Pacific Inn

377 Lot 98 Jalan Tengkera, Melaka, Melaka State, Malaysia | Hotel
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The Inconclusive Conclusion (Malaysia)

A travel blog entry by usatexan


... with cars and trucks of all sizes. In many countries in Asia only the 'rich' have autos. Most of the population are fortunate if they can afford a small motorbike. Here there are few motorbikes.  The commuter trains run on rails above the city, right below are the many busses. Some of the busses are long distance busses and many are local, even free to ride busses. Yet, within sight of all this modern public transportation system there must be 20 or 30 men sleeping ...


A travel blog entry by coopsey91

... blue tongues flickering as they fully submerged their long bodies. Little turtles were also present, swimming along side the boat. We then went up the Melacca viewing tower. This was a large concrete pole which reached the height of 113 metres. Attached to it was a large circular viewing platform which would rotate 360 degrees as you made your ascent to the top. It would hold you up there for a few minutes before bringing you back down. The views were alright from the top, ...

A round of ice creams please!

A travel blog entry by lauraandy


... full of locals, it didn’t disappoint, it was authentic and tasty as hell.

Melaka is the last stop for Malaysia and having written these last two blogs they both seem lacking in eventful stories of mishap and misfortune which the majority of the blogs before tend to be littered with. I guess that’s a tribute to how easy and simple Malaysia is to travel in, in summery Malaysia has felt like a halfway house between Asia and the Western world. Java here we ...


A travel blog entry by hobo-magic

We spent four days in Melaka town, on the west coast of Malaysia between KL and Singapore. We got the bus there from KL. It was a nice and easy journey, just two hours from KL, although, it took us a while to find the right bus station as it has moved recently.

Melaka is interesting but had a slightly run down feel. An UNESCO world heritage site because of it's unique cultural and historical background, it was a major trading port ...

The old port town

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley


... dragonfly or scorpion too! We walked up the hill to St Paul's mount. This is a ruin of a church, not much is left apart from the outside structure and some carved tablets. Inside, a Malaysian couple were taking wedding photos! There was a nice view out across the rest of the city. Melaka is full of museums. There are over 20. But today, all closed. The river runs through the middle of the town. A small look out point, lined with canons to protect the old town! All ...


This hotel, located on 377 Lot 98 Jalan Tengkera, Melaka, is near St. Paul's Hill (Bukit St. Paul), A'Famosa Fort, Porta de Santiago, and Chinatown - Melaka.
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