Da Som Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Da Som Inn Melaka
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... dropped us at Queen street bus station, a surprisingly small bus station compared to Melaka Sentral, we queued for a taxi to take us to our hotel - the Pan Pacific. After a smooth check in we went up to the club lounge for afternoon tea and nibbles. Returning to our room we admired the view from the 30th floor and played with the James Bond remote controlled blinds! After a short rest, shower and change of clothes we ...
... advantage of surprise, hiding effortlessly behind our mirror. I still check behind every mirror in every hostel). Slinking around the boat, it was hard not to see them in every nook and cranny for the rest of our stay in Melaka.
Slightly up river, we discovered that Melaka has a burgeoning street art scene. Murals of political, historical and whimsical scenes emblazoned every wall for a kilometre stretch of the riverside. It passed the test of two street-art ...
... an AirAsia flight. However, because I left Krabi earlier than I had scheduled, I got some time before my flight. As a result, I got some time to visit Malacca.
To be honest, Malacca was cheesy. The Malacca River was dirty and stinky. The riversides had been recently renovated like a Disneyland river and it was not historic at all. Many houses had new artistic murals and I wondered if Malacca was truely designated as a preserved area ...
... We have not gone very far when we stop at Johor Bahru for about 20 minutes which could explain why the train journey takes so long, but soon we are rolling through green trees and a rather less high rise environment – mostly bungalow type buildings.
The train goes mostly through palm and fruit plantations with occasional stops, though it’s generally a slow "express". It would be marginally quicker by bus but less comfortable. We get given a bottle of water and ...
... headed along. Back to the market the first thing we saw was a guy who held the world record for piercing a coconut with his finger. He demonstrated, used his brand of coconut oil to apply to his wounded finger then tried to sell it. I'm sure not many salespeople would go to those extremes! The next hour or so we wandered up and down trying various delicacys. I opted for a coconut shake (just because), a Taiwan sausage, a Portuguese egg custard tart and a potato thing. ...