Eden Fairway A Location
Condo | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Eden Fairway, this 3 modern bedroom apartment 1100 sqf on level 8 comes with Mountain view and partly Sea view into the heart of Batu Ferringhi
The Eden Fairway provides the perfect backdrop in an idyllic location for your holiday, where the delights of coastal living are virtually at your doorstep, allowing you to submerge yourself in a sumptuous synergy of sun, sand and sea.
The condominium is conveniently located near basic amenities such as banks,
mini markets and food stalls.
1 King size bed, 1 queen size bed
For the 5th and 6th person we can place 2 solid folding beds.
Note flexible check in and check out time!
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Batu Ferringhi 200 m|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Bayu Lepas 35 km, Nearest railway: Butterworth 35 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Air conditioning, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 8|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, BBQ|
|Access||Wheelchair users, Secure parking|
The Penang Island region
The island of Penang, also known as the pearle of the orient.
Penang is an island with a wide variety of landscapes and things to do. Penang has a lovely climate, a beach and an untouched jungle. The roads are well maintained and there are lots of things for sale for example Potatos, peanut butter and many other European products. Do you prefer to eat out? Well, then you will be spoiled for choice with a large variaty of cheap or expensive restaurants.
On Penang you will find the town of Georgetown which has lots of shops and places of interest. One of the best and fun ways to discover Georgetown is by bicycle taxi. The driver will tell you with pride all there is to know about his town. You will be driving through Chinatown, Little India and you will visit one of the beautiful tempels.
We also recommend a trip to Penang hill, where you will have a lovely panoramic view of the island and you can also see the mainland of Malaysia.
From Penang you can also go on a trip to for example the cooler regions like Cameron Highlands. Or you can go on a boat trip which takes 2 1/2 hours and will take you to the island of Langkawi with its beautiful beaches. It is also possible to make a city trip to Kuala Lumpur from Penang. The best way to travel is by plane with Airasia ( the cheapest ) and this will only take you 45 minutes.
Penang is a lovely island to escape the cold winter months. It is least effected by the tsunami and ready and able to receive guests.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ISLAND:
Teluk Bahang ( fishermans´s village ), Butterfly Farm, Tropical Fruit Farm,Kampungs in the south, Penang Hill, Kek Lok Si temple, Jungle walks from Teluk Bahang Penang Bridge, Botanical Gardens.
IN BATU FERRINGHI:
Beaches, Shops, Pasar Malam ( evening market ).
China Town, Little India, Komtar, Fort Cornwallis, Clock Tower, Espalande, Koo Kong Si, Fat Tze Kong Si, Yap Kong Si, Street of Harmony, Trishaw ( cycle taxi ), Thai temple and Burmese temple ( Lorong Burma ), Lorong Bangkok ( beautiful Chinese houses), Lorong Kulit ( daily market ), Houses on stilts( near the jetty ), The Garage.
BUS: Bus from Georgetown to Batu Ferringhi, which is the best way to travel, goes approximately every 20 minutes. Fares are really cheap RM 2,- for one way ticket.
TAXI'S: Whenever you travel by taxi make sure that you come to an agreement on the fare before you drive. From Georgetown to Batu Ferringhi should not cost more than RM35,-. From the Ferringhi Beach Hotel to Batu Ferringhi should cost you about RM10,- and from Tanjung Bunga to Batu Ferringhi about RM15,.
SHOPPING: Gurney Plaza, Island Plaza, Midlands Park, Komtar, Pragin Mall, Queensbay Mall, Bukit Jambul, Pulau Tikus, The Garage.
MARKETS: The best known evening market ( Pasar Malam ) is in Batu Ferringhi and a daily market in Lorong Kulit in Georgetown ( fruit, vegetables and a flea market until 2 pm ).
EAT: Everywhere cheap and safe, even at the hawker stalls!!! All foods from different regions are represented.
Batu Ferringhi, situated along the coastal road north-west of Georgetown and lined with a string of international-standard resorts, is the most popular beach in Penang.
Batu Ferringhi used to be a small fisherman village. You can still see the remains of it when you turn towards the sea just after the Park Royal Hotel. Here you can still find the houses of the original inhabitants of Batu Ferringhi . There are also several small restaurants, where you can eat in the evening. Many people go for trips on the island, as Penang is an island where there is always something to do and no chance of getting bored.
Soak in the sun or unwind on the beach while you enjoy a host of aquatic thrills from wind-surfing to canoeing. For a spine-tingling adventure, try parasailing to enjoy the view of the beach from the sky. Horse riding is available as is jet skiing and the usual beach pursuits for the adults and children.
Boats sail to for instance Monkey Island (no island, but a beach) where it is possible to snorkel. Another possibility is to book an excursion to Pulau Payer (just over a hour by boat), where you can snorkel amongst the Coral Reef and feed small sharks.
As the sun sets, Batu Ferringhi comes alive with a carnival-like atmosphere with an open-air bazaar selling anything from ornate curios to enticing souvenir items. Watch local artisans demonstrate the intricate art of craft-making and batik-painting. Dubbed the Ferringhi Walk, the bazaar offers shoppers a host of attractions.
The bazaar is held every evening of the year along the footpath that runs on either side of the main road that winds its way through Batu Ferringhi. Many bargains are to be had for the smart shopper, so make sure that you do bargain the price as that is what you are expected to do. Stalls sell everything from clothes, DVD's CD's, jewelery and other local and imported handicrafts.
You can have dinner at any of the many restaurant available. For instance House of Kampong, Deep Sea, The Last Drop or the hawker centre I Love You café and Long Beach Cafe. At the hawker centre you can choose from European, Indian or Chinese food. A great meal for four persons including drinks will cost you about RM 60. A small beer at the hawker centre costs RM 7 and a large (750 ml) RM 12. For a wide selection of European foods it is best to go to The Ship. In this replica of a galleon they serve an excellent steak. At the fish restaurant Eden, they serve the best fish dishes. During the weekend the restaurant is very busy with people from Georgetown. A taxi ride to town will cost you about RM 35 and a bus RM 2. The bus is a lot cheaper and more fun, but a taxi will get you there quicker.
Other attractions include the Butterfly Farm, Botanical Garden, Wat Chayamangkalaran Buddist Temple with the famed Reclining Buddha, Penang Museum, Fort Cornwallis to name but a few attractions
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