Lotus Inn

2846 Jalan Semabok, Melaka, Melaka State, 75050, Malaysia
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Money Changer and Cinema

by TLCTLC

Any one can advise if I should change money in Singapore or Melaka? Any reliable money changer near Aldy Hotel?

I heard there's a cinema in the city area. May I know where is it and what shows are currently showing?

Re: Money Changer and Cinema

by mansionion

Hi!

Not sure which money changer in Melaka give good rates. As for the cinema, there are 2 GSC cinemas in the city area - at Mahkota Parade (old & small) and Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall (new and big). The malls are opposite each other and within walking distance from Aldy Hotel. Check details at www.gsc.com.my

-m-

Re: Money Changer and Cinema

by muratkorman

Money changers in Melaka give better rates than Singapore. In shopping malls area, you can find many.

Re: Money Changer and Cinema

by TLCTLC

Thanks guys!

Travel Tips for Melaka

Sri Poyyatha Vinayagar

by Audrey118

Sri Poyyatha Vinayagar Moorthi Temple is one of the first Hindu temple built in the country at the turn of the century. It was built on the plot given by the Dutch. It is located at between Jalan Tukang Emas and Jalan Hang Kasturi.

It has a minaret which is decorated with cows in red colour. The temple is dedicated to Hindu deity with the head of an elephant called Vinoyagar - better known to most as Ganesg. Lots of businessmen and also lovers looking for blissed marriage come here.

Local Customs to be Aware Of

by keeweechic

Shoes must be removed when you enter places of worship such as mosques and temples. In some mosques female visitors are expected to wear scarves. Taking photographs at places of worship is usually allowed but it is polite to ask for permission first

It is also polite remove your shoes before entering a Malaysian home,

The right forefinger should not be used when pointing to places, objects or persons. Instead, use the thumb of the right hand with four fingers folded under, which is the preferred method.

Watch The Ships Go By The Straits Of Melaka!

by nutt03z

Tanjung Tuan, or Cape Rachardo, as it is more widely known is an animal santuary in Melaka. It is a part of Melaka that is isolated from the state of Melaka itself. So its sort of what Alaska is to the USA.

It is beside another popular holiday spot called Port Dickson, but that is in the state of Negeri Sembilan.

Tanjung Tuan is one of Malaysia's oldest and most important protected areas. It is also one of the last remaining patches of virgin coastal rainforest on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia and the only one in the state of Malacca. From this scenic cape, on a clear day, one can see Pulau Rupat, about 38 km away in Indonesia.

Every year, bird enthusiasts come here to view the beautiful migratory birds(raptors). It is at its peak in March.

The sea off Tanjung Tuan is also rich in corals and marine life such as sea turtles and the endangered dugong, prompting the state authorities in 1998 to gazette the off-shore areas adjacent to the site as a coral conservation zone.

On top of the hill, there sits the Cape Rachardo Lighthouse which was built in 1860. The view from here is fantastic.

I had the chance to be there till 8pm one night. Oh boy, it was just amazing watching the stars from there. The rays of the light from the lighthouse illuminated the night.

The real challenge was walking down the hill (which distance was about 2-3KM downhill) in TOTAL darkness. It was actually walking around the jungle at that hour without the aid of any light. We had to rely on our instincs and the moonlight from the non-full moon.

I had a thrilling time and was extremely relieved when i got back to the hotel.

Wooden Clogs

by bpacker about Clog Shops in Jonker Street

Like the the Netherlands, traditional wooden clogs will always be in fashion in Melaka, Malaysia... well, at least to the tourist. I wonder if anybody actually remembered that these clogs were traditionally used in wet places like the kitchens and toilets? The toilet slippers came in plain red, of course, unlike the flowery new designs. Even if you're not keen on these clunky slippers, you can get a mini-me pair on a key chain. Kitsch but cute Pop by Jonker Street and you'll see lots of these clog-making shops . If you can, pester the shop keeper to let you see how those clogs are made. It's a fast-disappearing art as it's difficult to get young apprentices. Expect to pay up to RM20 if you want delicately painted flowers on your toilet slippers...

Melaka's answer to Bintang Walk

by mansionion about Hang Tuah Mall

A major part of the sidewalk of Jalan Hang Tuah has been refurbished and rename Hang Tuah Mall. It's Melaka answer to Bintang Walk in KL although on a slightly smaller scale.

The place become lively at nite when most of the sidewalks cafe operating till the wee hours in the morning. Even though it is not as crowded as Bintang Walk, just hang out over here and watching people pass by should be interesting.

On special occasions, there will be live band performing here. Hang Tuah Mall was also the venue for the 2002 National X'mas Open House celebration.

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