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Hotel Royal and Golden Sands Hotel, Batu Feringgi, Penang


For the next two days, we stayed at this hotel at Jalan Anson.  Since the hotel was quite full, the front manager was so nice, he upgraded us to a suite room at the top floor without any extra charge.  There is a living hall outside the bedroom, however, it does not make any difference to us.  All we want is a nice king size bed that can accommodate the three of us.
Yes, it is big enough for the three of us... 
The Living Hall... 
A very spacious hall indeed.... 
The spacious bathroom... 
One tub and one shower with two sinks... 

During the evening, we had a good buffet dinner at Golden Sands Hotel, Batu Feringgi which was giving a promotion at around RM42 per person.   Some of the portions of food I took during dinner... 

After the heavy meal, we walked off some calories at the beach... 
There was one man band crooning out the songs of the 80s... 
Perfect for the three of us.... 


  1. The hotel looks quite "ancient" and of course luxurious at the same time. :D

  2. The furniture of the hotel looks a bit dated but as long as it is comfy and clean, it is good enough, the price of RM42 per person for a buffet dinner is very reasonable

  3. What's that? Penang laksa? Looks good.

  4. It all looks wonderful! Is that beef and smoked salmon? And a nice large hotel suite.

  5. RM42 for a buffet is cheap! I dun mind staying in any hotel as long as it is comfy and clean. I once stay at Continental Penang Road and it was noisy as the pub below opens till 2-3am....

  6. RM42 per person for buffet is such a good price! The salmon and roast beef look so tasty!

  7. The room especially the big bed looks so comfortable.


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