The Majestic Malacca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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After a good nights sleep, a late breakfast of fruit and French toast, coffee and watermelon juice. After breakfast we walked across the road to the riverside walk into the centre of melaka, directly across the river from the majestic hotel is the traditional Malay area kampung. Walked down past the funfair with big wheel and pirate ship and …
... it is sometimes said that this city is where you’ll glimpse the soul of the nation.
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... I've clearly got some beef with the selfie stick. Despite this palarva, I found the place quite calming (somehow) and we spent quite some time just looking out to the sea.Once finished, we headed down a different set of steps to town, finding ourselves in a small quiet park with a playground and lots of local children playing and laughing. We went for a stroll around the area as the sun was quickly setting and decided that it was dinner time. YAY. We had spotted earlier a ...
... seemed like a brilliant idea. It would save us about 7 hours on the bus, even though the flight got in at about 10pm, and then we would need to catch the last bus to Georgetown, then find the newly renamed 'Burma hotel' which the taxi driver (and everyone else we spoke to) had never heard of. But of course we made it eventually, the room was quiet, there was toilet paper (a kind of optional extra in some guesthouses), and the neighbours were all fast asleep.
... way down them was really not fun (especially as I had a hard time remembering which side of the road I was supposed to be on!) 4 years cycling around Hangzhou had not prepared me for these streets- my nerves took a battering! 3. A lot of artistic license had been used when conjuring up descriptions of these places! So Portuguese town was not the nice European area full of cafés and restaurants that I had been expecting. It was, in fact, a small collection of houses with ...