Peking Hotel

50-A Penang Rd., Georgetown, Pulau Penang, Pinang, 10000, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Georgetown

Monthly Thoughts from Dennis

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers


... to bring things you don’t need. I have a better sense now, though, and so far I think we’ve done a good job. If I could repack I’d bring a few fewer socks, so I think I’m going to jettison some of those soon and replace them with some new shirts or underwear. And as for other items, I think the most useful thing we brought was the SteriPen, which allows us to treat water to make it drinkable using UV rays. It’s a ...

Day 17

A travel blog entry by leandglenn


... br> We remove our shoes and enter and kneel.
I don't know how I will get up again but I do as they say.
We have to place our hands in the Thai praying position and close our eyes and be blessed with holy water.
This seems to go on and on and I hear the odd strange noise coming from hubby as he is flicked a little more with the water :( I start to sway and wonder if my knees have stiffened) but then it is over.
We donate a little money and bid farewell. Very ...

Georgetown: Gorging n Gawping in colonial Penang

A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy


... next day we headed to Penang Hill. A train takes you to the top which makes for panoramic views of the state. It took us a while to eventually find it (the road signs weren't in English here!) and after making a lovely dessert stop (see pics) we arrived at the train station to find it closed. Instead we drove up and were faced with the almighty 30 metre tall Kek Lok Si Temple built by a Chinese monk in 1890 and is the absolute pinnacle for Buddhists living ...

Food Porn

A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia


... food blogs and online reviews (yes, people are very serious about their food in this part of the world) from posh nosh to street food, it became obvious there wasn't enough meal times to sample everything. With little discussion we elected a 4-meal-a-day regime, what the hell we needed fattening up....strap on the feed bags.

First there's Malay food, our favorite breakfast is laksa - a rich fish stock soup with shredded chicken, tofu, ...


A travel blog entry by broklutze


Duration: 9 Nights Places Visited: Malacca, Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Tahan - Taman Negara National Park, Penang. Exchange: $1AUD = 2.9RM Accommodation: Visiting many locations I used two methods of finding accommodation, winging it and prior organisation. It wasn't always a simple task. I stayed in a pristinely clean luxury 'flashpacker' hostel, a bunker located in the jungle with no luxury whatsoever and everything between. I had endured nights of no sleep by choice and ...


This hotel, located on 50-A Penang Rd., Georgetown, is near Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, Tropical Spice Garden, Komtar, and Penang Museum and Art Gallery.
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