Malacca trip

Before Merdeka day, I visited Malacca,the historical place.Emperor hotel is the place for stay for two days.
I love the lobby,it has the old school feel,with the display of several clocks represents time at different zones of several cities
Check in was pretty fast,no deposit ,instead one time payment required.
13th floor,where my room, is located at,here's how my room looks
A small fridge,a small table provided near the window

And a TV too



the view of the hotel from the pool


This is the view of the cafe of the hotel,

breakfast of the day,Asian flavour,I went for omelette ,some fruits and also enjoying few other items from the buffet selection


the entrance of the hotel
Emperor Hotel becomes the selection because it is within walking distance to Jonker Street.We checked in the afternoon and went wondering the street

the must place to visit







The next morning,my father drove us to town.We passed by these several places






The Hang Li Po well


While heading back to Seremban, Klebang coconut shake is the pit stop to quench thirst.

Here's a tip to find Klebang coconut , passing by this greenery area,that takes another 20  minutes to reach the actual place



fritters

nasi lemak 

the must try coconut shake topped with a scoop of ice cream,RM2.70

3pcs of 'kuih' at RM 1

Apparently,I also visited Malacca's oldest ,ancient temple
At Cheng Hoon Teng,situated at Jalan Tokong,opens till late evening ,around 6p.m

#Food hunting pit stop 1

chicken rice ball

#Food Hunting pit stop 2
There's a hawker centre,which is within walking distance from Casa del Rio 


a bowl of nyonya laksa where I had at this food court ,creamy soup and enormous portion of cockles

Last but not least,I would like to end my post with this unforgettable mural art
Can u lend me 30 bucks?
Overall,i love staying at Emperor Hotel,as it provides clean room and spacious.


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