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Located in UNESCO World Heritage Site of George Town, Areca Hotel Penang offers accommodations in Penang. Guests can enjoy meals at the in-house restaurant. The location is the best. There are lots of restaurants, cafe, street hawkers selling their...
Located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Georgetown, Eastern & Oriental Hotel offer 19th century heritage accommodations in Penang. After staying in Georgetown at a budget hotel, we treated ourselves to one night at the Eastern and...
Less than 1 km from Rainbow Skywalk at Komtar, Macalister Hotel by PHC is set in George Town and provides air-conditioned rooms. Great staff, rooms comfortable and clean. Loved the decor
Located in the capital city of Penang, Seven Terraces is only within a 5-minute walk to the significant Goddess of Mercy Temple and the popular Penang Peranakan Mansion. This is a small, friendly boutique property with beautiful decor and impeccable service.
Campbell House is conveniently located a 5-minute drive from Penang Museum and is surrounded by a variety of local shopping and eating options. From the monent I stepped into the House, the service & the hospitality was EXCEPTIONAL!..
Housed in a Chinese courtyard-style mansion, The Blue Mansion offers boutique accommodation tastefully furnished with antique fittings. The mansion is very well maintaining ,five star alike service ,breakfast is serve in western style...
Combining modern design with antique furnishings, Muntri Mews provides stylish boutique accommodation in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of George Town. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. Had an amazing stay. Linda and her team took great care of us.
A restored 19th century building, Yeng Keng Hotel is located in George Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Penang. It offers an outdoor pool, a restaurant and free Wi-Fi. The staff went out of their way to be helpful...
Set in a restored Anglo-Indian mansion, Jawi Peranakan Mansion offers well-appointed rooms with free WiFi throughout. Allover atmosphere and friendliness of staff. Felt like home!
Located in Georgetown, Le Dream Boutique Hotel offers modern accommodation with free WiFi access. It features a rooftop spa tub, a restaurant and a rooftop bar. Recommended Hotel. Everything is good. Convenient location of trademark places.
Situated in George Town, Penang – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Muntri Grove Hotel offers free WiFi access and tastefully furnished guestrooms. The staff is super dedicated to make sure everything go well during your stay. Spacious rooms.
Featuring a garden, Mclane Boutique Hotel is set in George Town in the Penang region, 700 metres from Wonderfood Museum and 1.2 km from 1st Avenue Penang. 2 minutes walk from love lane. This place is right in the centre of all the main attractions.
Located in George Town, within 600 metres of 1st Avenue Penang and 800 metres of Penang Times Square, Wifi Boutique Hotel provides accommodation with a shared lounge and free WiFi as well as free... Very nice interior, spacious and clean room
Set in a restored building, 23 Love Lane Hotel consists of 10 boutique-style rooms with free Wi-Fi. Feel like home. I will come back next time!!!
Situated in George Town, 1.7 km from Tanjung Bungah Beach, Hompton Hotel by the Beach features accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a fitness centre and a bar. We loved our stay. Super comfy, very friendly staff, nice breakfast and great views!
Offers modern and stylish accommodation, Neo+ Penang is located within the hustle and bustle of George Town. Very friendly staff. Room also same like the picture they give.
Noordin Mews is a boutique hotel housed in a historical building in central Penang. It offers an outdoor pool and provides free Wi-Fi throughout the building. On top of it just being a beautifully restored heritage building that makes you feel like a wealthy...
Located within 700 metres of 1st Avenue Penang and 1.1 km of Rainbow Skywalk at Komtar, Attic Hotel provides rooms with air conditioning and a private bathroom in George Town. Location is very near lebuh kimberly where you can makan and walking distance to komtar, prangin and...
Set in a restored private mansion, East Indies Mansion is located in the heart of UNESCO World Heritage Site of George Town. The hotel were perfectly situated in the old town. Tom, Sandra and Jess were extremely friendly.
B Street Hotel offers accommodation in Penang's UNESCO Cultural Heritage Site of George Town, and is located 5 minutes away from the Penang hawker centre. The bed was super comfy and the staff was kind and the most attentive of anywhere else I’ve stayed.
Situated in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Georgetown, Spice Hotel has a small café serving breakfast and all-day complimentary coffee, tea and tidbits. The bed was super comfortable and the room and check in area were so cute and clean.
Situated in George Town, within 300 metres of Rainbow Skywalk at Komtar and 1.4 km of 1st Avenue Penang, Macalister Terraces Hotel features accommodation with a terrace and free WiFi throughout the... Located at strategic location, easily access to the tourist places and local famous food.
Situated in George Town, less than 1 km from Wonderfood Museum, The Boutique Residence Hotel features rooms with air conditioning. This little hotel is a real Gem. Our room had a loft within which was a fabulous bath and shower.
Nam Keng Hotel Penang is set in George Town, within 1.9 km of Penang Times Square and 1.3 km of Komtar. Amazing service, quality rooms, great staff
They run free one side rides to Butterworth, should you be interested in making a short trip there. Though there is nothing to see much there. Butterworth is the closest railway station to Penang; in case you're looking at a train ride to an place nearby.
This is where you go to get information about how to travel wherever you want to go by public bus. AND be sure to take a walk out on one of the "Clan Jetties" -- the Chew Clan is right next to bus terminal
I missed my train. This stupid old fashioned ferry has no information and requires a ridiculous amount of climbing up and down stairs at Butterworth railway station when in fact the walkway connects to the platform on a level - except you're not allowed to use this connection. If they ever finish Butterworth station I think we will all be long gone. I remember it from 1999 and it was being rebuilt then, it's still being rebuilt now. The ferry costs 1:20 Ringit which can only be paid into a turnstile using the correct change in OLD STYLE coins. You have to queue ata ticket window to exchange new money for old and then have to put it into a broken turnstile with the assistance of a staff member. Why on earth do they still do this? The ferry is Ok but it takes twice the time it should to make the crossing by the time you have messed about with walking up and down. A little bit of modernisation would make this a more pleasurable trip! compare with the Star Ferry in Hong Kong which is old fashioned but highly efficient and a pleasure to use.
You only pay for single journey. Return journey is FREE. Bring along your camera for some great pics. Well planned Jetty with bus terminal. FREE bus ride available from Jetty (within town limits)-called "Hop On Hop Off CAT service"!