fbpx

Melaka

  • Geographer Cafe Jonker Walk Melaka

    Geographer Cafe Melaka

    I have visited the Geographer Cafe many times over the years. This cafe is located in Jonker Walk, the famous touristy area in downtown Melaka City. The cafe offers local food snacks and drinks and is very popular with European Tourists, backpackers and people wanting to enjoy the local flavours of Malacca. 

    Enjoy live music on the weekend nights while sipping local beers and fruit drinks. The funky and laid-back atmosphere with a good mix of local food and snacks make this interesting structure a must-visit location every time you visit Melaka.

  • Makhota Parade Food Court

    Makhota Parade Food Court Melaka

    Makhota Parada is an easy-going shopping mall for plenty of stores, clothing outlets, grocery outlets, pharmacies and hair designers. The food court is located on the first floor and offers a wide range of dining options ranging from popular Malay, Chinese, Thai and Indian. There are a couple of fast food outlets as well including Macdonalds. If you are travelling with a family and want a quick bit, this is definitely the place. You will need to buy a coupon card and add credit to the card. This card is accepted by all outlets in the food courts. Food, drinks and desserts can be bought with this card.  

  • Muar to Melaka - Exploring amazing cities of Muar & Melaka

    muar to melaka

    Muar is located south of Melaka, approximately 180km from Kuala Lumpur city. A relatively little know destination, Muar is a great location for a weekend break and is very easily accessibly from Melaka (26 km )  as well as Kuala Lumpur (180 km) 

  • Nancy's Kitchen - Peranakan Homemade food

    Nancy's Kitchen Melaka

    I visited Nancy's Kitchen in August 2019 during my weekend stay in Melaka over Eid (Hari Raya) Holidays. I visited this restaurant in 2009 in the Jonker Walk area. The restaurant has relocated to a new location in the more developed and modern part of Melaka. 

    Nyonya Food (Peranakan Food) is an outcome of intermixing of Malaysian and Chinese through inter-marriages in the early part of the 20th Century. The food brings influences from Indonesian/Malaysian cooking styles with a rich mix of spices and herbs. Some of the active ingredients used in most of the dishes include galangal, candlenuts, laksa leaves, fragrant kaffir lime leaves, pandan leaves, belachan and lemongrass. 

  • One Day Trips from Kuala Lumpur for Families

    Day trips fro Kuala Lumpur

    Kuala Lumpur is a great city for a family holiday. There is plenty of things to do in Kuala Lumpur for visitors from all age groups. Attracting over 26.1 million international tourists in 2019 and over 57,000 rooms available in hotels in Kuala Lumpur has become a hub of tourist activities. 

  • The Shore Hotel & Residences Malacca - for family holiday

    Shore Hotel and Residence Malacca

     


    Malacca is a popular weekend and holiday destination in Kuala Lumpur. Due to its proximity to Kuala Lumpur and Port Dickson, Malacca attracts large holiday crowds during school holidays and public holidays in Malaysia. Travelling with a family, I have found that serviced apartments and resorts are ideal for staying. Malacca offers a wide of accommodation in all price ranges. I explored some places online and found Shore Hotel & Residence  offering amazing deals on a 3-night stay. 

  • Visit Melaka Malaysia

    Visit Melaka Malacca

     


    The UNESCO-listed state, Melaka provides a unique cultural experience with a rich history of colonial occupation. Offering easy access to Kuala Lumpur, Melaka city in recent years has seen a spate of development which makes it an ideal place for a weekend break as a number of quality hotels are available at very affordable rates. 

Subscribe to Blog Feeds