Red Rock Hotel

Address: 202A Jalan Macalister, Georgetown, Pulau Penang, Pinang, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 202A Jalan Macalister, Georgetown, is near Tropical Spice Garden, Chichin Island, Dragon and Tiger Pagodas, and Penang Museum and Art Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Georgetown

    Last Train to Butterworth!

    A travel blog entry by erinanded on Apr 19, 2015

    ... Unfortunately we have to walk up two to three flights of way that's happening with these crazy suitcases weighing in at 25-27 Kgs. Plan B of course is to catch a cab which costs more and takes twice as long. Just locating one is a pain, because they are all hiding behind the terminal building. Our bags are so big only one can fit in the trunk, the other has to go in the front seat. That eliminates the first cabbie because he has his young daughter with ...

    Global Concepts

    A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Feb 11, 2015

    113 photos

    ... and metal frame (wrought iron) ones which are placed in front of paint-stripped walls which represent the 'streets that they adore'. I came across one and said to mum 'I hate all these bloody cars parking in front of the art so I can't take a photo'. The next think we knew a local came running across the road saying 'sorry, sorry' and moved HIS car so I could take a proper photo. The most embarrassing moment of my life. Seconded by going to a ...

    Well, we thought we lucked out yesterday…..

    A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Jan 27, 2015

    3 comments, 27 photos

    ... as well cross over to Penang Island straight away, as we were near the ferry anyway. 13 ringgits paid for the ferry crossing and the trip took about 30 minutes.

    It was congested when we arrived at Penang, a bit like tipping a bottle full of marbles upside down, but eventually all the marbles merged and we programmed the iPad for a block of condominiums where we were going to ask if we could stay on their parking terrain.

    I hopped out ...

    Deserted beach, the dragon and the rain

    A travel blog entry by humberwright on Dec 17, 2014

    12 photos

    ... the sand. On the way back we had some corn off as street seller. It was delicious. We jumped back on the bus to Batu Ferrenghi and went to the beach closest to us. This beach is just used for water sports. We walked along then walked back towards our place. On the way back some Chinese/Malay kids where working together on their youth group project and did a fake interview with me an noel about the weather. It was hilarious. They even put on ...

    Penang - First stop Malaysia

    A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Sep 30, 2014

    32 photos

    ... The temple upstairs was just so decorated and painted, it was almost too much. I can't remember coming to it last time we were here, but then again we missed a lot of the temples we saw last time. It was then time for air conditioned coffee.

    By accident we also saw a lot of the street art which Penang is now becoming famous for. Apparently in 2010 the government commissioned artists to either paint walls or do wrought iron comics around the old town. Lonely ...