MITC Ancasa Hotel Melaka
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... influences of European, Chinese, Indian and Malay. We started our tour by visiting the historical sites including the Stadthuy, St. Paul's Church, Porta de Santiago (the only remaining Portuguese structure), the Dutch windmill and the water wheel. After the tour, Selvan took us to have Baba Nonya style lunch. The food is well flavored and very tasty. My favorite is the coconut pineapple infused shrimp, the sauce is ...
... Melaka Bus terminal, we caught a taxi to the old town, a UNESCO World Heritage area, and checked into our hotel/guesthouse. We were greeted by a very friendly chap who was very keen to show us both the guesthouse and the local ares of interest )including where to eat and when!) We had our lunch at one of these recommendations, where Sarah had a Soy Chicken Stew and Doug had the Malaysia dish, Laksa (a coconut curry soup with noodles, better than the one we had ...
... A couple of local buses later I arrived at my hotel, Mesra Mutiara in a brilliant location right in the heart of things and in a quiet street of Dutch houses. However, the receptionist was not at all pleased when she had to check me in because she was laid on a couch watching a film on the TV and after totally ignoring me after a few polite coughs, she sighed, tutted and went behind the desk! After she reluctantly checked me in she said I had to pay the ...
... extreme 'beauty' practices different cultures have adopted around the world.
Elsewhere, the main sights are easily accessible on foot and allow you to sample each turn in Malacca's history:
- Baba-Nonya heritage museum - beautiful but a little disappointing that you cannot take photos.
- Cheng Hoon Teng temple - elaborate temple which claims to be the oldest in Malaysia.
... how it had gone for Daichi, whether he was now wonderfully happy or wishing he had never came, I hoped to see him before I left to find out.
I walked back towards the canal where my hostel was and grabbed breakfast in a small café serving wonderful coffee and the most amazing croissants I have tasted outside of France. I watched the world go by for an hour and then followed the canal to one of the larger bridges we had crossed ...