Mahameru Hotel

222 Jalan Hujung Pasir, Melaka, Melaka State, Malaysia | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Melaka


A travel blog entry by jessicachant88


... sat in massage chairs in a shopping centre, did laser quest for half an hour, sang kareoke songs in an arcade booth, had sushi for lunch and went to Hard Rock Cafe for dinner drinks. All in all, a fun but expensive day! Today we woke up late, had nandos and now we're just hanging around sorting out money and planning what to do ...

A day in Malacca

A travel blog entry by lb12


... already. He was immediately flagged down so I felt I did him an alright service. Since I had seen most of the historical sights I decided to explore Jonker St which has lots of restaurants and shops along it. I had a tiramisu egg ice cream and an apple and lemon old fashioned tea. I eventually found a place to have a late lunch. I had chicken rice balls and chicken curry and noodles with a lime juice. It was all very yummy. Across the road was an interesting coffee shop selling ...

We Found It Somewhat Melaking

A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie


... if we had found a satisfying meal, we might have enjoyed it for all its quirks; the town that is on one side quaint and historical, but which drapes itself in tourist tat and seems to try its best to disguise its unique charms. As it was, we couldn't find the energy to peel the miniskirt aside and reveal the lace petticoat.

We left a day before our flight back to Thailand, spending one more day in Kuala Lumpur to see a bit of the Thaipusam celebrations. Next stop (after KL): Ko ...


A travel blog entry by terryandlauren


... looks funny but wow does it help) Melaka was previously ruled by the Dutch, Portugese and the British so there's lots of different architecture to see. We walk to the Portugese Porta de Santiago and St Paul's Church ruins which were both interesting. Stadthuys, the oldest Dutch building in the east is under renovation so we can't go in, we head home at this point as our post rub snooze is setting in. We tried to barter with the trishaw drivers - they have ...


A travel blog entry by backpackerbecs


... evening we headed out to busy Jonker Walk in chinatown and I had a nutty veggie curry type thing for tea which was nice. Also managed to find some desperately needed trousers! One pair of trousers and one pair of leggings was definitely not enough for Malaysia! Today we strolled around looking at some of the old colonial sights, took a river cruise and had a short ride in a trishaw- they are all luridly decorated with flowers, cuddly toys, ...


This hotel, located on 222 Jalan Hujung Pasir, Melaka, is near St. Paul's Hill (Bukit St. Paul), Porta de Santiago, A'Famosa Fort, and Losari Beach.
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