Traders Hotel Penang
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Penang is truely amazing,and really is where east meets west. The people are a mix of Chinese,Indian and Malay with a bit of British mixed in ! It was a British colony until 1970's and so a lot of the Indian men wear shirts and trousers despite it being 36° and English army moustaches and in perfect queens English say " good morning madame " ! Is very funny. Penang also has red post boxes, and 3pin plugs !!!!! In good old British fashion we went to the ...
... we pulled under one of the many shelters that you see at the side of the roads in Malaysia,stopped the bike and spent the next hour chatting with the locals about our journey,many photos were taken,and once the rain eased off abit,we waved our goodbyes,and gingerly set off down the road,drivers were still overtaking us at seemingly impossible speeds for the conditions and later we saw a few accidents were cars had just aquaplaned and we're now crumbled wrecks,just hope the ...
... dark and the bat caves was a 5km walk, so we went on a boat trip to see the fireflies by the water. They were beautiful, looked like the trees were glittering!! The next day we kept the mopeds, had breakfast at a traditional Indian restaurant. Paid £1.50 each for chapatti, onion pancake, and different sauces and potato. Delicious but too filling, booked our bus ticket for the next morning to go to Cameron Highlands. ...
Penang is our favourite place so far. Everyone there is so friendly and welcoming, and there's so many different things going on that you're never stuck for what to do or any new foods to try.
We spent the first day wandering around, trying to find all the street art that Penang is famous for. At the end of a lot of the streets are these metal sculptures, with some information on the history or naming ...
... choices are quite limited. The movie houses or cinemas are modern and they offer movies in English with Malay subtitles. The price for a movie is ridiculously cheap and affordable. I do take issue with the strict censorship; swear words are bleeped. Sean Penn's dialogue in "The Gunman" was hardly comprehensible. I was informed that Beyonce's concert in Malaysia did not materialize because she refused to compromise with her costurmes. Wine options ...