About Hotel Mingood
164 Argyll Road
George Town (Penang), Malaysia
?Hotel Mingood' is strategically located on the fringe of the city centre, which is merely a 2 minutes walk away. The best the city has to offer is within 2 square km and you won?t need to travel far to visit Chinatown, Little India, The Heritage Trail or UPR entertainment centre. A short walk down Penang Road takes you to Komtar, the city's premier landmark and shopping mall. Fine dinning and local hawker food are all available on your doorstep. Located close to the chic part of town with excellent nightlife, surrounded by cafes, multi-ethnic restaurants, shops and the coolest bars and pubs. In fact, the famous New World Park Food Court and entertainment centre is just 520 steps (a mere 5 minute walk) from the hotel.After a hectic day out, relax yourself or chill out at our Roof Top leisure garden, write some postcards or read a book. You can even enjoy some games such pool or cards over a few drinks amongst friends and fellow hotel guests.
24 hour reception
Air Conditioned
Airport Shuttle
Bar / Lounge
Business Center
Cable / Satellite Tv
Connecting Rooms
Currency Exchange
Elevator / Lift
Free Breakfast
High-Speed Internet
Laundry Service
Mini Bar
Non-Smoking Rooms
Room Service
Safe-Deposit Box
Secretarial Service
Tour Desk
Wakeup Services
Payment Accepted:
Getting there:
From the Train Station or Butterworth Bus Terminal:
By following the signs, it will lead you to the ferry terminal which is adjacent to the train station. The ferry fare is about RM1.20. The journey to Georgetown terminal takes about 20 minutes. From the terminal, a 3 minute walk takes you to the taxi/bus stand. The taxi fare should be around RM8-10 and the journey through the streets of Georgetown should take only 10 minutes. You can also try the trishaws and the fare should not be more than RM10. (Please enquire the fare before boarding a taxi or trishaw).You may take the Public bus (Fare RM1) to Penang Road and stop in front of 7/11)

If you are driving, turn left as you come out from the ferry terminal. You are now in Jalan Pengkalan Weld. Make a right at the first right turning and you will be in Chulia Street. By driving along this street, it will lead to the end where it meets Penang Road and Argyll Road. You will see Veenai Odeon cinema right in front of you. There is a road divider ahead which blocks your passage to Argyll Road. Turn left into Penang road and take the first right into Dato' Koyah road and another right into Clarke Street. You will see the MAA Building as you make a left into Argyll road. We are just 3 doors from the MAA building. You will notice a Caltex petrol station on your left before reaching the hotel.

From Penang Bus Terminal(Sungei Nibong)
Taxi fare to hotel RM25 Duration 20 mins.There is a Bus Stop just outside of the terminal. Take the Milan Bus (Yellow) with direction board TO KOMTAR. Fare RM2 Duration 35-45 mins. From KOMTAR its a 15 mins walk to the hotel (see map). Taxi or trishaw from KOMTAR . Fare RM10 Duration 3-5 mins.

One can get to the hotel by airport taxi which operates by coupon system . Get the coupon from its counter which is located right infront of the exit door of the arrival hall. The costs is RM38.00 to the hotel and will take not more than 30 minutes.You can also take the Public Bus but you will have to walk to the the main road outside the Airport Complex. Take the Milan Bus (Yellow) with a direction board TO KOMTAR . Fare RM3 . Duration 60-80 mins. From KOMTAR, its a 15 mins walk to the hotel (see map). Taxi or trishaw from KOMTAR will cost RM10

From the Langkawi/Medan Ferry Terminal
As you come out of the terminal, there are lots of taxis and trishaws available. You can board either but remember to enquire the fare before boarding, which should not be more than RM10 for either. The terminal is just beside the Fort Cornwallis (an old British fort) which is within the Esplanade grounds. The short route takes you through a scenic part of Georgetown with some old majestic buildings along the way and the ride by taxi should be less than 10 minutes.

By car via Penang Bridge
As you cross over one of Asia’s longest bridge, you will notice Jerejak Island on your left (a former Leposy island which later converted into a penal colony and which is now a resort). As you inch closer to Penang Island, look out for the directions to Georgetown.
From Penang Bridge, the quickest (shortest ?) route to Georgetown is by using the new Jelutong Expressway. As you exit the bridge look out for Georgetown and as you travel along this straight coastal road, the sea should be on your right while Caltex petrol station and Tesco should be on your left. You will be able to notice Komtar (the tallest building on the island) ahead of you Keep going straight for the next few minutes (no left turns yet!). As you inch closer to the city centre, traffic seems to build up and moving at a slower pace. Continue your journey and you will reach the first traffic light. The second traffic light is less than 100 metres from the first one. Be prepared to make your first left turn after the second traffic light (do not turn at the traffic light) . As you turn left (1st turning) you will notice the road seemingly narrower and traffic moving even slower. Turn right (2nd turning) at the first intersection and be prepared to make a left turn (3rd turning) at the next one. You are now in Magazine Road and traffic is at a crawl. As you travel along this road, Prangin Mall, Traders Hotel and Komtar will be on your right. The traffic lights are very close to one another. Keep to the right side of the street and at the third traffic light, turn right (4th turning). You are now in Penang road and this time keep to the left side of the street. You will notice a pedestrian bridge ahead and at this bridge make a left turn into Burma road ( 5th turning). Now immediately keep to the right side of the street and make a right ( 6th turning) at ‘Trinity Auto’. You are now in Transfer road and your journey is nearing its end. Keep on going and you will pass a traffic light and a short distance later a ‘Caltex’ station. At that intersection (Caltex), make a left (7th turning). We are just before the MAA building. Your journey ends here. The duration from Penang bridge to Hotel Mingood should be between 15 to 20 minutes.

For those coming from Thailand by mini van, most mini vans will stop at Chulia Street which is about 400m from the hotel. At times the driver will drive you to our doorstep , if you tip them a few ringgits (RM5).
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