Officially opened on 15th October, 2016, The Shore Toy Museum is home to more that 10,000 popular toys, offering visitors an opportunity to be up-close with life-size toy displays, from … Read More
Although I have been to quite a number of 3D trick art attractions, The Shore 3D Interactive Park, albeit basically a 3D art studio, is definitely way more than that. … Read More
If you are not afraid of heights, you should visit The Shore Sky Tower if you ever find yourself in Melaka. Opened in July 2015, this is the city’s tallest … Read More
Located in the small town of Asahan in the District of Jasin, by Sungai Tambak Merlang (river), is a warung (food stall) famed for its “kari kambing power” or “spicy … Read More
Kampung Alai is a traditional Malay village located about 8 kilometres south of Melaka town centre. ‘Alai’ is the name of a tree, which was how the village got its … Read More
While visiting Melaka (Malacca), there are two cuisines that one must try: Portuguese and Peranakan (Nyonya).
Tucked on the fringe of Melaka’s famed Portuguese Settlement, along Jalan Ujong Pasir where many popular food spots are located, is The Settlement Hotel.
The reason I was in Malacca was the opportunity to taste for myself Portuguese cuisine, both from Portugal and Malaysia’s Portuguese community.