Malacca, Malaysia Part 2

More of Jonker Street sights…
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This sign is just outside Jonker Street

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Father of Bodybuilders in Malaysia
On my way to Melaka Sentral, the bus passed on a huge golden statue of Datuk Wira. He\’s still very active and prominent even at the age of 85.
Started my sightseeing trail from the Dutch Square by hiring a tricycle rickshaw. Bad move for me. But my pedicab driver is nice if I look at it on the bright side ( and I forgot his name…shoot!). Malacca is his bread and butter. Been working for 30 years as a rickshaw driver.
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The Flamboyant Pedicabs – my own term for this colorful bunch.
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My Pedicab Driver
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Riverside Sights…
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Too bad I wasn\’t able to avail of the  Melaka River Cruise. I heard that the sunset-dusk-early evening ride are the best. You get to see everything at sunset then just enough to see the lights of the establishments in the evening.
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Maritime Museum
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Furthermore to the trail…
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A Famosa Fortress
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Walking through here will lead you to the path going to St. Paul Church and other museums.
             
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From the inside.
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I\’m fascinated with these huge tablets with inscriptions and symbols.
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As I went down from the St.Paul church. The Malacca Sultanate Palace was open. So I grabbed the opportunity. I think the entrance fee is 1 RM.

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I\’m happy I was given the chance to visit the Malacca.
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Church of St. Francis Xavier
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Till next time Malacca
XOXO

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