Sri Mariamman Hindu temple in Georgetown’s Little India on Penang Island.
A brightly coloured Chinese dragon on a rooftop in Penang against a clear blue sky.
“We sat down and looked at the menu. It was short, but laid emphasis on natural, freshly-prepared ingredients and hand-made pasta and pizza dough. This sounded encouraging.” Kay and Dave stumble across a little Italian gem in Penang.
Chinese shopfronts at sunset in Georgetown, Penang.
“As you’d expect, the Bayview has a number of eating and drinking establishments, ranging from a nightclub in the cellar to a revolving restaurant on the top floor! We checked most of them out during our stay…” Kay and Dave review the food and bev outlets at the Bayview Hotel.
“We made our way round the cavernous atrium to our room. As soon as we walked in we knew we’d got our money’s worth – it was clean and generously sized, with a comfortable king-sized bed and a splendid sea view looking over the Penang Strait.” Kay and Dave find excellent value for money at the Bayview Hotel.