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MELAKA MILLIONAIRES’ ROW

Malacca’s Millionaires’ Row Posted on June 7, 2013 – Featured, Property News. OUR STREET HERITAGE By M. Veera Pandiyan [email protected] Looking around: Tourists soaking in the sights in Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock. JONKER Street, or Jalan Hang Jebat, is possibly the most famous road in Malacca, thanks to Jonker Walk which attracts hordes of… Read More »

Hotel Heeren Inn

Malacca is a illusory end in Malaysia to only chill and relax for a few days. The city is good famous for a chronological center, listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within a chronological core travelers have plenty choice of simple guesthouses and affordable hotels. Outside a core we will find a some-more upscale hotels… Read More »

MALACCA STRIVES ON HER HISTORY

Originally published Monday, March 26, 2012 at 9:09 AM Malaysia’s Malacca thrives with historyThe hub of Malacca’s civic colonial sites is Dutch Square — also called Red Square because of the color of its buildings. By NAOMI LINDT The New York Times On the tranquil grounds of the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, Malaysia’s oldest Taoist… Read More »

DOWN MEMORY LANE IN MELAKA DURING MERDEKA

Wednesday August 31, 2011Walking down memory laneBy MICHAEL CHEANG Heritage enthusiasts Colin Goh and Josephine Chua are passionate about preserving the history of their beloved city. HIDDEN away in the shadow of a massive shopping complex in Malacca is an almost forgotten part of Malaysia’s history. It is a small mosaic-covered pyramid with a large… Read More »