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 Eternal Spring Shrine.
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          Travel Blogs from Georgetown

          Paradise Lost - Paradise Found, Part 1

          A travel blog entry by brian.fearnley3 on Oct 17, 2015

          1 comment, 7 photos

          ... my first speck of light on the horizon,which gradually got larger and larger. "Welcome to Maratua" I had never been so relieved,we staggered up the Jetty on to dry land. Turned out that our boat was one of the latest crossings they had ever had. "We didn't expect you at this time,it's too Dangerous!" Apparently it's the danger of driftwood,hitting the small boats,some the size of dining tables,a Very Good Job we didn't know about that!! ( To be ...

          Hello Georgetown

          A travel blog entry by charlieomalley on Jul 29, 2015

          3 photos

          Today we arrived in Georgetown. After walking around, getting some Ringit and our bearings we found some accommodations. Lisa and Larissa got a hostel and I found myself a hotel. After getting situated, we walked around the town.

          Georgetown (spelled as George Town more commonly) was colonized by the British and named after King George III. It has a population of ...

          Back in the water!

          A travel blog entry by sagatatravels on Jul 17, 2015

          59 photos

          ... 8217;t appreciate it as much as the others. Hole in the wall for lunch a delightful restaurant on the water but in a mangrove swamp so muddy & very mosquitoes’. Bryan was the only game on & selected his fish from the farm a big one but he worked his way through really nice I must say as was our fish & chips. That night tried another of the restaurants in the Telaga bay area with a cocktail it was a good night! Had a ...

          Living La Vida Loca-L

          A travel blog entry by boldboomer on Mar 20, 2015

          6 photos

          We have done our fair share of travelling prior to our current adventure. Before we retired, we were limited by time dictated by our employers. Even as business owners, we were never completely away from the demands of the business. For family vacations, we made decisions based on what the family wanted to experience.

          This time around, we plan to step outside our comfort zones, connect with other people, cultures and ways of life. We ...

          Global Concepts

          A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Feb 11, 2015

          113 photos

          ... of people from the rest of Penang (which is basically a big China town). The Indians seemed slightly less patriotic. We went into a few sauri (don't know spelling) and jewellery shops which were fascinating, especially seeing how intricate they all were. The sizes were tiny compared to our standard. I couldn't fit most of the bracelets past my knuckles - absolutely tiny. The same can be said for a lot of the Muslims, especially those wearing ...