Garden City Melaka Service Apartments
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Vandaag eindelijk pannekoeken bij het ontbijt. Preetie was al vanaf 8.00 in het zwembad op robert aan het wachten. Om 9.00 waren we eindelijk wakker dus ze was extra blij dat onze bink er eindelijk was. Na een paar uur zwemmen moesten we uitchecken. Om 12.00 eerst naar de petronas towers en daarna met de trein naar de batu caves. De fotos spreken …
... the palace portraying the life of the owner and displaying traditional clothes trading goods. To make the museum more enjoyable just and I had a good time interpreting the facial expressions of the manikins and creating a story for each tableau. Our favorite was the Arabic traders tableau which we came to conclude 2 traders heading over 2 drunk trainers to the police. The other was a ginormous tableau containing easily 30 manikins displaying a an action ...
... more times then my grandma on the motorway which means that it has all sorts of different heritages from previous countries that have tried to stamp there mark on the the area. Again, making for a small two story town with small roads that would weave in and out of each other and you really feel a sense of community from both places, the people of Malaka may have different heritages but at the end of the day they are all from Malaka so they look ...
Tuesday we packed up and left Singapore. We only had half a day there as our bus to Melaka left at 7pm so we headed off and took a mooch around the F1 pits down by the marina which was pretty cool. Standing on the starting grid and imagining what it must be like to race round the track.
The bus up to Melaka was really good, cheap and very very comfortable, complete with massage chairs! The trip itself wasn't too bad. We left at 7pm and rolled into Melaka at ...
... city from the Portuguese in 1641 and held Melaka for 150 years, encouraging the practice of all religions. The oldest mosque in Malaysia and one of the oldest Hindu temples are just a couple of doors down from each other on the same street, and the Dutch commissioned the building of both religious complexes. Malaysia's oldest traditional Buddhist temple, Chen Hoon Teng Temple, is just a few more doors down the road, also built during the time of Dutch rule. During ...