Rainbow Paradise Beach Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRainbow Paradise Beach Resort Tanjung Bungah
Clean, comfy and with good internet connection this place is wicked for the price. Only down side is that the front door gets locked at midnight.
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We caught the free shuttle bus from the hotel to George Town (Penangs main centre) at 11am which gave us time to sleep in and have a late breakfast (and yummy cake). We were dropped off outside a mall and the driver couldn't tell us where on our map we were. This left us wondering around trying to get our bearings, which luckily didn't take too …
An early plane meant getting up even early, a harsh reality. Down for an early breakfast which for me at least was postponed to go take photos of the sunrise over the pool/sea. The thought had always been at the back of my mind that upon returning the car we would have some sort of problem, them claiming we had broken/damaged something. This …
... so onward, we weren't about to give up. Then we spied a massive Buddhist temple with what looked to be a hundred foot tall Buddha in an immense open dome - closed. At dinner, we discovered from one of our table mates that today was a religious holiday- thus almost everything was shut down. Nice planning, cruise folks. Thanks! We were beginning to feel like this was a conspiracy. By the time we got back into town, it ...
Not having anything to get up for felt amazing for once! So we slept in a while but wanted to make the most of the good weather. We had breakfast which consisted of about 5 beans on toast and went by the pool. Annoyingly it only had about 10 decent sun beds so I ended up with a broken one. As soon as id got in the pool though I realised my skin was really bad and it even hurt in the chlorine which it rarely does. ...
Despite being prepared for torrential rain in Penang, we woke up to a sunny first morning in Georgetown and set out with two aims in mind. As Penang has been coined the food capital of Asia the first was to treat the city like an 'all you can eat buffet' and try everything we could get our hands on. Obviously we've been excelling at this but feel the incredible food deserves a blog post of its own. The second aim was to explore the street art and ...