Batu Ferringhi, Penang

This yesteryear spot of North Penang still rocks a touch of the ‘British Seaside’ vibe, favouring old fashioned deckchairs instead of loungers. The rest is pure Malaysia though; Laksa stalls, fish spas and burka clad parasailers!

There’s a decent souvenir market lining the main road from 8pm – 11pm nightly selling faux Mulberry bags, Premier League shirts, and bling jewelry, as per.

Reflexology massages and beachbumming are the activities of the day (A.K.A bring a good book.) It’s pleasant, but pretty low key.

Where i stayed; Roomies Hostel, a 3 mins walk from the beach & a rarity amongst the resorts.
Getting there; 101 bus from Georgetown 40 mins or 35RM in a taxi.

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. egoh
    Jan 29, 2014 @ 17:05:59

    Omg how fun!!


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