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Best Restaurants to try Western Food in Melaka

Here in Melaka we tasted food at different points from various stalls and that was really the best food in Melaka due to being economical with an excellent taste. It has been observed since past that western food in Melaka was said to be one of the expensive eatables because of its quality concerns. Therefore, in the olden days western restaurants were still being impeccably famous and the lists of those restaurants are mentioned as:

One of the western restaurants i.e. Restoran Kim Swee Huat prepares packed food for tourists and passersby of which mainly were porridge and muesli breakfast. We used to easily grab the huge list of delicious drinks and desserts at Tai Chong Hygienic Ice Café situated at JI. Bunga Raya.

A cozy restaurant here that serves their customers with economical steak and lamb chops in Majestic Hotel in JI Bunga Raya. Taberna Falal was built in front of the Straits Heritage Hotel was functioning by a Portuguese food that specifically sells real Portuguese food and wines.

Summerfield’s Coffee shop in the Ramada Renaissance Hotel at JI Bendahara Caper’s Restaurant located towards the Mediterranean side of the Ramada Renaissance Hotel.

Whereas, in current days if you visit Melaka you will generally find the original western taste as it was among golden periods of time which relatively depicts Melaka’s beauty as an ancient state. The food in Melaka is not only popular in the city but also in the whole Malaysia. Thus, food is one of the tourist attraction in the city for tourists.

Western Food in Melaka

The list of restaurants licensed as best in 2015; serving western food in Melaka is as follows:

Olio Italian Restaurant

Olio Italian Restaurant Melaka

Olio Italian Restaurant can be easily traced in Ramada Plaza Melaka possessing a European style environment being presented with the delicious Italian food items. The most enjoyable and attractive part of this restaurant is its environment of which this restaurant gains highest points among other Melaka restaurants. Its food specialties are termed as variety of seafood including fish items provided with plenty of colorful fruits and vegetables indulged with myriad amalgamation of spices.

Address: Ramada Plaza Melaka, Jalan Bendahara, 75100 Malacca, Malaysia
Phone: +60 6-284 8888

Bamboo Hut Bistro

Bamboo Hut Bistro Melaka

The Bamboo Hut Bistro serves both western and local foods, and it is relatively famous for providing delicious western food in Melaka. Thus, far from being enriching their customers with delicious food items it is someway located on the vivid ancient site which in turn attracts myriad tourists. Such as, the number of tourists served here is almost half and half of them are locals because customers not only visit for enjoying food but also come to enjoy the ancient scenery. For instance, specialty of Italian food is Funghi Trifolati with sautéed mushrooms on crostini; a simple truffle with an intense aromatic gravy served with toast.

Address: 27, Jalan Kota, 75000 Melaka, Malaysia
Phone: +60 6-282 9282
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The Baboon House

The Baboon House Melaka

The Baboon House built on the historic Jonker Street in Melaka engulfed with an American style food. As far as the name of the restaurant is considered; the environment here is like we are enjoying food in a real jungle that’s why it possesses the highest rating and said to be top most of 2015 restaurants.

Address: Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, 75200 China Town, Melaka, Malaysia
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Melaka Heritage Food Street

Melaka Heritate Food Street

Melaka’s Heritage Food Street with numerous food stalls can be found as you visit Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall for shopping. All type of food are available here western and local both in economical rates i.e. especially created for students, travellers, tourists and many others can simultaneously enjoy food here when carrying less money in their pockets.

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Eleven Bistro Eleven Bistro Restaurant

Eleven Bistro  Restaurant Melaka

Eleven Bistro Eleven Bistro Restaurant is specialized in providing food mostly for evening and night walkers because of its attractive attributes being mostly enhanced in evenings and nights here in Melaka. The type of food being served is a mixture of various ingredients with the originality of Portuguese ingredients. For instance, if we try food by enjoying the lightings we will definitely be unable to identify its basic ingredient.

Address: 11,Jalan Hang Lekir, 75200 Malacca Town, Melaka, 75200 Malacca, Malaysia
Phone: +60 6-282 0011
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These are some of the restaurants that offer best western food in Melaka. If you have experienced above mentioned western restaurants in Melaka or would like to recommend one, please do so by adding comments below.

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A Pit Stop for Motorsports Fans

Motorsports fans can now make a pit stop for some rest and relaxation at Hype Motorsports Hotel Nilai, the first ever motorsports hotel concept in the world!

The hotel is located merely 15 minutes away from Malaysia’s heart of racing, the Sepang International Circuit and the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), providing easy access for guests who are always on the go.

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It has 75 motorsports-themed bedrooms for you to choose from, each complete with motorsports-inspired décor. Some rooms are themed around legends like Michael Schumacher and Valentino Rossi – so if you’re a die-hard fan of these racing celebrities, you can enjoy a good slumber with them in these rooms.

Unique interior decoration such as a mirror made of motorcycle tyres and a bucket seat chair — usually found in sport cars — at the desk in your hotel room are some of the thoughtful touches that pander to your love for racing!

And keeping the motorsport theme in mind, the hotel gives you access to motorsports satellite channels on your television so you wouldn’t miss any racing action from around the world.

For a small hotel, it does well in providing some nice standard facilities usually found in bigger properties – you’ll find an outdoor garden bar and a wading pool on the rooftop, perfect for private parties or those of you who are looking to drink in the sights of the beautiful sky. They’ll even throw in a free bike or car wash for some lucky guests!

At the Paddock Club, guests can enjoy delicious food cooked up by the hotel’s excellent chef. And not to worry, the café can be converted into an entertainment outlet if you are looking to hang out with your friends and family.

Motorsports fans can browse through the Motorsports Showroom near the lobby lounge to get a look at a selection of superbikes from some of the most recognisable brands in the industry. There is even the Pit Stop, a merchandise outlet where guests can pick up some basic riding and driving gears along with other motorsports-related souvenirs.

