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PAKEJ ASRAMA UNTUK PELAJAR DI INDAH KEMBARA MELAKA (LOKASI TENGAH BANDAR MELAKA – KLEBANG) UNTUK DISEWA BAGI ROMBONGAN PELAJAR SEKOLAH RENDAH, MENENGAH

Reception Counter INDAH Kembara
Kami mempunyai 2 buah asrama setiap satunya berkapasiti 16 – 18 orang berhawa dingin. Turut termasuk kapasiti apartment kami sebanyak 2 unit Apartment 3 Bilik, 6 unit Apartment 2 Bilik dan 2 unit Apartment Studio yang semuanya boleh mengisi maksimum kapasiti sehingga 3 buah bas (120 orang).  Kami juga mempunyai 5 unit Homestay di Bandar Melaka.
Lokasi INDAH Kembara berada di tengah Bandar Melaka dan sangat berdekatan dengan lokasi TOP-SPOT pelancongan dan tempat makan di Melaka.
Pusat Pelancongan:
# 5 minit ke Bandar Hilir dimana terletaknya Kota A Famosa, Bandar Hilir, Melaka River Cruise, Jonker Walk, Menara Taming Sari, Dataran Pahlawan, Mahkota Parade, Masjid Kg Hulu, Masjid Tengkera.
5 minit ke Melaka RIver Cruise

 

5 minit ke Muzium Kapal Selam, Dataran 1 Malaysia Klebang.
# 5 minit ke Klebang dimana terdapatya Muzium Kapal Selam, Pantai Klebang, Dataran 1 Malaysia
# 10 minit ke Pantai Puteri dan Makam Hang Tuah di Tanjung Kling
# 20 minit ke Ayer Keroh untuk ke Zoo Melaka, Melaka Wonderland, Mini Malaysia, Taman Botanikal dan sebagainya.
Tempat Makan terdekat:
Tidak sampai 2 minit ke Kuih Keria Antarabangsa Limbongan
# 2 minit ke McDonalds, Starbucks, Restoren Mamak Tasik Limbongan, Kuih Keria Antarabangsa, Asam Pedas Claypot 3, Medan Selera Limbongan, Restoren Cina Muslim Mukmin, Restoren Cina Muslim Shirlin Low, Restoren Tom Yam Dyana, Capati Mahmud (semuanya berhadapan dan bersebelahan sahaja), Mee Bodo Tengkera, Mee Sup Tengkera, Roti John Barkat,
# 5 minit ke Coconut Shake Klebang, Yong Tau Foo Pulau Gadong, Rahman Sup Pulau Gadong,
5 minit ke Coconut Shake Original Klebang
# 20 minit ke Ikan Bakar Muara Sungai Duyong dan Cristal Bay.
# 30 minit ke Medan Ikan Bakar Alai.
Asrama atau Hostel di INDAH Kembara
Pakej untuk penginapan bagi seorang pelajar;
Sekolah Rendah dari RM 19.50 hingga RM 25.00
Sekolah Menengah dari RM 20.50 hingga RM25.00
Institut Pengajian Tinggi (IPT) dari RM 22.50 hingga RM 30.00
 
Pakej Sarapan (packing) juga disediakan pada kadar RM 5.50 bagi setiap pelajar.
Rombongan Pelajar menginap di INDAH Kembara
HARGA BOLEH DIRUNDING!!!
Untuk maklumat lanjut sila hubung kami;
WHATSAPP / HOTLINE: 0132987378 (Hana)
Bagi penginapan keluarga untuk Apartment juga disediakan dengan harga yang berpatutan

Kami menyediakan 4 jenis penginapan yang selesa dan mesra untuk anda;

1. Apartment 3 Bilik (7- 10 orang) sebanyak 2 unit. dari RM 200 – RM 250++
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Apartment 3 Bilik INDAH Kembara
2. Apartment 2 Bilik (5-7 orang) – sebnayak 6 unit. dari RM 160 – RM 200++
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Apartment 2 Bilik INDAH Kembara
 
3. Apartment Studio (4-6 orang) – 2 unit dari RM 140 – RM 170++
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Apartment Studio INDAH Kembara
 
4. Homestay (7-10 orang) –  6 unit dari RM 180 – RM 320++
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Homestay Melaka Limbongan Permai
 
