Puteri Resort Ayer Keroh

Address: Jalan Puteri Resort 1, Ayer Keroh, Melaka State, 75450, Malaysia | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Ayer Keroh

    Malacca - A City of History, Food & Tackiness

    A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Sep 08, 2014

    43 photos

    ... and funky pieces of artwork everywhere - there was even a TV emptied out to turn it into a fish tank! After lunch I went to the Baba-Nyonya Heritage Museum (also known as the 1511) - I couldn't take photos inside unfortunately but the history and artefacts they have there were amazing! After the Museum I walked around the River again but the other way to see all of the nice bridges along the way before heading back to my accommodation. At 7pm the whole Lai family and a few friends ...

    Malaca (Malysia)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Feb 25, 2014

    96 photos

    ... Malacca is also spelled Malaca, Malakka and sometimes Malaka. Various spellings of city names seems to be common in these Asian countries. They will be spelled differently on government buildings like courthouses and schools. Many times I have seen the name spelled differently on signs that would be right next to each other, or even in the same brochure or sign. So, in these writings I may use different spellings, depending on my mood, but they all seem to be correct. ...

    1 night in Malacca we're nuts!!!

    A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on May 20, 2013

    41 photos

    ... on the hill over looking the Old Town. It was built by the Portuguese Catholics, stripped bare by the Dutch Protestants, left derelict for a bit and then restored by the British who used it for ammunition storage during the 2nd World War. It has lots of very old graves of colonialist and their families who met their end in the 16th up to the 19th Centuries. Apart from the amazing structure ...

    Mele Kaliki Malacca

    A travel blog entry by chrisarah on Feb 12, 2013

    14 photos

    ... place that makes Malaysia worth seeing as long as you can figure out how to flush a broken toilet (quite common). It's historical offerings are so important especially for Westerners to know and understand. Visiting these places gives me more inspiration to know more about the world and how the modern world got here. Next we are heading to Singapore which is a unique city that used to be part of Malaysia but separated. What's that about? We'll see in the next blog. Chris


    Arrived in Penang

    A travel blog entry by amyboxshall on May 10, 2009

    4 comments, 23 photos

    ... awesome. The next morning we woke up to 50's American music, because there was a family day party going on (it's a Malaysian thing). Then we left for Melaka. Then we walked around Melaka town. It's a old historical town, and has a very complicated past - it was taken over by nearly everyone. We went to Secret Recipe which is an awesome cheesecake place :-)!! We both had oreo cheesecake - heavenly. That evening, we went for a guided trishaw ...