Gurney Resort Hotel & Residences

Address: 18 Persiaran Gurney, Georgetown, Pulau Penang, Pinang, 10250 , Malaysia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 18 Persiaran Gurney, Georgetown, is near Penang Hill, Chichin Island, Dragon and Tiger Pagodas, and Eternal Spring Shrine.
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    A travel blog entry by joshandjenn on May 09, 2015

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    ... of killing a few hours so it was about 10pm by the time we left. I was very hungry by this point so went in search of street food. Many vendors were starting to close by this time but I found one guy who serves me some very tasty looking noodles and spring rolls. All for about 75p! The only issue was that they only gave me chop sticks. After a short YouTube video I slowly but surely ate my noodles and can see why people enjoy Penang's street food so much. 12th May - We ...

    Monkeys Everywhere!!!

    A travel blog entry by egianino on Mar 05, 2015

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    ... better listen to him. HA! We walked around the gardens for about 30 minutes and then we were off to Penang Hill. You can get to the top of Penang hill by hiking from Botanical Garden or taking a cable car from around the other side of the hill. We opted for the cable car!

    Penang Hill is 850 meters above sea level. We didn’t think to convert ...

    Paradise Found

    A travel blog entry by beardedwanderer on Feb 23, 2015

    ... we didn't warm to it right away. Or possibly it was because we were staying on Tonsai beach (the only place we could afford) which is a little cut off from everything. You either have to take a "shortcut" over a rugged climbing path or a 30min walk up and down the sheer hills of the jungle path (which really should not be attempted in flip flops) to get anywhere else on Railay. This made our daily return journey a bit of a trial as our favourite part of Railay was right at ...

    Georgetown: The interesting artsy melting pot!

    A travel blog entry by geogging-around on Feb 08, 2015

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    ... last full day, we headed out to Penang National Park in the west of the Island. The bus took about an hour along the nice coastal road and what looked like the Hollywood hills of Penang, Batu Ferringhi. Upon arrival we registered at the national park office and set off on the longer trail to Turtle Beach. It only took us about an hour to walk through the middle of the jungle and reach the beach and a meromictic lake (where natural and salt water do not ...

    Munching in Malaysia, murals and mad monkeys

    A travel blog entry by pcandjd on Jan 10, 2015

    87 photos

    ... of the island, we arrived at the beach and found a spot under the shade of the palm tree which seemed to be pretty much free of monkeys (thankfully). We lazed away the rest of the day reading and swimming on the beach and generally prepared for our time doing more of the same in Langkawi.

    As we were leaving on the last day, Eunice from the place where we were staying gave us a honeymoon gift that she had made - a great gesture and fantastic way to end our time in Penang.