Number Twenty Guest House

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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    Travel Blogs from Melaka

    Malacca by night and by day

    A travel blog entry by mrsfd on Sep 03, 2014

    32 photos

    ... that time he bought those paintings in Italy... But the less said about that the better! We also went on a trip to the Genting highlands (famous for its cool climate and it's casinos) and had a play in the arcade and a look at the massive refurbishment works going on there. Fox studios is building their equivalent of Disney world there so this rather dated complex is going to be brought bang up to date again, in a couple of years time it's going to look and ...

    Malaca (Malysia)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Feb 25, 2014

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    ... it's early days (1400's), Malaca was one of the richest kingdoms in the world. They became rich because of the high tariffs they placed on imported goods. The kingdom expanded and included Singapore and most of east Samatra. A series of invasions starting in 1511 by the Portuguese, Dutch and British changed Malaka and today Malaca is a combination of the influences of each of these countries. I see McDonalds and The Hard Rock Cafe, along with other western food ...

    1 night in Malacca we're nuts!!!

    A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on May 20, 2013

    41 photos

    ... on the hill over looking the Old Town. It was built by the Portuguese Catholics, stripped bare by the Dutch Protestants, left derelict for a bit and then restored by the British who used it for ammunition storage during the 2nd World War. It has lots of very old graves of colonialist and their families who met their end in the 16th up to the 19th Centuries. Apart from the amazing structure ...

    Melaka - Day 2...and a surprise

    A travel blog entry by debsndarren on Nov 10, 2012

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    ... br> We had a wander around and stumbled across a chocolate shop. We got 3 chocolates each for just over 2. We ate one straight away and put the others in the fridge for later.

    There are Trickshaws here – bikes with carriages fitted to the back of the bike that will pedal you around the city. Each one is elaborately decorated with flowers and some blast out music from a boom box on the back. I thought they’d take us ...

    Back to Malacca

    A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Apr 20, 2012

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    ... are only two other westerners in line - a young couple, backpackers, he also carrying a guitar.

    The ferry is a typical Asian 'fast ferry' - a streamlined fibreglass vessel that probably carries over 100 passengers in airline-style seats with no outside decks. People board, many carrying boxes and sacks, and everything is stowed in the aisles or where ever there is space; it feels very crowded. The young backpackers are sitting behind us so we naturally get to talking. Tomasz ...