Mahameru Hotel

222 Jalan Hujung Pasir, Melaka, Melaka State, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Melaka

Just like home

A travel blog entry by s.lukaszewicz


... telling me off about the safeness of the roads, made me feel like at home.
Him watching over the gate at night time If I'm on the way back safely, did made me in fact feel like at home.

Sometimes when I am on travel I need that rest and comfort of stability. Even tho I am totally in love with travels...we all at some point need a warmth of a parental and a feel of a family next to us. The care...Even a question if I'm hungry, made me ...

The Inconclusive Conclusion (Malaysia)

A travel blog entry by usatexan


... pasteboard boxes. They are not old men, mostly I would guess they are men between 20's to 40's. They are there every night around 8 or 9 P.M. The street traffic and pedestrians are walking all around them in the busy streets of Chinatown. There are beggars on the streets here, but they do not come asking for money while you sit eating. There are no small children begging for food or money or sleeping on the sidewalks. The beggars here sit on the sidewalks patiently waiting ...

Durian and tea ceremonies

A travel blog entry by charlottequick


We only stopped in Melaka for two nights on our way down to Singapore. It's a small town that has narrow streets lined with traditional Chinese merchant houses, our hostel was in one of these houses and had the most amazing sofas in the communal area along with free tea, so we were very happy travellers! There wasn't much to do here a few museums and churches, so we spent our days ...

A round of ice creams please!

A travel blog entry by lauraandy


... much and we retreated to a Chinese restaurant for some lunch. There was an old chinese guy with a meat clever doing all sorts to pieces of meat behind the counter, he obviously did this all day every day and looked skilled enough to skin a grape or butcher a pig with his one instrument.

Feeling slightly cooler we headed back out and walked around the quiet streets a little more before the heat was again too much and again headed for the refuge of a mall. ...


A travel blog entry by hobo-magic

... 15th century. Trading ships were able to use it as a rest stop when travelling between the west and the pacific ocean, especially once the Suiz canal had opened. It was managed first by Malaysian traders, then the Portuguese, the Dutch and the British, so there is a real mix of buildings and flavours and a mixed population from all over Asia.

We stayed in Chinatown, a maze of small alleyways with loads of little clothes shops ...


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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