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Old 22-05-2019, 04:09 PM   #2581
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These last few times, I would just grab from Hatten to the Tamil church behind Jonker. RM 6-7 only.

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Old 22-05-2019, 05:05 PM   #2582
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Anywhere that shows soccer till late in Melaka? Will be staying in the Melaka Raya area and want to watch the Champions League final on 2 June.
Unable to name an exact place, but Melaka Raya is the right area to be looking for pubs or coffeeshops that screen matches.
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Old 23-05-2019, 12:49 PM   #2583
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These last few times, I would just grab from Hatten to the Tamil church behind Jonker. RM 6-7 only.

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Did u try salvam restoran? It's near the church and the Indian (not Indian Moslem) food is pretty good n reasonable. Been eating there for > 10 yrs... From their old location to the present one.
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Old 23-05-2019, 08:44 PM   #2584
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DoubleTree by Hilton is a nice and modern hotel. But the location is a little far from Jonker Street so be prepared to walk a distance or grab there.
Yeap. I see a Youtube review date last July. The guy mentioned he Grabbed to Jonker street for around 5-6 Ringgits. I guess that's fine.
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Old 24-05-2019, 10:37 AM   #2585
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Anywhere that shows soccer till late in Melaka? Will be staying in the Melaka Raya area and want to watch the Champions League final on 2 June.


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Old 24-05-2019, 01:22 PM   #2586
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Did u try salvam restoran? It's near the church and the Indian (not Indian Moslem) food is pretty good n reasonable. Been eating there for > 10 yrs... From their old location to the present one.
Where is this located? I'll be interested to try.

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Old 24-05-2019, 01:51 PM   #2587
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Where is this located? I'll be interested to try.

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Quite near the st Francis Xavier church, about less than 5min walk. From here, ask where is public bank. It's just around the corner.

Google for the restoran. Am sure u can find it.
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Old 02-06-2019, 06:08 PM   #2588
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is 4d3n too long for malacca?
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Old 02-06-2019, 07:03 PM   #2589
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is 4d3n too long for malacca?
It's just right, I feel. Can also drive to pd, tangkak, muar...

Plenty your trip ahead of time. Have fun.
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is 4d3n too long for malacca?
I did a 3D2N trip before by coach. A bit rushed and tiring.

Last year I did 4D3N because I didn't want to rush here and there like the previous time. This is more of a leisure, relaxing holiday for me.

Day 1: Took a leisure drive up, with breakfast and a bit of groceries (water, snacks for the long trip) in JB. Went into Yong Peng to look see.

Arrived and checked in around 4.30pm. Walk and snacked at Jonker for dinner.

Day 2: Went to see the Baba Nyonya museum, walk and eat at Jonker area. Shopping at the two big malls.
Dinner at Tong Sheng. Queued for 2 hours.

Day 3: Ate chicken rice balls. Climbed A Famosa and the attractions around there. Ate more chendol, shopped some more - it gets very hot in the afternoon so the best place to be is in the malls.

Day 4: Explored that big mosque by the sea. Buy nyonya kueh. Drive back to SG.


If you've been there before, there's no need to rush to see all the attractions.
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Old 05-06-2019, 08:14 PM   #2591
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I am trying to book a bus from KL to Malacca on 10 August 2019, but easybus shows no buses, and redbus only has 1 company and when I try to book it, it says it's unavailable. Are there really no buses available on this date? Do you all see any?
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Old 06-06-2019, 09:02 AM   #2592
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I am trying to book a bus from KL to Malacca on 10 August 2019, but easybus shows no buses, and redbus only has 1 company and when I try to book it, it says it's unavailable. Are there really no buses available on this date? Do you all see any?
Haven't you encountered this before? You are probably too early. Try again in a few weeks. If you can, monitor the situation daily, and you will be able to confirm when tickets are released.
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I did a 3D2N trip before by coach. A bit rushed and tiring.

Last year I did 4D3N because I didn't want to rush here and there like the previous time. This is more of a leisure, relaxing holiday for me.

Day 1: Took a leisure drive up, with breakfast and a bit of groceries (water, snacks for the long trip) in JB. Went into Yong Peng to look see.

Arrived and checked in around 4.30pm. Walk and snacked at Jonker for dinner.

Day 2: Went to see the Baba Nyonya museum, walk and eat at Jonker area. Shopping at the two big malls.
Dinner at Tong Sheng. Queued for 2 hours.

Day 3: Ate chicken rice balls. Climbed A Famosa and the attractions around there. Ate more chendol, shopped some more - it gets very hot in the afternoon so the best place to be is in the malls.

Day 4: Explored that big mosque by the sea. Buy nyonya kueh. Drive back to SG.


If you've been there before, there's no need to rush to see all the attractions.
There is an aquarium in a mall. Nice. Can check that out.
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Old 06-06-2019, 10:47 AM   #2594
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There is an aquarium in a mall. Nice. Can check that out.
The Shore Oceanarium? I won't say it is a must-go.
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Old 18-06-2019, 05:04 PM   #2595
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I am trying to book a bus from KL to Malacca on 10 August 2019, but easybus shows no buses, and redbus only has 1 company and when I try to book it, it says it's unavailable. Are there really no buses available on this date? Do you all see any?
It seems like the whole of August, there is no bus / coach services to and from Malacca, i am also looking at transport from Malacca to Genting or from Genting to Malacca, no sure it is because of the Hungry Ghost festival? If possible do update if you do manage to find the bus services available for August, i'll do the same whenever i check.
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