Sunny's Inn

270 AB Taman Melaka Raya, Melaka, Melaka State, 75000, Malaysia
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Bridges over Melaka River, Melaka MalaysiaBridges over Melaka River, Melaka Malaysia

St. Paul's ChurchSt. Paul's Church

Lovely british colonial structureLovely british colonial structure

the menara taming sari building...the menara taming sari building...

Forum Posts

Must-Try places to eat in Melaka

by kayko2000

Going there for the first time (from Taiwan)... are there any MUST-TRY places to eat? Or any specific types of food I should try if I see them?

Thanks,
Kevin

Re: Must-Try places to eat in Melaka

by stimix

Must try food in Melaka:

1) Chung Wah Hainanese chicken rice ball (opposite stadhuy & the bridge)
2) Capitol Satay Celup (Lok-lok in KL) (Not far from the dutch & british graveyard)
3) Jonker 88 Maritime museum cum cafe..Must try their Assam Laksa, Nyonya laksa & Cendol
4) Malay Satay...not sure which one is good.
5) Nasi lemak (Malay's coconut cream rice)
6) Roti Canai/Phrata (Any Indian Muslim restaurant

Re: Must-Try places to eat in Melaka

by muratkorman

Chicken rice ball and celob satay are 2 signature dishes of Melaka. Check my restaurant tips for details. Enjoy the food :)

Re: Must-Try places to eat in Melaka

by SLLiew

Besides mentioned above, I enjoyed the Nonya restaurants - like Salted Vegetable Duck Soup and other other Nonya dishes with rice.

Re: Must-Try places to eat in Melaka

by kayko2000

All sounds very tasty. Thanks!

Travel Tips for Melaka

Palafittes on Melaka river

by dabuwan

Melaka river is the real heart of Melaka and the pile-dwellings on its shores are very picturesque.
Some of them are just private houses, others are bars and restaurants.
The onky drawback: mosquitoes and the bad smell of the river water.

Hungry Ghosts Festival

by martin_nl

There is a big Chinese population in present day Malaysia. And the Hungry Ghosts Festival is one of their festivities. In the month of August, which in the Chinese Lunar Calendar is the seventh month of the year, the Chinese believe that the gates of hell will be open. The dead souls (the Hungry Ghosts) will be released and roam the streets of the living in this month. There are huge festivities in Melaka, but also in other parts of Malaysia, like Penang. The biggest festivities are usually around the 14th and 15th of August.

While I was walking the streets in Melaka I saw a man sitting and he was creating something with wooden sticks. I asked what it was for and he explained to me. I was allowed to take a look around the place where many things were set up for the festival. His English wasn't so good, but I understood some parts of what the festival was about. He told me the festival was already nearing it's end. But it was great to see all the things they make.

If you want to read more, I suggest you take a look at the information you can find by clicking the link.

Unique Architecture

by ngcsc

If you interested in architecture, you should take a look of the Melaka Mosque.

It is very different from the other mosque in Malaysia and even other parts of the world which has a round dome.

Some says this is the influence from the Hindu architecture style in the old time.

Asahan, Melaka

by muddybok

Not many people know this place except the locals. This is one of the mountain climbing paths for Gunung Ledang (Ophir) accessible from Asahan Melaka.

The trail was described to be quite tough & mostly ascend using roots & mostly muddy track.

The picture show the dam of Asahan & further in, you may find some nice waterfall mostly frequented by locals.

Buying Fresh Honey from a Bee Farm

by bpacker about Soon Lee B-B Town

Even if buying honey is not high on you list of priorities, it's still worth popping by this quirky 'bee museum' as it's the only one in Malaysia. Other than buying honey, you can see how bees get artificially inseminated like cows.. Go for the king of all their honey - "propolis honey" as it supposedly contains lots of antibacterial goodies. Propolis is actually the bee glue used to line their little insect jail cells. Honestly speaking, all good quality honey is not cheap. Expect to pay about RM30 for a bottle of those golden elixirs. Fret not if you don't have the cash, those enterprising fellow accept visas.

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