Hotel Seri Malaysia Melaka
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... colour, style, history, humour, food and heat. None of its wild west past is left other than the architectural gems that have earned it UNESCO World Heritage status. Like Georgetown in Penang, it is all Chinese-style terrace houses with a good collection of Dutch and British colonial buildings as well.
Unlike Georgetown, Malacca really caters for tourists, with loads of shopping opportunities, as well as funky bars and restaurants. My ongoing search for ...
... you go there during the day, you can ask nicely and people will let you into there houses.
The combination of 10kms on bike and the reflexology massage we had in Chinatown had me walking around like Quasimodo for a couple of days!
Mum and I also paid this poor bugger to sweat his **** off peddling us around in a trishaw for an hour to see the sites. The whole city is busting with history from it's very eventful and ...
... In the choosing direction lottery some people are right and
some people are wrong, this time Sanne was right and she accepted her victory
graciously, and of course never mentioned it again…hmmm. We found the hostel
and a crazy man outside pointed to the front door bell so we rang it, someone came
downstairs to let us in and then proceeded to have an argument with the crazy
man. Apparently he wanted some money from the owner for recommending the hostel
... used to pay tax according to the width of the front door and the number of front windows. He then showed us the clever Chinese answer to this in a very narrow tiny looking house from the front, with no windows, which opened up into a huge long house with massive open double doors and array of windows at the rear.
Next day we headed out to the central bus station, completely dominated by a huge Tesco, to find our way to the capital Kuala Lumpur.
... they moved on to Singapore the next day so we exchanged some stories and shared a drink together. They had been to the Perhintian Islands off the East coast of Malaysia and were telling me some horror stories about the weather there, smililar to the flooding on the Eastern Islands of Thailand but not quite as bad. Will have to keep close to the weather reports before I move on anywhere. I was starting to feel a bit hot so thought I had better put some after sun on as it ...