Da Som Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TripAdvisor Reviews Da Som Inn Melaka
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... So he helped us by pointing out the train is much cheaper if we got the time. We did, so the train it was. Eight stops and one transfer later we were at the bus terminal for under RM6. The public transport is really cheap and efficient here. There were oodles of buses to chose from. The one we picked was RM10 each and left ten minutes later. It was a 27 seater with all the seats reclining almost completely. Urban sprawl followed the highway ...
... we hadn't eaten any breakfast and it was now gon1pm... So choosing from the array of eateries available at the bus station... We climbed aboard the bus with two Subway sandwiches and a box of 6 Dunkin' Donuts.Hey, they had a 'Buy 5, get the 6th free' offer... I was totally persuaded by the sales assistant.Free donut... Yes please!Obvs.So we happily munched away on our journey southwards to Singapore.Melaka is an obvious stopover with its quaint colonial and historic charm and MORE ...
... not have gotten a nice sunrise but it was still beautiful to see the waves rolling under the structure and hear the call to prayer that early in the morning. After a return to bed for a few extra hours of sleep, a shower, one last toastie, and sorting my bags I smartly walked across the street this time to catch the city bus back to the main bus terminal. Although that smart feeling only lasted moments...Second fail with this dumb city bus. I didn't realize that they only ...
... after a short rest in our room headed out again for more sightseeing, we decided on a river cruise so walked back up the river to buy tickets. A lovely way to see melaka, gently cruising up the river, we saw a huge monitor lizard swimming, it must have been 8 ft long! After the cruise we headed back to the hotel for a freshen up and afternoon nap, fell asleep and didn't wake until 6pm. Got ready to hit ...
... waited for the appropriate east or west monsoon winds to carry them on their way. A walk around the town still presents a real mix of architecture and religions with Islam being the main religion with Christianity, Chinese ( Taoism, Confucianism, Buddiaism ) and Hindu temples all in the same block. A real lesson in how to get along. Respect for other religions is legislated. I did find out that the Malaysia health system is free to Malaysians and has a ...