Hotel Sri Kota

318-A & 319-A, Jalan Tun Ali, Melaka, Melaka State, 75300, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 318-A & 319-A, Jalan Tun Ali, Melaka, is near St. Paul's Hill (Bukit St. Paul), Porta de Santiago, A'Famosa Fort, and Chinatown - Melaka.
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Travel Blogs from Melaka

Regional Reverie Gets Into The Groove

A travel blog entry by regionalreverie on Mar 10, 2014

... verse of Blake's "Jerusalem" as the train departed KL on time. My clean but somewhat cramped second class carriage was nearly empty, but the train filled up at two suburban stops in Kajang and Seremban. The train consisted f seven stainless steel carriages hauled by a rather sooty Kawasaki locomotive. The train trundled through the interminable sprawl of KL's southern suburbs and then found itself in the countryside.
The train trip reminded me a lot of Queensland, and not ...

Pile the Heads Here (Malaysia)

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Feb 26, 2014

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There are several bridges crossing the river. One bridge in particular has an interesting, but horrible, story. During a time when the Japanese occupied Malaca, they placed the heads from the vicitims they beheaded at the foot of this bridge. Just a little reminder for the locals to stay in line. Malaca is a Malaysian town with the city split by the Malaka River. The river was at one time dubbed the "Venice of the East" by European seafarers. I changed from the long-distance ...

World heritage town

A travel blog entry by cata.san.martin on Dec 04, 2013

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... Chinatown, one of the oldest there are in the area, an old colonial fortress (Puerta de Santiago), some old catholic churches and more. On friday and saturday nights, some streets in Chinatown close to open a night market. It gets a bir crowded so be cautious with your belongings. In the market you'll be able to dine, buy antiques and malaysian crafts, listen to music and see all kinds of different ...


A travel blog entry by hannahneo on Jul 26, 2013

... trinkets and everything you could imagine! Then this old doctor throws and eats fire and punches coconuts... as you do.... We decided again to follow lonely planets recommendation and try fish and chicken balls (not as in the man parts but literally just balls of meat), laska (some rogue looking curry), cendol (weird syrupy ice with jelly fruit) and crisps on a stick with chilli powder poured all over. ...

Colorful Melaka

A travel blog entry by mag.m on Mar 18, 2013

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... many influences from different countries. To begin with the Portuguese which arrived in Malacca long long time ago. They were great sailors as everyone knows so they got to Melaka in order to merchandise and get the precious spices to Europe. They tried to make the people change their religion to Christianity, damaged the mosques and Hindu temples and they encouraged the Portuguese soldiers to get married with local women. There are still some people ...

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