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Continuing with our tour of the most interesting hotel on this Malaysian trip …  part 1 is here.

The hotel – Seven Terraces – has a second entrance which passes through the restaurant.

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The hotel’s restaurant, Kebaya, serves classically prepared Straits Chinese style dishes. We did not have a chance to try it.

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Bababar – the hotel’s lounge and bar – antique bar and drink cabinets

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Piano at the Bababar.

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The suites are all on the upper level and there are wooden stairs at either end of the courtyard.

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A walkway circles the courtyard.

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Old-style furniture in the living room, except flat-screen TV. Some of the smaller ceramic decorations on the sideboard are glued onto the surface. I guess it is too tempting for some.

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They served us tea upon arrival.

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The shower/toilet is remarkably installed in a converted veranda which runs the entire width of the suite. In addition to the handheld shower head, there is a rain-style shower head above. No bathtub.

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The entire floor is beautifully tiled. This is the biggest shower we have ever had.

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The converted space has windows with frosted glass on one side and traditional dark wood doors on the other side which lead into the living room.

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The bedroom is upstairs in a loft-style space.

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The four poster bed occupies more than half of the floor space.

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Here’s another example of a nice mix of the traditional and modern.

Old carved wood decoration on top of the bed, framed embroidery (possibly an antique), and sleek LED bedside lamps.

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A balcony is provided where one can relax under the sun (or in the shade).

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The balcony overlooks the historical Anglican church of Georgetown.

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The ambiance of Seven Terraces is truly unique.

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Love the courtyard.

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