Puteri Bayu Beach Resort
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... t have much choice, our bags were taking up and all the spare seats
We were on the train until 2pm; it was an awfully long time, even though it was comfortable, there was no food/drink available
We eventually arrived in Penang, hot, hungry and thirsty, Polly went off to by ferry tickets and bus tickets, we then got a ferry to this island, no idea why, we have come here, it’s just for one night, we got here at this rat hole called ...
I had trouble finding affordable accommodation and found it for only two nights because the weekend is all booked by the people of Ipoh and Kuala Lumpur who flock to this beautiful island not far from their cities.
So for the weekend I'll have to change hotels, but do not despair, and while I enjoy the place.
This afternoon I spent hours before at the beautiful beach of Kuala Nipah close to my hotel and then at ...
... to find the amount of cooking styles available to add to chicken, prawn or fish. The styles that really appealed to us were Nyonya, Sambal, Sweet 'n’ Sour, Curry, Marmite and Thai. Thank goodness we’ve got a good few nights to try them out.
After grabbing some snacks and Annabelle finding her favourite strawberry ice lolly which she first had in Bali, we headed back to our room to chill out and get ready for the next day. ...
... so I just sit put. Sure enough, all the people that stood up, then scramble back to get a seat, as this wasn't our stop. I find if you just follow what others aRe doing, it usually works out. The next ferry stop sees a flood of people getting off, I wait until the end and head out the porthole. There is a sea of taxis outside, along with people offering to rent you a scooter. The town has a main drag with some shops along it, off to the left of the ferry exit, past the ...
Our first impressions of Teluk Nipah, home of our guest house, were not encouraging. Work was in progress on the beachfront. The builders were constructing some hideous concrete restaurants and the beach was literally a building site. Our very friendly and informative guest house owner assured us, though, that Coral Beach, a mere five minute walk away, was very nice and wasn’t affected by construction works.
Wishing to see for ourselves, we ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking