Da Som Inn
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Da Som Inn Melaka
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... was Klebang. We got out the deck chairs and stayed there for the next 28 hours. It was beautifully peaceful during the day and a hive of activity at night. We had 3 tour groups looking through Skippy who were amazed about us travelling the world and sleeping in a truck.
In the evening the crowds appeared along with jumping castles, horse rides, food stalls by the score, bubble blowing, kite flying, and even a display of search lights through the ...
... and we sheer chaos! Once things settle down and had all of the tables moved inside end of control the owner came over to say hi to me while Justin was inside paying. He said "ohhh the rain, causes such mess". He then told me about how the rain starts and some people sitting outside run away from their bills and not pay. He said there was one bill unpaid (he knows who they are) that's over 100 RM! It also causes some confusion in the kitchen for orders ...
... place. Came across some nice old buildings, war forts and a maritime museum. After a couple hours of walking around we were drowned with sweat and sunburnt so we headed back to our freezing cold room for a few hours to cool down. This $10 a night room is really paying off. After a few hours of being lazy we headed back out to get some more water a big Tiger beer for the night and something to nibble on. All up costing 21 ringgit. Did some ...
... if we had found a satisfying meal, we might have enjoyed it for all its quirks; the town that is on one side quaint and historical, but which drapes itself in tourist tat and seems to try its best to disguise its unique charms. As it was, we couldn't find the energy to peel the miniskirt aside and reveal the lace petticoat.
We left a day before our flight back to Thailand, spending one more day in Kuala Lumpur to see a bit of the Thaipusam celebrations. Next stop (after KL): Ko ...
I was up until 2am figuring out the easiest way of how to cross into Malaysia and a rough idea of the Malacca area. I couldn't find a bus service that accepted COA (cash on arrival) And the receptionist then suggested I catch a public bus to the Golden Mile Complex, easy enough, bedtime. That was the first night I'd been put in a dorm that had people coming and going at all hours of the night. I'd had enough of trying to get to sleep by 7am and got up to head to the coach services. ...