Vistana Penang Bukit Jambul
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... bread with small lentil dahl curries an d condiments. I had my first pau (Chinese steamed bun) of this trip to Malaysia and last but definitely not least we ate street burgers - apparently not the highest quality ones available on the island, but greasy, hot and delicious and as the name suggests, purchased from a man cooking on a stall in the street. I think street burgers are the Malaysian answer to the British kebab - best eaten far too late at ...
... far cry from the bring your own or the standard coke or Tiger selection (not that there's anything wrong with a cold Tiger with a curry...) but it was so refreshing to be able to have other drinks on offer from ice rose milk, mango lassis to warm masala and almond teas. We worked our way through several of the hot and cold milky drinks, which went surprisingly well with the spicy curry and the almond milk was a huge hit with the locals, with many taking extra big bags ...
... an old toilet on one of the water village jetties. It was a hole in the jetty, going directly into the water. Glad we didn't swim there !! I hope the sewage system is better in the houses on the jetties now. The bus system here is great. We caught buses everywhere we wanted to go on the island. 1 day we went to the botanical gardens (by bus). That wasn't much to look at, but at the bus stop waiting for the bus back to town we met an interesting couple ...
... hour ahead). Bus, ferry and then two more buses. They were all private so travelled in relative luxury the whole way. Also managed a few wee naps on the way which helped. When we arrived in Penang we went for food at the Red.. Something food court. Basically a big centre area filled with chairs and tables and loooooads of food places around the outside. All very Malaysian/oriental. ...
... says. Good food and we even get to scribble on his travellers wall this time.
After much debate we decide to spend our last few nights in Asia in Langkawi, a large tropical island off the north coast of Malaysia, so close to Thailand you can see it! So on our last day we are up early and heading to the jetty.........we hang around for a long time with a lot of other tourists waiting for our ferry and a slightly choppy 3 hours later we arrive in Langkawi for a few much loved beach days. ...