Thistle Port Dickson Resort
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... comes at a cost, and not being able to squeeze the three of us onto one trishaw, we passed. Walking was much better for us, and we could take our time taking pictures, stopping off to try local snacks and drinks, and weave in and out of the array of quirky shops.
The main street in the old town, Jonker Street, was bustling. We tried ‘putu piring’, a steamed rice, coconut, and brown sugar snack, and after a few hours of mooching around, we stopped off for ...
... The next day started pretty late and lazy as it was another hot day! After wondering around down near the river I ended up at the place where you can to the river cruise, I thought why not! I jumped on board and off we went down the river. The boat I was on was quite full and busy unfortunately but it was still a nice trip down the river finally seeing it from the point of view I had been seeing since arriving into Malacca. When I came back to my accommodation after the ...
... there were so many people there at 4:30am. After navigating past taxi drivers trying to get me to hire them for a drive, I found an ATM, withdrew some Ringit and explored the terminal. The terminal looks very low key from the outside, it's basically a shed, with lots of eateries including many American chains (McDonalds, KFC, Dunking Donuts, and Boost Juice). Not feeling particularly hungry I opted to go straight into the departure lounge. It was only once I was ...
... sweat combination is brilliant at getting the creases out of tshirts!!!) We've seen so many things in such a little time it'd be difficult to list them. Our highlights have been; - Heli Lounge Bar. A bar situated on a helipad that overlooks the whole city. It was amazing, cheap, and a hidden gem. Big thanks to Katy for that recommendation - KL heritage walk tour. We did this with a guide and 5 other couples ...
... is famous for the migratory stop of sea snakes from all over the world and they are highly venomous.
So, we just stood on the pavement which was just about 10 feet from the sea and chatted while listening to the sound of the waves. We were here for about an hour until midnight. My mom especially had trouble standing too long and I did not want to strain her too much as she just ...