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... men married local Malay women). And Peranakan is the term given to an ethnic Chinese who is born in the Straits area. The museum is a fine example of a Peranakan family home.
*We end a very hot humid afternoon by walking to the colonial area - the town square where you can see the old administrative buildings completed in 1753 by the Dutch and known as the Stadthuys. They were subsequently used by the British too. In the middle of the square, ...
... with cars and trucks of all sizes. In many countries in Asia only the 'rich' have autos. Most of the population are fortunate if they can afford a small motorbike. Here there are few motorbikes. The commuter trains run on rails above the city, right below are the many busses. Some of the busses are long distance busses and many are local, even free to ride busses. Yet, within sight of all this modern public transportation system there must be 20 or 30 men sleeping ...
spent the day strolling around the city centre. it's a very touristy little town, but i sort of like it. don't want to spend all my time travelling to places like this, but as i do like variation this was a nice stopover between indonesia and kuala lumpur. a very impulsive stopover! literary did not know anything about the city when i arrived. got recommended to go here by a singaporean and i decided to give it a go. checked in to my guest ...
... and we were sent on our way.
Passing over the bridge that makes one of the two ways out of Singapore (aside from ship and plane obviously!) we then arrived in Malaysia and already the palm tree farms started. In the passport control in Malaysia it all went fairly quick as well, although it was only 6 booths here. A quick scan of our bags and back to the bus. Now we are officially in Malaysia and another 3 hours to Melaka (previously ...
... big ugly shopping malls in the new part of town. We walked up the hill to St Pauls church which was built by the Portuguese and had some dutch gravestones.
During the weekend there is a fantastic walking market in Melacca but as we arrived on a Monday we missed it, and it seemed quite quiet probably because it was the end of Ramadan as well. Many of the shops were shut or closed early.
The best thing about Melaka for us ...