Sunway Hotel Seberang Jaya Penang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... me that Dawn gradually Replacing the Receding Darkness and to be cheerful as my fortune is changing for the better. We left the temple and continued towards the coast and visited the catholic cathedral of The Assumption and then shortly afterwards the oldest Anglican Church in SouthEast Asia St Georges Church. it was an interesting contrast between the two the Catholic Church with all its stain glass windows and statues and the Anglican ...
... it has a massive clash of cultures and it's amazing to find a mosque on one side of the road calling out the haunting prayer chants whilst a Clan house of Chinese play mahjong opposite. That is something to see but besides that is not living up to expectation.Hence we are getting out of here as Dara said earlier "let's face it we are beach bums" I corrected her saying that although yes we required the sand ...
... smell in the place and general atmosphere encouraged us to trust the recommendation and chicken biryani, murtabak and naan were soon heading in our direction. The food was absolutely fabulous, flavours we'd never tasted before (even in India!), lots of spice, but not too much heat. All too soon we'd wolfed it down and it was time to pay the grand total of £4 for one of the best meals either of us had ...
And we thought yesterday was hard.... well let me tell you that was nothing. From Trang this morning, we caught a minivan to Hat Yai. The driver wanted us to pay for an extra seat for our bags (never heard of that one before) but we refused so we had to ride with our bags on our legs, which after 2 hours and 20kilos +, my legs were jelly and I thought my spine was slowly begin to paralyse. Moving on. Once in Hat Yai, we got dropped off 3km from the bus station so had to wait for a ...
... noticed a sign 'canopy walk closed today' nooooooooooooooo! We ended up going for a walk round the forest which was nice (not as nice as the canopy walk would have been though) and saw some little animals and stuff. The only people we passed were an English couple who had just finished a guided tour, and the very nice man walked us about 20 meters from where they were to show us a very poisonous snake, who was very well camouflaged, which was sweet of him. ...