Sunway Hotel Georgetown Penang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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The dollar is doing well in Penang and so are we. We love it here. The people, the cultures, the sites and most of all THE FOOD! After a 12.5 hour day on a train it was great to get to our hotel last night. The hotel by the way, costs the same each night that our hostel did in Singapore. But, it is much nicer …
... good most of the time. Getting around is very easy and cheap Tourists aren't treated like cash cows As a Muslim having halal food everywhere was a godsend, not to worry about pork Cons Georgetown wasn't that big of a deal to visit Food choices were limited to Indian or Chinese usually. Some places were quite dirty, smelly and run down. Photos: Malaysia ...
... fairly cheap in a food court, we decided this would be our best option, especially since it would also be air-conditioned. We were also limited to around 40 baht each to spend on food due to only withdrawing a certain amount the day before. Luckily, we managed to find our favourite Pad Kaprow for 40 baht in the food court. On our walk back to the travel office we managed to barter for two mangos – we knew it was a good price when the lady selling them got a little angry ...
... 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 ...
... of the guesthouse. Before arriving, I said that I wanted to make myself useful, and I spent most of the day driving around the area on the back of a motorbike with Burmese guy, nailing publicity boards for the guesthouse to Palm trees. It was good fun and I thought to myself jokingly that I was at last putting my expensive, prestigious MBA to good use. The Burmese guy is very nice, he showed me on a map where he from and invited me to ...