Holiday Inn Melaka
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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... Malacca Sentral station. Which, of course, was as erroneously named as everything else with the word Sentral in it in Malaysia. We were nowhere near the bloody centre of Malacca City (though we were just outside Tesco). A quick number 17 bus later, 3km into the centre, the real centre, and...welcome to Malacca.
We could have been forgiven for thinking we had landed back in Georgetown, Penang. At least we'd found two places in Malaysia ...
... to the hotel and started figuring out where we were going after KL.
All the options we had come up with for the next few days of travelling started falling apart due to fully booked hotels or hotels that were 3x the price we'd expected so we spent most of day 5 planning.
On our last day in KL we packed up our things and checked out of the hotel. We left our bags at reception and headed out to Batu Caves. The train ride only ...
... museum of aircrafts where we pretended to be pilots within lots of styles of helicopters. By night we headed to Jonker street which became a walking street at night lined with stalls selling all sorts of gifts, and among the stalls were food venders offering a variety of Chinese and Japanese foods. Bravely we opted to try some dim sim, chicken pastry pies, and chicken rice ...
... the bus driver ask for me to alight at Christ Church.
It was Saturday night at The Christ Church were crowded with tourist and local people.
I drop here and took some pictures. Then ask to people how to get to L'amarda Guesthouse.
Some of them don't know the direction. So I just walk follow the rush people to Jonker street.
There are a lot of people at The Night Bazaar, many hawker and booth for souvenirs.
Magnet 4 pcs for MYR ...
... guy had sold me a ticket for a bus that was scheduled from the Terminal in about five minutes. Since time was not on my side, I literally ran from the ticket office to the departure gate and only got to the bus with about a minute to spare. No sooner did I take my seat that the driver came through collecting tickets.
The bus ride itself was pretty easygoing and uneventful. I spent a good portion of it drifting in ...