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  • Malacca

    Intro: During this Malacca trip‚ I learnt a lot of things about cultures‚ traditions and much more! And today‚ I am here to share my experiences and thoughts about the Malacca trip. Day 1: During the trip on the bus‚ I was very excited. I sat with my best friend‚ Isaiah. When we reached the first place‚ a plantation‚ we saw many things. We also got to see the starfruit tree. But other than only seeing plants‚ we also got to try to collect sap from a rubber tree! It was very fun.

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  • Malacca History

    HISTORY OF MALACCA Malacca is a small state encompassing 1657km2 on the Western Peninsular of Malaysia. Geographically positioned along East-West trading route‚ at the busiest and narrowest point of Straits of Malacca‚ the state experienced a unique culmination of cultural and historical influences from Malay Sultanate (1400-1511)‚ Portuguese colonial (1511-1641)‚ Dutch colonial (1641-1795)‚ English colonial (1795-1942‚ 1945-1957) and Japanese occupancy (1942-1945). Today‚ independent Malacca (since

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  • Analysis Of Hotel Equatorial Malacca

    1.0 Executive Summary In this report we have chosen Hotel Equatorial Malacca to do our market plan. Hotel Equatorial has 3 branches in Malaysia such as Kuala Lumpur‚ Penang and Malacca. These 3 state is very familiar for tourist where they always have a vacation over here. Especially Malacca state is one of the best tourism and heritage area. Hotel Equatorial Malacca has located in the center of the Malacca town which is nearby A’Famosa and St. Paul’s Hill. So that‚ we would like to suggest and

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  • world heritage at malacca

    in the early 16th century. The Stadthuys was one of the official residences for the Dutch Governor but now has become one of the famous attractions for visitors from all over the world. The legacy of the Dutch is still very much alive and felt in Malacca in a form of a red building called the Stadthuys. It used to be the administrative centre of successive governments but now it is a history museum. The Stadthuys can be easily found as it is just beside the Christ Church. Opposite the Stadthuys is

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  • cultural landscape of Malacca

    function and human needs. Although Malacca bridge are not as big as other world famous bridges like London Bridge or Brooklyn Bridge in New York but it hold some interesting stories along the river. Malacca River is known as “Venice of the East” by Europeans. One of the most popular tourist attraction in Malaysia‚ it takes only 45 minute river cruise to see the beautiful side of Malacca town and bridges along the river. It was known as the birthplace of Malacca because it was found by Sumatran prince

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  • Managing Maritime Security in Malacca Straits

    MANAGING MARITIME SECURITY IN MALACCA STRAITS: IS IT POSSIBLE TO ACHIEVE MARITIME DOMAIN AWARENESS AT MALACCA STRAITS? BY SEGAR A/L MUNIANDY INTRODUCTION 1. Seafarers have sought an understanding of the oceans for centuries. Modern day enable us to relied upon technology to collect data in this environment. Today’s complex and ambiguous threats place an even greater premium on knowledge and a shared understanding of the maritime domain. Adequately addressing these threats requires

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  • Malacca Town and St. Francis Xavier

    Popular historical attractions St. John’s Fort in Malacca Christ Church‚ Malacca Example of a gravestone from St. Francis Xavier Church. Fort A Famosa: Constructed by the Portuguese in 1511‚ it suffered severe structural damage during the Dutch invasion. The plan by the British to destroy it was aborted as a result of the intervention of Sir Stamford Raffles in 1808. St. John’s Fort: Reconstructed by the Dutch in the third quarter of the 18th century‚ the cannons in this fort point

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  • Tour Schedule 1

    Southern University College Tour schedule : 1st Day 9.00-12.00 Go to Malacca by Bus (In Yong Peng Terminal take a break) 12.00-13.00 The Stadthuys Malacca & Queen Victoria’s Fountain 13.00-14.00 Lunch 14.00-15.30 Check-in and take a break 15.30-16.30 St.John’s Fort Melaka 16.30-17.30 Cheng Ho’s Cultural Museum 17.30-18.30 Maritime Museum of Malacca 18.30-19.30 Dinner 19.30-21.00 Jonker Street 21.00-21.30 Taming Sari Tower Malacca 21.30 Go back to hotel 2nd Day 8.00 Morning Call 8.30-9.30 Breakfast

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  • Tourism on Malacca

    Tourism on Malacca‚ Malaysia TABLE OF CONTENT Page 1.0 Executive Summary 2.0 Situation Analysis 1 2.1 Market Summary 2 2.2 Strength‚ Weaknesses‚ Opportunities and Threat Analysis 3 2.3 Competition 4 2.4 Product Offerings

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  • A Trip to Malacca

    On the 22nd of May‚ my college arranged a one day trip to Malacca. The objective of the trip was to learn about science at the Malacca Planetarium and to interview tourists. We started out journey to Malacca at 7.30a.m. by bus. On the way to Malacca‚ unfortunately‚ the bus I was on has a technical problem thus it delayed our journey. The bus driver went in and out of the bus. Everyone panicked and was worried about the trip. We prayed to Allah that the trip would go smoothly. Finally after 20 minutes

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