Puteri Resort Ayer Keroh

Jalan Puteri Resort 1, Ayer Keroh, Melaka State, 75450, Malaysia | Hotel
Prices starting from $59.00

Travel Blogs from Ayer Keroh


A travel blog entry by broklutze


I was up until 2am figuring out the easiest way of how to cross into Malaysia and a rough idea of the Malacca area. I couldn't find a bus service that accepted COA (cash on arrival) And the receptionist then suggested I catch a public bus to the Golden Mile Complex, easy enough, bedtime. That was the first night I'd been put in a dorm that had people coming and going at all hours of the night. I'd had enough of trying to get to sleep by 7am and got up to head to the coach services. ...


A travel blog entry by bee.sass


... church is the last surviving gate of the A Famous fort of Malacca. On the way to lunch Mr Koak stopped at a Mosque built on the oceans edge, we weren't allowed inside but we were able to take a few pics. He was telling us that the Muslim community are allowed to do what they want and they think the Buddist are difficult.. He said "you can't say that to them though, we can say it though" only problem? He was pretty much yelling it right next to where people ...

Archery In A Mall

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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... only a handful of near-death incidents with rogue vehicles which was good given recent experiences). Massive land-reclamation projects have pushed many of the former seaside sites inland, and there is a real threat that this historic centre is becoming too much of an amusement park in order to satisfy the domestic tourists, but at this point you could still sense the former glory days under the Melaka sultanates when the city was a wealthy centre for ...

Old Colonial Town

A travel blog entry by irishandmonkey


... small snack for breakfast – if you could call it that! Our next stop was a drive around and Samuel took us to the Portuguese quarter. Couldn’t believe our eyes as we drove into an area that had colonial looking houses with signs saying 'Portuguese Settlement'. Those Portuguese got everywhere didn’t they? We walked around and Michael discovered that there are people who make his Portuguese look good!! Theirs was really bad but I could kind of understand what ...

Last day in Malaka

A travel blog entry by vinkor


... reserved for the wealthy, where in fact there are now home to the most beautiful houses of museums, restaurants and bars and hotels and famous Jonker straat where merchants and craftsmen lived while is now the main street of China Town with an old bistro t the No. 18 dated and named 1632 still in business.
I joined a couple of elegant bars including said bistro and an art gallery and then I went to rest before going out for dinner in a little while. ...

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