Grand Continental Melaka
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... tending view of Malacca. On the way down the hill the taxi driver stopped Justin and made a remark about how tall he was. Then without even asking said I'm going to take a photo of you and moved Justin into position. I walked in front of the guy moved his camera out of the way and said no that's rude you don't just take pictures of people without asking. He came back with some rude remark. I'm so fed up and over the tall jokes and people treating Justin like ...
... sheer size of the patronas towers is simply staggering standing at around 450 metres tall (will have to check) about the size of 70 houses stacked on top of each other and dominated the skyline as we looked out of our hostel on our rooftop bar it's the 8th tallest building in the world so the sight was brilliant and did not get old or boring no matter the amount of buckets I had drank. Ha. The kl tower was also once the tallest man made structure in ...
... by the river in the old town near Jonker Street. Once in and sorted we crashed out and caught up on some badly needed sleep.
I had wanted to visit Melaka the first time I was in Malaysia before Christmas but ended up going straight to the animal shelter in Langkawi instead so I was keen to see what Melaka had to offer once we were up and sorted the next day. Melaka is another World Heritage site which these days seems to mean pretty much nothing. I'm ...
... area) and Little India are on one side of the river, and Chinatown is on the other.
We started our wanderings in Chinatown, zigzagging our way through various streets and alleys and visiting the mosque, Hindu temple and Chen Hoon Teng temple. The Buddhist temple was abuzz with activity, and we watched many Chinese residents pray and make offerings in anticipation of the new year. We admired the architecture of the grand homes of the wealthy Peranakan ...
... guesthouses; what used to be the old bus station but is now a small 'fun fair’ with a ferris wheel; and a ‘traditional’ Melaka village. All along the river it is lit up and very atmospheric, so much so that i decided i would have a walk along the river the following morning before leaving town. Sadly however it didn’t have the same appeal in daylight as when lit up at ...