Muar Traders Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... This means that there are no real waves or strong ocean currents to cleanse the sand or the water so it has this murky look to it . The beach was full of shells and shell pieces as well as lots of pieces of materials some looked like fairly large pieces as I if they had been used to wrap someone's belongs in thou on closer inspections they seemed to just have sand in them. While it looks pretty bad I have to say the ...
... famous sights in Malacca is, the A'Famosa or the remains of Porta De Santiago built in 1511. Behind this is St. Paul's Hill where the ruins of the St. Pauls Church are located. After coming back down the Hill I walked back down to the area I started calling the "Red Square" which is really the Christ Church area built by the Dutch in the late 1700's. All the buildings in the Square are red with white shutters making it look very unique and different in that area of Malacca. It ...
... are shops and food stalls of every variety along the street which is closed to traffic on weekends. You can hardly walk through the crowds strolling along looking at the merchandise or tasting the different Malaysian foods. The photos in this entry of Jonker Street were taken on an early morning walk, not during the active time for the street. Notice the weapon the policeman is carrying in one photo. They set up road blocks sometimes and show their seriousness by carrying these ...
We had a lovely day walking through the narrow streets and along the river on both sides past all the historic buildings.
We ate at the Famosa Chicken Rice Ball restaurant, this is a traditional Malacca dish. I thought it would be balls with chicken and rice in them and wasn't too sure as I thought it may be chicken mush! How wrong I was and Martin thought it hilarious that I hadn't realised it was Chicken and then rice balls..literally balls of rice. So thats ...
We have had an exhausting day of sightseeing, 3 museums, the Sultan's Palace and plenty of walking. Everywhere so busy - narrow streets, antique shops, loads of trinket stalls, local food, temples and one of the oldest mosques in Malaysia. We learnt about the Baba Nyonya family and went around their private house. Now on the fourth generation, the family own 3 houses in Melaka. The house we visited dated ...