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4) MENARA TAMING SARI
We walked for about 15 minutes from Jonkers Street. The price for each ticket is RM10 (provided you show them your MY Kad/ Malaysian citizen). Or else it will be priced at RM20.
Menara Taming Sari which located at Jalan Merdeka, Banda Hilir, Melaka was opened on 18 April 2008. The 110 metre viewing tower was designed based on the legendary Taming Sari Keris.
It will be the 1st tower in the country to have a fully revolving structure. The air-conditioned viewing cabin will be able to accommodate 66 people at one time.
5) Nadeje Patisserie Cafe, Mille Crepe
I’ve seen several good reviews on this cafe. As its famous for its crepe. The crepe is a cake form with many layers of pancake with fresh cream on each layer. It was my first time trying it. The one that we went is located at Dataran Pahlawan. The cafe was full. We waited for about 10 minutes to be seated. Worth waiting….
Mango Yogurt (RM9) – Rich yogurt taste. Its very fluffy.
Rum & Raisin (RM8.50) – Not much of rum taste. It tasted more on raisin side.
Coffee (RM8.50) – With nice coffee taste.
All of the above are very nice. The texture is soft & fluffy. Yet the sweetness ain’t killing your tooth. A very good place for a tea break.
All the drinks above are from RM3.80 to RM5
Nadeje Cafe Sdn. Bhd.
Lot No. UB051, 052 & 053,
Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall,
75000 Bandar Hilir Melaka.
6) A FAMOSA
A Famosa meant “The Famous” in Portuguese. It is among the oldest surviving European architectural remains in Asia. The Porta de Santiago, a small gate house, is the only remaining part of the fortress still standing. Took some snapshots just in front of the wall.
7) Seafood @ Portuguese Settlement, Melaka
Our last pit stop of the day. Headed over Portuguese Settlement for our dinner. Without knowing where the location is; (never been there before) and all we got is the address. Good to have GPS these days. Lucky to have Kong’s voice GPS* to guide us there. (with an ang mo lady voice whom ask you to turn left, turn right, turn left right….LOL!). Don’t worry, it won’t lead you over the walls. Hahahaha….
Reached there at about 7pm. There is an open air area allocated for parking. Just pay RM1 per entry. Bear in mind; once you got down from your car, don’t be surprise they will be people kinda promoting their stall to you. Since there are 10 shops in total; therefore the business is quite competing.
Its actually located just by the sea. It was so windy & the sea waves are so strong.
We chose this restaurant; as it was recommended by a blogger
Very nice smell of the salted fish. The vege doesn’t taste overcooked either.
The sotong/squid is fresh. However the sambal/sauce is abit on salty side.
Baked Fish in Portuguese Style – RM32
The fish is the best! Especially the sauce they used to bake the fish. It combines really well.
The crabs are priced at RM40/kg. You may pick your choice of cooking method. We chose it to be cooked with salted egg and dry spicy. Somehow; the taste are SO SO only. But the crabs are very fresh!
Lala(Clams) with Ginger & Cili Padi – RM15
We waited quite long for this last dish to be served. To our surprise; this dish is really good! Especially its gravy. A recommended one!
FOOD : 3.5/5
PRICE : 4/5
Stall No 4 (88 Sea Front Restaurant) @ Portuguese Settlement, Ujong Pasir, 75050 Melaka.
All of us were so loaded with great food. Took a slow drive back home. And there goes a fruitful day. 😉
7 thoughts on “A Day Trip to MELAKA (Part 2)”
The mille crepe looks nice 🙂
HY; yes indeed!
You should try it too….
Now I think I’ll go Melaka more often. Hahahahaha….
hahahaha….since its quite near rite? 😉
eh, I thought I saw those cake in TV or something..how was it? The pricing seems abit premium… Would like to go Malaka someday
Hi…Its worth trying. Hardly find it in other cafe nor cake house 😉
yea, never seen it in penang.