Coastal Tower Holiday Home

Living AreaDining AreaMaster BedroomBathroomSwimming PoolReception HallCoastal TowerView from Balcony
Penang, undefined, Malaysia

Overview

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps 4
Per week £200 - £220
Type: Apartment
Description of the Penang vacation apartment rental
The condominium consists of two bedrooms (master bedroom with en-suite facilities and Second bedroom with a single bed and single pull-out bed), a luxury living room, modern kitchen, two shower/toilet rooms and a spacious balcony. The balcony is South-West facing and catches the bright afternoon sun. The apartment is neutrally decorated and fully furnished, equipped with air-conditioning and ceiling fan, 29" TV, DVD/CD player, HSPDA Broadband (Optimum speed up to 3.6 Mbps).

The property is a secured gated community with CCTV and 24 hours security. There are two blocks of buildings that share a multi-storey covered car park and surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens. The large swimming pool has attached wading/baby pool and jacuzzi. The poolside has a BBQ area, deck chairs, sun loungers and picnic tables. Overlooking the pool is a well-equipped gym with treadmill, stepper etc.

Raymond Tan

Area Info
Tanjung Bungah
Tanjung Bungah is hidden among lush greenery and rocky landscapes. Some claim that the views of the horizon from the beach are simply the best in Penang! Several upmarket hotels cater for your accommodation needs as you enjoy the pristine and serene surroundings. While the beach is popular, it is not as frequently visited as Batu Feringgi, making this an ideal getaway if you want a degree of seclusion.

Tanjung Tokong
It is an old fishing village with beautiful sea-view scenery looking towards mainland. A famous open-air seafood restaurant called Sea Pearl Lagoon cafe features special dishes of coal-baked crabs and salt-baked prawns. Nearby Island Plaza shopping mall and Prima Tanjung offers restaurant, food court, gym, designer clothes, entertainment and supermarket.

Gurney Drive, or Persiaran Gurney (RapidPenang Bus No:U105)
A seaside promenade, formerly known as North Beach. Gurney Drive is famous throughout Malaysia as the place to enjoy the best of Penang food. The second biggest shopping mall in Penang, Gurney Plaza caters to an upmarket customer base.

Batu Ferringhi (RapidPenang Bus No: U101 and U105)
It is the most famous stretch of beaches in Penang with the most happening night spots on the island. Popular for water-sports and horseback riding along the beach. Pasar malam or the street-side night market where inexpensive trinkets are sold. There are a lot of restaurants along Batu Ferringhi to cater to every taste, local and foreign.

Georgetown (RapidPenang Bus No: U101, U103 and U105)
The Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion is the biggest Chinese courtyard houses to be found in Southeast Asia, and is possibly the most exquisite of its kind anywhere in the world outside of China. It's awarded the Unesco Asia Pacific Heritage Award 2000 as the "Most Excellent Project" for authentic restoration.

The Clan Jetties along the waterfront of George Town, Penang, represents a unique settlement created by Chinese immmigrants who share common historical, geographical and lineage origin. Today there are still eight clan jetties along the waterfront, namely the Seh Lim Keo, Seh Chew Keo, Seh Tan Keo, Seh Lee Keo, Chap Seh Keo, Seh Yeoh Keo and Seh Koay Keo.

Fort Cornwallis at Padang Kota Lama, George Town, is the largest intact fortress still standing in Malaysia. When Captain Francis Light landed in Penang in 1786, on the cape which today becomes George Town. Since the late 19th century, a lighthouse stands on the northeast side of Fort Cornwallis, and is today known as the Fort Cornwallis Lighthouse.

Kuan Yin Teng, or Temple of the Goddess of Mercy, is one of the most important temples in Penang and and is one of the oldest Chinese temples in George Town.

Komtar Scenic View is situated at level 60 of KOMTAR Tower, the tallest building in Penang. Komtar Scenic View provides a 360 degree spectacular view of Penang and it is the only observation deck in the tower.

Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi is the finest Chinese clan temple outside China. It was was founded in 1835. The splendour of Khoo Kongsi lies in its highly detailed wood carvings, wall frescoes and roof decorations. The entire roof structure is said to weigh 25 to 50 tons, and is the best example of the cut-and-paste chien nien technique, where shards of ceramic bowls are used to form patterns, beasts and beings.

