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Tanjung Mee Goreng @ Tanjung Kling

Kampung area during Tanjung Kling, frequency to hunt any of Chinese koptiam, though there have one famous with Tanjung Mee Goreng and also a usually Chinese normal coffee emporium where upheld by many of a locals, named Heng Heng Hailam Kopitiam.
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Well, here is a ‘famous’ among locals, a Tanjung Mee Goreng, where is no opposite with an typical sharp Mee Goreng, with cucumber, some onions and also a immature lemon.
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Actually, there are stealing Prawn inside a Tanjung Mee Goreng, a ambience for Tanjung Mee Goreng maybe is not illusory or to be surprise, though a a internal ambience of Mee Goreng, sometimes, reduction is more.
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Heng Heng Hailam Kopitiam (Tanjung Mee Goreng)
Address : No. 2534-C, Tanjung Kling, 76400 Melaka.
Business hour : 7am – 4pm
GPS coordinates : N2.217933, E102.160243

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MELAKA PLANS YACHTING HUB

YACHTING HUB: State plans to build marinas to attract 20pc of seafarers who pass by straits every year

MALACCA: THE Malacca government is hoping to attract 20 per cent of more than 3,000 yachts passing through the Straits of Malacca each year with the construction of marinas along the coasts of Klebang and Tanjung Kling.

The building of the marinas would be a private sector initiative with the support of the state government in terms of land, basic infrastructure and policies.

Chief Minister Datuk Idris Haron said the state, once a famed port of call for sailors from all corners of the world, had the potential to see its glorious past resurrected.

“I was told that at least 3,000 yachts pass through the Straits of Malacca annually and if we can get 500 of them to stop here, it would not only boost tourism but also create an economic spin off for the local economy.

“The sailors travelling in their own yachts are in a league of their own and they will definitely contribute to our economy.

“With the marinas, we would also provide services such as maintenance for their vessels, medical attention, food and beverages and also other facilities to attract them,” he said after launching two new Catamarans, a 50-footer and a 33-footer, built by local boat manufacturer, Boat Explorer Sdn Bhd, at the Seafarer Restaurant in Klebang here yesterday.

Idris said Klebang and Tanjung Kling could be the next “Gold Coast” in southeast Asia.

“In Malacca, there are many areas which could be turned into marinas but we have to be selective and make it happen. Just look at Sungai Melaka, once an eyesore, it is now the most visited tourist attraction in the state.

“However, before implementing the marina projects, we have to conduct a proper study.”

Asked if the new state administration had any plans to salvage sunken treasures believed to lie off the coast of Malacca, Idris said no proper and credible research had been done on the possible locations.

“If there are pictures of these treasures and proper research done on the vessels, then we do not mind embarking on an exploration to look for them.”

Idris also thanked Boat Explorer, a branded recreational boat builder, for helping to promote the state among its customers.

Read more: CM: Malacca can be the next Gold Coast – General – New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/nation/general/cm-malacca-can-be-the-next-gold-coast-1.298497#ixzz2W1RBkIvC

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KAMPUNG HAILAM IN MELAKA

The Hainanese Village of Melaka

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The Hainanese people started to emigrate to Melaka about a century ago. Photo courtesy: Guang Ming Daily
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Translated by WINNIE CHOOI
Guang Ming Daily

MELAKA — A translucent sunlight makes a perfect timing to explore Hang Tuah’s tomb with a wonderful setting of azure sea and blue sky. A complete journey should be accompanied with a search of the Qiongzhou accent omnipresent in the Hainanese Village as well as the unmistakable Hakka Dongjiang cuisine.

Tanjung Kling

Melaka is such a casual and romantic place where the beach could be reached within 30 minutes. One of the popular beaches in Melaka, Tanjung Kling is also the final resting place of national hero Hang Tuah.

Tanjung Kling is located about 10km northwest of the historic city. Along the road are rows of shophouses erected on reclaimed land with the coastline beyond. The beach is easily accessible with a short 10-minute drive from town. Its serene ambience makes it a perfect venue for leisure and recreational activities.

Kampung Hailam

Half way towards Tanjung Kling from the city centre, along the small road leading to Pantai Kundor is a milestone standing next to a shabby Malay shop house marking the entrance to “Hainanese Village, where environment is our common responsibility.”

Walking into the alley and not far away lies the sea followed by a few houses at one corner. Some 95% of residents living in the 9-acre Kampung Hailam are Hainanese, with only three Hokkien households.

During the West Han dynasty of China, the Hainanese people began emigrating to Southeast Asia. The Hainanese people started to come to Melaka about a hundred years ago. They came together to form a tiny fishing village rich in the Hainanese culture.

Fishing and cooking

There are about 50 households in the Hainanese Village leading a typically laid-back lifestyle in a strongly bonded society. However, due to the lack of development, most young villagers have moved to the city to make a living.

