Tanjung Bidara Beach Resort

Address: Tanjung Bidara, Melaka, Melaka State, 78300, Malaysia | Resort
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      Lighting Show and Indian Food

      A travel blog entry by jw.jm.travel on Nov 20, 2014

      ... set out to try and find an Internet café. The one we found was completely dingy and smelled like rotting fish so we left immediately! Instead we paid the 20 RM and took extremely tourist cheesy ride up the menara taming sati tower. The ride rotated 360° So we got a really nice view of all of Malacca. It was definitely no Petronas Towers but still beautiful. It was neat to see a storm and lighting off in the distance from the top of the tower. ...

      Malaka/ Malacca

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... clothing. But it is not legal requirement and SG does not have to get out her 'Iran' kit. At service stations there are prayer room facilities for men and in Malaka we hear the Muslim call to prayer from the nearby mosques. Although the Constitution guarantees religious freedom in Malaysia, 60% of the population are muslim, 20% Buddhist and 10% Christian.

      *Where Malaysia does differ from the 'Westminster model' is in the choice of its Head of ...

      Food, Food, More Food, and then....Even More Food!

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Mar 23, 2014

      26 photos

      ... go for local Nonya food (when Chinese men married Malay women - they were referred to as Nonya and this is common in Melaka), go to a museum of an old Nonya house, go for burgers (thankfully we got two to split between the five of us), head to a famous church and then museum on a boat, before eating a local dessert called cendol. Cendol is a sweet dessert which combines sugar, ice, jelly, fruits, and vegetables, all mixed together. ...

      The Oldest city in Malaysia

      A travel blog entry by andrewy on Mar 09, 2014

      19 photos

      ... influences of European, Chinese, Indian and Malay. We started our tour by visiting the historical sites including the Stadthuy, St. Paul's Church, Porta de Santiago (the only remaining Portuguese structure), the Dutch windmill and the water wheel. After the tour, Selvan took us to have Baba Nonya style lunch. The food is well flavored and very tasty. My favorite is the coconut pineapple infused shrimp, the sauce is ...

      Malaysia breathes a sigh of relief

      A travel blog entry by trish.coverdale on Sep 19, 2013

      4 comments, 16 photos

      ... down the other side the driver was like a maniac and I thought a few times we were going to tip over! I kept having flash-backs to my bus journey in Nepal when I had to climb out of a window so the bus wouldn't fall down the ravine as we had gone slightly over the edge. So, I was getting a bit hot again but I had my Kindle so read an awful lot! I was disappointed when I arrived at the bus station in Melaka because the first thing I saw was a massive Tesco ...