Ramada Plaza Melaka
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Nice hotel with pool; good food.
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... milk, jellies, and syrup to ice cream, corn, and beans. It’s all made for some wonderful eating!
With one more day in town we set out to see everything we’d missed while in the museum. We wandered first through Chinatown, looking at shops, temples, and a mosque with a 3-tier roof that looks like it’s got a bit of a Buddhist influence. Then we crossed the river into the Little India area, ...
... the car for a trip to St. Peter's Church's, the oldest functioning Catholic Church in Malaysia. This is a brief stop before we head to the Poh San Teng Chinese Temple (we are covering all the religions today). The temple sits on the base of a hill opposite an important cemetery of more that 12,500 graves, including muslim tombs. We opt not to visit the cemetery but have a visit to the temple and it is nice and quiet, we practically have it ...
... provided a great little view over the roof tops of the old buildings. We also discovered the river that runs through the middle and at night it is beautifully lit by fairly lights quite similar to Hoi An in Vietnam. Also with a couple of great little local restaurants right on the water front. A beautiful setting to watch the boats go past at night. Just a shame they didn't sell crispy Chinese pork! Oh well we can have it for lunch again ...
... view, so embarrassing! Anyway was pretty nice. Then we went on the "junkle trek" which was a five minute walk into the Forrest led by some little Asian toddler. I was raging. It was a joke to call it trek. I'm writing this in the middle of my trek in chiang mai that nearly killed me so In hindsight I'm very glad about that jungle trek and fair play to that toddler. Did a stellar job! Next we went to a tea plantation which was really green and scenic. Then we got a tour of the ...
... of the place and a trip on the revolving airial platform gave a spectacular view of the city. A ride on the river boats helped us get our bearings as well as letting us see how the city is changing as a result of tourism.
We did have some extra excitment in the early hours of the morning when we were awoken at about 3am (from a very deep sleep) by the sound and smell of a fire. With some alarm ...