Dragon Hotel

91C, Jalan Perak, Melaka, Melaka State, 75300, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Melaka

The confused town of Melaka

A travel blog entry by almightyg73

10

... The Bridges in Sunderland could achieve such a status due the fact it houses the worlds highest and unspoilt population of Chavs on the planet. So off we wandered. Along the riverside and onto Jonker street to grab some chicken rice balls and a well known local spot. Jonker street looked pretty enough as does the riverside there. It is very colonial looking. Melaka and indeed the rest of Malaysia has been occupied by the Dutch and the Portuguese along with our ...

Malaca (Malysia)

A travel blog entry by usatexan

96

... musician. He plays with bands in the different countries and cities he visits. There were large, comfortable, relaxation chairs to use at the bus station. I wonder if they are trying to say it might be a rough ride? The ride to Malacca supplies some beautiful scenery. The climb into the mountains and the palm tree foliage made the 8 hour bus ride pass quickly. It's good I had the scenery to occupy my time, because on the buses here they don't allow any type of food or ...

Malaysia breathes a sigh of relief

A travel blog entry by trish.coverdale

4
16

... though so one day, rucksack packed to the brim with water, I head north looking for somewhere nice to plonk myself overlooking the sea. After about half an hour I came to a road that ran parallel with the sea and found a lovely tree to sit under (after checking for historical signs!) and spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing and reading with the warm breeze keeping me from boiling over. Lovely!
The Trishaws were something else! Whizzing all over ...

From Singapore to Malacca by coach

A travel blog entry by mickbarstow

20

... cycle rickshaws covered in gaudy lights and plastic flowers. Some of the latter have loud sound systems that really spoil the ambience.

There is also a more modern part of Malacca with the usual shopping centres etc. We bought a couple of t-shirts as they were good value.

We found a nice Malaysian restaurant by the river for dinner that also sold pizza for Melissa, very nice!


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An outbreak of Booths in Malacca!

A travel blog entry by rachandandytrip

22

... needs to be said. We were put in a back-room on our own (no problem to us - it had air con!), and soon had ordered a few platefuls to share; including chicken with black nut (an undescribable flavour but very pleasant), a delicious tender pork dish, a fish dish, some beautiful dressed greens and a few beers. Everything was delicious and can't be complimented highly enough - the place is a real advocate for not judging a book by its cover. Feeling very ...

 

TravelPod Member ReviewsDragon Hotel Melaka

Reviewed by zsiti

Awesome Room and Convenient Location

Reviewed Mar 24, 2012
by (12 reviews) Holland Village , Singapore Flag of Singapore

The family room we took were spacious and the location is walking distance from the main shopping area, the pahlawan mall, Jonker street, etc. in the evening right at the street level below are the full stretch of night market which makes it such a convenient place to stay at...

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

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