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Stayed at a deluxe room. The view was great from the room & able to watch sunset. No much option for TV channels but they have quite a number of movies installed. Shower water pressure is very low & water is not hot enough. Simple...More
Overall experience was pleasant. The durians were fresh and they were fell, which is a bit of rarity nowadays if you would buy yours in the cities. Hosts were super friendly but they were quite overwhelmed by another group which was quite loud and they...More
Taste and eat the king of the fruit - durian like an art that you have never done before!
Hear the owner about 5 different durian tastes - sweet, alcohol, bitterish, numbness & woody are developed due to various factors. Of course the type of...More
Many tourist from taiwan and china around, the durian are reserved for oversea tourist and the price is jack up much higher. They dun even care about local ppl. The durian taste average, can't compare to pahang durian at all. Dun expect too high.More
Response from durian S, Manager at Bao Sheng Durian FarmResponded 6 June 2017
hank you for your review.
Since the long-lasting rain, the durian tree cannot flower, so the durian season of 2017 is delayed to July and all Penang Island will face very few harvest this year, and that's why the durian price in Penang for this...More
17 of, friends and families stayed over at the dorm style rooms at this special place. There were no durians yet but our aim was to get together for a relaxation time. It's a beautiful experience. We had a peaceful night drinking tea and coffee,...More
USD 32 - USD 50 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No, there is no direct bus from Georgetown. You have to either take the 101 to Teluk Bahang or the 502 from Georgetown to Balik Pulau, then change buses. The 501 runs between Balik Pulau and Teluk Bahang so you can take it... More
No, there is no direct bus from Georgetown. You have to either take the 101 to Teluk Bahang or the 502 from Georgetown to Balik Pulau, then change buses. The 501 runs between Balik Pulau and Teluk Bahang so you can take it either way past Bao Sheng's. The problem is this bus runs only every 2 hours, so taking a taxi is better.