Muar Traders Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Muar Traders Hotel
Travel Blogs from Muar
... time. We followed the river around past some home stay houses and came across Villa Sentosa a Malayan kampung home filled with all sorts of stuff. The house was built in 1920 and 8 family members live there. We were greeted by a rather elderly lady who welcomed us in and we spent some time walking around looking at all the different rooms and objects. She showed us pictures of when the king and queen of Malaysia came to visit. The house is filled with so many ...
... as friendly and welcoming as the rest of Malaysia has been. We were the only westerners there. It was all Malaysians, most of them women in pretty much full Muslim garb. So we were the only ones with much skin on show. If this had been the UK, and roles reversed, I have no doubt the Malaysian women would have got **** for being different, for jumping in the waters in full dress. Here we were welcomed and spoken to with interest and friendliness, despite us being the different ones. ...
$45 That's all I spent today to get a 3 hour bus ride from Singapore to malacca A taxi from the bus station to the River View guest house 2 nights accommodation A massive feed that included starters, a main and a drink A frappe from star bucks 3L of water and a packet of Pringles from 7/11 I think this is only the beginning of the cheap living as Thailand and Laos gets ...
November 16 arrived and after months of dreaming and planning by organizer TK Kang, of Hong Kong. Now we know why TK chose this date. It is a lucky day for him to return to the town of his birth and boyhood, historic Malacca, Malaysia. This interesting lovely riverside town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and I am very excited to be here. In my wildest dreams, never did I imagine the adventures that my OLPC volunteer work have provided!
... Singapore immigration, everyone gets out, goes in to get passport scanned or stamped, goes out another door where buses are waiting. Luckily my bus was purple so it was easily recognizable. Then across a bridge and down a few miles is Malaysian immigration and customs. This time all luggage and belongings go with you; passports are stamped, luggage is scanned, out the door and back on the bus. Long lines ...