Semabok Inn

Address: 396, SCS Building, Jalan Semabok, Melaka, Melaka State, 75050, Malaysia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Airport/Irving area of Melaka, is near St. Francis Xavier Church, Portuguese Square, Sam Po Kong Temple, and A'Famosa Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Melaka

    The Dutch heritage and cycling trough Melaka

    A travel blog entry by aussie15 on Feb 28, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... of the dutch town Hoorn. In the area known as red square they also have a church a windmill built by the Dutch.
    From the red square we went to the other side of st. Paul's hill where the last remains of the Portuguese fortress (Puerto de Santiago) is. On top of the hill is the ruin of the Saint Paul's church, inside this church we saw about 20-30 Dutch and Portuguese grave's. Noticeable is the inconsistency in the spelling they used, for ...

    Melaka Days

    A travel blog entry by lj.oz on Jan 18, 2015

    66 photos

    ... Tuah was dead, murdered unjustly by the king he served, Hang Jebat avenged his friend's death. Hang Jebat's revenge allegedly became a palace killing spree or furious rebellion against the sultan. Hang Jebat wreaked havoc onto the royal court, and the sultan was unable to stop him, as none of the warriors dared to challenge the more ferocious and skilled Hang Jebat. The bendahara then informed the sultan that the only man able to stop ...

    Lighting and Indian food round 2!

    A travel blog entry by jw.jm.travel on Nov 22, 2014

    ... of sightseeing today we headed to ____ Church which is the iconic symbol of Malacca. The description of the Dutch Church said that no expense was spared in creating this elaborate church. Then when we walked inside it was actually quite there and disappointing. The red clay color of the outside really makes up for it though! The only other site we wanted to see was St. Pauls church which is more of a ruin on top of the hill. As he walked towards the church, ...

    Melaka, Mellaca, Mallaca

    A travel blog entry by heathercharles on Aug 07, 2014

    3 comments, 32 photos

    ... There is also a Malaysian village that has some sort of historic protection and the houses are really pretty. A lot of them serve as home stays now.

    Another day we ventured away from Chinatown and the historic area. I can't remember if we had a destination in mind, but after a while we came to Bukit Cina. It was on the map as a large hill, so without knowing what it was we ignored the 'Private Property Proceed at Own Risk" signs ...

    Malaysia

    A travel blog entry by ladyboy-dodger on Jul 25, 2014

    14 photos

    ... tandoori chicken like nothing I have ever eaten before. The best way to describe it was the chicken was so juicy it was like pulled pork the way the meat would just fall off the bone with the spices and the home cooked naan it was a special moment in my life. Ha. Malaka was owned by the Dutch and then the Portuguese for the same reasons shortly after we obtained georgetown (we would later take over in the 1500s under the British rule). Malaka has ...