Lucky Inn Hotel

116-3/116-4 Jalan Bendahara, Melaka, Melaka State, 75100, Malaysia
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bus servicing malacca to KL LCCT airport

by odie35


are there any buses that originate from malacca going to KL LCCT? im planning to visit malacca from KL(staying there for 2 days and overnight in malacca), then trying to catch a flight to langkawi. is it possible to go directly to KL LCCT or do i have to go back to KL sentral to catch the sky bus?

also would like to ask if it would be possible to see much of the sites in malacca in just one day. the last time i was in KL, i saw advertisements of a half day trip to malacca.

thanks very much in advance

Re: bus servicing malacca to KL LCCT airport

by muratkorman

1 day is enough to see the most of Melaka. By walking, you can visit most of the attractions including museums. Check out my Melaka page for things to do. I am not sure about the bus trips to KL though. Sorry for not helping you on that.

Re: bus servicing malacca to KL LCCT airport

by din2x

Depends on your activity, I think 2 days and 1 night in Melaka is a good option. and most of the attractive places are located next to each other.

There is no direct bus from Melaka (Malacca) to LCCT. The fastest way would be a taxi.

If Taxi is not on your list of option the fastest would be taking a bus to KL Sentral (Sky Bus)(Cost: RM 9.00 per person, per trip). And from KL Sental, take the LRT to "Pasar Seni" (Cost: RM 1.60 per person Per Trip). You have to walk a little to Puduraya. from there, take a bus to Melaka Sentral, the main station in Melaka (Cost: About RM 10.00). Buses from Puduraya to Melaka leave every 30 minutes, and the journey take about 1 1/2 Hours. If you travel to Melaka from 16th - 27th September 2009, make sure you book the ticket about 2-3 weeks earlier. This is due to the festive season and ticket to Melaka is hard to get during the period.

Travel Tips for Melaka

Unique Blend Of Cultures

by nutt03z

The pace of the Melaka city is very comfortable. Its so unlike the massive hussle and bustle of the KL city (whish is just 1 and a half hours away) but it is also not slow, undeveloped or neglected at the same time.

Besides that, people here are helpful and are always willing to give you a hand when you need it.

Visiting historical places in Melaka is not very difficult. Its mostly centered around one area.

Main Mode Of Transport : Taxis, Busses, Trishaws, Boat Excursions down the Melaka River, Rented Cars, Your Own Cars. My fondest memory of Melaka is my growing up days. Well i cant help it, I am from Melaka and i dont know what else could be my FONDEST memory ot this state :)

What i miss most when i am away from Melaka?
My Family, my house and of course my bed.

Tamil Catholic Church

by yuet29

Observed a very unique thing in Melaka but not very sure if my observation is correct. I found that a lot of indian in melaka are catholic. As I found some of them praying on st. Paul hill..and I took the picture on the right.. a picture that suprised me.. a tamil catholic church

Hidden Treasure

by urchinn

If you happen to be by the riverside opposite the Stadhuys around mid-afternoon or evening, you might notice a few people scavaging or rather "treasure hunting" around the murky riverbed.

Encik Othman has been "treasure seeking" for 39 years, going about his "work" at about the same time each day when the tide recedes. With an acute sense of vision sharpened by years of scouring the muddy banks, he smiles while letting on that he never fails to find an interesting item every day and very generously allows me to take a picture of his afternoon's haul.

He has found a myriad of coins, tin money and the odd bullet from the Chinese, Portugese and Dutch era, even "duit siput" which is money made of tin and resembling a conical seashell; all buried treasures which attest to the importance of Melaka as a main port of call during the 1500s.


by vieviengan about KLan the streetwear store

If you are into arts , designs ... you would find this shop very unique and interesting . If you come from other country you might want to get something local made , all you can get its from this store . All the shirts are design from the local designers in Malaysia .

They do have their own brand called (Tribe) . They design it , they print it and they sell it . You can actually get (Tribe) brand from other state in Malaysia but it will cost more then you buy from Melaka , because as I said (Tribe) its Melaka made . They actually have wholesale too . If you want to earn extra money then you might want to get some shirt back to your country and sell it to your friends . Of course their local shirts and product .

Fermented Shrimp Sauce - Cincaluk

by bpacker about Tan Kim Hock Seng Food Sdn Bhd

Are you a fan of Jerry Hopkins (The Chap who wrote Extreme Cuisine)? If you are, then I think you will take to this specialty from Melaka, Malaysia. Called Cincaluk, it's made from tiny shrimp left to rot in salt and rice for weeks on end till it turns a pinky brown colour. The smell, needless to say, stinks like cheese but it's helluva delicious! For us Peranankans ( Straits Born Chinese ) , no dish is ever complete with this stinky, salty shrimp sauce. Like the Thais with their ubiquitous fish sauce, we use it for practically everything, as a dip for barbequed fish, a sauce for beef noodles and even as seasoning for fried chicken. If you're keen, buy a bottle of the sauce from the famous Tan Kim Hock store in Melaka and try this simple but delicious recipe. Bon Appétit !

Bpacker's Cincaluk Chicken

1)A couple of chicken thighs
2)A salty marinade consisting of 1 tbsp sugar +2.5 tbsp cincaluk +1 tbsp lime juice
3)Herb seasoning consisting of 1 sliced onion+chopped garlic + 2 batttered stalks of lemon grass
4)2 tbsp olive oil
5) 1/2 tbsp dark soya sauce, for colour

->Chop the chicken thighs into bite-sized pieces and dunk them in the salty marinade for 15–20 minutes.

-> While your chicken marinades, heat the oil in a wok till it sizzles like enrique iglesias. Fry the herb mixture next. Add the marinated chicken next and fry until it's nice and fragrant . Add a little water and soya sauce and continue to fry until chicken is cooked. A bottle of rotten shrimp sauce cost about RM3 to 4 at Tan Kim Hock


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