Motel Bukit Serindit
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Motel Bukit Serindit Melaka
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... just slept in and took the day as it came. We hung around the hotel for most of the day before heading out around 4pm to grab some lunch. We went to a vegetarian buffet in the mall nearby and stuffed ourselves, not realizing how much food we had piled onto our plates. We went back to the hotel to hang around for another couple hours before meeting my friend Jacenta who I had met while I was in Jasper before leaving Canada. We met her in our hotel ...
... when has the lack of a rail service ever deterred me from catching a train?
So I arrived at KL Sentral at just past eight in the morning ready to board Train No. 13, the Ekspres Sinaran Selatan (Southern Sunshine Express), bound for Singapore and operated by Keretapi Tanah Melayu, "Railways of the Malay Land". And here's a fun fact - the Malay word for railway, "keretapi", is a compound of "kereta api", meaning "chariot of fire". How cool is that?
Thus I found myself humming ...
... that will take you to the heritage centre. Say you want to go to the Town Square or Chinatown. In Chinatown area, is where I stayed. In a guesthouse called Voyage. The dorm is RM15 a night, the spaces are big enough to have your own things comfortably. There are also private rooms. It gives free wifi, and there's a common area with a tv, movies, two guitars and a pool table. It is very easy to ...
... managed to get a full refund and found somd great digs just up the road.
The area we are staying in is bang in the center of the historical part of Melaka which is a World Heritage Site and like Penang has great little streets fantastic Chinese Temples, Mosques and buildings full of charactor. Yesterday we walked around exploring as best we could everywhere you look is a place of interest and the people are ...
... corridoor to our room and we were shown a very basic room with just 2 cot-like beds in it, the shared bathrooms were horrible with the normal shower/toilet combo but these were grubby, we were not impressed especially as the room wasn't that cheap. That evening we went for a walk around Chinatown, the place was alive with celebrations due to the new year, the tuk tuks were decorated and lit up to the max, there were fireworks, ...