Formosa Hotel

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), A'Famosa Fort, Porta de Santiago, and Chinatown - Melaka.
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Travel Blogs from Melaka

Malacca day 2

A travel blog entry by benwalsh91 on Jul 03, 2014

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... walking and second guessing we finally came across Bistro Year 1673. This place was really nice and catered for both local and westernised cuisines. We ordered the special bistro burger... A double stack burger that was delicious served with a side of chips and also got a coffee all for 39 ringgit. Filled the hole and killed the cravings so it was just what we were after. We then decide we should do the tourist thing and get some pictures ...

Old world cities and world class beaches.

A travel blog entry by djgoes on Jan 18, 2014

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... but the ferries that service the coastal islands are not even guaranteed to operate. Most of the tourist facilities are shut down until mid Feb. and diving visibility is poor. That leaves us with a couple of Islands on the west coast for beach time and the Cameron Highlands of coffee/tea plantations and jungle walks. If we do head toThailand too early we have to leave on what they refer to as a visa run at least once more before we fly home. (30 day visa). ...

And relax...

A travel blog entry by rednosefg on Nov 28, 2013

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... at a time when the rest of Malaysia is fully booked, many guest houses, hostels, cafés, restaurants and shops here have permanently closed which creates a bit of a 'ghost town' feel, especially in the evening when the streets are deserted. Such a shame as it really is a nice, safe town with some of the nicest people I've ever met. Yesterday morning I arrived here courtesy of the very comfortable and efficient 2 hour bus from Kuala Lumpur. ...

Singapore and on to Malaysia by train

A travel blog entry by hsa on Oct 22, 2013

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... as most of the Indians here are from Tamil Nadu. They came here either as transportee criminals from British India to make bricks and put up buildings (they make very good bricks in Tamil Nadu), or they came as Sikhs when Singapore formed an army, or finally they were invited as money changers to run the earliest banks so people didn’t have to pay for everything in rupees. Even today most money changing is not carried out by the banks but by licensed money changers. We had a ...

Back in China… I mean Melaka

A travel blog entry by overlander84 on Apr 23, 2013


... 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!! ...