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... local Malay women). And Peranakan is the term given to an ethnic Chinese who is born in the Straits area. The museum is a fine example of a Peranakan family home.
*We end a very hot humid afternoon by walking to the colonial area - the town square where you can see the old administrative buildings completed in 1753 by the Dutch and known as the Stadthuys. They were subsequently also used by the British. In the middle of the square, which sadly ...
... Chinese. He will graduate from the university in one year. I asked him what the job prospects were for college graduates in Malaysia. He said they were good. He felt he would find a job with decent pay after graduation. In both Vietnam and Cambodia, the students I have talked with there that will graduate this year, feel just the opposite. They don't expect to find a job in their field of study in their countries. They say it is because of political corruption. Only ...
... Japanese Karaoke). We tried to get into a restaurant which was recommended but the queue was to long so we ended up having a Thai by the river which was nice.
Had a lie in as we both felt knackered then headed out for a Brunch at the Dutch Cafe over the River. Had a typical Malaysian Breakfast of Chicken Curry with Roti (a flat unleavened bread cooked with layers - delicious!) We walked down Jonker Street in the day to see what it ...
... ride up the Menara Taming Sarl, in the centre. The glass revolving round platform slowly rises 80m up the pole to give a wonderful 365 degree view of the area. I had read in Lonely Planet and all other guides, that Jonker Street is famous world-wide. I wandered off to take a look and found that actually it was nothing more, nothing less than any other shopping street. Not sure what all the fuss is about. I did buy a UV protective thin jacket thing to put on ...
... The capital is Malacca City, which is 148 km south east of Malaysia's capital city Kuala Lumpur. This historical city center has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 7 July 2008.
As we traversed along the route, we saw miles and miles and miles of palm oil plantations. Palm oil is one of the largest exports for Malaysia.
Along the highway we were also able to see some of the secondary rain forest.
There are about ...