During my recent family trip to Penang, we decided to stay in Eastern & Oriental Hotel Penang. The hotel is known as one of the Far East’s most prestigious and historic building of the British colonial era. The hotel is fondly known as “E&O Hotel’ . Eastern & Oriental Hotel has two wings- Heritage Wing … Continue reading [M’SIA HOTEL] Eastern & Oriental Hotel , George Town | Penang Hotel Review
So, I went Penang again over the weekend with another group of friends. This time round, I stayed in Airbnb and we explore Georgetown attraction places. One of them is Wonderfood Museum. Penang has quite a number of different museums around the island and Wonderfood Museum was established 21 November 2015. The Penangites are quite … Continue reading [PENANG TRAVELS] EXPLORING WONDERFOOD MUSEUM
Hotel Penaga is situated within UNESCO World Heritage Site, in the heart of Georgetown, Penang Malaysia. The hotel was converted from a cluster of 15 pre-war terrace and shophouses, facing Hutton, Transfer Road and Clark Street into a boutique hotel with 45 beautiful spacing rooms, a restaurant, bar and a lounge that maintains the hidden … Continue reading [PENANG HOTEL REVIEW] Staycation At Hotel Penaga | Georgetown Penang
My last trip to Malacca was 2015 and time flies! I am back here again to attend my friend’s wedding. I booked my 2-way bus ticket through online at S$25.00 per ticket. If you have friends in Malacca, I would suggest you to get their help to purchase the ticket back to Singapore there. It … Continue reading [M’SIA TRAVELS] 2D1N Malacca Trip Over The Weekend
I have been to Penang quite a number of times and usually spent my time in Georgetown or Bayan Lepas instead of Batu Ferringhi. So thanks to Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La, my bff and I ventured to Batu Ferringhi, north shore of the tropical island of Penang during our recent trip.Apart from Shangri-La group, … Continue reading [HOTEL REVIEW] Why GOLDEN SANDS RESORT BY SHANGRI-LA is your Family Friendly Choice to stay in BATU FERRINGHI ?
Johor is a southern state of Malaysia that is linked to Singapore by causeways. And with the recent currency exchange rates S$1 to RM3 , many enjoyed travelling over for a short gateway and one or two days trip. Johor Bahru city has its own beauty places that many have yet to explore. Even I … Continue reading [M’SIA TRAVELS] 7 FUN ACTIVITIES TO DO & SEE IN JOHOR BAHRU LIKE LOCALS