Though Hype Motorsports Hotel Nilai is technically located in Negeri Sembilan, it’s still well-connected to the heart of Kuala Lumpur city via the well-paved highways. Those into shopping can drive down to Mitsui Outlet Park and Nilai 3 – where you can get branded goods at the former and wholesale items at the latter. The Kuala Lumpur International Airport and sister KLIA2 for low-cost carrier flights, are also nearby. In fact, Putrajaya the administrative capital of Malaysia is merely a 20-minute drive away, where you can admire the beautiful architecture of government buildings and bridges, take in the greenery of the various parks, enjoy a spot of birdwatching at its wetlands, or simply reflect by the lakeside.

For more information, please visit www.hypenilai.com

 

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Golfing in Malaysia

Malaysia, two-time winner of World Golf Awards for Asia’s Best Golf Destination, has become a favourite getaway among golfers lately. With the appealing combination of great weather, delicious food, exotic culture, natural attractions, value-for-money shopping and modern fairways, it’s easy to see why more golfers are not just lugging their golf bags onto airplanes, but their families as well, for the trip.

But with almost 160 top golf courses in the country to choose from for international play – many of which are award-winning – how does one choose?

Here’s our top five picks of great golfing holidays for everyone in the family.

 

LANGKAWI

A holiday in Langkawi Island conjures images of a tropical sun, white, sandy beaches, swaying coconut trees and the beautiful blue Andaman sea stretched out as far as the eye can see. If beach-side lazing is not your thing, then glide down the island’s mangrove rivers to see the gorgeous limestone landscapes of this UNESCO geopark or trek deep into its mountainous jungles to experience nature at its best. (naturallylangkawi.my)

Best golfing: The award-winning Els Club Teluk Datai, nestled between the Andaman sea and the lush mountains of Langkawi island, features an amazing 18-hole challenge designed by South African legend Ernie Els.

 

GEORGE TOWN, PENANG

This UNESCO Heritage City is brimming with so much life and activity, no visitor will have time to get bored. From a walking tour of its street art to admiring the architectural beauty of its colonial past to sampling local food along with the locals, there’s simply so much to do. Families will especially love its variety of historic and contemporary museums, the ride up to the top of Penang Hill, a city ride on the three-wheeled trishaw and a leisurely stroll in its many gardens. (mypenang.gov.my)

Best golfing: Stay on the island for a round of golf at Penang Golf Club where you will tee off from as high as a hundred metres above the greens and fairways, or cross the iconic Penang Bridge to the mainland’s Bukit Jawi Golf Resort to experience a thrilling game by the lake.

 

KUALA LUMPUR

Voted as one of the world’s best shopping destinations and magnificent cities to visit, Kuala Lumpur is a must-stop on any itinerary to Malaysia. It’s a shopping paradise alright with designer goods going for less due to the currency exchange rate. The best IT gadgets, shoes, fashion and knick knacks are also here to bargain over at the many shopping malls, pop-up bazaars and night markets. (visitkl.gov.my)

Tip: Purchase a Hop On Hop Off pass for the entire family to explore over 50 major sights and attractions in the city so you don’t miss iconic stops such as the Petronas Twin Towers, the Lake Gardens, Independence Square and Bintang Walk. (myhoponhopoff.com)

Best golfing: Tournament Players Club (formerly known as KL Golf Country Club), designed by Australian architect Ted Parslow, is the site of numerous high-profile tournaments, serving up a challenge to golfers with its length, water hazards and sculptured bunkering.

 

KOTA KINABALU, SABAH

Adventure awaits in this Borneo paradise and visitors can take their pick from gentle explorations of the sea world – snorkeling and guided scuba walks at the easily accessible island marine park – to an exhilarating climb up Mount Kinabalu either by trekking through its jungle to the peak or clinging on to its granite surface on the via ferrata walk. (sabahtourism.com).

Best golfing: Play at the Jack Nicklaus-designed Borneo Golf Resort and you’ll have to battle with the ocean winds and the beauty of this seaside location to focus on your game. Alternatively, take your game to the wetlands and tee off at Dalit Bay Golf Country Club, bordered by the Tambalang and Mengkabong rivers.

 

KUCHING, SARAWAK

The word “Kuching” is Malaysian for cat, but it is the orangutan that has attracted many to this Borneo state, specifically to the rehabilitation centres of this beloved great ape. Other natural attractions easily accessible from Kuching city – Bako National Park, the wetlands of Sibu Laut and Salak rivers and the Bau limestone caves – will keep the family firmly occupied. (sarawaktourism.com)

Best golfing: Enjoy a round of golf in the shadows of the Santubong Mountain where Arnold Palmer has designed a fantastic course around rocky outcrops, ponds, mangrove forests and the South China Sea.

 

For more information on Malaysia’s golf courses, visit playmalaysiagolf.com or malaysia.travel.

 

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Kaya Kaya Cafe

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Kaya Kaya Cafe
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Quiet and qwaint cafe. Very cosy and great mellow ambience with good choice of slow music from jazz to oldies. Has a rustic and post indistrialise feel. Delicious food coupled with friendly staff. Highly recommeded and value for money.

A homely cafe that serves authentic real food, as oppose to other commercialized western food. Only flaw was waiting time. Food/drinks took quite a while to arrive.

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Sid’s Pub

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Very good and relaxing pub with the best live band performance that lighten up the environment. The price is affordable with friendly staff with nice and delicious food variety.

Great location with a lovely view along the river. The owner is very welcoming and the staff were attentive and helpful.

A shame there was no pork pie but the Scotch egg was delicious! Sid has created an authentic British pub ambience in the heart of this cosmopolitan town.

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