Classic Hotel

Address: 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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      Frog Porridge

      A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Aug 06, 2014

      7 photos

      ... imaginable kind of restaurant. On our second day we had some blinding dim sum for brekkie, then a big bowl of shaved ice, ice cream and mango, then some Malayan veggie spring rolls, then some weird pyramid-shaped blue dumplings and roast Chinese chicken (phew!! I feel a bit queasy just reading that back).

      A couple of days ago we decided to fly up to Penang, it was a sort of impulse buy, once I saw the flight was going to cost about 7.50 each, ...

      Pretty lady, miss, you want to buy?

      A travel blog entry by rednosefg on Nov 30, 2013

      16 photos

      ... a large round structure on the top of a hill with 5 canons. Apparently it was pretty effective method of destroying approaching armies. Next stop was Bukit Cina or China town. There was a nice temple (with associated tour groups!), traditional lanes with Chinese houses, delicious food and then the actual Bukit Cina - a hill covered in tomb stones and graves of whole families. From the top there was 360o view of the city which was nice. After this came a nice random ...

      General ruminations on a theme

      A travel blog entry by pinkwellie on Feb 16, 2013

      4 photos

      ... ruinously expensive! Very very hot. Fantastic jumble of sights sounds and smells especially in Jonker street. Visited Chinese mosque and temple as well as Buddhist ones and a church and a fort - so we did our culture bit. Then had some free time amongst the exotic restaurants and shops. Nowadays so much of the contents of these shops is available in the West, although there are a lot of antique shops and a huge mega mall (which we ...


      A travel blog entry by charlottekew on Aug 20, 2012

      ... really cool too. In the evening, we went out for dinner and some Malay guys at the next table were drinking vodka, so invited us to join them after we'd eaten. we had a couple of drinks with them and they seemed nice, but we wanted to go somewhere a little more upbeat. they offered to drive us to another bar, and thought we were laugh out loud funny, when we refused to get in their car after they'd polished off a litre of ...


      A travel blog entry by corinneparker on Feb 28, 2012

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      ... we had to push bike back to the guesthouse. That night we went to a restaurant called Capitol Satay, they spelt capital wrong as you see on many signs in asia. There is a queue every night, we had to wait for about an hour to get a table, Its basically a big boiling pot of satay sauce in the middle of the table, and you get sticks of whatever food you want, chicken,sausage,vegetables,fish if you like it, all sorts. Then you put your sticks in the ...