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TravelPod Member ReviewsStardust Guest House Georgetown
This place has a nice open restaurant with plants sheltering it from the street. Had a room to ourselves and the hallways and bathrooms were VERY clean. Staff were friendly and it had a very home-like atmosphere to it. Wished we could have stayed another day.
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So even though this is actually our second stint in Malaysia after our brief visit to Kuala Lumpur last year, we were expecting big things from it! Mainly because we knew the rest of it would be nothing like KL!
It was a no-brainer to head north to Penang and Georgetown which is said to be the "food capital" of Malaysia! We were both …
... Tearing Aryan away from the more pricier restaurants again (bless his heart) we go to De Thai Tong Dim Sum, number 45 Lebuh Cintra as I am eager for a Dim Sum session. Everyone tries to bring as menu's, disappointed that we don't want to order anything else and just wait for the Dim Sum trolley to get to us. The old lady is ever so slowly moving around the jam packed mini plastic chairs and tables with a trolley full of steaming baskets. We wait and wait ...
... currency. There we also purchase cell phone cards for Thailand. Crossing the immigration is not too difficult. We meet one of the customs workers to have a signature on our Carne de Pase that allows us to leave Malaysia and enter Thailand.The sun is almost down and we have to drive fast to reach the next city. The most interesting city on our way for a short stop over is Krabi Town, approximately 345 km from the border on the West coast of Thailand.
... station so we knew where we'd be going the next day. Once we found the station we moved on and checked out Armenian Street, Masjid Melayu Lebuh Acheh, Khoo Kongsi temple and Sek Tek Tong Cheah Kongsi temple (which is undergoing an 18 month renovation). We headed back to the hostel later in the afternoon and chilled for the rest of the night.
Our trip to the Cameron Highlands and the cool mountain air coming up next.
... that one up and he was riding away from the kid behind who was walking his pet dinosaur! It is like a massive art gallery spread across an old historic town in seemless manner. A lot of the work is done by a Croatian lad, at least the more life like stenciled work is and he is very good at what he does.
The combination of food, art and chilled style kept us in Penang for longer than we planned, it was hard to get away from it. We started ...