Hotel Bachang

Address: No.91-F, 1st, 2nd, 3rd Floor, Jalan Tun Perak, Melaka, Melaka State, 75200, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.91-F, 1st, 2nd, 3rd Floor, Jalan Tun Perak, Melaka, is near St. Paul's Hill (Bukit St. Paul), Chinatown - Melaka, A'Famosa Fort, and Porta de Santiago.
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Travel Blogs from Melaka

Chelsea's first blog: A day in Malacca

A travel blog entry by robhoskin on Mar 27, 2015

4 comments, 4 photos

... tuk-tuk looking things we have ever seen!! The are beautifully decorated bikes we've passenger seats, and fairy lights and different themes such as FroZen, spider man and iron man!!! I wanted to go on the Frozen one which blasted out Let it Go, but it was more expensive than our 3 hour journey to malacca, and Rob didn't exactly approve, so we gave it a miss!! Dinner was nice, and after dinner we went for another explore! My instincts lead us to following some bright ...

Visiting Malacca – 1st time through the stra

A travel blog entry by carolmartin on Mar 01, 2015

14 photos

... for ‘wisdom’). The family comes to pray for wisdom for their children and then have the children run 3 times around the small altar to seal the deal. Another featured the Tiger God, whose birthday is March 6. The small statues of the Tiger Gods were festively adorned in yellow robes.

This temple was crowded with young and old, come to celebrate the New Year (the observance and celebration of New Year varies country by country in Southeast Asia) ...

Jonker Street

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Dec 12, 2014

60 photos

... ago. Originally built by the Portuguese as a catholic church honouring the Virgin Mary about four hundred years ago, it has no roof. However, its thick walls have stood the test of time handsomely. Huge memorial slabs stand around the walls. Most are about six feet high and four feet wide and honour Dutch sailors and colonists; several feature the skull and cross bones. We took the long way back to Jonker Street, past dozens of trishaws covered in bright lights ...

Melaka, Mellaca, Mallaca

A travel blog entry by heathercharles on Aug 07, 2014

3 comments, 32 photos

... up via the rustic stairs. It soon became clear that it was an old cemetery. But it was spread over hills and grassy knolls for acres. And the burial plots were huge, some quite ornate. Some areas had fruit trees, as if it were an orchard and at the top there were really great views. We took a long winding path down the other side and never did see the entire area.

I wouldn't say we were lost when we got to the bottom, but we did have a ...

Marvellous Malacca, not just another UNESCO town

A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy on Jan 24, 2014

47 photos

... the river we enjoyed an iced coffee in a Malay cafe that exists alongside new hip bars that are waiting for an influx of trendies. The Porta de Santiago was next up on our sweaty tour. The remains of the 16th century Portuguese fortress complete with canons overlooking the river was well designed and great for people watching. As was the replica of the Malay Sulanate Water wheel nearby, transporting me back to the days where I could have married a spice trader. Our bikes ...

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