Hotel Equatorial Melaka
Travel Blogs from Melaka
Why is Iskandar Malaysia so much more developed than Batam?
I can't stop thinking about that since we arrived yesterday. Having heard and read so much about economic development during my studies, I can finally experience theory in reality.
Visiting the Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA) I hope to get some answers …
What should you do one night in Melaka?
The night in Melaka for the first time I feel like on vacation. First, we explore the city on a walking tour and get inspired by the cultural mix. The Dutch, Portuguese and British influenced the city as colonial powers. Since Melaka was on the spice route, traders from all over the world stayed …
Cheery wave goodbye, in the rain, from Bob & Vita, as we get into a taxi headed for the city in order to catch a coach to Melaka. The five hour journey passes without event, other than plantation after plantation after plantation, and good conversations with two gay civil servants, one French, one English. Initial observations on the …
A full day exploring Melaka by foot. Dodging once more the ubiquitous tri-shaw wallahs, we set off past the Porta de Santiago and remains of the great Portuguese Fort of A Formosa, together with the Proclamation of Independence Memorial, which is actually a building. Onwards then towards the town square and our planned walking trail.
This would …
Seri Nyonya Peranakan Restaurant Melaka
The Seri Nyonya Restaurant has actually not been given it's share of credit when people talk about nyonya restaurants in Melaka, despite having won the title of "Best Award Winning Restaurant" from the Tourism Office. This might be due to the fact that the other restaurants have existed way before …
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center