PRIMALAND Resort & Convention Centre (PRCC)
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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... Singapore took over, and Malacca became a sleepy city, preserving its ancient architecture as well as the old ways of life. In 2008, at a similar time to Penang, Malacca was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and tourism boomed.
A popular mode of transport for the tourists is the brightly coloured, and highly decorated with music blaring trishaw. A popular theme to decorate their trishaw was Hello Kitty or Frozen, much to my delight! Of course, ...
... Festival feast with all traditional sweets for this time of year - winter melon candy, special nuts (including one which looked like bull horns), sunflower seeds, yams and of course Mooncakes! Also Chinese tea was served - and yes I had some and enjoyed it! Finally I got to try Mooncakes, my favourite was the Red Bean without a yoke. Was fun sitting outside with the family trying all the different foods and talking about the Malacca history and culture along with the ...
When I checked in I was told my bag would go straight to Penang. Not wanting to be separated from my bag on my first day I waited to see if it would come out in KL. I thought it might in case I needed to declare anything to customs or quarantine, like how I remember it working in the USA. My bag didn't come out and it seems customs/quarantine isn't a big deal here as we all just walked through.
Upon exiting the arrival hall I was confronted with a mad house. I ...
... too well. It's just so different to what we are used to. You know when you go to the tropical bit at a zoo, the bit that feels like you're trapped in a hot car on a sunny day and someone is spraying you with water? It's like that, EVERYWHERE! We definitely got more used to it as the week on, but it still shocked us every time we left a cool building and exited to the heat outside... (On the plus side though, the ...
... except for the noise that you could possibly make and still, there was literally no one around.
A very risky act it was. Well coming back to us, there was nothing much that we could do as well. We could not even walk by the beach as the lighting that was supposed to be in place was not switched on. I did not want to risk walking in the darkness as Port Dickson at this time of the year and especially ...