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... tuk-tuk looking things we have ever seen!! The are beautifully decorated bikes we've passenger seats, and fairy lights and different themes such as FroZen, spider man and iron man!!! I wanted to go on the Frozen one which blasted out Let it Go, but it was more expensive than our 3 hour journey to malacca, and Rob didn't exactly approve, so we gave it a miss!! Dinner was nice, and after dinner we went for another explore! My instincts lead us to following some bright ...
... Dinner we ate on the bank of the Melaka River. Cafes and eateries line the small and narrow boardwalk.
Even though our hostel was on one of the busiest streets during the day, at night it was nice and quiet. We spent three days in town, exploring a few museums, a sultanate replica palace, the river walk and Jonker Street during its weekend market.
As I mentioned there are plenty of museums in town. On the second day we took in a few ...
... imaginable kind of restaurant. On our second day we had some blinding dim sum for brekkie, then a big bowl of shaved ice, ice cream and mango, then some Malayan veggie spring rolls, then some weird pyramid-shaped blue dumplings and roast Chinese chicken (phew!! I feel a bit queasy just reading that back).
A couple of days ago we decided to fly up to Penang, it was a sort of impulse buy, once I saw the flight was going to cost about £7.50 each, ...
... sturdy toupee, complementary Yakult and constant supply of native snacks not to mention half price bicycle rental. I had been looking forward to Melaka since leaving Georgetown. There's just something delicious about a town seeped in a past that they want to preserve. Slice of Peranakan History: Due to its convenient location, Melaka attracted merchants from much of Asia, wanting easy access to the spice trade. The Baba and the Nonya made an early name for themselves in ...
... men's club. Ok, move on. The old fort also took some finding. The one way system and an unwillingness on my part to take my bike around a roundabout dodging motorbikes, trucks and everything else meant that I had a rather long detour just to find a fairly 'safe' place to cross the road and head back to the fort. By this point I realized that the bike was made for the heritage area and in fact nobody rides bikes around the greater city - oops! The fort was built by the Dutch and ...