Rainbow Paradise Beach Resort
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- 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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Travel Blogs from Tanjung Bungah
... which is an industrial area and port. From Butterworth we headed up the high way towards Ipoh. Ipoh is the capital city of Perak and is one of the largest cities in Malaysia. Its location in the rich tin bearing valley of the Kinta River made it a natural centre for growth. Limestone hills extend 20 km north of Ipoh and 20 km South. There are many caves in these hills. From Ipoh we continued up the highway to Brinchang then on to Tanah Rata and then on to Ringlet ...
... night, dumb and dumber tried walking through an automatic glass door which turned out to be a window... We only realised when we got up close and personal, about to touch it to make it open when we noticed the glue between each pain of glass. Uh yeah don't mind us! It's been a long day! Haha. Our little beds are so comfortable! I fell asleep with a great big smile on my face! And the pillow was even better! Ah, just what we needed after a long ...
We've spent the last couple of days in Penang. This morning we visited the Clan Jetties on the waterfront. These are historical Chinese jetties built in the 19th century and built on stilts over the sea. They're still home to Chinese families and some run little shops from the front of their homes. Even a little temple at the end of one of the jetties. Then we caught the CAT bus and went to Cheong Fat ...
... getting the shuttle bus back to the hotel and that was just enough time to eat really well - and cheaply. A typical meal would be:-- chicken satay x ten skewers with the most delicious cheeky dip (we so wanted that recipe) - a couple of large but crispy light spring rolls - a spicy fried noodles dish - sizzling garlic chilli king prawns….. washed down with a few chilled lagers and iced lemon tea. We would also usually round ...
... definitely didn't eat badly here, Wei Loon took us to eat all sorts of food, Penang had really good food courts or hawker centres where there are all sort of food stalls set up around a cluster of tables. You find food courts like this all over Malaysia, but in Penang there are LOADS! And they are open all day selling noodles, rice, fried, steamed, roasted, Chinese, Malay and Indian delciousnesses. I think I are char kwey teow at a food court at least ...