Butterworth, Malaysia

Hotels in Butterworth

Butterworth Accommodations (4)
Lodge 18 Butterworth

Lodge 18 Butterworth

2.50 20 reviews

1 Lorong Bagan Luar Satu , Butterworth, Malaysia

Hotel Oriental Butterworth

Hotel Oriental Butterworth

1.50 3 reviews

No4989 Jalan Kampung Benggali, Butterworth, Malaysia

Hotel Palm Inn Butterworth

Hotel Palm Inn Butterworth

3.50 34 reviews

No 4802 Jalan Bagan Luar, Butterworth, Malaysia

Travel Blogs from Butterworth

Butterworth Travel Blogs (85)
Penang - Part 2, Penang, Malaysia travel blog

Penang - Part 2

A travel blog entry by penguinmad

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On Sunday 12th September 2004 I went to Palace Payar Marine park, this is near Langkawi Island. From Georgetown we took a ferry to the park, it took about 1 hours to get there, but sitting on the top deck of the ferry in the sun made it a very nice ...

Heading for the hills, Bus station, Butterworth, Malaysia travel blog

Heading for the hills

A travel blog entry by jawad

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... . I've just bought a Super VIP bus ticket which should pick me up in about twenty minutes. The bus station here at Butterworth is conveniently located right outside the train station, across the tracks and just past all the taxi drivers trying to pick ...

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I can't believe it's not Butterworth

A travel blog entry by stevejames

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Penang, Penang, Malaysia travel blog


A travel blog entry by mightylongway

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... passed out in their carts, trash all over the beaches and dodgy food, it was not as enjoyable as other places in Malaysia. Firstly a further quick mention of the Cameron Highlands as we had a good time there enjoying the fresh air, rainforest walks ...

Attractions in Butterworth

Butterworth Attractions (1)
Kelab Tentera Udara

Kelab Tentera Udara


Teluk Air Tawar, Butterworth, Pinang, Malaysia

This nine-hole walking golf course, set up within the previously Royal Australian Air Force Complex, has fairways that are as level as the runways. Membership was opened to the public in 1985. The uniqueness of the club is that, for the MYR30 fee, visitors are allowed to play as many rounds as they like. In between rounds golfers, players can make pit stops at the BAR where liquor is also served, and food of course. Trolleys are allowed and a caddy goes for MYR10 for nine holes.