Hinly Hotel

150 Jalan Parameswara, Melaka, Melaka State, 75000, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Melaka

Stop Whispering

A travel blog entry by nana.koranteng on Jun 15, 2014

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... happiness here. I'm going to take in these new experiences, eat as much tasty street food as possible, and shop (at this point I'm beginning to think that's part of Malaysian culture with the number of shopping malls that are in KL). Anyway, yesterday I went on a day trip with some new friends to Malacca and belows a brief rundown of our trip.

"THE STRAITS OF MALACCA!!!!", "More Durian!!", "Let's get ...

We Found It Somewhat Melaking

A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on Jan 13, 2014

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... is quite as impressive as, say, Iguazu National Park or the Grand Canyon. From the places we've been, I'm not sure anywhere does quite as much as Melaka to undermine its own appeal.

Granted, we arrived at an inopportune time. It was just before a Hindu festival, and near the lunar New Year, so a few things were closed. Several tour groups also descended on the town; but more on that later. Our first stroll into town definitely wasn't what we had expected though. The ...


A travel blog entry by broklutze on Nov 24, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... but unless you are into museum after museum, there is no real necessity of visiting and/or me getting involved in the details. Why did I come? Being half the trip of Kuala Lumpur and having a weekend only night market were the sale points for me. Heading off to grab a bite, I made it 100m around the corner to find a bloke selling Poh Piah. Poh Piah - an unfried spring roll consisting of chilli sambal, greens, bean sprouts, tofu and a nice lump of turnip it measures about 20cm long and ...

Singapore and on to Malaysia by train

A travel blog entry by hsa on Oct 22, 2013

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... the station but we get checked through pretty much on time, clearing both sets of border control in the station, without too much ado, and the train leaves on time, crossing the causeway into Malaysia. There are huge pipes running across the causeway which supply 30% of Singapore’s water: they are working to become water independent including creating a fresh water reservoir by barraging Marina Bay.

The First Class compartment is quite smart, I think recently ...


A travel blog entry by bee.sass on Feb 15, 2013

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... best shopping stops. Cheng Hoon Temple took my breath away, the detail in the temple itself both outside & in is exquisite. Inside there is gold everywhere, statues, huge lanterns hanging from the ceiling & the smell of incense and candle wax is thick in the air. There was a prayer in progress when we got there, three monks chanting, drumming on a drum & hitting on chimes in unison. It was really special to witness a Chinese prayer. Overall Malacca ...

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