Muar Traders Hotel

Address: No 16 Jalan Petrie, Muar, Johor, 84000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No 16 Jalan Petrie, Muar.
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      Frog Porridge

      A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Aug 06, 2014

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      ... and have a shower. We soon found a squeaky clean room online with proper walls.

      Malacca turned out to be a fascinating place, with loads of old Dutch and Portugese colonial buildings to explore along the Melacca river, - relics of the old spice trade on which Melacca was founded. Round the back of the food stalls in Jonker street, there are 200 year old Chinese temples with curly rooves covered in mythical ceramic figures and animals. The town also ...

      Pretty lady, miss, you want to buy?

      A travel blog entry by rednosefg on Nov 30, 2013

      16 photos

      ... men's club. Ok, move on. The old fort also took some finding. The one way system and an unwillingness on my part to take my bike around a roundabout dodging motorbikes, trucks and everything else meant that I had a rather long detour just to find a fairly 'safe' place to cross the road and head back to the fort. By this point I realized that the bike was made for the heritage area and in fact nobody rides bikes around the greater city - oops! The fort was built by the Dutch and ...

      General ruminations on a theme

      A travel blog entry by pinkwellie on Feb 16, 2013

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      ... island New Zealand. A fair amount of seismic activity in the region. That's a cheering thought, especially being down here on the sea front! What with that and the news of the wing cracks and groundings in the A380 airbus that we are due to fly out of Dubai, it's a laugh a minute if you stop to consider! Carpe Diem! Hired taxi and guide for the day and went an hour and a half up the coast to the historic city of Melaka. Great to get out, if ...


      A travel blog entry by charlottekew on Aug 20, 2012

      ... cute kittens too so we stayed. We went for a wonder around Melaka the next day and found it was quite interesting. we took a tri-shaw ride, which was absolutely caked in fake flowers, around the central attractions to get a bit of a feel for the area then had a wonder around and saw the sites.. Chinatown was really cool and it had a massive dragon suspended over the main square, and we walked around the markets and ...


      A travel blog entry by corinneparker on Feb 28, 2012

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      ... really should go to we had fun though was better than walking around bloody china town again. I had to wear my top on the slides because all the bloody muslims were walking around fully clothed so i would have been stared at badly if i was prancing around in my bikini. We walked to the end of the road to get the bus back and then ended up walking about half an hour and getting a taxi, the buses only ran like every 2 hours and we just missed it, ...