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Check-in and Check-out Time
Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Home Sweet Home Guesthouse in Malacca is a simple, accommodation place designed to house savvy travellers. It is a decent building with basic shelter for a safe and sound rest. Guests are warmly approached by trained staff and if you’re lucky enough, the owner sometimes greets and shares the guesthouse background history.
Ways to Get to Home Sweet Home Guesthouse
Home Sweet Home Guesthouse is situated at Melaka Raya district of Malacca. It is near the Melaka Sentral Bus Station, whereby you may ride on a taxi for a 20 minutes drive. You may also request for a pickup service by the guesthouse representative which may include a sightseeing tour around Malacca town itself.
Different type of Guest Rooms in Home Sweet Home Guesthouse
Home Sweet Home Guesthouse is pleasantly equipped with a total of 12 guest rooms, each with various furnished amenities. Guest rooms available offers a selection of suitable beds and furnitures to cater accordingly to the number of occupants whether for a family needs or group of travelling buddies or backpackers. The common amenities in every room may include Wi-Fi Internet access at public areas, a TV with an In-house Movie Channel / Satellite/ Cable TV, a Refrigerator and Ironing Facilities. Family Room is available to entertain children.
Restaurants and Cafes in Home Sweet Home Guesthouse
Home Sweet Home Guesthouse does not have restaurant or café. However, guests staying here are normally served with simple breakfast prepared daily, usually consists of cereal, toasts with butter and jam that comes together with coffee or tea. Food venues for Home Sweet Home guests are within the vicinity of shoplot houses surrounding the Melaka Raya neighbourhood.
Facilities and Activities provided by Home Sweet Home Guesthouse
Home Sweet Home Guesthouse provides bike rental service and assistance in getting tour packages around Malacca town. You may also arrange for a shuttle service as well as an Airport Transfer service when needed. Home Sweet Home staff always look for ways in fulfilling its guests requests. The team listens and gives advices and tips on where and what to do.
Interesting Places around Home Sweet Home Guesthouse
Since Melaka Raya district is a cultural hub of Malacca, you may find an easy access to several local attractions. Sightseeing places of interest includes the famous A Famosa and St Paul’s Church. A Famosa is only the remains of Porta De Santiago, a fortress built by the Portuguese back in 1511, The Dutch destroyed most of the fort but what remains as the photo spot today was saved by Sir Stamford Raffles in 1810. The Romanesque structure was believed to be constructed by Alfonso de Albuquerque is now a crumbling whitewashed gatehouse located downhill from St Paul’s Church.
Local shopping mall with standard entertainment is namely Mahkota Parade.
Head over to Ayer Keroh, guests may visit various amusement parks and gardens such as Taman Mini Malaysia and Taman Mini ASEAN – cultural village which showcases many different kinds of Malaysian customs within replica of its ethnicity houses; Taman Buaya and Zoo Melaka.
An exciting learning experience also awaits guests in Ayer Keroh. In 2009, the Malacca Planetarium Adventure Science Centre was opened to the public. It is a three storey Islamic inspired complex with exhibition areas, library, cafeteria and Malaysia’a largest dome theatre dedicated for periodical movie screenings.
Newest attraction opened in 2011 is the Malaysia’s first coral park – Coral Wonderland Malacca, which hosting over 1000 species of marine fish and corals. It offers Asia’s longest touch pool and Malaysia’s longest coral aquarium. Guests may plan a perfect family get out since it is conveniently located inside the Dataran Pahlawan Mall, which in turn reliable for dining and shopping too.
Another unique experience in Malacca is to visit D-Paradise which promises an education of the plantation industry in Malaysia. Guests may come and explore the world’s largest collection of pumpkins, cactus and ‘monkey cups’; get to know anteaters and releasing stress at the biscuit hut where local pastries are made.
In Malacca town, guests may stroll around in a decorative trishaw visiting the Portuguese Village and have a taste of the famous Jonker Street’s cendol – a local delicacy consisting of strips of green glutinous flour jelly served in coconut milk sweetened with palm sugar syrup inside a bowl of crushed ice.
Needless to say, for many years, Hard Rock Café has been the brand name that brings together entertainment for a great American favourites with awesome live music performances. Hard Rock Café Malacca continues to live in the tradition at the 9000 sqft double storey building located by the Malacca River.
Among other local must-try in Malacca are the foodie experience. Have a dare to taste the famous Pantai Klebang Coconut Shake, Asam Pedas Melaka, Ikan Bakar Parameswara in Umbai,and Kuih Keria Antarabangsa at Masjid Limbongan.
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