Hotel Sentral Riverview Melaka
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... British captain apologized profusely for this incident and announced as a small compensation for this inconvenience there would be complimentary champagne at dinner -- which was very well received. We elected for open seating at dinner and as a result we never know who our dinner mates will be and have met neat interesting people. Many Brits and Aussies on board, fewer Americans and Canadians -- but whoever is at the ...
... to the Dutch laws. Melaka was theirs till they passed it to the British in the 1824. The British neglected the place, instead focusing their efforts on the more strategically located ports of Singapore and Java. As a whole Malaysia became independent in 1957.
Even with the dozens of day trips from KL, Jonker Street, was pretty quiet as everyone was at the variety of landmarks. We walked around and had a late lunch at a small ...
... 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 ...
... and currently sits the 6th biggest ariel antenna in the world. Both dwarf the city of skyscrapers and high raised buildings. I suppose this is training for what I'm going to see in Singapore. One thing to mention about the patronas towers is that the bridge that connects the twin towers together is not actually securely fasten to each other. This is due to the plates in which are beneath the ground and down to the seismic pressures or any ...
... 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 ...