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... a unique kind of Chinese Baroque style.
It is worth waiting for an English speaking tour around the museum house which is still owned by the Chan family. You get to hear trivial but interesting bits of information such as:
- Peranakan furniture typically has no nails since nails are used in the construction of coffins and the Chinese are very superstitious of such associations.
- the 4 open courtyards within the house that are open to ...
... it or trying to use it as a musical instrument to play a tune but have nice black tea which thankfully is meant to help digestion (or windy pops as I like to call it). The other thing that Melaka is famous for is its night market that runs down one of the busy Chinatown streets. This together with the days activities left us feeling that this city had the best vibe of any of the places we had been ...
... 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 ...
... very special about this place. We all, including Shane, slept like a log every night! Other guests also commented on this too. Special history in the beautiful 100yr old home ;)
The weather was very sticky and hot and the girls' did so well with all their walking in the heat through the busy streets with no footpaths.
Our first experience in Melaka was a great introduction to our South East Asia experience. ...
... following our experiences of people the similar age in Sri Lanka and Indonesia, where these still is a noticeable difference in attitude.
So we didn't quite see the Melaka others had told us of, but a refreshing 'home' feeling was definitely obtained by time in the mall.
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