Klebang Beach Resort

Address: 92-1 KM9 Batang Tiga, Melaka, Melaka State, 76400, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 92-1 KM9 Batang Tiga, Melaka, is near St. Paul's Hill (Bukit St. Paul), Porta de Santiago, A'Famosa Fort, and Chinatown - Melaka.
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A travel blog entry by travelpeainapod on Feb 05, 2015

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... 8221; Gab observed, using the tip of her fingers to scratch circles into the stone we were sitting on.
“I know! It’s amazing how popular the Gujarati stalls are, considering they only started trading eastward towards Malacca at the beginning of the fifteenth century. Previous to that point, the Gujarati participated in port trading during the rise of the Delhi Sultanate.” I waved my hands in the air, almost whacking a passerby in the ...

New Year's Eve

A travel blog entry by janerob55 on Dec 31, 2014

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... bought a pottery wind chime of a cat . The square is a hive of activity and included many rickshaw drivers. The rickshaws are decorated in a variety of ways with toys flowers etc. Each rickshaw has a theme and have their own sound system to travel by. The songs played are often related to the bike ie Frozen seems to be in at the moment and the sound track from that is played along your drive. We walked a little along the river front and had a ...

Malaka/ Malacca

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 02, 2014

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... read SG's diary about our Iranian experiences and she especially wants to see photographs of SG in her 'Iran' kit. We assure her that we intend to return one day and see the places we missed this time around.

*Malaka/ Malacca - the name conjures up spices, exotica and maritime travel. Arab traders brought Islam to Malaka in the 12 Century. By late 14 century Malaka was already an independent kingdom that was considered a centre of learning for Islam. ...

A day in Malacca

A travel blog entry by lb12 on Mar 26, 2014

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... Hard Rock Cafe and as soon as one guy saw me with my bag he asked me, "Taksi Sir?" We agreed on a RM20 fare and off we went. This guy wasn't as dangerous a driver as the first which was probably a good thing. If I had my time again I would probably arrive late in Malacca late in the day, stay overnight and depart in the afternoon. Probably on a Friday or Saturday as everything I've read about Malacca and signs around the town said that the Jonker St night markets are not to be ...


A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Oct 11, 2013

World Heritage City Melaka; what we did; why we didn't do what we didn't do; what we ate; final wildlife.

We arrived in Melaka by bus from KL last Sunday and took a local bus into the city. We easily found our guesthouse, Cafe 1511 which is, as the name suggests, also a cafe. It is in a beautiful old Chinese shophouse, next door to the Baba Nyonya House Museum (more on which later), of which it once formed the servants' quarters. There were only five ...