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... creating a unique kind of Chinese Baroque style.
It is worth waiting for an English speaking tour around the museum house which is still owned by the Chan family. You get to hear trivial but interesting bits of information such as:
- Peranakan furniture typically has no nails since nails are used in the construction of coffins and the Chinese are very superstitious of such associations.
- the 4 open courtyards within the house that are ...
... with cars and trucks of all sizes. In many countries in Asia only the 'rich' have autos. Most of the population are fortunate if they can afford a small motorbike. Here there are few motorbikes. The commuter trains run on rails above the city, right below are the many busses. Some of the busses are long distance busses and many are local, even free to ride busses. Yet, within sight of all this modern public transportation system there must be 20 or 30 men sleeping ...
... big ugly shopping malls in the new part of town. We walked up the hill to St Pauls church which was built by the Portuguese and had some dutch gravestones.
During the weekend there is a fantastic walking market in Melacca but as we arrived on a Monday we missed it, and it seemed quite quiet probably because it was the end of Ramadan as well. Many of the shops were shut or closed early.
The best thing about Melaka for us ...
... centre which you would not expect.
We came across a restaurant " Pak Putra" serving Tandoori chicken and other Pakistani cuisine. The Tandoori chicken, Naan, and other Pakistani cuisine have got the authentic taste and style. We especially loved the Tandoori & Butter Chicken, mmm... delicious.
One night we met up with the German girls Dani & Doro again to introduce them to the Pakistani restaurant, they loved ...
Woke at 7am to catch my 8:30 bus. How came with me in a taxi to the bus station. I am feeling hesitant in leaving Singapore. It has become such a constant for me - living in the same room and hanging with the sand people gave me security, but now it was back to the big bad world of hostels and getting ripped off by locals :( but I'm just being silly. I love backpacking! The only way to travel!! ... The bus ride over the bridge into Johor Baru went quickly. We ...