Vistana Penang Bukit Jambul
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... flying down of course, into the water where I waited for him to come down. Yep, you guessed right, I was waiting a while at the bottom for him - he got stuck once again! We went on it again, with him going first so I could see what he was doing and he got stuck again. Third time, we went down together but he just slowed me down. I was pretty sure we could conquer this for him but time was running out and my patience of waiting at the bottom for him. He finally did it!! ...
... Just had a lovely dip in the pool with Charlotte. There's certainly a lot of body confidence going on around the pool area - sadly present company excluded. Some may wonder and question where some of that confidence comes from. Maybe from the poolside bar!!! Had a lovely cocktail with my husband (such an odd word when you think about it...cocktail not husband) up in the Ellington bar. Lovely view from ...
... was Penang's Camera Museum. The entrance fee was quiet dear but represented great value for money as the museum was very well laid out and curated and was jam packed with fascinating exhibits. We had no idea that so many developments in photography happened so early: the first photographs around the turn of the 1800s, the first colour photo about fifty years later, the first Polaroid camera went on sale in 1948, and the first photo ...
... Toast, then home to research for lunch and dinner! Decided on Nonya cuisine for lunch at a place called Mama's kitchen. Once again long walk to find, chockablock full with queues, but we went in and nabbed a table as someone left. Most groups are large so it is sometimes easier to get a small table. Appetiser offered (and accepted!) of fried anchovy, red onion and chilli. Delicious, with a lovely balance of tastes and crunch. Then beef ...
... ending up incredibly lost in which we must have gone around the shopping centre 6 times before we gave up and decided a taxi was the best idea. Penang has this deceptive way of making every street significantly different but when we were trying to find our way back, every street looked identical. After a tiring and frustrating day of travelling and getting lost, we consulted our Lonely Planet and the owner of the hostel who was a local and chose to eat at the The Red Garden. It ...