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You’re read it right. Having a Melaka trip just for food would give a thought of repeating the food itself for good sake. In fact, the foods are too many to be cover in one trip. Let’s stretch to a few trips plan separately.
Half-Day Makan-Makan Trip at Melaka
Our day started from the night itself where we were traveling from Seremban after a wedding dinner to Melaka for an overnight stay. Late check-in was a trouble when we’re not able to find the exact place where we booked our stay, the freaking Al-Banjari Heritage Guest House.
It’s obviously cheap to overnight at cost of RM20 per person only! Of course the quality is what you paid for. I called the owner to pick up us from the street and he came out to bring us to the guest house and hence the check-in process done with a room key to us. Good service for real, but low quality stay if you choosy.
As it was too late, around 1am, we quickly settled most our stuffs and sleeps immediately.
If you wonder how was the palace of Sultan Melaka look like, Melaka Sultanate Palace is the right place to visit. It’s not the real palace but a replica that located at the foot of St Paul’s Hill. According to the historical documents, the palace was built during Sultan Mansur Syah’s era, who ruled from 1456 – 1477.
The Forbidden Garden Of The Palace Of The Malay Sultanate Of Melaka
22 August 2009
The entrance to the palace is rather easy and just nearby A Famosa Fort. The fees is just RM2 for adult and RM0.50 for child. We were given a plastic bag for our shoes to be carry on when enter into palace.