Located just a stone's throw away from the Maha Mariamman Temple is the blue-and-white shrine founded by the Maricans ... More
Located just a stone's throw away from the Maha Mariamman Temple is the blue-and-white shrine founded by the Maricans (Mericans) from Tamil Nadu in memory of the most celebrated saint of Nagore, the thirteenth century Sharul Hameed Qadirvoh. The East India Company granted permission for the miniature Moghul monument in 1801 on the same day the grant for the Kapitan Keling Mosque (a five-minute walk away) was issued. Visitors are not allowed inside but they can admire the "hole-in-the-wall" shops beside the shrine as they view the landmark's exterior.
A theme park showcasing indigenous heritage of Malaysia, this center operates guided tours. Each tour lasts for two hours and
30 minutes and begins at three set times daily. The 6pm tour goes until 10pm and includes a sumptuous ...
One of a handful of hip cafes and merry making joints in the Pulau Tikus enclave of youth haven, this
one looks and feels nice and uplifting. Al fresco chilling out along five foot pedestrian walkway and a mock ...
Yet another sidewalk eatery along this famous stretch of beach resorts. It may seem there's one too many but each
has its place, need and niche. Small cafe with 10 draped tables and some framed pictures on the walls, ...
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