Faces of
Malaysia
Penang

Penang is the name of an island in the Straits of Malacca, and also of one of the states of Malaysia, located on the north-west coast of peninsular Malaysia. Penang is the second smallest state in Malaysia after Perlis, and the eighth most populous. A resident of Penang is colloquially known as a Penangite. The city Georgetown is the 2nd biggest city in Malaysia and traveller′s hub.

Tioman

Largest island of Malaysias east coast. It’s located 32km off the coast and is some 20km long and 12km wide and the highest peak is Gunung Kajang with 1038m. In the 70ies TIME magazine selected Tioman as one the world’s most beautiful islands but lost some flair in recent years due to do development. The island has eight main villages, many beaches and is densely forested and is surrounded by numerous coral reefs, making it a scuba diving haven.

Melaka, Malaysia

Old Town Guesthouse

address: 119-1, Jalan Temenggong, Malacca, Malaysia 75000
family-run guesthouse located near near historical Bukit Cina

Old Town Guesthouse contact information

phone: +60 (0) 6-286 0796
website

Old Town Guesthouse prices / booking

Dormitory (fan) - RM15
Single room Air-cond - RM30
Double room Fan - RM35
Double room Air-cond - RM40
Twin room Fan - RM35
Twin room Air-cond - RM40
Double with attached bathroom Air-cond - RM 60
Triple room with attached bathroom : RM80
 

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Hotels in Melaka

Old Town Guesthouse

family-run guesthouse located near near historical Bukit Cina

Jalan-Jalan Besi

Guesthouse / Hostel in old Chinatown run by the same management as nearby Jalan-Jalan Emas

Attractions

St. Paul’s Church, Melaka

The ruin of St.Paul′s Church is located on top of St.Paul′s Hill and was one of five churches in the fortress complex A Famosa on the hill that was built by the Portuguese in 1521.

Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, Melaka

Cheng Hoon Teng is the oldest traditional Chinese temple (Taoist temple) in Malaysia. The temple was built in 1645 (and extented in 1704 and 1801) and served as the main place of worship for the Hokkien community.