Paradise Malacca Village Resort

Jalan Ayer Keroh, Melaka, Melaka State, 75450, Malaysia | Hotel
Prices starting from $41.00

Travel Blogs from Melaka

Malaysian life

A travel blog entry by kaffo


... s it. Nice enough for a half day walk round, one night stay if definitely enough. Very authentic, you feel immersed in Asian culture, the people, the food, the streets, the temples, the chanting, a million miles away from anything and anyone western, quite refreshing and unique.....then something strange happens - you suddenly hear a brummy accent and your bubble has burst....never too far away us ...

The Inconclusive Conclusion (Malaysia)

A travel blog entry by usatexan


... to drop something into their cup or basket. Men and women of obvious means walk nearby.  I haven't figured out the socioeconomics (the study of the relation between economics and social behavior) of this country yet.The country appears to be more advanced than other Asian countries I have visited so far, except for Japan. But, except for one Malaysian I have met, none have the friendliness of other, poorer countries I have been to. Is there a connection between ...


A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul

... the guesthouse. Almost all the other guests were Chinese, Japanese or Thai, and all only stayed for one night. Some nights there was nobody else there, and once the staff left at 5.00 pm we had the place to ourselves. However, we resisted the temptation to raid the fridge in the cafe.

Melaka is a beautiful and historic city. It was occupied by the Portuguese centuries ago, and then by the Dutch, and then by the British, so there are some very ...


A travel blog entry by hobo-magic

... We had a day of wandering round and visiting some of the endless museums, churches and the big shopping malls (we love shopping malls!). We also went up Taming Sari Revoving Tower, Malaysia's only revolving sky tower, 110 metres up with 360 veiws of Malacca. Which cost a whole 4 each and was a bit of a non event really, there wasn't that much to see from up there, just the coast in the distance, the ramshackle roofs of the old town ...

The old port town

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley


... just across the road had some tasty Malay food! Chicken curry and rice! One of my favourites. I liked the town. It's fairly quiet (hardly any traffic) and the old buildings are really pretty. The small Chinese shophouses selling a variety of crafts and snacks. All very stress free! Later in the afternoon it started to rain and I wasn't feeling particularly good (mixture of a fever and exhausting myself with the morning walk to the metro!). So perfect excuse to laze ...


This hotel, located on Jalan Ayer Keroh, Melaka, is near St. Paul's Hill (Bukit St. Paul), Porta de Santiago, A'Famosa Fort, and Losari Beach.
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