all. There were many Buddhist monks in traditional ...