Saturday, July 16, 2011

Malacca River Quayside Square

One of the best way to enjoy the Melaka River is taking a walk alongside the new Malacca River Quayside Square.

The walk roughly starts from the Malacca Fort and end around the Maritime Museum

The new Casa Del Rio Hotel just across the river. Its architecture design pays tribute and blends with the historical surrounding.

It is quite a scenic and enjoyable walk along the wide pathway. No wonder the Melaka River is dubbed as "Venice of the East" by European seafarers.

Cafes, souvenir shops and toilet also can be found along the pathway which make life a lot easier for visitors coming here.

I guess this is a rough map of Malacca and its river. I not too sure whether they will elaborate on this map as it appears quite vague as it is.


escape said...

that boat captured my attention immediately. i like old boats. i really want to cruise on one of it some day.

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