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Date: Wed, 12 Jul 2023

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Re: Absolute favorite hotels

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EandO in Penang (best high tea ever) and Hotel Puri in Malacca (like staying in a mini museum). Haven't been to either in a long time, alas.
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I'm not a huge fan of Penang, but I would stay at the EandO if I go again. Not sure when you were last there; the newer wing (not exactly new any longer though), Victory Annex, has some higher floors with balconies and nice views over the water. Rooms are also big at 50+ sq meters. However, at this point the original wing may be in better condition (renovated in 2019).

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Re: Absolute favorite hotels

EandO in Penang (best high tea ever) and Hotel Puri in Malacca (like staying in a mini museum). Haven't been to either in a long time, alas.

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Re: Resubmission or waiting it out?

Just keep waiting.

Even though you can’t add your newborn to an existing application, it doesn’t hurt to update ICA about it.

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Re: Absolute favorite hotels

As business hotels go, my favorite one in all of the Asia Pacific would be the Langham in Melbourne… I don’t know how they do it, but every time I have stayed there it just feels like I’m being warmly embraced… not just by the staff but by every little detail of the physical space. Open the curtains and you’ve got a stunning panoramic view of downtown Melbourne from the Southbank location. Step out of the hotel and you’ve got a convenient pedestrian bridge across the river to downtown, and an awesome walkway flanking the river, with bars, eateries, etc… combine all that with the low humidity that just makes the lights of the city sparkle… it’s quite a feeling.

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