Ppisland Hotel

33A, Abu Siti Lane, Georgetown, Pulau Penang, Pinang, 10400, Malaysia | Hotel
Prices starting from $18.00

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Perusing Penang

A travel blog entry by ginapeach


Once we had made it through the taxi hawkers who were quite aggressive in vying for our business, we headed along waterfront past the Queen Victoria Clock tower. Unfortunately the clock tower was finished only a couple of days before she died. It’s about 80 feet in height, with each foot representing a year of her reign.
After the clock tower we had a very quick look at the exterior of the fort that was constructed by Captain Francis Light in ...

Day 226 George Town

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble


... group. They were all sitting there trying to complete the Rubix Cube. As I have previously been able to do it I set myself the mission of completing it again. It was hard going and I was constantly distracted by the conversation that was going on at the table. Eventually though I completed the last algorithm and the cube fell into place. Everyone was very impressed ...

Day 86: Georgetown - Grace's Last Day

A travel blog entry by mfln31


... who arrived in Penang in the 19th century. With the aid of a guide, we explored the mansion, delving deep into Chinese and Malaysian history. Despite the heat, we left the mansion in good spirits and headed for some lunch.

The evening culminated nicely with a trip to the cinema to see Divergent. The experience was well and truly made when we witnessed another member of ...

Stopping in Penang

A travel blog entry by travelwriter723


... and prayer session: quite interesting and impressive.

Also on our radar screen was Merdeka Square, site of British colonization of Malaysia. Here are structures which remain from the late 19th century and a fountain which was constructed in 1887. The square itself was site to many British social activities, including cricket matches.

We finished the night in Chinatown for dinner and met a great, young couple from Cornwall, England.

We ...

Time to eat

A travel blog entry by choy


... All dressed as women and with all the makeup, they still showed the clear signs of being male, and the voice seemed very difficult to control when using English. On the shadier end of the tourist street, the women in the street corners stood around, trying to attract customers, one even trying with singing, with seeming success. Another typical stop is the clan jetties, Chinese communities living in stilt houses on the sea. It was somewhat fun to see with them living ...

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This hotel, located in the Tlalpan Sur/South area of Georgetown, is near Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, Tropical Spice Garden, Chichin Island, and Penang Museum and Art Gallery.
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