Atlantic Park Hotel
Travel Blogs from Melaka
... to get to Malacca in one day from the Cameron Highlands. Fortunately the night market was worth the long journey and we were relieved to find that it wasn't as busy as some of the other tourist orientated night markets we've visited, meaning we actually had room to move whilst browsing the numerous stalls, the majority of which were food related - perfect! Our favourite thing about night markets is the completely random assortment of cheap food that you end up eating. We ...
... for fun. It ended up being the biggest mall in Malaysia (according to its sign) which we could believe because it was hugeeeee. It went on forever and had so many different levels which made for a little adventure in itself. Afterwards we walked through the craft market but there wasn't much there so we headed back to the hotel for a bit. For dinner we went back to the cafe we had been to for lunch and had the same lovely server which was ...
... another shopping mall where we bought most of our stuffs.
1905: Left the mall.
1930: Enjoyed our complimentary cocktail at the Executive Lounge again.
Day 3 of 3: 26 December 2013 (Thursday)
0930: Had our breakfast.
1100: Checked out and left the hotel.
1120: Shopping at Aeon Bandaraya Melaka.
1430: Left the mall.
1455: Top up petrol.
1515: Start on the Highway.
1600: Toilet and shopping ...
... group needs, wishes and plans going forward. In the afternoon, many things were happening simultaneously. I shared my Khan & Digital Literacy Group videos with many participants, along with other files that folks were finding helpful. My repair session to demo fixing the black screen after storage brick problem which happens when the clock battery discharges completely in the motherboard, was very popular and successful. And with Wan ...
... then you go down and there is the one remaining gate from the Portuguese city walls, plus a replica Sultan’s Palace.
In the evening we decided to try Pak Putra, an Indian restaurant recommended in the guide for its outstanding Tandoori chicken – near the hotel in the opposite direction to the town centre where, as we observed yesterday, much is closed in the evenings. So it’s a surprise to round the corner and see a whole row of Malay and ...