*** BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER SERVED DAILY AT TROKA Cafe***
Troka Prewar Guesthouse & Cafe is situated in the historical city of Melaka. The building was established before the 1st World War in 1914, and is one of the best preserved in town.
Troka Prewar Residence features a modern touch of decor. Cosy and comfortable 7 rooms, simply furnished with a small table, shelf and locker can accommodate up to 21 guests at time. All rooms come with shared bathroom/toilet and hot shower facilities. Free WiFi at selected areas, hairdryers and an iron available. Car and Bicycle rental upon request.
At Troka Prewar, guests can approach the friendly staff at the reception for information regarding tour excursions, nearby attractions and sightseeing activities. The property provides a common lounge area where breakfast is being served every morning and lunch as well as dinner where our guests can chill out.
Let our friendly staff ease your travel worries while you relax and rest in one of our seven rooms that provide free Wifi, Air-Conditioning/Air-Cooler/Fan and Shelfs. Other facilities such as Television/DVD, Hair Dryers, Iron and Lockers are available in common area. Car and Bicycle rental service are upon request only.
Take a local bus (No 17) from Melaka Sentral terminal Platforms 14 to 18 to Bukit Cina or Stadhuys. It takes about 15min and costs around RM2.00. You can also take a taxi directly to our place, costing around RM20.
We are located on Lorong Bukit Cina, next to 'Bukit Cina' ('Chinese Hill'), between the 2 streets 'Jalan Temenggong' and 'Jalan Munshi Abdullah' with the roundabout.
Our place is opposite Hong Seng Restaurant and next to Golden Mansion Restaurant, in the corner where the road bends.
From Kuala Lumpur
Busses from Kuala Lumpur to the Melaka Sentral bus terminal leaving from the Bandar Tasik Selatan terminal (TBS - Terminal Bersepadu Selatan) in Kuala Lumpur, which is serving all southbound connections.
Several bus companies running services to Melaka every 15-30min throughout the day. The cost is RM9.00 or RM10.00 depending on the company (i.e. Metrobus). However, Transitional bus is more expensive (RM12.50). It takes about 2 hours from Kuala Lumpur TBS terminal to Melaka Sentral terminal.
To get to TBS bus terminal in KL by public transport you have the following options:
1) From Chinatown take a Shuttle bus from infront Pudu Sentral bus terminal (before 'Puduraya'). Busses leaving from opposite AnCasa hotel, showing 'SHUTTLE TBS'. The cost is RM2.00. It takes about 16 minutes to the TBS terminal. The shuttle bus runs when it is full, usually every 15-30min.
2) From KL Sentral railway station (or your nearest KTM station) take a KTM commuter train towards 'Sungai Gadut' and get off at 'Bandar Tasik Selatan'. The TBS terminal is just upstairs, connected to the train station by bridges. The cost is RM1.00 and it takes about 18 minutes. This train is running every 15min in peak hours, otherwise every 30min during off peak hours.
3) From anywhere in KL take an LRT train on Sri Petaling Line towards 'Sri Petaling'. Get off at 'Bandar Tasik Selatan'. The TBS terminal is just upstairs, connected to the LRT station by bridges.
4) From KLIA airport, take a train on KLIA Ekspress Line or KLIA Transit Line (both just running in 1 direction). Get off at 'Bandar Tasik Selatan'. The TBS terminal is just upstairs, connected to the train station by bridges.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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