Vistana Penang Bukit Jambul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
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... back onto the mosque including some derelict houses . We continued on our way passing several of the wrought iron caricatures that are scattered around the town and up loves lane and home passed the street art Kungfu girl. There are 18 paintings and 52 caricatures that are scattered around the city and my aim is too see them all . Saw a couple of the caricatures that did not take photos of but expect by the time I leave Penang I will have ...
... so while sunbathing or walking you need to be careful to avoid cars with jet skies or tourists. What else? Tens of food stalls and little cafés, no tax (duty-free zone which stretches to the entire island) and loads of jet skies. Feels but dull, overly touristy and plastic. All life concentrates around beaches- there is literally NOTHING else do to than sunbathing or water related activities. We weren't sad at all leaving this place after 3 days- as a matter of fact- we had ...
... and a Dutch man, live in the Netherlands. The second couple split their time between Germany and Malaysia. However, the real gem meeting of the day was with an old ethnic Chinese Malaysian (probably) gentleman who got onto the bus with something wrapped up in newspaper. This guy was very open and chatty and told Ben about the wealthy Chinese people in Penang and about his son in London, who has a successful fish business. Undoubtedly the best bit of the ...
... we saw the snake, eat the mouse but the snake was really fast. I wouldn't like to be the mouse! We kept looking at the snakes, dad got scared because some of the snakes were too big for his liking he was especially scared of the king cobra. We looked in the middle of the zoo when we saw a huge, 8 metre long snake! There was a sign above the snake that said 'You can enter the enclosure but we won't guarantee your exit'. Luckily, there was a yellow line surrounding the ...
Today was an early start as we travelled back over the causeway back on to the mainland to play our last game vs. the Penang State Sports school. The school is the main centre for secondary school sport and focus on five main sports (its too late at night to remember all five sorry!).
Whether it was the early start, the fact that it was the last game, or the high humidity, the boys were a little ...