Grand Continental Melaka

No 20 Jalan Tun Sri Lanang, Melaka, Melaka State, 75100, Malaysia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on No 20 Jalan Tun Sri Lanang, Melaka, is near St. Paul's Hill (Bukit St. Paul), Porta de Santiago, A'Famosa Fort, and Losari Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Melaka

    Malacca day 2

    A travel blog entry by benwalsh91 on Jul 03, 2014

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    ... place a few blocks away so we went a tried it out. We both got the Nyonya Asam Laksa that the lady working there recommended. It was a spicy broth that had a hint of tomato soup to it filled with thick rice noodles and all kinds of bits and pieces. Egg, prawn, tofu, seafood ball, tuna, and much more. Tasted better then I could have imagined and bought on the sweats and runny nose! That only cost 7 ringgit We got the craving for ...

    Old world cities and world class beaches.

    A travel blog entry by djgoes on Jan 18, 2014

    22 photos

    ... but with only a few foreign tourists around, it is very quiet during the week. Empty white sand beaches and yesterday there was a total of maybe two dozen people on a 600-800 meter beach. There are lots of choices for restaurants and all is reasonably priced. Rooms and meals can easily be kept under 50$ a day during the week. This is what Donna has been waiting for.
    The place we are staying is famous for the wild great hornbills that show up at 6:30 ...

    And relax...

    A travel blog entry by rednosefg on Nov 28, 2013

    18 photos

    ... was the Islamic Malay museum which was really interesting and culturally relevant. The museum of Malacca which I visited previously just told me the story of kite making in China. Most of the tourist sites are in a pedestrianized zone so, for those who don't want to use their legs in the humid heat, there are many tricycles which ferry people around. They look a bit like the Thai tuk-tuks but work like a bicycle so are much, much safer! ...

    Singapore and on to Malaysia by train

    A travel blog entry by hsa on Oct 22, 2013

    8 photos

    ... on South Bridge Street which had been full on Friday – though only just as someone was leaving. Clearly very popular. Ordering was entertainment in itself. The menu has clear pictures of the dishes and a caption in English (of sorts) and Chinese characters. No numbers. The staff are all mainland Chinese so don’t speak English and you place your order as is relatively common here by ticking a list with the food/drinks numbered on it. In Chinese only. So the game is ...

    The Learning Curve

    A travel blog entry by stuartcharles on Feb 16, 2013

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... direction. And so the day went on, we found our way onto one of the motorcycle paths which travels parallel to the expressway and followed that as far as we could until we were eventually forced onto the highway itself. While the traffic proved to be a little unnerving, it was encouraging to finally be putting some distance behind us. While we'd both made declarative promises to each other earlier that day that each day would be counted as a success and that we'd never ...