Bamboo Hotel

No: 8-12, Jalan Kesidang 3/2, Melaka, Melaka State, 75200, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Melaka

Destination 10 – Kuala Lumpur

A travel blog entry by t-dot


... 6:30pm and headed out for a walk. The plan was to grab some dinner and Martin and I immediately regretted eating such a big lunch so late. We went to a restaurant close by and ordered a reasonable amount of food for 1 hungry person and 2 full people to share. We were lucky that by the time we got to the restaurant and got our food we had digested enough of lunch to be able to fit more in our stomachs. We had a great dinner with Jacenta and then we ...

Old world cities and world class beaches.

A travel blog entry by djgoes


... hours. We have spent 3 nights here and have thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Just about everyone speaks English which makes it much easier. The signs are quite often in English which really helps also.
Our plans were to continue around the bottom of the peninsula and up the east coast but once again lack of research is biting us in the butt. The majority of beach islands are on the east coast which is just nicely into their monsoon season. Not only is travel ...

Singapore and on to Malaysia by train

A travel blog entry by hsa


... a slightly slower start to recover from all this walking in the heat, we 2 set off to view Little India and the Arab quarter. We stuck our noses (and bare feet) into the temple where they were coal walking last night. They were taking the scaffolding down and had soused the coals but there they were in the cold light of day…

Easy trip up on the metro then really just a look around both areas. Little India is indeed like taking a step into India – South ...


A travel blog entry by derekandjo


... The streets are spotlessly clean, no graffiti and the whole area is a no smoking zone but you can get alcohol !
They have many museums mostly free and even got a Hard Rock Cafe.
Melaka made its fortune through its Port, hence so many different cultures all mixed together, and up until 50 years ago the Opium trade was a huge provider of wealth even Elizabeth 1st fought to keep the trade going as ...

Back in China… I mean Melaka

A travel blog entry by overlander84


... on top of things before I depart the next morning by 2 hour boat to Dumai. And then without stopping (hopefully) catch a 10 hours bus north to Medan where, in the north, I can hike around some stunning crater lakes, see orangutans and volcanoes, before then catching a 24-28 hour bus to the centre of the island, 30-35 hour buses in some cases apparently if I want to go further south. Wish me luck. Internet is no guarantee. I hear the roads are an adventure too!! ...


This hotel, located on No: 8-12, Jalan Kesidang 3/2, Melaka, is near St. Paul's Hill (Bukit St. Paul), Porta de Santiago, A'Famosa Fort, and Chinatown - Melaka.
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