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On my second day in Melaka, I headed to the tourist information centre for a free guided tour of the cities major sights. The tour guide was very well informed about the cities mercantile history and stopped at all the places I had hoped to visit. We started by learning about the origins of the town, before learning about the Dutch square. We looked in Christ Church but were unfortunately unable to access the 'Staduthys'(town hall) as the site was closed ...
... war fort so see with the old VOC cannons still on it! We also went to the maritime museum were we found very interesting historic model ships and the epic sea battles the VOC fought with the Portuguese to conquer Melaka. In the evenings we walked down the river many times, there were many nice restaurants, pub's and bars to be found. We also meet up with an old classmate Dorine back ...
... different. Fortunately (in my opinion at least) we couldn't get into the casinos because all of us were wearing shorts, and trousers are mandatory in Genting casinos.
Yen Ching and Lynn treated us to some great food too (of course! I don't think it is possible to eat badly here) the best sushi I've ever tasted, a massive dim sum breakfast with my favourite deep fried yam dumplings stuffed with char siew pork, noodles at Yi Poh's cafe (Yi Poh ...
... I noticed the cities are written differently from what they are written in Englsh. For example, Vietnam is written as Viet Nam. Saigon is Sai Gon, Hanoi is Ha Noi. Dalat is Da Lat. Once at the bus station in Malacca, I catch the local bus for the 20 minute ride to where I will be staying. While waiting for the bus, though, I see a Muslim Prayer Room. The door is open and there are men kneeling on pads on the floor and bowing. There is a separate room for the ...
... Zoo). After lunch, we sorted our transport to Kuala Lumpar before going for a walk along the River and into Dutch Square (named as it was occupied by the Dutch and set up as a colonial town). We ended up going past a scaled down windmill and a huge waterwheel and then onto a River Cruise up the Malacca River. We past lots of colourful houses along the way, as well a Pirate theme park (that looked deserted!) before we headed back under lots of bridges ...