According to older villagers, their livelihood was mostly dependent on fishing during the colonial days. Many families here boil and dry the salt in their own compounds and almost every vacant plot of land in the village has been turned into salt fields. As fishing is the most primitive skills of the Hainanese people, many villagers have started to make fishing their main source of livelihood.

Records show that during the colonial days back in the 1950s, villagers quit fishing because of inconsistent income and became domestic helps for senior British officers in order to earn more lucrative incomes. In addition, the Hainanese were also known for their cooking skills and almost every Hainanese family has produced at least a chef serving at major restaurants worldwide.

Cherishing freedom

83-year-old villager Lin Jin Luan told Guang Ming Daily she had been living in the Hainanese Village for more than six decades ever since she was married to her husband and relocated here. She said majority of the fishermen in the village used to be Chinese but now there are more and more fishermen from other races.

Having grown accustomed to life by the sea, Lin said she would have problem adapting to the new life if she were to move away from the beach.

“How would you like to live in the city?” When confronted by the question from the Guang Ming Daily reporter, Lin replied, “Urban people lock themselves in the concrete cages; city living is not my cup of tea.

“I would never want to move into a bungalow even if I become rich one day. I would prefer to live by the beach and stare at the open sea.”

Lin’s daughter Yan Yu Zhuan, a maths teacher in the nearby SMK Bukit Rambai, chooses to remain in the tiny fishing village, unlike her contemporaries.

“If possible, I would like to continue living in the village.”

He Ping Hakka Restaurant

Hakka dishes are also known as Dongjiang dishes. Traditional Hakka food is characterised by its heavy taste and is somewhat salty, spiced and fatty. The saltiness is to prolong the preservation period of the food while fat provides the energy for Hakka people who used to be engaged in manual works, while spicy food stimulates the taste buds.

Located at Pantai Kundor about 10 minutes from Tanjung Kling and the Hainanese Village, the restaurant has been in operation for 15 years now. Among the Hakka specialties served are the abacus yam balls, pork with preserved vegetables, steamed duck and stewed bean curd.

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Kampung Hailam is also near to the Malacca Club Rotunda which is Malacca’s oldest club which was founded in 1890. Melaka Sailing Club used to be located near Kampung Hailam during the 1970s. Unfortunately, the sailing club is non-existent now.

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Melaka


Plan during slightest dual days in Melaka, There’s so many to see and do in Melaka, good food everywhere, copiousness of choices of accommodation – glorious good confirmed hotels, boutique hotels and inexpensive hostels located in a heart of bustling Melaka town, one can also find lush and gentle resorts along a beaches of Tanjung Kling, Pulau Besar and Tanjung Bidara divided from a dispatch and bustle. Here are some Melaka itineraries …

Melaka Fun Map
Here are maps of Melaka. The easiest approach to strech Melaka is unequivocally by automobile or demonstrate buses. Here’s how to strech Melaka from Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Singapore.

The UNESCO Historic core of Melaka is compact, and many attractions if not within walking stretch of any other are during slightest within an easy trishaw or cab ride. The trishaw will take we by streets and corners of Melaka that we could simply skip out if we confirm to try on your own. Wander aimlessly by a famous Jonker Street and make small discoveries of your own.

Eating is roughly deliberate a inhabitant entertainment in Malaysia, Nyonya food, a multiple of Chinese and Malay delicacies is singular here in Melaka with a far-reaching accumulation of choices.

You can see Melaka’s tip sights in a rush on an overnight stay, though you’ll need during slightest dual days to do them justice, and 3 or 4 days to unequivocally get a clarity of a aberration of Melaka. In a week, we can get a good demeanour during many of what Melaka has to offer.

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Homestay Melaka Taman Limbongan Permai, Lorong Pandan, Limbongan Melaka, MALAYSIA

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– Meja makan 4 tempat duduk

– kemudahan ruang dapur untuk memasak, periuk nasi dan cerek air panas

– Mesin basuh

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– Ruang parkir boleh memuatkan 3 buah kereta.

 

LOKASI
–  bertempat di Taman Limbongan Permai, sangat mudah dikunjungi
– 2 km dari pusat bandar Melaka
– 10 minit dari Melaka Sentral
– 15 minit ke Jonker Steet dsn ‘Core Zone’ tapak – warisan dunia
– 10 minit ke Mahkota Parade, Dataran Pahlawan dan Menara Taming Sari
– 10 Minit ke Pusat Hiburan di Melaka Raya

– 10 minit dari Dataran 1 Malaysia, Klebang

– 15 minit ke Pantai Puteri, Tanjung Kling, Melaka

 

 

KADAR HARGA

– Hari Biasa (Ahad hingga Khamis) = RM 250.00

– Hujung Minggu (Jumaat & Sabtu), Cuti Umum dan Cuti Sekolah = RM280.00

 

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