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... yet delicious. In the afternoon, Selvan let us cruise around the Junker Walk, or the Malacca version of Chinatown. Since we only got 40 min, we walked around took a few photos before we returned to our bus. There are shops selling every thing from pineapple tart, molasses cookies, yogurt ice cream, homemade herbal drinks, there are just too much to see but too little time, after buying a few souvenirs we head back to Kuala ...
... be sold out;
- Dim sum, try the restaurant almost opposite Pak Putra;
- Satay celup, try Capitol Satay but be prepared to queue.
Malacca is just 2 hours by bus from the capital and, I think, is a must see on any Malaysia itinerary. Even those who come to Malaysia to enjoy the shopping in the cities will not be disappointed with what Malacca offers.
I'm glad I saved this for last, it's the best part of Malaysia in my ...
Again we were so lucky to arrive on our destination (this time: Melaka) on a holiday weekend. How would we know itīs a special holiday weekend? :-) The place was overcrowded like I never saw in a small city like this. Chinese & Malaysian people as far as the eye could see. It took us more then 1 hour by bus for only 4km from the Melaka Central bus station.
We had no accommodation booked upfront, because we thought this would be a ...
... and travelled south. Chandra stopped the car just outside KL to show us the largest open cast (tin) mine anywhere in the world.
Further south we passed through Kajang before stopping at the town of Seremban where we called in on the parents of the government official who we had met yesterday. It has been beautiful scenery along the whole route with mainly secondary jungle laying over gently rounded hills. The roads too have also been of a high standard. ...