Traders Hotel Penang
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- Drycleaning onsite
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Arrived at the airport just after midday, leaving KL with a bit of turbulence and a bumpy landing. Our second flight with with Malaysian airlines and we actually find them a bit rough in all aspects. Nice planes but it stops there.
We had Mr Lee pick us up for 50 ringgit, highly recommended him and you can contact him on leepg2600@gmail. …
Today is day 7 of being in Malaysia! and we spent the first 5 days in the lovely cultural melting pot of Georgetown, Penang. For some reason, Georgetown stuck out to both of us as somewhere we were looking forward to visiting even though we hadn't done any research on the place and didn't really know what to expect... all we knew was that it was on the Malaysian island of Penang, and had some nice architecture. What we realised when ...
Elaine was still hopeful of receiving the paperwork from Thailand today, in the hope that she could lodge her application with the Thai Consulate and have it approved by them before the start of the weekend. I was enjoying my extended holiday in Penang. We found a photocopying shop just around the corner from the hotel and obtained their email address so that we could send the ...
... same as the previous day including a trip to the national Museum to learn about the history of Penang and the diverse cultural mix. That evening we said goodbye to Georgetown and made our way to the train station for our overnight journey to Kuala Lumpur. Nothing noteworthy to say about our one day pit stop in KL other than it was spent finalising our rough itinerary for the Philippines as well as an afternoon trip to the ...
... cameras on display and they had a darkroom and other things set up. After that we went to the cat cafe, we had some elaborate cake and then got to play with the cats. Our favourite was a really ugly cat called Orange. Then we went to the museum of coffee and chocolate, so ridiculous, there were a lot of free samples though. In the evening we went to little India for an curry, it was really tasty but we weren't given ...