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... A wander up the hillside saw us arrive at St John's church, a roofless building filled with old tomb stones, the first church built in the city. On the other side of the hill was 'A Famosa', the last remnants of the Portugese fort that once surrounded and protected the whole city from other would be invaders, but now due to the silting up of the river sits well inland. After the tour I had a look in a shopping mall displaying Christmas ...
... school performing along with one of the elders of Malacca giving a speech - I wish I knew what he was saying as I was told when he speaks he does for a long time as his knowledge on the Malacca area is amazing - the last and oldest one living left. We then headed down near the river to a Malaysian Burger Bar where we could try a local burger - I had a chicken one which was yummy however very messy due to the amount of sweet chili sauce it had on it! After dinner we all walked back to ...
... never returned to them. In the early 19th century, the british took full control of Malaca. The British destroyed the fort in 1806, so it could not fall into enemy hands. Only a small part of the fort remains today.
Nearby is St John's Fort. It was at one time a private chapel dedicated to St John the Baptist when the Dutch controlled Malaca.
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The Museum of Beauty is a part of the People's Museum. The first two ...
... a short taxi ride costing about £4; taxis are cheap in Malaysia.
On arrival we were met by our host, Augustine, and shown down a dodgy-looking backstreet. However once we entered the house it was charming. We had the whole top floor of the house which was open plan, most unusual - see pictures.
After we settled in Augustine took us on a tour of the old town. The area centres around the ...
... with all of the red Chinese lanterns strung over the streets and constant fireworks for CNY. Our ****** Sayang Sayang #2 hostel is really close to everything including a better hostel/guest house called Discovery Cafe that we stayed at our last night. We ended almost every evening at the Discovery Cafe since they have a fun live band out on the patio every night. Like Georgetown, Mellacca doesn't have a great deal if western travelers and we have enjoyed talking to the ...