One of the iconic landmark of penang is Ferry Service. There are regular ferry service carrying passengers and cars between the Port Swettenham Pier (island) and Butterworth Pier (Mainland). From the Ferry, You can view the fantastic scenery of Penang Bridge, Georgetown, Penang Gold Coast etc.

Try the Hot Wok Nyonya Restaurant with authentic experience of dining in ancient house of a Straits Baba, with a galore of antique-looking furniture.

Pulau Tikus
The Dhammikarama Burmese Temple at Burmah Lane is the first Buddhist temple to be built in Penang. Across the road, is Wat Chaiyamangkalaram, the largest Thai Buddhist temple in Penang. It is often called the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, whereby the image of Phra Chaiya Mongkol measures 33 meters (108 ft) from end to end.

Penang Botanic Gardens and Youth Park offers outdoor sports like walking, jogging, jungle trekking, cycling etc, and known to have the best landscape parks in the country. There is also a Craft Batik Factory nearby.

Ayer Itam
Penang Hill is the oldest hill station in Malaysia. There is funicular train ride uphill and canopy walk. It reaches an elevation of 833 meters (2723 ft) at Western Hill. Best view of whole Georgetown and Penang Bridge, especially at night.

Kek Lok Si, or Temple of Supreme Bliss, is the largest temple in Penang. The two star attractions of Kek Lok Si Temple are the Pagoda of 10,000 Buddhas and the giant bronze statue of Kuan Yin

Teluk Bahang (RapidPenang Bus No: U101)
It is the home of Penang Butterfly Farm and Teluk Bahang Recreational Forest. The Tropical Fruit Farm is situated about 800ft above sea level on the hilly terrain and is an ideal location for cultivating many types of tropical and sub-tropical fruit trees. The orchard covers 25 acres and use to conserve the rare and exotic fruit trees around the world. Today the orchard boasts of a collection of over 250 different species.

The Tropical Spice Garden, which is located in a 8 acre valley fronting the shores of Teluk Bahang showcases a landscaped garden that consists of tropical plant collections from all over the world. The garden has over 100 varieties of tropical spice and herb plants and a huge collection of other exotic flora

The Teluk Bahang Dam offers splendid views all the way to the sea. It is the biggest dam on Penang Island and venue for water sports i.e International Dragon Boat Festival. Located in the hills above Teluk Bahang is the Penang National Park, which offers jungle treks to the northwest of Teluk Bahang. The trekking leads to Pantai Kerachut, a beach with turtle hatchery.

Bayan Lepas
The Penang Bridge or Jambatan Pulau Pinang is the longest bridge in Malaysia (until the Second Penang Bridge is built). With a total length of 13.5 km, the Penang Bridge is one of the longest bridges in the world as well as a national landmark.

Snake Temple was built in 1850. You can see snake coiled on the twigs at the altars. There is a chamber with trees full of pit vipers. Photographers are available to take photos of you with the snakes.
Property Rates
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Dec 01 2013 Feb 28 2015 - - £220 - 1 week
Mar 01 2015 Nov 30 2015 - - £200 - 1 week
Aug 22 2015 Nov 30 2015 - - £200 - 1 week
Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Deposits: Bookings - Bookings to be made via email or phone. A 10% deposit will be required on booking and the balance is required 4 weeks before arrival date. Cancellation within 4 weeks before arrival date will incur a loss of deposit due to administration cost. Security Deposit - A deposit of £150 will be required to cover for any breakages and key/security pass replacement if lost during your stay. This will be refunded in full within two weeks of your departure date where there are no brokerage.
Payment Options: Visa, Mastercard
Other Fees: Compulsory: Meet & Greet service with check-in and checkout of £10. Final Cleaning of £20. Optional: Changing Linen and Towels for £20 (Queen Size Bed) and £15 (Single Size Bed). We accept payments by bank transfer in major currencies, credit card, debit card and paypal. All booking paid by credit card will have an additional charges of 2.5% processing fees.
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