Number Twenty Guest House
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... out to do some sightseeing before lunch. We walk along the renovated River Malaka area to Kampung Morten. This is an area of some 100 properties that are built in the traditional Malay style and are known as Kampung houses. There are not too many left in Melaka nowadays and so this area is particularly precious. It was created in the 1920's, when in the name of urban development, the village of Kampung Jawa was relocated to make way for a wet market. The new ...
... broke out and the British took over control of Malacca. The British actually ship the residents back to Penang to prevent Malacca 's Dutch population from getting to powerful than the British strait settlement. The British controlled Malacca until WWII, when the Japanese briefly took over but after the war, it was returned to the British's hand until Malaysia declared independence. Due to the multicultural influence it ...
... de Santiago - once the main gate of the city fortress.
- St Paul's church - built in 1521 but renamed during the Dutch rule.
- Stadthuys - town hall and museum.
- Christ Church - the other pink salmon coloured building which resides in the main square.
There are a few other points of interest that we found:
- River - the houses along the main part of the riverside have been painted with ...
... us into a taxi he flagged down by standing in the middle of the highway and waving his arms wildly like a demented duck!
The minute we headed off, it began to rain, the first I'd seen since I'd arrived. The droplets were MASSIVE, like five normal Scottish sized raindrops in one huge cluster! I spent most of the journey dozing off from exhaustion as the jetlag bit back with avengance. We took a slight detour to pick up a fellow Brit, a psychiatrist originally from Delhi before ...
... with about 10 extra rooms, the family lived there as well. A Malaysian woman a French man an two kids who spoke Malay French and English and alot of the time gobbledygook. We got breakfast inc with tea and coffee all day long! Luxury :)) We had a good night sleep after that travel and woke up got ready and decided what to do, lately a lot of things have been closed just as we want to do them and a lot of things here were, water park, light show and something else. But ...