Holiday Inn Melaka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
- Airport Transportation
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... some markets and a couple of museums. Not fancying a look inside we carried on till we arrived at the ticket office to the tower. It was a 15minute ride up and down and we were getting on pretty much as soon as we bought our tickets, no waiting around. The views were 360 panoramic of the city and high enough for you too see the entire of Melaka. You got given binoculars so you could really get the details of our surroundings. Once we had finished we ...
... sauce. Price around 30RM for two persons. It depends on how many sticks you take.
Of course, a meal in Malacca isn't complete without trying their special Malacca Cendol! Nothing comes close to this, especially when it is sprinkled with thick Gula Melaka on the ice! ...
... the clock tower where there is a remarkable collection of trishaws, or rickshaws. Each one magnificently and elaborately decorated with flowers, fairy lights, soft toys and goodness knows what else. They also have very loud music, I mean very loud music. This is one of the main pick up points for them and they are a glorious sight.
We forgo the delights of a ride and head over the bridge to Jonker Walk which is a historic street with a mixture of shops, restaurants ...
... believe me so she ran out in the rain to check. The floor was incredibly slippery and I was sure that she was going to fall over, to her credit, she made it back in once piece; although much more soggy than when she left. We spent a few minutes slagging off the Hard Rock Café under our little concrete ledge outside a closed bun shop and enjoyed the rain.
The local historical food or heritage food, whatever you want to call it; stuff they used to eat in the old days id called Nonya ...
... right? So yes, we went to the cinema, yes, we went to the arcade, and yes, we went bowling. Imagine a weekend at home- just so much cheaper. The cinema for £1.50! Arcade games for 20p! Bowling for a £1! Although, proof that things are a little off in Melaka came when Tash hit strikes after half strikes and tied the game of bowling. We also spent a bit of time in shopping malls. Only, that wasn't like back home. We actually now appreciate the general lack of ...