Sila hubungi Pn Hana melalui Whatsapp 013-2987378 untuk pertanyaan dan tempahan.
Email: [email protected] atau [email protected]
INDAH KEMBARA APARTMENT & HOSTEL MELAKA
Diuruskan oleh: World Heritage Management (MA0144454-P)
No 46, Jalan LJ 1, Taman Limbongan Jaya, 75200 Melaka
GAMBAR SISIPAN:
# Kumpulan Motosikal Vespa
  

# Kumpulan Pelajar IPT

# Pelajar IPT yang telah menginap di INDAH Kembara

PAKEJ ATURCARA LAWATAN KE MELAKA 2 HARI 1 MALAM

Kami menyediakan pakej lawatan bagi rombongan pelajar ke Melaka dengan pakej lawatan yang sangat menarik. Bermula jam 9 pagi di Ayer Keroh dan taklimat dari Pemandu Pelancong berkaitan Melaka akan diberikan. Selepas itu beberapa siri lawatan telah disusun dari pagi tersebut hinggalah ke lewat malam iaitu:

Setelah selesai semua, pelajar akan dibawa pulang berehat di tempat penginapan. Program pada hari esoknya selepas sarapan pagi adalah acara adalah bebas, namun begitu para pelajar boleh dibawa ke berjalan-jalan sekitar Melaka sehingga jam 12 tengahari untuk checkout dari tempat penginapan.

Terdapat pelbagai tempat lawatan yang menarik dan bersejarah di Melaka yang boleh dilawati. Antaranya:

Nilai Sejarah

  • Kampung Morten
  • Kampung Portugis
  • Makam Hang Tuah/Perigi Hang tuah
  • **Banda Hilir-Kota A’ Famosa, Bukit St Paul, Dutch Stadhuys (Bangunan Merah), Middleburg Bastion dan Pelbagai Muzium,
  • Masjid Tertua di Melaka & Malaysia-Masjid Kg Hulu (senireka Jawa dan Cina (dinasti ching)
Rekreasi
 a) Banda Hilir-*Malacca River Cruise (siang & mlm- Menaiki di banda hilir atau di Tmn Rempah), Menara Taming Sari (siang & mlm), Menara Jam, Menaiki Beca (siang & mlm), Duck Tour -mini bus bertukar kpd bot Ronda di sekitar banda hilir dan masuk  Selat Melaka(siang) , Coral Wonderland dan Jonker Walk (ptg-mlm)
 
b) Ayer Keroh-Zoo Melaka, Tmn Buaya, Tmn Rama2/Tmn Reptilia,Taman Seribu Bunga, Malacca Wonderland, Menaiki Kereta Lembu
 

* Melaka River Cruise

Siang-melihati kawasan Sungai Melaka yang indah,  Bandaraya Melaka dan bagunan-bangunan lama (terdapat lukisan dinding-mural di bangunan lama)

Malam-  laluannya sama, tetapi laluan di tepi Sungai Melaka dihiasi keindahan lampu pelbagai jenis dan warna.

– merentasi jambatan lama

– melihat kg melayu di tengah bandar Kg Morten-mini muzium, mini  tmn tema (Ferris Wheel, Pirate Ship dan Trampoline Bungee)

* Pantai terdekat ialah pantai puteri, tanjung kling

* Berjalan sekitar banda hilir, boleh singgah di Masjid selat (Masjid Terapung di Selat Melaka)

* A’ famosa Resort-Sblm exit tol Simpang Ampat Alor Gajah ( tmn tema air, safari dan cowboy town)

Secara ringkasnya, ini antara tempat-tempat yang boleh dipilih, untuk lebih terperinci boleh layari website Melaka Tourism. Untuk  mendapatkan maklumat selanjutnya mengenai deskripsi item secara terperinci, sila hubungi saya, pn hana di talian 013 2987378 . Sila berikan jawapan segera, untuk memudahkan urusan tempahan.

