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Travel Blogs from Melaka
Spent the morning travelling from Singapore accross the border into Malaysia, which took 4 hours by bus to reach our destination of Melaka. Spent the day walking round the Heritage Site, seeing an old Fortress and Curch and Museum. In the evening went on a Trishaw ride around the town. They are so beautifully decorated.. If you like over the top.
Nu har vi förflyttat oss till Melaka 4,5h med buss norrut från Singapore. Fortfarande rätt fuktigt, men kanske en aning bättre. Eller så börjar man bli van :-/ Dagens stora upplevelse är själva staden som finns med på världsarvslistan och Trishawn så klart. Cykeltaxi helt enkelt :-)
We now in Melaka, south of Malaysia took us two hours on a bus journey from KL to get here. It's a cleaner, quieter place but brimming with history and things to do. Have seen a lot over last couple of days here, as you can see from the photo's - from checking out churches, boat cruise, a fort, even more temples (every time I see a temple it still …
Mon 29th Nov
After an early start we embarked on a 4hr bus journey from Singapore to Melaka. The bus had freezing air-con, I loved it but Clare didn't because she was too cold, the bus was really nice as we were both expecting a public bus to be a Beestons banger packed to the rafters with chickens but it was fine thankfully.
We had to go …
Melaka is a town on Malaysia's west coast, that faces out onto the Straights of Malacca and is said to be one of the oldest ports in South East Asia. In 2008 it was made a Unesco World Heritage site so the Dutch colonial buildings are well preserved and the streets are kept clean. We arrived after as smooth 4 hour bus journey from Singapore - …