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Private Penang Island Tour Including Snake Temple
"In the morning you’ll be picked up from your Penang hotel by private vehicle. Drive along Batu Ferringghi Road a famous stretch of shoreline and enjoy panoramic views of the ocean. Your first stop is a batik factory where you’ll learn the traditional techniques of producing this exquisite Malay textile using wax and dye to make the patterned designs. Pass by the lush and green landscape of local fruit and spice plantations stopping at a fruit stand. Your guide will provide an introduction to the local fruits and spices such as nutmeg and clove as you discover how Penang first achieved fame during the famous era of the spice trade. Next head to the Penang War Museum
From $46.00
 
Mangrove Forest Kayaking Tour from Langkawi
"Your day will begin with a pickup from your hotel lobby. From there you will be taken to Kilim jetty for a boat ride to the bat cave.After that you will proceed to the fish farm and enjoy the opportunity to watch a fish feeding show. After this your kayaking adventure will begin. You will observe many exotic plants and animal species that have adapted ingenious ways to thrive in a habitat dictat kingfishers herons mudskippers fiddler crabs and monitor lizards. You will also go to the bat cave to observe the insect-eating bat that residing in it.After about an hour and a half of this truly informative kayaking adventure you will return to the fish farm for a delicious ""
From $63.00
 
Half-Day Mangrove Safari Boat Tour in Langkawi
"Your 4 hours journey takes you on a voyage of exploration through the mangroves of Langkawi to discover exotic plants and animal species. Many of them survive by ingenious methods in a dynamic environment of constant change dictated by the rise and fall of the tides.Following a short drive to the jetty get on board a boat and explore the mangrove forests and ancient limestone outcrops of the northeast of the island.Mangrove forests play an essential part in maintaining the ecological balance of the world. They influence the climate provide shelter and act as major nurseries for fish and shrimps.As you drift through the mangroves look out for the bizarre land walking fishes. Watch out too for bright flashing kingfishers
From $50.00

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reconstrcuted candis

There were around 8 candis reconstructed...apparently there must be hundreds of them. Somehow the magical of the reconstructed sites do not appeal to me - ithe photos of the finding in the original...
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Arrays of Casktes behind the museum

Behind the museums you will see an array of caskets. You must remember that unlike many chedis, these were not built to house ashes etc,...it is not a tomb temple. Archaeologists revealed that the...
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The park

Beyond the museum, you will need to walk along beautifully landscaped park which houses some of the sites. Many of the temple sites were reconstucted using the orginal materials. You will need walking...
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Visit the small museum

There is a museum Gallery One which is opent daily and it is free to the public. On ehte day we were there, the State minister was due for an official visit, so it was tip top!!! and people were...
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A very important ancient SEA history museum

Why I say so important? This Bujang of today is the Langkasuka of ancient time Hindu kingdom that specially build in the old peninsular of Malaysia for ships of India, Arabs, Persia, oChina and others...
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Things to Do Near Kampong Bujang

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Penang War Museum

This War Museum is situated at Bukit Batu Maung in Penang. It is an old former British fort manning by soldiers of different races – English, Sikhs and Malays soldiers. Its incredible to know how this...
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Cathedral of the Assumption

The Church of the Assumption was founded when George Town was first settled in 1786. It was so named because the first group of Roman Catholic Eurasians from Kedah landed in Penang that year on the...
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Chew Jetty

The Chew Jetty is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site which covers Penang and Melaka, and it is in brief a collection of stilt houses. It was first built more than 100 years ago as a clan jetty for...
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Burmese Temple (Dhammikarama)

The Dhammikarama Burmese Temple is just opposite the Thai Reclining Buddha Temple, both founded in the 19th century. This area ( Jalan Burma and Lorong Burma ) may have lived Thai and Burmese people...
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Penang Butterfly Farm -Closed until Dec, 2015.

In Penang Butterfly Farm, you can walk around freely in and invite all sorts of butterflies on your palm. There are so many butterflies and you enjoy seeing them with colorful wings. Its really an...
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Bukit Mertajam (BM)

Bukit Mertajam hill dominates the landscape on the mainland of Penang. In local Chinese dialect, it is called "Foot of the Big Hill". You can hike up the hill where there is a broadcasting tower...
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"Lembah Bujang ( Bujang Valley ), Kedah"
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Audrey118

"Lembah Bujang~Bujang Valley - archaelogical site"
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"Lembah Bujang / Bujang Valley"
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l_joo

"Bujang Valley Archeological Museum"
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