Comfortable Countryside House @ PG
- Smoking Allowed
- Pets Allowed
- Swimming Pool
Facilities: Fully furnished two stories terraced house with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. our facilities offered are listed below: -Car porch for two cars -Hot shower with pump control -solid wood sofa -LED 40" TV + DVD player at living room+Mini karaoke system -21" TV at small living room -Fully equiped kitchen: Gas stoves, kettle, refrigerator,toaster,full sets of utensils. -Game for leisure time: Carrom,Darts,Chiness chess,chess ,poker card and etc... -Iron and iron board -Music instrument:Digital piano and guitar -dining table sets Upstairs: -2 Medium Room+Queen Size Bed+Air-Con+Share Toilet -Master Room+King Size Bed+Air-Con+Balcony+Own Toilet -Small Living Room Downstairs: -Big Living Room -Medium Room+ Queen Size Bed -Toilet -Kitchen -Car Park Interesting place around : -Georgetown, Pulau pinang (24 Minutes) Formerly a municipality and then a city in its own right, since 1976 George Town has been part of the municipality of Penang Island, though the area formerly governed by the city council is still commonly referred to as a city, and is also known as Tanjung ("The Cape") in Malay and 乔治市 (Qiáozhì Shì) in Chinese. The inner city of George Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. -Pulau Pinang Stadium ( 9 Minutes) Negeri Pulau Pinang Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Batu Kawan, Penang, Malaysia. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium has a capacity of 40,000 people. It was built in 2000. The stadium has been built to host the 8th Sukma Games (Malaysian Games) on 2000. This stadium currently is the home ground for Penang FA, and also SDM Navy FC. In 2007, this stadium hosted the Malaysian FA Cup Final. The match was won by Kedah FA 4-2(penalties). -Pulau Aman (15 Minutes) Pulau Aman is a small island in Penang, Malaysia. Famously known as the "Island of Peace", it is a home to a traditional Malay village,Sprawling across an island with an area of 288 acres, it is situated 2.5 nautical miles off the coast of Seberang Perai's southern district. Aman Island in Penang is a haven of tranquility. With Bukit Tambun as its nearest town, Aman Island in Penang is an ideal fishing village. The island is home to a population of three hundred people comprising of elderly people and cheerful children. There are many interesting places to visit in Pulau Aman such as Jalan Telaga Emas, Batu Perompak, Gua Lanun and the nearby island of Pulau Gedung. Batu Perompak means Pirates rock. From the ancient days the pirates pillaged the waters around the island. Gua Lanun means pirates cave and. This is a major haunt for the pirates, where they amassed their spoils. An idyllic fishing village with a population of only three hundred, the majority of people on Pulau Aman are elderly folks and laughing, carefree children. Life on Pulau Aman is simple and traditional with man and nature of co-existing in harmony with one other. Here the warmth of the sun is only rivaled by the warm friendliness of the locals. Fishing, water sports and jungle trekking are some of the popular activities of holiday-makers on the island. Places of interest, each with their own fascinating story to tell, await the exploration of the adventurous. -Batu Kawan (8 Minutes) Batu Kawan is an island with a small town in the area of Penang, Malaysia. The island is situated off Seberang Perai, which is on the mainland. Batu Kawan was long considered a quiet backwater, noted for sugar-cane, coconut and rubber plantations in the 19th century, before changing to oil palm plantations in the middle 20th century, which have now mainly fallen into disrepair. It was among the oldest towns in Penang, accessible only by ferry from Bukit Tambun. Development of the island has come under intense scrutiny after the government chose Batu Kawan as the mainland site for the future Penang Second Bridge. The island is also the location for the Batu Kawan Stadium (Penang's state stadium). The tiny island has many hidden historical gems, dating back to the days of the British colonial masters. The short strip of beach at Batu Kawan was once popularly known as the Club beach. There was a clubhouse frequented by Europeans who worked and lived on the island, where they danced and dined at night. The clubhouse is long gone, and locals refer to it as Batu Musang beach. The only structure now in the vicinity of this secluded beach is the newly built Batu Musang jetty. -Auto City (12 Minutes) -Penang Bird Park(19 Minutes) -Waterfall (15 Minutes) -Sunway Carnival Mall (20 Minutes) -AEON Seberang Perai City @ Bandar Perda, Bukit Mertajam (24 Minutes) If you are visitor that never been Penang and looking for nice tour. We have Tourist Guide to show you around with our nice tour package.