MITC Ancasa Hotel Melaka
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... From there we got a taxi to our hostel. We both noticed how busy KL is and hectic compared to the roads of Singapore.
Arriving at our hostel we were greeted on reception by a lovely lady who advised us on all different places to go and see. She also suggested a restaurant that she thought we would like.
We were so pleased with the ...
... the rows of b/w portraits that paved the way. So many styles co-exist to create a vision of luxury which hard to believe unless you see them for yourself. JONKER STREET (I believe translates to junk street). Having set up camp just minutes away from the bustle that is Jonker Street, we trawled its streets twice while in Melaka. Jonker Street; a trendy shopping street by day that transforms into a market by night, offering everything from Malay specialities like fried ...
... a great deal of time studying a menu which makes very little sense to us, and order. The waiter starts bringing lots of little dishes of niceties out. In traditional Korean restaurants this is the norm, wonderful. We start sampling the dishes which are tasty, but mostly unfamiliar and then our main courses come. We both went for soups with sticky rice which were absolutely splendid. We might find time to fit another visit in here! What a great end to our first day here. ...
... working, it's not working. I wriggle free of the clutches of my dream.
It takes literally everything I have to creep across the room in the darkness to find my phone. I sit and write this in the dark.
I’m in a guesthouse that is the fifth floor of an otherwise empty shopping centre building. The wind outside is whistling by and rattling the windows, the old and stained curtains do little to block out the street lights so I have tiny strips of light all the way along my ...
... river - a pleasant 40 minutes ride. Melaka appears to be a day trip location for Malaysians and there are lots of boats full of school kids waving. Earlier we got interviewed by some Tourism students from Penang wanting to know our opinions on Melaka!
After the boat ride – hotel, and a swim in the infinity pool, fun to look down over the river and passers by! We treat ourselves to a poolside cocktail for once.
A lot of the restaurants here are only ...