Lotus Inn

Address: 2846 Jalan Semabok, Melaka, Melaka State, 75050, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Airport/Irving area of Melaka, is near St. Francis Xavier Church, Portuguese Square, Sam Po Kong Temple, and A'Famosa Golf Course.
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      A travel blog entry by travelpeainapod on Feb 05, 2015

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      ... class="kix-line-break">I don’t think they noticed, but I stilled gave them an apologetic nod. Gab stopped scratching the stone and furrowed her brows.
      “Things got pretty crazy for them with the Delhi Sultanate.”
      “Yeah, in 1298 the Gujarati were forced into it. Initially, military strictness and violent conquests wreaked havoc, but the wealthy Delhi Sultanate members increased their trade. The trend kept ...

      New Year's Eve

      A travel blog entry by janerob55 on Dec 31, 2014

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      ... lemon tea for me and a beer for Tim before exploring Jonker Street. As we were walking down the river front I heard this noise behind a fence and there were two big lizards . We had seen one on our walk the day before and they seem to be a common sighting in drains etc . . I loved the old buildings and some of the shops selling old junk . We also spent some time in the Cheng Hoon Temple and the St Francis Xaviers Church which was very simple ...

      Malaka/ Malacca

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... the Portuguese arrived, took control and tried their best to weaken the Muslim faith by destroying mosques and tombs. As if it were so easy... In 1641 the Portuguese were ousted from the Malaka region by the Dutch who were becoming mighty powerful in the Far East, having taken Java in 1619 and made Jakarta their Eastern capital. Finally in 1824 we came along and seized control until we granted independence to Malaysia in 1957. Today Malaka city is still a ...

      Bus to Malacca

      A travel blog entry by lb12 on Mar 25, 2014

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      ... place was dark and at first I thought I wouldn't be able to get inside but the front door was unlocked and I entered a dark room with an empty reception counter. There was a phone on the counter with a number to ring for assistance. I tried it but the number wouldn't connect. As I was putting the phone down an employee arrived at the desk. I explained that I had a reservation. After giving my name he said I thought I wasn't coming, queried why I ...


      A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Oct 11, 2013

      ... the guesthouse. Almost all the other guests were Chinese, Japanese or Thai, and all only stayed for one night. Some nights there was nobody else there, and once the staff left at 5.00 pm we had the place to ourselves. However, we resisted the temptation to raid the fridge in the cafe.

      Melaka is a beautiful and historic city. It was occupied by the Portuguese centuries ago, and then by the Dutch, and then by the British, so there are some very ...

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