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We did a little bit of everything, and whole lot of nothinggg - Hanging Gardens of Bali - The Villas at AYANA Resort (cliffside) - Bulgari Resort Bali (Cliffside) - W Seminyak Our Instagram: @christineyuns @fantasticmrkenny
382 sqm ( 4112 sf ) duplex located at the stigma of the hibiscus rooms with fountain view and full sea view glass panel on the floor to view the marine life below 4 bedroom with attached bathroom large living and dining area bar counter with kitchen 2 Infinity pool in the balcony area spacious bathroom with sauna powder room Full write up here: http://www.submerryn.com/2017/02/lexis-hibiscus-port-dickson-a-perfect-family-destination.html
After our trip to Langkawi, we headed to Georgetown, in Penang, Malaysia. One day we walked around and did all these things in a single day. More coming on: http://migrationology.com/ Penang, Malaysia is an island just off the coast of the West Coast of Malaysia. It’s one of the most famous areas of Malaysia, especially known for its rich and diverse culture and for its food - many people come to Penang just to eat - as did I. Ying and I arrived to Penang from Langkawi, and we stayed in Penang for about a week, doing some work, and eating out way through the city. One day though, we decided to put on our shoes and go to visit as many of the attractions in the center of the city as we could. So this travel videos is an overview of the top things to do in Georgetown, Penang, but also a travel guide as well. Hope you enjoy to! To begin the day, I started off with a Penang tourist map and located all the places we wanted to go. Since we were staying close to the Georgetown World Heritage Inc., that’s where we first decided to stop. It’s more of an information center, so after just a few minutes we continued on our way to the Chew Jetty, one of the couple of Chinese docks where homes are built over the water. On the way though, we walked through Lebuh Armenian (one of the most famous streets in Penang), past George Town street art, and also briefly stopped at Cheah Kongsi. The Chew Jetty was a nice place to walk around for a few minutes, there wasn’t a lot to do there, but mostly some small souvenir shops and some nice places to take photos. We continued walking and passed the Queen Victory Lighthouse and then we continued on to Fort Cornwallis, a British built fort, and the only fort in Malaysia - though as they said it wasn’t ever used for battle. I was a little disappointed visiting Fort Cornwallis in Penang because we paid a pretty big entrance fee, but there really wasn’t anything to see inside - I could have seen it all from the outside. Anyway, we continued on walking around Penang, and then circled back past a cathedral. By this time we were getting quite hungry, so we headed into Little India, and then continued to a famous restaurant called Kapitan for tandoori chicken. I didn’t know they were really famous for their rice biryani, but I got a couple pieces of tandoori chicken and naan, it they were both incredible. In the afternoon, we first stopped at the Goddess of Mercy Temple in Penang, and walked around for a few minutes, and then continued on to Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, one of Penang’s main attractions and a place I was really looking forward to visiting. Mr. Cheong, an insanely wealthy Chinese business man built the Blue Mansion and it has now been restored and it’s actually open as a hotel, but they also give a couple of guided tours each day. The tour took 45 minutes, and it was beautiful to see. The only thing I wish is that we could have seen a little more of the Blue Mansion, because unfortunately we didn’t get to see much, but mostly listened to the history of the mansion - still it was worth seeing in Penang. To finish of one day of things to do in Penang, Georgetown, we visited the Kapitan Keling Mosque, and then lastly we went to Khoo Kongsi. For dinner to end this day in Penang, we went to a restaurant to eat dim sum, and a few other Chinese dishes as well. Thank you for watching this “things to do in Geogetown, Penang” travel video. Hope you enjoyed it, and hope it will give you some ideas for what to do when you visit. More Penang street food videos coming soon! Music in this video is from Audio Network Filmed and created by Mark Wiens and Ying Wiens: http://migrationology.com/blog & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/ & http://www.travelbyying.com/ Make a donation: http://migrationology.com/donate/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Twitter: https://twitter.com/migrationology SNAPCHAT: migrationology Thank you for watching!
My Oceanfront Pool Villa at Ritz Carlton's brand new Resort at Langkawi. Great place and a lovely Villa - 200sqm spacious, well furnished, amazing views over the Andaman Sea and my own private pool. A tour of the Villa, some local wildlife, in room dining at night and I love those cute monkeys in the tree...
Eunice and i decided to take a trip to Penang to have a short holiday and to celebrate her birthday. We stayed at Lexis Suites where they have a private pool for every room. This was our first day, we pretty much just stayed in the room all evening. It was real nice.
NICK DAVIS is a Malaysian singer-songwriter, and music producer. Raised in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, Davis began his musical career in 2008 at the age of 20, forming his first acoustic trio under the name of The Snow Symphony. He then later joined the band Rosevelt in 2010 taking the role of a vocalist and frontman who later went on to open for American alternative rock band, Incubus in 2011. In 2012, he decided to return to his solo music career and released his debut single, Lost In Time, now garnering about 100,000 views to date on youtube.
In less than a year after Lost In Time was released, he was chosen as one of AugustMan Magazine's Man Of The Year in the Music category. He then went on to release his next single titled Liminality in early 2014. The song stayed on HitzFm MET10 for 14 weeks, breaking the record of the longest duration that a song stayed on the charts.
In 2015, he took a year off to master the art of classic and modern barbering and was featured by Remy Martin as a multitalented individual and artist.
And now, with a new released single titled Time & Space, a collaboration with Malaysian producer and film scorer, Onn San is set out to take over the local radio waves again, he is back in the studios with his new alternative rock band project under the name, SONS OF LIBERTY with an EP scheduled to be released by March 2017.
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