Tanjung Bidara Beach Resort

Address: Tanjung Bidara, Melaka, Melaka State, 78300, Malaysia | Resort
 
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This resort is located on Tanjung Bidara, Melaka.
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    Travel Blogs from Melaka

    The Dutch heritage and cycling trough Melaka

    A travel blog entry by aussie15 on Feb 28, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... forests, unfortunately also a lot of palm tree plantations (to produce palm oil) and deforested areas where probably new plantations would be made. Sidenote: Malaysia is world's second largest oil producer, and this industry is vital for it's economy.

    In the bus from Melaka sentral to the city center Ania (who speaks Spanish fluently) chatted with a Spanish girl who was traveling with her Argentinian boyfriend. They had already ...

    Taste of history and humidity

    A travel blog entry by pcandjd on Dec 29, 2014

    77 photos

    ... at our accommodation (the right one!), had a few recommendations and set out to check out the town. Melaka is the oldest city in Malaysia making it a melting pot of history from the Portuguese, British, Dutch, Chinese, Indian and Malay Indonesians and also has a reputation as the home of Nonya food (a mix of Chinese and Malay). In contrast, it is also home to the three wheeled Rickshaws which are decked out in flowers or are Frozen / Hello Kitty themed and ...

    Kickapoo Joy Juice

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Dec 13, 2014

    27 photos

    ... of worship day' and started out with the mosque on Harmony Street (so called because it accommodates so many different religious buildings so close to each other). It had an oriental-style roof in green and an elegant minaret. Korina donned her hijab and robe and we stepped into the main prayer hall. It was very light, and open: elegant and powerful in its simplicity. We also went into the nearby Hindu temple with its statues of gods tucked away in alcoves and recesses around ...

    Melaka, Mellaca, Mallaca

    A travel blog entry by heathercharles on Aug 07, 2014

    3 comments, 32 photos

    ... and it was time to try it. We each got a durian puff figuring how bad could it be wrapped in pastry. Bad. It can be really bad. Charles ate his, but I threw mine in the garbage.

    We ate dinner twice at the hawker stalls which we generally enjoy. It is a nice way to eat local, cheap food often away from the throngs of tourists. We stuck with chicken and rice which is our standard fare when we don't recognize much else. I also enjoyed ...

    Marvellous Malacca, not just another UNESCO town

    A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy on Jan 24, 2014

    47 photos

    ... parks and malls growing like a plague spread out from the UNESCO Town confirming that you really can't escape the Asian developments. St Paul's built in the 1500s was probably my favourite site, mainly because it was so rustic but largely because of the harem of middle aged Chinese ladies that cheered when they reached the summit! The dainty little lighthouse that was built here by the British was also a pleasant surprise. Last but not least was the 19c Baba-Nonya ...