Time flies especially when things are going the way that you want it to be. So fast and I'll be leaving Ipoh~my beloved hometown~ soon......really soon....
During this last week of my holiday, I managed to finally visit the famous historical state, Malacca, together with my mum. I was quite reluctant to go in the beginning but then the experience of my stay in Malacca and the beauty of it really proved me wrong of thinking that way. This time of my visit was actually to visit my brother as he kept on persuading me to visit him and as well as to enjoy the scenery of Malacca. Now, I finally had the chance to make it true.
My journey of about 5 hours was really torturing. I've to thank my phone for doing me a great favour in accompanying me throughout the journey. *music music music* I barely can take of my earphone once I've put it on.
First drop, 'Melaka Sentral'. I was really amazed of the station as it is much more beautiful, cleaner, nicer etc than 'KL Sentral' and this is needless to compared to the dirty and dusty 'Medan Gopeng' that we have here in Ipoh. It seems that 'Melaka Sentral' was bigger than 'KL Sentral'.It was basically a small shopping complex where you can find all types of things that you can find in a normal shopping complex can be found here as well.
After a long walk along Jonker Street, we went to have a tour in Dataran Pahlawan Megamall and Mahkota Parade. The one thing that I regretted not doing there was I did not buy Yui's latest album 'Holidays in the Sun', the only shop that I can find Yui's latest album. AHHHH!!! We went to a coffee house famous for its delicious and mouth-watering mille crepe, Nadeje. The mille crepe was absolutely amazing where it can trigger your appetite. The original mille crepe taste sold there was of no comparison to others mille crepe.
Then we head to the famous Satay Celup. The word satay definitely will give you an impression of the normally made satay where those meats were poke through with a stick and barbequed. This was a different version of satay that were normally found in Malaysia. It was something with the concept same as 'Lok Lok' but the soup that was used to cook the food is not normal soup but satay sauce. Food such as fishball, chicken meat, vegetables etc were cooked using those sauce filled with crunched peanuts. WOW.. My stomach is 'drumming' now when I'm talking about it.
In the end, we have a little of Malacca Night Tour. I managed to see the famous Stadthuys a.k.a 'Red House'. It was really really ~red....... HAHA... It was closed when I visited it that time and I didn't get a chance to get a tour in the building. Ships as museum, a tall skyscraper for visitors to view the whole city and many more historical places where I didn't managed to visit in one day.
I returned to Ipoh on the next day. I will be back to Malacca one day to truly enjoy the beautiful scenery of it. Unfortunately, the bus that I was on, broke down and one hour of my time was wasted. If it was not because of my mum, we will not only be waiting for one hour.