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Batu Ferringhi Penang

By at March 6, 2013 | 9:15 am | 0 Comment


Batu Ferringhi is the most prominent seaside location for tourists and residents on the Penang island. This lengthy stretch of gold sand is the center to a broad selection of resorts, water sports, shopping and leisure. On comparison, the coastline may not be as gorgeous as those located on some islands off Peninsular Malayisa, but you get a wide mix of benefits and

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Best of Penang Nightlife

By at February 16, 2013 | 4:51 am | 0 Comment


You will never be lonely as Penang is never quiet-- not even at evening. When it comes to chilling with your pals or new found buddies, there are many little pubs, bars and cafes in George Town. Chulia Road, Leith Street and Penang Road are backpacker locations populated with lots of little establishments serving cheap drinks and scorching snacks (road food is

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Best of Penang Attraction

By at February 13, 2013 | 2:04 pm | 0 Comment


When going to a destination, some things you could do without, while some things are considered the essence of a location-- so much to ensure that to miss them would certainly be as great as not having been to that location in the very first location. The very same opts for Malaysia's heritage island, Penang. Including a interesting and varied mix of cultural, historic

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Penang Malaysia Beaches

By at July 5, 2012 | 8:15 am | 0 Comment


If you ever are an outdoor fanatic who like to go to the seaside, you've come to the right spot. Whenever you got the opportunity to go to Penang Island especially the beaches, you're able to have a fun time here. You won't get to see very clear blue water, but all this will be paid out with fantastic sports recreation. Motor boat riding, parachuting, canoeing,

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Penang Malaysia

Penang today births the mark of a very early history of successive foreign influences – from the very early Indian World that took origin in north Malaya to that of the Portuguese, Dutch and later the British who involved this part of the globe in search of spices and kept to engage in the rewarding field.