Classic Hotel

69, Jalan Ali, Muar, Johor, 8400, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 69, Jalan Ali, Muar.
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    Travel Blogs from Muar

    Day 207 - Melaka - Culture Vultures

    A travel blog entry by neensandpete on Mar 02, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... famous fort which we climbed up to. Enough of the culture by then, we were dying of thirst so headed back down to Jongers Street and stopped for some cold drinks. We then found a restaurant for lunch. We are eating a lot in Melaka! This afternoon we chilled by the pool and Jules and Pete treated themselves to some more spa treatments. Tonight we enjoyed some beers on the hotel terrace before heading into town for our last dinner in ...

    A day at the mall, in a historic city

    A travel blog entry by aserota on Aug 14, 2013

    Melaka is known for being a historic town frequently visited by tourists; however after a day in the town we found ourselves nearly missing a lot of its past and opting for a more Western feel.

    The morning was spent in China Town and the Dutch area; roaming the streets for local food and new visions. The afternoon and evening was spent solely in the shopping mall where we shopped and watched ...

    Melaka

    A travel blog entry by dgvp on Nov 26, 2012

    28 photos

    ... the hill to see the remains of St Paul's Church. It was built by a Portuguese sea captain who traded in the straits of Melaka to thank god for his safe passage along the dangerous routes. After taking a good look around St Paul's we headed down to Porta de Santiago, built by the Portuguese as a fortress in 1511. There are only remnants left of the fort now as the Dutch destroyed much of it when they arrived. Luckily in 1810, Sir Raffles came by and saved the current remains. ...

    Archery In A Mall

    A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Jun 16, 2012

    26 photos

    ... only a handful of near-death incidents with rogue vehicles which was good given recent experiences). Massive land-reclamation projects have pushed many of the former seaside sites inland, and there is a real threat that this historic centre is becoming too much of an amusement park in order to satisfy the domestic tourists, but at this point you could still sense the former glory days under the Melaka sultanates when the city was a wealthy centre for ...

    Old Colonial Town

    A travel blog entry by irishandmonkey on Feb 28, 2012

    23 photos

    ... out a soup and roti. It was a soft roti and different from the one that sometimes comes with Indian food. It was a kind of dough-like. Anyway, we had this with the soup which had swordfish in it! Yum!! We also tried some Otak which is basically a paste made from fish. I wasn’t too keen on it but Michael liked it.

    So comes the end of day one. Amazing food – what can we say!

    Our 2nd day dawns - we have 1 full day before we are due to leave ...