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Re: My Favourite City in Malaysia, George Town.

Travel Rob ·
Great informative blog with terrific photos Janey Mae! Welcome to TravelGumbo! The street art of George Town looks amazing.
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Re: My Favourite City in Malaysia, George Town.

TravelingCanuck ·
Very good post. Looks like an interesting place. That's the beauty of getting negative opinions about someplace from others. You get to be pleasantly surprised when it turns out not to be so bad. For my wife and I it was Paris in the late 80s. So many people said how unpleasant it was. When we went there we had such a great time we extended our stay another 3 nights. We cannot wait to return again.
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Re: My Favourite City in Malaysia, George Town.

Travel Luver ·
Great piece!
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Re: My Favourite City in Malaysia, George Town.

DrFumblefinger ·
Great travel story! I'm also a fan of getting a little lost in most cities I try to visit. It's while wandering around not knowing where you are that your senses get more engaged and you take in so much more detail. Welcome to TravelGumbo. I want more!!!!
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My Favourite City in Malaysia, George Town.

Janey Mae finds George Town an unexpected favorite, and a great place to get lost, and be found in. Read on to share her adventure...
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Batu Feringghi Penang

Jayita ·
And what’s better than lazing and imbibing on the beach after an exciting jungle trek…?! Welcome to Batu Feringghi (foreigners’ jaunt), a liltingly long stretch of coastline about 5 km from Penang National Park. Glitzy high rises brush cost vibes against plush resorts, and rustic cafés and bustling shops nestle in the nooks and crannies of this very hip and happening corner of the city. Penang is like a picture book and this is never more exemplified than at this very spot. Remember to hit...
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Penang National Park

Jayita ·
From the time the bus starts winding up the picturesque coastal route towards PNP, you are filled with a sense of deep wonder and fulfilment, especially if you have come here after the chaos and despair of the CoVid pandemic. The green just blows you away… But then, you come down to Earth with a thud and realise that you have to walk a mile or so to the park entrance! But your senses are rejuvenated once more as you embark on a jungle trek through thick foliage and sometimes slippery trails,...
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