Formosa Hotel

Address: No. C4 & C6 Jalan Kesidang 3/9, Melaka, Melaka State, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No. C4 & C6 Jalan Kesidang 3/9, Melaka, is near St. Paul's Hill (Bukit St. Paul), Porta de Santiago, A'Famosa Fort, and Chinatown - Melaka.
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Travel Blogs from Melaka


A travel blog entry by orla_liam on May 15, 2015

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... 1511 when the Spanish managed to capture the city. The Spanish generally did a poor job of running things, and all the local trade moved elsewhere; the Dutch didn’t improve things much when they ousted the Spaniards in the mid-1600s. Next were the British, who briefly tried to shut the city down completely and move everyone out, but eventually ended up deciding to keep the place until the Japanese moved in during ...

Second Night: Budget or maybe...simplicity

A travel blog entry by deut2929 on Nov 15, 2014

... lot and then tried to psyho us to eat from their stall. We still went for Stall no. 1.

After dinner, we hung around Jonker night market until it started to drizzle and followed by heavy downpour -.-" The entire ...

Malacca and the empire that became a restaurant

A travel blog entry by inesoca on Sep 01, 2014

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... speak a Portuguese dialect. I didn't test it out, because he said sometimes they understand Portuguese from Portugal sometimes they don't. Maybe they got visitors from Azores. The whole place is like an enclave in the middle of nowhere full of Portuguese sea food Portuguese restaurants. The street names are Portuguese surnames. How crazy is this? That 400 later there is still something there even though it was little over 100 years of Portuguese ...

Malaysia with dengue Duffy

A travel blog entry by carolinephe on Jul 16, 2014

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... with street food and fireworks and that was pretty cool. We went back to that same regaee bar after and then were hanging out with three other Americans, a dude from KL (who confirmed it's actually known as KL) and another guy that I think was dutch? Had a bit of Craic with them, especially one American which was a total prick in a funny way so I was obviously loving him. We went down the road and mick got some street food, I still wasn't embracing Asian food, so got nothing, ...


A travel blog entry by bgibson on Jan 26, 2014

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Malacca is a really neat city. It was a really important port for a really long time, and has Dutch and English influence. There are some cool old buildings and a really neat old town area with a lot of good restaurants. From here, I caught the ferry to ...