The Northam All Suite Penang
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... find! You could help yourself to tea and coffee all day and enjoy it sitting on a comfy sofa watching one of the many DVDs available of books from the bookshelf. Love lane was a great steer to stay on pretty and quiet with a few coffee shops and one little restaurant which played live music every night. All in all I loved Georgetown and would highly recommend the trip to indulge in some history and to simply enjoy wandering around pretty little streets and eating great ...
... features. It is minimalist and chic! Vast open corridors with simple seating areas and retro light bulbs it makes For a very pleasant haven from the hustle and bustle of the main streets in Penang. We even get breakfast, tea and coffee, not to mention shampoo and hot showers! My expectations of accommodation have changed, maybe I am more like my mother than I wish to think. But I have learnt that that isn't a bad thing, it is ok to alter your expectations. Sometimes change is ...
... a number of levels each with a different theme. There is an elevated walkway,the OCBC Skyway between two of the larger super trees for visitors to enjoy a panoramic aerial view of the gardens. I can tell you,they sway in the wind and move when people make their way around the viewing area. It was an absolute visual feast and we were totally inspired with the overall experience. We walked to a MRT station and caught a train to Orchard Road to join some of ...
... rarely a vehicle horn heard and the bus drivers stop the bus to wave us across the road, (they are also so lovely and helpful, one driver stopped the bus for us and walked us over to make sure we got the correct one we needed to get us to the hotel).
Malaysian people we have met in other parts of the world have told us to go to Georgetown for the food, they have raved about how good the food is here and what we should eat. We are not disappointed and ...
... can be Hakka, Nyonya, Cantonese, Hokkien, etc. to Indian, from North and South India, Balinese, Thai, Japanese, Korean, and a fusion of all of these. Signs for Western food is everywhere and the few we sampled left much to be desired. To satisfy our craving for burgers, we did indulge in MacDonalds and Burger King, once each but I would not recommend the hotdogs. The food is definitely spiced; it does not necessarily mean "burning hot" but it ...