Al-Amin Hotel

G-2 Pangsapuri Tun Perak, Melaka, Melaka State, 75300, Malaysia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by rachel_pointer

... hawkers selling everything from tops to gadgets, and of course lots of food stalls cooking up all sorts of Chinese foods. We found a lovely little old tea shop (complete with swinging doors and feng shui mirrors)which serves Chinese tea as well as a variety of other teas. I had the Cameron highlands tea, and was naively surprised that it tasted like English tea!!!! Around China town there are also lots of brightly coloured, incense fumed ...


A travel blog entry by coopsey91

... different to any we had seen before, they were essentially push bikes with a carriage attached alongside it, each tuc tuc had been decorated with bright light and Disney characters with different themes. Some of them even had speakers mounted on the back. After walking around for a bit we found a restaurant and ate well whilst a Malayan woman sang a load of power ballads. We were the only ones in the restaurant so it was like getting our own personal show. She tried to get one of us ...


A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul

World Heritage City Melaka; what we did; why we didn't do what we didn't do; what we ate; final wildlife.

We arrived in Melaka by bus from KL last Sunday and took a local bus into the city. We easily found our guesthouse, Cafe 1511 which is, as the name suggests, also a cafe. It is in a beautiful old Chinese shophouse, next door to the Baba Nyonya House Museum (more on which later), of which it once formed the servants' quarters. There were only five ...

Fireworks in Malacca.

A travel blog entry by gapyearat41


... 9km.

We had a lovely day walking through the narrow streets and along the river on both sides past all the historic buildings.

We ate at the Famosa Chicken Rice Ball restaurant, this is a traditional Malacca dish. I thought it would be balls with chicken and rice in them and wasn't too sure as I thought it may be chicken mush! How wrong I was and Martin thought it hilarious that I hadn't realised it was Chicken and then rice balls..literally balls of rice. So thats ...

Jonkers bonkers

A travel blog entry by teambrazier


... called Jonker Street that is famous for its antiques. Personally I thought it was just full of the usual old tat of souvenirs and for some reason a plethora of Durian shops (we still have not got over the retching we experience when we smell it!) However, we did eat in a lovely restaurant on the first night that used to be an old mansion - I had the famous Laksa which had a few too many unidentifiable things floating in it for me to really enjoy!

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This hotel, located on G-2 Pangsapuri Tun Perak, Melaka, is near St. Paul's Hill (Bukit St. Paul), A'Famosa Fort, Porta de Santiago, and Chinatown - Melaka.
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