Puteri Resort Ayer Keroh

Address: Jalan Puteri Resort 1, Ayer Keroh, Melaka State, 75450, Malaysia | Hotel
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      Malacca day one

      A travel blog entry by carolineandkent on Oct 03, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... him and he disappeared into the drainage system! The traffic appears to mostly be one way as the streets are narrow, completely different to KL. the weather was hot and it was kind of sunny, but I suppose it is rainy season. The whole of the Jonker walk area is completely non smoking so will feel like we're back on the Russian train! Having stopped for refreshments ...

      The Inconclusive Conclusion (Malaysia)

      A travel blog entry by usatexan on Mar 01, 2014

      90 photos

      ... Chinese (Buddhists). There are many other minor groups also. Even though they are all Malaysian citizens, the races each have their own religions, which have their own culture. The government mandates integration in schools, etc., but he says there is still a lot of division among the groups. The reason I mention the different races is because of the seemingly odd behavior of the locals in this country. At least to me it seems odd. Tourism is not the biggest income in ...

      Day trip to Malacca

      A travel blog entry by ktthomas on Jul 29, 2013

      52 photos

      ... and grandest temple in Malacca.

      Before the arrival of the first Sultan, Malacca was a fishing village inhabited by local Malays. Malacca was founded by Parameswara. He found his way to Malacca around 1400 where he found a good port—it was accessible in all seasons and on the strategically located narrowest point of the Malacca Straits.

      According to a popular legend, (as told by our group leader) is that Parameswara ...

      Day 7: Why is Malaysia so developed?

      A travel blog entry by melanie_zhaw_im on Jan 25, 2013

      3 photos

      ... an area of 11% of the Malaysian state Johor Bahru, is three times the size of Singapore. Being so close to Singapore is of course a strategic advantage.

      Already at first sight it is clear that Malaysia is by far more developed than Batam. Roads and infrastructure are better, cars are newer and less motorbikes are on the road.

      Being at the IRDA I figure out 4 factors why ...

      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 ...