Lucky Inn Hotel

116-3/116-4 Jalan Bendahara, Melaka, Melaka State, 75100, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Melaka

Melaka - Delicious Food!

A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96


... Japanese Karaoke). We tried to get into a restaurant which was recommended but the queue was to long so we ended up having a Thai by the river which was nice.

Day 134

Had a lie in as we both felt knackered then headed out for a Brunch at the Dutch Cafe over the River. Had a typical Malaysian Breakfast of Chicken Curry with Roti (a flat unleavened bread cooked with layers - delicious!) We walked down Jonker Street in the day to see what it ...


A travel blog entry by bgibson


Malacca is a really neat city. It was a really important port for a really long time, and has Dutch and English influence. There are some cool old buildings and a really neat old town area with a lot of good restaurants. From here, I caught the ferry to ...

Malaysia breathes a sigh of relief

A travel blog entry by trish.coverdale


... and is lovely cooked with banana in.
Melaka was brilliant, rich in history with strong Portuguese and Dutch influences of which buildings remained after their invasions. When the British invaded the only remaining building is a church but when I saw it, either I had too many beers that day or something wasn't quite right with the structure as I was sure the whole thing was leaning over! Typical - we can' do anything right!
The Sultans Palace ...

Turtles Typhoid and Taxi's

A travel blog entry by pmaustin


... across the road from each other… Taxi driver charged us over 3;00 should probably have been about 30p,,,same trouble on the way back,,, Grumpy Roger he hates being ripped off!!!! When we got back to the room we though why hadn’t we caught a bus back !!! We had forgotten that the bus station was across the road from Tesco,,,,,must be the heat,,or perhaps the Typhoid shots…..Ok could be ...


A travel blog entry by matfloyd


... really expanded when the Portuguese took it over from the local sultan in the 16th Century, the Dutch took over in the 17th Century, followed by the British in 1795, sadly, the establishment of Singapore as the major trading destination made Melaka obsolete, and the British were merely caretakers, watching as the city returned to its sleepier status.

I then crossed the road and entered the second part of the ...


This hotel, located on 116-3/116-4 Jalan Bendahara, Melaka, is near St. Paul's Hill (Bukit St. Paul), Porta de Santiago, A'Famosa Fort, and Losari Beach.
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