Travel Blogs from Melaka, Malaysia

Sort by Newest Best first

A 3 M Weekend - Malacca, Makan and Massage Pt 1, Malacca, Malaysia travel blog

A 3 M Weekend - Malacca, Makan and Massage Pt 1

A travel blog entry by lepakqueen

5

... the best option. Got to A1 Kopitiam and we all have our lovely, refreshing cendol that has really fresh santan and yummy gula melaka. Yeow Seng and Chung, my husband meets us there after dropping the kids. After, we start strolling along Jonker Street for ...

A day at the mall, in a historic city, Malacca City, Malaysia travel blog

A day at the mall, in a historic city

A travel blog entry by waynemeetsworld

... UK. Gone was the feeling of young people wanting to be Western and here was the impressions that the young people in Melaka are carbon copies of kids the same age in cities in England. A refreshing feeling following our experiences of people the similar ...

Jonker Walk, Malacca City, Malaysia travel blog

Jonker Walk

A travel blog entry by michaeljudy

18

Jonker ...

Melaka is definately the Venice of Asia, Melaka, Malaysia travel blog

Melaka is definately the Venice of Asia

A travel blog entry by globetrottintan

2

... 1.5. From the moment I arrived, it felt good and full of local culture. In comparison its very similar to George Town in Malaysia. There is no shortage of sights and museums to visit and amazing food to try. The Jonker Street market only comes on ...

Heading down to Melaka, Melaka, Malaysia travel blog

Heading down to Melaka

A travel blog entry by shelleyandsimmo

12

Time for us to leave KL and head south to the UNESCO world heritage city of Malacca. We had done most of the things that are available to do in KL and we were ready for a change of scenery and guesthouse! We used a taxi to take us to Puduraya bus ...

Malaca (Malysia), Malacca City, Malaysia travel blog

Malaca (Malysia)

A travel blog entry by usatexan

96

... outstanding cultural or natural place that is of importance to the common heritage of all mankind. It's the 3rd smallest state in Malaysia, located in the southern part of the Malay Peninsula, along the Sungei Malaka River. The river is how it got dubbed ...

Roti, trishaws and pirates, Malacca, Malaysia travel blog

Roti, trishaws and pirates

A travel blog entry by mjlpdh

... Merdeka (independence day celebration). He told us of his life as a sailor and how although he had travelled the globe, Malaysia was the best country in the world. We walked to the markets in central Melaka after visiting the old Portugese fort ...

Empty day in Melaka, Melaka, Malaysia travel blog

Empty day in Melaka

A travel blog entry by gemmaleighsmith

1

Wow, I woke up with a sore head this morning! Last night antics were naughty and fun, and I certainly enjoyed myself dancing the night away with amazing people! I have done so much travelling today on a public bus, then waiting around for taxis etc, been ...

Quick stop over, Malacca City, Malaysia travel blog

Quick stop over

A travel blog entry by willbanks

Today we caught a bus to Malacca , took about 2 hours and was the most comfortable bus ive ever been on, chairs were like massive armchairs and had so much leg room. Malacca was a very old town and had a lot of character which made a nice change from ...

Malacca, Malacca City, Malaysia travel blog

Malacca

A travel blog entry by justbeyoself

1

5/8/1411 After two months of sailing, we ended up in Malacca, a port in southeast Asia. On the way, we encountered more ships, as would be expected. However, Parker decided to leave one alive, as it would spread the word about the terror that is the S.S. ...

Sort by Newest Best first