Seri Malaysia Marang

Lot 3964 Kampung Paya, Marang, Pinang, 7002, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lot 3964 Kampung Paya, Marang, is near Bukit Mertajam Town.
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Travel Blogs from Marang

Redang-The island of Blue Water & Sky

A travel blog entry by foodytraveler on Jul 31, 2014

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... to mention we captured lost of pics with the punch line "" STOMACH IN & CHEST OUT""

Next day we checked out after breakfast and dropped to Airport by our tour operator as per our flight schedule which was the last part of our package.

We enjoyed this trip at max and look forward for the next and meanwhile wish you to go to Redang and shared your enjoyable story with us.


Penang: Chinese New Year

A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Jan 31, 2014

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... began singing and the actors began acting. Then came the puppetry, the gamelan playing and the Chinese Yoyoing. There were battling performances, dragon dances and flash mobs. Walking around the packed streets, the air thick with the smells of food from all over Asia (we were bordering Little India, after all) we were constantly bombarded with new sights, new sounds, new experiences. We were presented with a tiny windmill gift from a man on a stall showing ...

Cobras Prohibited

A travel blog entry by gflacke on Jan 24, 2014

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... of grass growing through the cracks in the concrete. We thought maybe they were keeping her there as a back-up in case of a sudden milk shortage. A few kilometers past Candace’s place the road gets quite twisty and hugs the sides of steep hills as it winds around to the northwest side of the island (Penang is an island). The experience of driving in Malaysia is involved enough to dedicate an entire blog entry just to that (which I believe I did after last ...

Georgetown: Gorging n Gawping in colonial Penang

A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy on Jan 07, 2014

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... blaring out the latest Bollywood soundtracks. We had spent the entirety avoiding commercial Indian and Chinese restaurants mainly because it just feels wrong. If we were going to invest in the Indian food, Georgetown and it's little India provided us with the passport we needed. We enjoyed an Indian feast with the best coffee since Vietnam for the tiny price of £3.47. (Note we dined here many times and it turns out its part of a chain so I'm not sure how ...

Encounters in Georgetown

A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Sep 22, 2012

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... away back to the entrance of the park. A short bus ride led us to Kingsley’s flat again and we said our goodbyes, before squeezing in another visit to yesterday’s Indian place for some delicious pre-train roti and dhal.

“You know,” I mumbled, as I scooped the last bit of sauce from my plate, “maybe we should go to India one day.”

“One step at a time, my dear,” replied Helen, patting me on the hand, “one step at a time.”