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Sunday, April 15, 2018

RIVER CRUISE IN MALACCA

When we were in Malacca with our tour group from the village, we were taken on a river cruise in the evening. It was cooler and the scenery and bridges were very interesting.



 A heritage Malayan Village



Then it was off to dinner for another delicious banquet. Our CEO, Chiou See and her family found us the nicest restaurants that could seat 57 of us.

14 comments:

Margaret-whiteangel said...

All look impressive with their colour.

Joyful said...

Lovely photos. Everything looks very colourful.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

What a wonderful trip, the "cooler" part particularly appeals to me.

Sandra said...

i love the light in all of these, with number two being a standout for me. so beautiful

eileeninmd said...

Hello, the river cruise looks like fun. Very colorful scenes and pretty reflections. Enjoy your day and new week!

Marcia said...

Your adventure continues. Neat!

Tabor said...

While I do not like eating with 57 people to overwhelm a restaurant (I much more like quiet and cozy) I think this would be an interesting place to visit.

Rhodesia said...

Beautiful photos, thanks for taking us along. Have a good week, t'other Diane

George said...

The cruise certainly gave you some beautiful shots to capture. You truly had a marvelous trip.

Gosia k said...

it a realluy interesting place to visit . love

Andrew said...

A Malaccan evening river cruise sounds great. Like in most Asian countries, eat the local food and you will eat very well.

yevisha said...

thank you for sharing your trip, i wish i were there. great photos as usual Diane. :)

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

How fortunate to have such a beautiful evening to photograph this river cruise, Diane. The reflections on the water were really quite impressive and beautiful. Glad yiu had a cooler evening too.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Catching up and read through your latest three posts and am just commenting all at once to save your eyes! The extra overnight trip to another country was quite an unexpected bonus -- how wonderful to have your CEO as an experienced guide ... she really knows how to do things right! (And you are a good virtual guide as well by the way). I am so struck by how colorful everything was in Malacca -- just a feast for the eyes everywhere you look. The river cruise would of course be right up our alley as we love boats and boating, but everything you did sounded wonderful (and everything you ate). I'm not wild about crowds either, but it would have been worth it for this experience!

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