Tower Hotel

Address: G20, Jalan PM4, Plaza Mahkota, Melaka, Melaka State, 75000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on G20, Jalan PM4, Plaza Mahkota, Melaka, is near Christ Church, Malacca Sultanate Palace, Queen Victoria's Fountain, and Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall.
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Travel Blogs from Melaka

A day in Malacca

A travel blog entry by lb12 on Mar 26, 2014

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... from around the world. I had the Meleka which is coffee with coca and margarine. It did taste pretty sweet. The way back to Jonker St was full of cars not going anywhere because worshipers had parked their cars in the street to attend a church service! While the original plan was to stay until sunset I decided I had seen all that I wanted to see and that I would catch an earlier bus so I would arrive in KL around sunset. Finding a taxi wasn't difficult as they congregate ...

Day 206 - Malaysia - Melaka

A travel blog entry by neensandpete on Mar 01, 2014

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... enough of the heat today. As it's a spa hotel, Cj, Jules and Jody headed for some treatments. Two body massages and one pedicure. We'll leave it up to you to work out who had their nails done.... Tonight we headed back to the river for a beer and then found a restaurant for dinner. Melaka is really busy at nighttime. The streets were packed and we walked past a man trying to set the Guinness World Record for piercing coconuts with his index ...


A travel blog entry by edsutch on Sep 19, 2013

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... is fine, they shouldn't feel the need to always be here every body is more than capable of breathing for a few hours whilst they go out. We sat and enjoyed our dinner, not long after they returned. He asked us if we had any trouble with language barriers and was glad we were eating the local food. After dinner it was back to the fun and games of sorting all of our stuff and then sleep. Tuesday. Peanut butter for breakfast, makes this guesthouse a winner! We don't mind ...

Saved the best for last

A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Aug 16, 2013

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... br> - Originally - a simple fishing port;
- First ruled - by the Ming Chinese Dynasty;
- 16th Century: the Portuguese arrived and built a walled fortress;
- 17th Century: the Dutch took hold and destroyed much of the Portuguese heritage.
- 19th Century: the British added it to their Asian colonial portfolio as a result of some land trading with the Dutch.
- WWII - the British retreated from the Japanese ...

Last day in country number 3 = Malaysia

A travel blog entry by citizoftheworld on Apr 17, 2013

... Selatan from KL Central, then take the bus to Melaka and get off in Melaka Central (about 2 hrs) and the take bus I7 to the city centre... I met some locals, tried some local food, local drinks and hiked a bit, also took a lot of pictures :)

When the sun was starting to set I decided to go back to KL since it was about a 2hrs commute back to the city. The 2 hrs bus ride back to KL was a bit more interesting since they played a ...