Dutch Square And Christ Church Malacca
Feel the time travel back to colonial era at Dutch Square – where you can find the Melaka’s surviving parts after the war. According to the experts, Dutch Square is believed to be the oldest Dutch building ever existed in the East.
Distinguished by red classic buildings, this historical place serves as the prominent landmark in Malacca. With an elegant fountain dotted in the centre and surrounded by colourful trishaws, you will find endless tourists here every day, trying their very best to capture the best angle of Dutch Square.
This church was built by Dutch, when they took possession of the country. The most defining structure of Malacca is notable for unique design and history. A picture of a brick-red building with a huge white cross is famous all around the world.
St. Paul’s Church Malacca
St Paul’s Church is a popular tourist destiny who are interested in history and rich culture of this country.
The ruins of the ancient church are very popular among tourist and native people of Malaysia. This historic church was built in 1521 and situated at the summit of St. Paul’s Hill. Right now, this Church is a part of the Malacca Museum Complex.
The Melaka river divides Malacca town into few parts and goes straight through the middle of it.
So just take the river cruise and you will see the beauty of the town from the inside! During this 45 minutes ride you’ll see famous historical buildings, churches, old warehouse and villages.
Ever wonder where to get a piece of dessert in Malaysia? You don’t have to go so far as Malacca has its own dessert at Pantai Klebang.
Klebang dessert is a reclaimed land made by Malacca developers and years of land excavation placed at the edge of Pantai Klebang resulted in this unique looking desert.
Maritime Museum & Naval Museum Malacca
The Maritime Museum is a huge Portuguese ship, which sank near the Malacca. It’s 34 meters high and this ship-museum will take you hundreds of years ago.
Menara Taming Sari
One of the unique attractions at Malacca is the Menara Taming Sari. It is the only revolving tower in Malaysia. It measures 110 meters in height and its revolving tower offers a wide and far landscape scene overlooking Malacca city.
Menara Taming Sari is located nearby Bandar Hilir at Jalan Merdeka. If you happen to be at Dataran Pahlawan Megamall and Mahkota Parade Mall it is just a short 3 minutes’ walk away.
The tower’s name is taken after a famous keris, which is a magical weapon belonging to legendary Malay Admiral named Hang Tuah.
The design of the structure of the tower takes on the shape of the weapon, while the highest point of the tower resembles its hilt.
Machap Baru Street Walk is located in the small district town of Alor Gajah, Malacca. The town is located just 32km away from the city of Malacca.
Machap Walk unites all the famous dishes of Malaysia in one place. The street is filled with every race in Malaysia which shows the 1 Malaysia spirit.
Do not miss the opportunity to go to Machap Walk, open during the weekends if you happen to be in Malacca
This historical fort was built by the Portuguese in 1511 after they defeated the Malacca Sultanate. On 1641, it fell to the Dutch and subsequently in the early 19th century to the British.
The fort was to be destroyed in 1806, but was spared by the founder of Singapore, Sir Stamford Raffles.
The fort is just a 5 minutes’ walk from Christ Church. It is a very peaceful place away from the busy-ness of Malacca city
The Shore Sky Tower
For a near 360° bird’s eye view of Malacca city, a visit to the 43 storied Sky Tower will give you a view of 50 kilometers at all direction.
It is just a short walk away from the UNESCO World Heritage district and it’s located beside the river bank facing Morten village.
Freeport A’Famosa Outlet Village
This open air Dutch colonial era styled shopping village is the biggest shopping outlet located at Alor Gajah.
It consists of more than 70 international brands offered at superb prices.
Freeport is located just outside A’Famosa Resort Malacca and is just on your way to Malacca’s UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Melaka Straits Mosque
Built on stilts over the sea, Melaka Straits Mosque is a modern designed mosque perfectly blends with both Malaysian and Middle Eastern mosque architecture. Situated on Pulau Melaka, the was opened on 24th November 2006 whereby the opening ceremony was done by the Sultan of Malaysia at the time.
Melaka Wonderland Theme Park
Visiting this famous Park and Resort in Melaka is the best way to cool down and have great fun on a hot day in Malaysia. The highlights of this Malacca’s tourist attraction and huge multi zone park are high-speed water slides and thrill rides.
Cheng Hoon Teng Temple
The most notable landmark of Malacca situated in famous Jonker Street and was built in 1646. This old Chinese Temple considered to be the oldest Buddhist place of worship in Malaysia.
Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum
This wonderful living museum was established in 1896 and once was the family home for the Baba family.
This heritage building is a unique blend of cultures, east and west countries and illustrates the lifestyle of the Peranakan at the end of the 19th century.
The original design is influenced both by the European architecture and Eastern traditions and history.
Malacca Jonker Street
Joker Street is a center of Chinatown in Malacca you can buy everything!
With rich history, a lot of different people, goodness, history landmark , traditional , local food and souvenirs. Jonker Street in Malacca City’s Chinatown is a complete delight to walk through.
Even during busy weekends this Street is crowded with people and interesting stuff
Tan Kim Hock Product Centre
If you’re looking for special and affordable souvenirs from Malacca, head to Tan Kim Hock Product Centre in Jalan Laksamana Cheng Ho and Jalan Bendahara . They located from the city centre around 8 min .
With over 100 local food products under its roof, this is an immensely popular place for locals and tourists to shop for high-quality bites and goodies.
San Shu Gong (Jalan Hang Jebat)
San Shu Gong (三叔公) is a local delicacy shop in Jonker Street, Melaka. You can find almost all sort of local delicacies from dodol, sweetheart cakes (or wife cakes), black sesame biscuits, melon seed biscuits to rice bean cakes, chicken biscuits, pineapple tarts and much more.