Vistana Penang Bukit Jambul
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Vistana Penang Bukit Jambul Bayan Lepas
Travel Blogs from Bayan Lepas
... choices are quite limited. The movie houses or cinemas are modern and they offer movies in English with Malay subtitles. The price for a movie is ridiculously cheap and affordable. I do take issue with the strict censorship; swear words are bleeped. Sean Penn's dialogue in "The Gunman" was hardly comprehensible. I was informed that Beyonce's concert in Malaysia did not materialize because she refused to compromise with her costurmes. Wine options ...
... 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 ...
... it had the same name as the street it was on - Kimberly, so after a quick pit stop I was back on track and made it to my room. I had some bad news from home whilst I was here so I wasn't in the mood for sightseeing or the walk up Penang hill I had planned. I was glad for some contact with family back home and a quiet last day here. I had lots of good street-food in Georgetown - banana leaf curry (several different curries and side dishes served on a ...
... are a few ways up to the top (820m above sea level - even higher than the cable car in Langkawi) via foot, jeep or train. Described as a slow chug to the top I opted for the train but it didn't provide much in terms of sights with trees lining the journey. At the top the view of Penang, specially Georgetown was superb. It was around 5pm at this point so a couple of hours before dusk but it was clear all around. As I pottered about the top clouds started to ...
... to taste the perfect cooked tandoori and dipped the buttery roti canai into the spicy shrimp curry we knew we didn't have to worry - it was all soooo good!! We begrudgingly left Sup Hameed and started to discuss which food centre we should head for next over a well deserved coffee. Nicola was keen to try some laksa as had tried some made by Michelle Percharde previously and loved it. As the best place recommended for this was a little way out of town we hired ...