Ramada Plaza Melaka
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- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Plaza Melaka
Nice hotel with pool; good food.
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... became independent in 1957.
We also found some pretty cool temples.
On a side note, my bowels haven't survived the crossing to Malaysia and with trips to the toilet becoming pretty regular! haha. Usual travelling issues. Thankfully I'm not the only one as Dave is suffering just as bad as me. lol.
The next morning we caught a bus the Melaka Sentral and caught a bus up to Kuala Lumpur.
... jetty, on the way back. Then this morning Liza, while taking a pee, saw his mum or dad, considerably larger, swimming down the middle of the river like they owned it. These things aren't quite Komodo dragons but you really wouldn't want to chance yourself with one and to see one just a few yards from a busy road was a bizarre experience. I also never realized the buggers could swim so that's another reason not to go taking a dip in that river.
Selamat datang. Dilarang merokok.
... just slept in and took the day as it came. We hung around the hotel for most of the day before heading out around 4pm to grab some lunch. We went to a vegetarian buffet in the mall nearby and stuffed ourselves, not realizing how much food we had piled onto our plates. We went back to the hotel to hang around for another couple hours before meeting my friend Jacenta who I had met while I was in Jasper before leaving Canada. We met her in our hotel ...
... a massive building site and didn't look that great. However, as soon as we stepped inside we realised we were wrong as it's lovely. The rooms are gorgeous - by far the nicest place we have stayed in on this entire trip, and Pete was very happy to discover a stand alone bath. We headed out for some lunch and soon discovered that Melaka is even more humid and hot than Singapore - an absolute sweaty scorcher today. We walked to Junker Street ...
... t take too much notice of this. Decided on 2 iced coffees and then I saw something that I had been seeing around the town, Chicken Rice Ball - I think the name sort of gave it away to me about what it was but I wanted to try them. They were only .30sen each (100 sen = 1MYR = 20p) so we got 6 of them for a massive 34p. They were as I had expected, balls of sticky rice that must have been made in a chicken broth as there was no actual chicken in them - but what I hadn't ...