SESI PAGI;

MELAWAT KE KAWASAN PELANCONGAN AYER KEROH;

– ZOO MELAKA

– TAMAN RAMA-RAMA MELAKA

– TAMAN BUAYA MELAKA

– TAMAN MINI MALAYSIA

– TAMAN BOTANIKAL MELAKA

– TAMAN SERIBU BUNGA MELAKA

SESI PETANG;

MELAKA KE KAWASAN PELANCONGAN BANDAR HILIR;

– A FAMOSA

– MUZIUM KESULATANAN MELAKA

– MEMORIAL PERISYTIHARAN KEMERDEKAAN

– BUKIT ST PAUL

– MUZIUM SAMUDERA

SESI MALAM;

– MELAKA RIVER CRUISE

– MELAKA TAMING SARI

– PAHLAWAN WALK

– JONKER WALK

AKTIVITI TAMBAHAN;

– MAKAN IKAN BAKAR DI UMBAI ATAU MUARA SUNGAI DUYONG

– MUZIUM KAPAL SELAM DI KLEBANG

– BERSANTAI DI DATARAN 1 MALAYSIA DAN PANTAI KLEBANG

– BERKELAH DI PANTAI PUTERI

PUSAT MEMBELI BELAH

– PUSAT KRAFTANGAN WARISAN

– DATARAN PAHLAWAN

– MAHKOTA PARADE

Untuk tempahan dan pertanyaan lanjut sila hubungi kami:

World Heritage Management

No. 41-1, Jln Kristal 1, Taman Limbongan Indah, 75250 Melaka, Malaysia
WHATSAPP/HOTLINE:

013-2987378 (Ms Hana)

019-7257388 (Ms Hana)

Email:

The Borneo Jazz Festival Is Back

KUCHING – The Borneo Jazz Festival is back celebrating its 12th anniversary year from May 12 to 13 at ParkCity Everly in Miri.

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This year’s Festival features international Jazz names like Laila Biali from Canada, CaboCuba Jazz from the Netherlands and Delgres from Guadaloupe/France.

Laila was named the Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN) Composer of the Year and Keyboardist of the Year at Canada’s National Jazz Awards, while her album ‘Tracing Light’ was nominated for a JUNO award in ‘Best Vocal Jazz Album of the Year’ in 2011. Laila has since gone on to become an internationally acknowledged vocalist and pianist with words of praise from artists such as Sting who said “Laila is an exciting and unique talent, and I admire her greatly”.

CaboCuba Jazz has toured through various Jazz Festivals such as the Havana Jazz Festival in 2014 and Israel tour in 2016 and the lead singer Dina Medina was “Best Female Singer of Cape Verde 2012”. The band formed in the Netherlands but the members and their music is rooted in Cuba and Cape Verde melodies, creating a fast-paced subgenre that borders on adventurous.

Delgres from the Netherlands showcases traditional Blues with an afro-Caribbean accent from the days of Napoleon, which will take you from Louisiana to Guadeloupe and back.

Bands from Japan, South Africa, Italy, USA, Taiwan and countries from around the world will be performing at the Festival.

The Festival will be expanding its musical outreach programme, where aspiring musicians can learn the basics of Jazz Keyboard from professional musicians, by introducing additional classes for percussions.

The Festival includes night performances with sitting and dancing areas and a wide lawn for night picnics surrounded by arts, crafts and food stalls.
Early bird festival tickets are available now and more information can be found at www.jazzborneo.com.

Borneo Jazz is organised by Sarawak Tourism, endorsed by Tourism Malaysia and is jointly supported by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Sarawak and partnering with Malaysia Airlines as the official sponsor.

BJ2017 ©Pierre Danae

Image shows Delgres band’s album art. Photo Credit: ©Pierre Danae

BJ2017 laila-biali

Image shows Laila Biali, Jazz Pianist and Vocalist from Canada

Photo credit to Eric Van Nieuwland

Image CaboCuba Jazz, from the Netherlands. Photo credit to Eric Van Nieuwland.

 

Issued by:
Communications Unit
SARAWAK TOURISM
T: +6 082-423600  F: +6 082-416700
E: [email protected]

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Reasons why you should move to Malacca

Buying Property Malacca


Real estate has become among the top investments in the world today. Among the places to look out for are in Southeast Asia, where you can buy a house in Malaysia. Malacca is a quick fix to all those who love traveling since it has been described as a tourist destination. It provides an experience travelers cannot get anywhere else.

==Rich History==

The Malacca museums have been a tourist attraction site for the longest time. They vary from Peranakan heritage to colonial and unique museums. A close look at the archives gives visitors a unique opportunity to learn about the Malacca history as well as enjoy the sites the museums have to offer. Apart from the history and the sites, one can also look at the extensive collections of artifacts lined up at the Aborigines, Maritime, Kite, Baba Nyonya, Straits Chinese Jewellery, Malaysia Prison, Heritage, People’s, Toy and the Submarine Museum, all in Malacca.

