The SpaceModern cozy just refurbished Condo with stunning sea view, just five minutes from the beach, for an unforgetable holiday in Malaysia, Truly Asia, with all care of luxury and comfort around you. Batu Ferringhi The Place to Be! For a short or longer period of time. Malaysia is a perfect country for the winter, to escape the cold winter months as well.
This lovely condo is situated in the town of Batu Ferringhi on the island Penang `Pearl Of The Orient´ and it´s quiet and peaceful, in the evening there´s within walking distance a lively center with large of variety of restaurants, eating stands and an amusing evening market. The most famous night market on the island!
This apartment consist of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large living room, large kitchen and balcony. Fully equipped, air-conditioned and with ceiling fans with remote control. The apartment has his own parking space. Security 24 hours.
The apartment is situated by a large swimming pool with waterfall, a terrace with tables, chairs with reclining chairs. This is situated in a beautiful well maintained garden.
Batu Feringhi, the place to be!
The energy of life, sea and beach only 5 minutes from the apartment!
NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion.
There is a minimum stay of 6 nights in the high and peak seasons.
For the 5th and 6th person we will charge extra.
These rates are including water, electricity, use of air-conditioning and bedlinen.
Refundable security breakage deposit required, to be paid on the spot and can be make in your own coin The security deposit will be returned if there are no damages done to the apartment or missing things at checking out.
FREE unlimited WIFI
* Strictly no smoking except on the balcony.
* Check in and check out time flexible.
* The apartment is on the 10th floor.
* Minimum stay 4 nights into the low and normal seasons.
Note flexible check in and check out time!
After a stay of 22 nights up till 2-4 persons our Monthly discount rental rates will be given till 4 persons of €1150.- Peak season €1275,-
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 para sailing 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 2 hours 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 center Coconut café and Long Beach Cafe. At the hawker center 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 center 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
The NeighborhoodKathu is the smallest of the three districts that make up Phuket. It covers the central part of the island from the west of Phuket Town to Patong and Kamala Beaches. The old village of Kathu is located roughly mid way between Patong Beach and Phuket Town and comes across as a small, communal town markedly less commercial than most areas on the island. It is home to a handful attractions and recreations such as Kathu Waterfall (great in rainy season), Loch Palm and Red Mountain Golf Clubs, Phuket Country Club and Phuket Wake Park (Formerly Phuket Cable Ski).
A nice way to enjoy Kathu and mingle with the locals is to visit its fresh markets that have just about everything on the offer, from food to clothes and household items. There are a few Buddhist monasteries in Kathu including Wat Kathu and the Kathu Chinese Shrine is the most important religious site for villagers as it’s where the famous Phuket Vegetarian Festival originated from. Getting AroundPatong is the most famous beach resort on Phuket. With its wide variety of activities and nightlife, Patong is an ideal place to party and play. By night the town has a bustling nightlife which includes literally hundreds of restaurants, beer bars, GoGo Bars and of course discos. The nightlife is centred around Soi Bangla (Bangla Road) however there are quiet parts of town.
Visitors hoping for a glimpse into the exotic East might not find it here, though the steaming hot streets, neon lights and chaotic atmosphere of Patong can be overwhelming for the new arrival. The key to full enjoyment of the place is to pace yourself, drink lots of water and learn the meaning of 'mai pen rai' - which translates roughly to 'It doesn't matter' or 'Don't worry, be happy'.
Jungceylon Shopping Mall in Patong
Phuket Shopping Complex
Standing downtown, diagonally opposite Bangla Road, the Jungceylon Shopping Complex has radically changed the face of shopping in Patong. The two main stores in the complex are Robinson - a gleaming well-lit upper end department store, and Big C supermarket.
The 200-plus other stores in this shopping heaven sell brand-name clothes, spectacles, sunglasses, cosmetics and perfumes, shoes, DVDs, computer games, tons of mobile phones and accessories, electrical goods but it is also a great entertainment haven with a five-room SF Cinema and a 16-lane bowling alley, perfect for rainy days or to escape the heat of the day.
Central Festival Phuket
Phuket Shopping Malls
Central Festival Phuket
Central Festival Phuket is an air-conditioned, fully equipped one-stop shopping mall lying just outside of Phuket Town. If you are coming from Patong, Central lies on your left, before the main crossroads as you enter Phuket. Rightly regarded as the shopping hub of the island, Central plays host to over 120 outlets selling products ranging from silk to sushi, from Levi's to laptops, from books to barbecues - if it isn't on sale at Central you probably didn't need it anyway. It's literally possible to spend a full day here - shopping, catching the latest movies, and dining out at the range of international restaurants that offer erything from French cuisine to Japanese to local Thai outlets.
Central has free underground parking in case you have wheels, but if you arrive by taxi or bus it's simple to alight outside and use the main entrance.
Central Department Store
The Central Store is a multi-level gold mine of products ranging from up-market clothing, fashion accessories, silk goods, bedding, household goods, toys and children’s accessories, travel bags, food, and drinks. There are also watch and jewelry counters here.
B2S stands for books to stationary and this well-lit and large store has both Thai and English-language books of all descriptions as well as CDs, and DVDs at reasonable prices. Again, watch out for promotions and clearance sales at B2S as you may be able to get that tome you were searching for back home at half the price. Of course, DVDs are more expensive than at pirate stalls at markets and along Soi Bangla in Patong but they’re genuine and still cheaper than back home.
Phuket Town is the largest town in Phuket Province. It has a population of 63,000 and is the economic hub of the island. For the most part just an ordinary, scruffy provincial Thai town, it's hardly a major tourist attraction, but the Chinatown area is worth a quick look and there are some great Thai-style shopping opportunities too. Overall, accommodation and food in the town is cheaper than near the beaches, and can provide a refreshing change of pace.