Sunway Hotel Georgetown Penang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Indoor pool
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... at the airport and taken to our lovely hotel, Noordin Mews. 'Set in a walled tropical garden with its own private swimming pool, the main building is a classic 1920s Peranakan shop house in straits eclectic style with its own laneway Mews which was originally for trishaws and hand carts as well as the servants quarters century.' We have two large rooms and ...
... for hours,Fearnleys luck strikes again,we got halfway up to the sky bridge and it was that foggy we could hardly see a thing,ah,well maybe when we get to the top,we will be able to see! Not a chance,visibility down to a few yards,to make matters worse,well especially for a Yorkshire man,we were told that they were selling tickets for half PRICE!! Charming! Next port of call was a visit to The Genting Highlands. We had booked 4-5 nights,in a French themed resort called Colmar ...
... and headed out to check out the street art. Panang is a tiny island and became UNESCO world heritage site, since a global street art competition came to the island. It was to explore innovative ideas for art in public spaces- lots of expressive work around the place. Harmony street was underwhelming, weren't hungry so we waited until 5pm and had some Mee Goreng. Gutted to be missing the Georgetown festival and the Equal ...
... br> We were lucky to find a good coffee source but the local's "white coffee" can be addicting. It is referred to as white because the beans are not roasted but are instead cooked with butter. I am not kidding here. The coffee is sweetened with condensed milk. We indulged occasionally.
I am in awe of the local's ability to be multilingual, to switch from one language to another with ease. Almost everyone speaks English; we encountered ...
... felt a bit cooler up there but we still ended the time there were a cold beer and a mango ice cream. Down we went and on the bus back to George Town. We rested for a bit and then headed to Red Garden for dinner. We were hungry and got a little from multiple stalls. Delicious and so fun! The live music started and that was great too. You don't have to be great to entertain people and bring people joy! It was such a great ...