Number Twenty Guest House

Address: 20 Jalan Hang Jebat (Jonker Walk) , Melaka, Melaka State, 75200, Malaysia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 20 Jalan Hang Jebat (Jonker Walk) , Melaka, is near Baba-Nonya Heritage Museum, Cheng Hoon Teng Temple (Temple of the Evergreen Clouds), Christ Church, and St. Francis Xavier Church.
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      Malaka/ Malacca

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 02, 2014

      7 photos

      ... local Malay women). And Peranakan is the term given to an ethnic Chinese who is born in the Straits area. The museum is a fine example of a Peranakan family home.

      *We end a very hot humid afternoon by walking to the colonial area - the town square where you can see the old administrative buildings completed in 1753 by the Dutch and known as the Stadthuys. They were subsequently also used by the British. In the middle of the square, which sadly ...

      The Inconclusive Conclusion (Malaysia)

      A travel blog entry by usatexan on Mar 01, 2014

      90 photos

      ... wealth and friendliness?  In spite of the obvious better economic conditions here, next to the prosperity there is obvious poverty. Look through the lattice work separating the beautiful river walkway and you will see old houses with tin nailed here and there to keep out the weather. Windows half gone and stagnant pools of water surround the property that people are living in. Skyscrapers and barely inhabitable homes stand next to each other all over town. I met Foong, ...

      Day trip to Malacca

      A travel blog entry by ktthomas on Jul 29, 2013

      52 photos

      ... This was a relatively painless procedure.

      When we got back onto the bus after clearing Malaysian immigration, our tour leader, Alisha had joined us. Throughout the day, she told us many things of the local peoples, cultures, customs and superstitions.

      Malacca is known as the "The Historic State", and is the third smallest Malaysian state. It is located in the southern region of the Malay Peninsula, next to the Straits ...

      Lots of leonardo di caprio wannabes around

      A travel blog entry by barrontv on Jan 01, 2002

      10 photos

      ... to reach 4th world PNG, phones were still a big deal there (no email funny enough) ..very very hot as well. I ended up in madang on the north coast for a few days. port morsby (the buzzing capital) was a dump, well - there was nt really much there at all , a few dirt roads and a closed city centre (4 buildings) , transport was by local minibus - which is an experience, a hundred people crammed into a van (Mum Roll-on is not big ...

      The Bustling Port of Malacca

      A travel blog entry by huyh27 on Apr 15, 1970

      2 photos

      ... chest, I decided to buy this one for my dear mother. As sunset almost approached, I had already wandered further into the city of Malacca and came across a wooden palace, which I thought was for the sultan to live in. Although it was made entirely of wood, its design awestruck me and inspired me to take a quick sketch of it. I would like to venture more, but I was so tired, which influenced me to find a quarter to sleep for the ...