Luxury Resort Advertising: health and spa resort advertising

SPA – Relax and unwind at the many spas or go for a traditional
massage!  There is no better way to end the day than with a soothing
massage after a fun-filled adventure in an exotic isle. Here, you can
opt for a pampering session at hotels like the Rasa Sayang Resort’s
exclusive Chi Spa or go for a no-frills hour-long massage at the many
foot reflexology and body massage centres. Such services are also
offered by “nomad” masseuses along the Batu Ferringhi stretch. You will find the best advertising options for luxury spa resorts at http://www.luxury-resort-guide.com/advertising/. Be it the St George’s Church (built in 1816), Kapitan Keling Mosque, Kek Lok Si Temple, Snake Temple (yes, there are live snakes inside!) or Sri Mahamariamman Temple, the different races often converge at these places of worship to practice their faith and it is indeed, a sight to be hold.
      
TREASURE HUNT – Shop at the many flea markets,  pasar malam and modern shopping malls. From the Lorong Kulit and Rope Walk flea markets to the Campbell Street and Little India traditional shopping areas and modern shopping malls like Gurney Plaza and Queensbay (just to name a few), Penang is a shopper’s paradise.  Even if shopping is not your thing, do spare a few hours browsing (especially at the local antique shops and handicraft centres) because it’ll be worth your while! Bargaining is a skill that is best honed in Penang where the traders are quite a friendly lot.    

TRISHAW – Holiday in Penang will never be complete, if you do not take an old fashion ride in Penang trishaw. It is the best way to see and explore the city of Georgetown in a much slower pace. You will be able to cover every nook and cranny of Georgetown heritage trails using the eco-friendly mode of transportation that are fast gaining popularity among tourist.  The trishaw is a cute little peddle-power vehicle that has been around since the days of yore. Decorated with plastic flowers and blinking lights, these are now mainly “tourist mobiles” and are great for going around George Town’s narrow inner city streets.  The faint-hearted take note ?C trishaws may be dwarfed by other motorised vehicles but here in Penang, they are truly “Kings of the Roads” – a moniker earned from the way they “courageously” navigate past the busy traffic.
      
NIGHT LIFE – The Upper Penang Road party hotspot in George Town comes alive when the sun descends on the horizon. Here, you will find pubs, karaoke lounges and clubs with live bands where the drinks keep flowing and the beat keeps thumping!  At nearby Chulia Street, backpackers chill and bond in little budget motels, coffee shops and watering holes that serve relatively cheap beer and drinks.