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Alora Hotel And Breakfast In Sri Nibong, Penang

OH YES, WE STAYED AT ALORA HOTEL, FORMERLY KNOWN AS B-SUITES, it has somehow become our regular hotel for the past few years when Andy was studying around that area.  It has since changed name and I did not know that the ground floor is still under renovation.  I booked through a website and it cost around RM140 per night without breakfast.  After all, who needs breakfast when one is in the food paradise! :)
The room layout is still the same... big and spacious.... 
Even the King Size bed can hold three of us comfortably!
Lots of space for us to move about.... 
More exercise for me to go on the walker.... 
The very next morning we had our breakfast at Sri Nibong... 
Our favourite stall is this one... serves Koay Teow Th'ng....
While waiting for our orders, we had Apom from the Indian Vendor opposite...
Yes, one piece looks like someone has just taken a bite!
Was he the one who left it there?
But I think I was the "culprit" cos I wanted to take a picture....!
After few minutes, our order came.... 
Oink Oink minced up... kind of oily on the picture...
And my girl has the yellow noodles with an added egg sunny side up!
Three bowls cost around RM13.50...
After our breakfast, we went to survey some roads to get familiarized... 

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  1. Hahahahaha!!!! Photobombed! That girl behind you looked so bored!

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    1. Oh oh.. I didn't realize it till you mentioned!!

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  2. Looking younger and younger leh....good food and good health do wonders☺

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  3. Looking younger and younger leh....good food and good health do wonders☺

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  4. Very nice apom! The oink oink noodles cheaper than Ipoh.

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  5. Very nice breakfast! Better than eating at the hotel.

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    1. Exactly! Unless they provide, then have to eat... a bit!

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  6. haha!! someone broke the rule without waiting for the camera to eat first!! of course he has to put it back even if he had given it a bite, haha.. hey, the noodles look very nice leh, can see the soup being very flavorful and "sweet" woh.. RM13.50 for three bowls, aiyoh, cheap la~~

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    1. One bowl in Klang valley can cost that much too, huh... :)

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  7. Hotel room is so spacious & bed is huge. Your breakfast looks great. Yummy!!!!

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  8. The last bowl of yellow noodle looked like instant noodle such as maggie mee. I have stayed in B Suites before. The rooms are huge.

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    1. Yes, it is that type of noodles.. my girl likes... yes, rooms are huge there.. can sleep ten people!

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  9. I have not had that kuay teow th'ng for many months already. Every time have to wait almost 1 hour for the kuay teow to be served, plus I live quite far from it now... >.<

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    1. Oh, you must try.. nowadays very fast service liow..

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  10. How are you Claire? Hope everything is great!

    Penang is a food heaven, I love visiting Penang!

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  11. My friends booked this hotel too when they visited Penang to run in Penang Bridge Marathon. :)

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    1. hahahaa..this hotel is not bad actually.. spacious!

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