Pusat Hang Tuah

Pusat Hang Tuah @ Perkampungan Hang Tuah

Hang Tuah
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hang Tuah (Jawi:?? ????) is a legendary Malay warrior who lived during the reign of Sultan Mansur Shah of the Sultanate of Malacca in the 15th century.He was the most capable of all the laksamana, or sultan’s admirals, and is considered in Malaysia to be one of history’s greatest silat masters. Hang Tuah is held in the highest regard, even in present-day Malaysian Malay culture, and is arguably the most well-known and illustrious warrior figure in Malaysian history and literature.

Pusat Hang Tuah @ Perkampungan Hang Tuah Melaka in Duyong already open since 9th of August. In the Tale of Legendary Hang Tuah Saga (Hikayat Hang Tuah), Duyong is said to be the Hang Tuah birth place. About 8 kilometer from Melaka Sentral or 10-12 minutes drive. You can take the Panorama Bus, Metered taxi or the blue taxi…

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— asmaliana


Serama Is the World Smallest Chicken

Serama Chicken is really originating from Malaysia and now it is starting to get popular around the world. Malaysian also make the Serama gains it’s popularity among pet lovers around the world. Although the chicken is popular, many of us don’t really realize it because this chicken have special group of enthusiasts. I think it is very rare to find some one who had the Serama as their pet compares to cat or dog. We also don’t eat this type of chicken, but it is a chicken and naturally we can cook them. I heard this chicken can worth up to $10,000 Malaysian Ringgit.

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Casa del Rio

Authentic Peranakan Cuisine at River Café, Casa del Rio

Casa del Rio

Hello from Casa del Rio, your home by the river,

As we are leading into the start of many festive celebrations, we have planned several exciting events for you to have some special moments with friends and family.

The Casa del Rio Peranakan Chef – Baba William has been busy preparing authentic Peranakan cuisine at River Café. Served in a “Tingkat” tiffin set, the lunch menu is available from Monday to Saturday, priced at RM28++ per person.

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— asmaliana

On the boat heading to the Island

Trip to Pulau Upeh and and Pulau Undan

Actually at Melaka coast there are many Island. But the Island are small and not inhabited. Maybe only Pulau Besar got some people work there for the Hotel and Musuem, still don’t have permanent residents. Recently we visit some of the Island like Pulau Undan and Pulau Upeh. Maybe the State Government plan to develop the Island as a tourist atraction.

If you want to visit the Island, there are some Island hoping package like from the Explorer or Water Taxi from Melaka River Cruise. Also local fisherman can bring you there for a fishing trip.

Pulau Undan:

Pulau Undan got a lighthouse to help the safety of the ships traveling along the straits. The lighthouse was built around 1880s. Got workers there on a shift. Mango trees grows naturally here and the mangoes are really good.

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— asmaliana


Malaysia the Flea Market Paradise

Today, shopping complex with mega size buildings are booming. Whenever a new shopping complex being built, it will eat very extensive space, with a wide car park and all you can find in one building like food court, children play ground, boutique, pharmacy, cinema etc.

But Pasar Malam or flea market still in peoples heart here. Malaysia is popular with the flea market. We can find a flea market at every district and every district also got many other flea market depending on the density of the residential area. Every flea market got one organizer that is usually residents association and approved by municipal council.

But if translate the word pasar malam is not exactly flea market, it’s night market. This is because pasar malam start in the evening to until 9 to 10 pm. But special pasar malam open during month of Ramadhan can open until late at night. Not like some flea market in Europe that sell household goods,antiques ,old clothes, glass and silver. Malaysia pasar malam more focus on foods, drinks, new clothes, cheap accessories and imitation items.

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— asmaliana

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