Traders Hotel Penang
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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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. …
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Penang's bridge to the mainland is a modern feat of engineering, and it also has a scarily long and steep funicular, all the way from sea level to the top of Penang Hill some 835m up. Quite a view from the top.
... back – and probably not worth it in the long run.
Tonight, we had a Road Scholar Private Cocktail Party up on the Lido Deck and then we all went to dinner together down in the Marco Polo Restaurant. These "Private Cocktail Parties" have been a fantastic place to get all the champagne you can stand. We got some good pictures of our fellow travelers at these events, but we’ll share these in a separate post at the ...
... at the Golden Sands 15 years ago so were very pleased when it didn’t disappoint their happy memories from before. We met up with friends Jenny and Alex for the week and lots of fun sunbathing, swimming and drinking cocktails.
We did manage to drag ourselves off our sunbeds and visit the surrounding area stopping at the tropical fruit garden, spice garden, batik factory and go to the Hindu Thaipusam festival. Thaipusam is a key ...
... station. I arrived at the railway station at 7:00pm allowing me just enough time to purchase the last lower level sleeping seat on the train to Krabi. I particularly enjoy traveling on trains, there is something romantic about it, and you can walk around and chat to people. I sat opposite a Swedish guy, who had lived and worked in Thailand for the last six years. He had done various things, including running a restaurant, and latterly he had earned ...