No 19 & 21 Lorong Hang Jebat, Melaka, Melaka State, 75200, Malaysia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul

... saw it again this morning disappearing into the drain. It gave us all sort of food for speculation over its diet and home, and explained the relative lack of rats. On our final evening we ate at a small restaurant by the river in the company of a box of six two-week-old kittens.

From Melaka we took the bus direct to Kuala Lumpur International Airport, which only took an hour and a half. We are now waiting to board, so I'll sign off now until next year.

Day trip to Malacca

A travel blog entry by ktthomas


... of a school.

The first point of interest was to stop at a pewter factory. Some very interesting pieces on display for sale. We were able to watch how the alloys were combined, melted, poured, fired, cooled and then cleaned. Pewter forms and cools very quickly as the main compound is tin.
The artisans use razor blades to clean off the excess, and the shavings feel like cotton candy.

Lunch was a feast at one of the ...

Jonkers bonkers

A travel blog entry by teambrazier


... day we decided to take a scenic walk to the Sultanate Palace Museum. On the way we visited the Fort A Famosa - Portuguese, St. John's Fort - Dutch, Stadthuys - Dutch, Cheng Hoon Teng Temple - Chinese and finally the museum. The museum was a reconstruction of the Sultans palace and although it was a beautiful building the inside was a little uninspiring although the gardens were nice to walk around.

Next stop Johor Bahru and Matt's dream - Legoland Malaysia!

An outbreak of Booths in Malacca!

A travel blog entry by rachandandytrip


... in the room, Mike and Jane showed us the respectable clothes they had kindly brought us to use at Pangkor Laut, before we headed down to the lobby to have a civilised aperitif before heading back into the centre. We made for Jonker Street, stopping at some stalls/shops to get some gifts/souvenirs, before heading to the highly recommended Nancy's Kitchen for dinner. It's one of those places that looks like nothing from the outside, but the food says ...

Day 7: Why is Malaysia so developed?

A travel blog entry by melanie_zhaw_im


... the service industry, Batam rather on the labour intensive goods.

In addition to these factors Malaysia has in general more favourable conditions for development: Malaysia is resource rich: has water resources, rubber and oil, kept the British legal and education system, is only populated by 26mio people, which is 1/10 of Indonesia’s population and doesn’t have to govern 17000 islands. ...

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This hotel, located on No 19 & 21 Lorong Hang Jebat, Melaka, is near Melaka Town Square, Porta de Santiago, Chinatown - Melaka, and Flora de la Mar Maritime Museum.
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