Townview Hotel

Address: 60 Jalan Sisi, Muar, Johor, 84000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 60 Jalan Sisi, Muar.
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      A travel blog entry by ladyboy-dodger on Jul 25, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

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      A travel blog entry by rednosefg on Nov 28, 2013

      18 photos

      Wow, Melacca! A small town, with heaps of character, about 5 hours north of Singapore. A little bit of history for you- the Portuguese colonized in 1509 and built some churches and a fort, the Dutch followed a while after and continued to add churches and strengthened the fort, and then finally the British came and destroyed the fort and made no effort to preserve the churches. Or so the stories here go. In 1946 it was returned to Malaysia and ...


      A travel blog entry by bee.sass on Feb 15, 2013

      11 photos

      ... colour. Mr Koak says if you want to build your own house you can design it yourself otherwise it will be built in a group all the same (like an estate) and then sold. Mr Koak was full of information he was very happy to share, however his voice was not one of a standard volume, Mr Koak shouted everything he said. This was going to make the car ride interesting.. Chris was happy because he allowed him to have a smoke out the window on the way there. Mr Koak was ...


      A travel blog entry by corinneparker on Feb 28, 2012

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      ... rings i liked in some shops we walked past. Hehe. He had a Mcdonalds for lunch, I had some corn and dried mango!! I watchd breaking dawn on the netbook in the afternoon i was so excited about watching it i cant wait for the next one! We had dinner in the indian restaurant next door.I had a huge piece of tandoori chicken with some spicy veg and phil had crispy chicken with veg and rice and we shard a garlic naan. It was about 3 for the whole lot, ...

      Malaca - Malaysia

      A travel blog entry by whereugoing on Jul 31, 2007

      ... we would give it a go. It is like a rickshaw except the driver is actually seated right next to you and can sit and give commentary as you go. Anyways, I digress, the Sultan's Well...the properties of the water in this well are such that when you pour it into a glass (right to the top) the muniscus at the top of the glass will actually bulge over the top edge of the glass (and quite high too) so that, as they demonstrated, the water can exceed the top of ...