Other than enjoying the beautiful sites, Malacca is about sharing the Malaysia history. Malacca, described as the home of historical heritage, has played a vital role in the Malaysia history in that it was the first entry point for colonialists during the old war and has been listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Among the primary historical sites are the Peranakan and the colonial heritage sites.


A variety of places worth exploring is the Christ Church Melaka, Famosa Fort, and St Peter’s Church, built in 1710 by Portuguese Catholics, Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, the Dutch Square, Queen Victoria Memorial Fountain, The Stadthuys and St Paul’s Hills.

St Peter’s Church is the oldest in the country and was completed during the Dutch administration. Old as it may be, services are still conducted in the church halls. A bell at St Peter’s is evidence it was built in the 17th century as well as a Christ alabaster statue.

Other historical buildings in Malacca include the Syed Al Attas Mansion, which reminds one of the Malacca Muslim rules. It is reflective of the Muslim lifestyle as practiced during that era.

==Chinatown Street in Malacca==

There are other places worth visiting in Malacca, such as the Jonker Street. It may be equated to the Chinatown Street, also called by locals ‘Jalan Jang Hebat’. What stands out at Jonker is the Malacca River, which makes the scene even more vibrant. The Heeren Street near Jonker Street has been listed among the top must-see destinations in Malacca.

Visitors are mostly attracted by the buildings that have today been transformed into old joints and famous restaurants. These are places that were once occupied by rich Malacca families and was therefore referred to as the Millionaires’ Row. The street that was once only covered by the rich is now open for everyone, rich or not.

The street is full of shop houses on either side, which gives travelers a feel of the 17th Century. The shop houses are sometimes used as textile shops, food courts, souvenir outlets and antique kiosks. During the weekends, visitors are encouraged to taste the local food and join the bargain battle with the vendors out to make profits against the visitors’ wishes to fetch the lowest prices.

==Affordable Hotel with Quality Service==

Your visit will not be memorable (for all the right reasons) if your stay is almost uncomfortable. Ensure you book the best Malacca hotel that exhibits the classic themes of the region. Such hotels are readily available, and the cost varies from low-budget to high-profile expenses. They include Casa del Rio Melaka and The Majestic Malacca in the high-end category.

The budget options are such as Layang-Layang Guest House, Gingerflower Boutique Hotel, Hotel Da Som Inn and Imperial Heritage Melaka. The hotels are keen on keeping a good reputation seeing as the business depends on word on the street from the travelers.

What is more attractive about Malacca is the people and their rich ethnicity. The communities have blended into one rich culture full of diversity. Visitors are welcome to be part of the diversification and live in peaceful co-existence with the Malacca people. The river cuts through Malacca to the Malacca Straits. There are motorboats in the river that give an opportunity for sightseeing.

The Malacca River Cruise, for instance, lasts about 45 minutes, giving riders the chance to take in all the fantastic views Malacca has to offer, at a fee of RM10 for adults and RM5 for children, especially holders of Mycard. For foreigners, the charges will attract an additional RM5. Visitors need not worry about missing the cruise as it is open from 9am-12am. The night cruise is far more enjoyable because of the riverside punctuated by the lights.

==Preferred Destination For Foodies==

Malacca is not only about the history and the buildings, but it is also about quality food served in top-notch restaurants. Located on Jonker Street, Nancy’s Kitchen offers the delicious Nyonya cuisine. The interior design has a feel of a home or the familiar neighborhood that reminds you of your kitchen. It is mostly preferred because it serves hot dishes. The only problem is that the food is not Halal, which means Muslims are locked out.

The other restaurant worth exploring is the Capitol, which is not only affordable but also ranked among the best in Malacca. This explains why it is always flooded with customers. There is a variety of almost 80 vegetables and seafood dishes, which explains the long queues that are a constant feature of Capitol.

Meanwhile, The Baboon House keeps visitors enjoying their food while sitting in an open courtyard. This arrangement takes advantage of the vast space that is brought to life by the modern furniture. What makes it feel more at home is the presence of the owner’s cat and dog. Baboon House serves American dishes.

==The Malacca Nightlife==

Malacca’s GoGo KTV Lounge is famous because of its jetty shape. It is located between Mahkota Melaka and the Holiday Inn Melaka. Although it is small, it has a variety of punch flavors that are bound to keep guests entertained, if not the punch, then the number of TV on the walls will.

Related Article: Top 20 things to do in Malacca

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