Beruang Hill can be considered a budget destination. But the hotel is unique based on the existing building itself, once an apartment. So the Ramadan Buffet dinner at Beruang Hill also can be considered a budget.
Price at RM25.00 nett for adult and RM18.00 nett for children. Duration from 3rd August to 27th August 2011. All local menu with strong taste of spices.
Lot 91, Seksyen 1, Bukit Beruang Heights
Jalan Bukit Beruang
Hang Tuah Jaya
Tel : +606233 2231
Fax : +606233 2235
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Again Cafe Botanikal doing their Berbuka Puasa ala Kampung for 2011. Price at RM32 for adult and RM20 for children. This year they got another spot for private function rather than at their usual place. You can choose Melaka Wonderland Wave Pool Side or at Villa Istana Pool Side. Just read the brochure:
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When I read at wikipedia, actually the word steamboat is famous in Malaysia and Singapore. World known it as hot pot. Although this type of cooking originated from China or Mongolia thousand years ago (says wikipedia here). Steamboat is common food for Malaysian. We have another steamboat version that can easily be found in every pasar malam.The version of it called Yong Tau Fu. Of course steamboat cooked by Malay in pasar malam have adopted the Malay style spices resulting spicy,chili hot and a bit salty soup.
A Malay yong tau foo stall, pic from julia flickr.
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I’m highlighting this place because while I’m browsing the TripAdvisor on Melaka, Roof Top Guest House scores high above average. Rating from very good to excellent.
Well, the customer review says it all – warm welcomed, comfy and clean, fresh food and all the customer agreed with the super friendly owner.
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Rumah Penghulu Abdul Ghani was once a house for the Official District Head (Chieftain) in Melaka. This artistic antique is only one in Malaysia. Read about about the conservation here.
Leaves of the Same Tree: Trade and Ethnicity in the Straits of Melaka
All Malays will have at least 1 batik at their home. Malaysian automatically will understand that Batik is a local culture. Both men and women have their own form of batik. The Government servant have their batik culture in Wednesday. Now we got many boutique that offer contemporary batik fashion that suits all ages and races.
So we understand batik is a fabric and use as our clothing. How many of us praise batik as an art and put it on the wall like other paintings?
Not just sells the batik art, you also can Learn the art at GM Choo batik classes.
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I have not yet have the chance to go to this Coral Wonderland. Located at level 4 Dataran Pahlawan Megamall Melaka. It is said that this is the:-
-1st Coral Park in Malaysia
-Longest Coral Aquarium in Malaysia
-Longest touch pool in Asia
-Over 1000 Colorful Species Marine fishes & corals
During the Soft launch…
Touch pool means that you can touch the sea species like star fish, sea cucumber and sea urchin. All the exhibit is still new and they already doing soft launch. Browse their comprehensive website here to learn more about the species. But the best thing is just headed there.
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