Gold Leaf Hotel
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... the movie with assassins and secret agents all after the sultan. Hahah Can we stumbled upon a festival near St. Paul's Church. This would explain why Malacca became so incredibly busy with in the last day. It was a bit too weird for liking with dudes dressed up like deers but wearing next to no clothing and walking in slow-motion across the ground. The church itself was really small and really rundown but also very pretty perched on top of a hill ...
... one another and are very welcoming, often asking you questions about where your from and enjoy talking to people who are not from the area just as much as there next door neighbour. In other areas of Asia I always felt that the person talking to you always just wanted your money but in Malaysia we received nothing but good will and help from locals. Kuala Lumpur was a city, but a city with buildings that looked like they were built with the future in ...
... The border crossing into Malaysia was nice and quick and smooth but we felt a bit lost when we got to Melaka. Apparently all the local ATM's shut down on a night until 2am so there we were in Melaka Sentral bus station in the middle of the night wondering how we were going to make to our guesthouse with no local currency. After chatting with a few taxi drivers we sorted out a ride into the main part of town first as they had a 24hr HSBC ATM and then on to where we ...
... Melaka flourished and solidified its status as a major trade center.
The Dutch handed Melaka over to the British during the Napoleonic War, and Melaka declined again under British rule, as Britain focused its energies more on its other settlements in the Straits (Singapore and Penang). This actually helped to keep Melaka's old center intact, and so the areas on both sides of the river are very well-preserved. The historic town center (the ...
... and thankfully the rain held off (as its monsoon season it’s been raining a lot here apparently). In the evening went on the Melaka river cruise for 15 ringitts which despite my reservations i thoroughly enjoyed. It leaves from the old harbour area and heads up river for about 9km and then back. On the way you pass loads of restored riverside houses many of which have been ...