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303, Jalan Gajah Berang, Melaka, Melaka State, 75200, Malaysia
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Hotels in Melaka

by TLCTLC

Hi all,

I'm new here and would like to ask if anyone stayed in Aldy Hotel and Hotel Puri? Which is better.

I've never book online before and not sure if it's safe to disclose my credit card's details. Anyone can recommend me a reliable website for hotel booking please?

Thanks in advance!

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by kentut_besar

Vanakam to you.

OK, I've stayed @ Aldy Hotel (near Stadhuys, not the one nearer to Chinatown, although I heard that one's good, too). They are a boutique hotel, so their rooms are small but cosy & well appointed. Their service response level, so far, has been rather good, so I usually try to stay with them whenever I'm in Malacca.

This link might be useful, if you want book direct with them:

http://www.aldyhotel.com.my/introduction.html

I've never stayed @ Hotel Puri, but I've visited friends staying there, & been rather impressed with the place. I've also used their "Puri Puri" Balinese spa & been rather impressed with their professionalism.

At the end of the day, its all up to you, both places come highly recommended, & have their loyal following of regular guests, for very good reasons.

Why not do what I did, i.e., stay @ Aldy Hotel, then use the spa @ Puri Puri, that way you get the best of both worlds.

Cheers.

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by TexasDave

I have stayed at Hotel Puri and have some comments on my Melaka page. The roms are basic, not luxurious, but were clean. The hotel staff are very nice and the included breakfast had a nice variety of Asian and Western foods.

If you are nervous about sending your CC # you can always send it in reverse order and then in a separate email explain that is what you did.

Re: Hotels in Melaka

by TLCTLC

Thanks for your help.

Travel Tips for Melaka

Maritime Museum

by black_mimi99

The museum is the model of a Portuguese galleon remind us of the ship “flora De La Mar”. It exhibits the maritime history of Malacca during seven eras: Malay Sultanate era, Portuguese era, the Dutch era, the British era, and the Malaysia independence era.

Flexible Taoism faith

by muddybok

Taoism faith on the other hand will be treated quite lightly by most Chinese community. It's mostly for the reasons of redeem personal guilt, seeking peace, seeking wealth & health.

Most people will visit temple during 1st or 15th of the lunar months or whenever there is a need for spiritual burden like those mentioned above.

Souvenir..

by luhweitze

There is a Orang Utans house at the area of the jonker walk. This shop sell all type of creative decoration's T-Shirt in reasonable price. If you dont feel like buying the T-shirt. then you can have a look with the paintings.

Orangutan t-shirt

by ukirsari about Orangutan Productions

The shop is so colorful. Drawing an orangutan and bright colors around. Fancy surrounded old Chinese houses along Jalan Hang Jebat. Unisex t-shirt. I like the sketches, the design and simple colors on it. Especially Malacca's theme. About RM15 - 30 per piece

A cafe with a vintage view of Jonker Street

by nutt03z about Geographic Café

Gracing the intersection of the narrow thoroughfares of Jonker Street and Jalan Hang Kasturi, this eye-catching café draws a regular crowd of wandering tourists and the trendy local set. The facade is painted deep green and bright yellow. The feel-good Day-Glo color scheme continues in the interiors over two levels. Rattan chairs, framed photographs and other mementoes impart a tropical and beachy ambiance that makes up a well-packaged dining and drinking experience. The menu lists an eclectic mix of dishes with a Western and contemporary bias. Besides soft drinks, hot and cold beverages, beer (local MYR5.50, imported MYR12) is also available. There is no dress code for this place.

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