Most of the shop houses buildings in Alor Gajah town are were built prior to World-War 2, some dated back from around the year 1930s. The year the buildings were constructed would be engraved on the buildings' facade. The shop houses buildings has been well preserved for its architectural importance and heritage value. Most of them are still being...more
Within the Alor Gajah Primay School's compound lies this old grave that is dating back to the 1800s. The grave is the final resting place of an English soldier - George Holford Walker - who was a casualty of the 2nd Naning War (1829). He was burried here along side with his horse and dog - a special bound between them that even death could not...more
Located in the midle of the Alor Gajah town, this is the best place to find out more about Alor Gajah's history, particulalrly of the Naning War which saw fierce clashes between the British and the locals over dispute about tax collection and control of the district rich resources. its exhibits will help visitors to journey into the past and to...more
This is the town square for Alor Gajah that used to be a multi purpose playing field before being upgraded and renamed Dataran Alor Gajah (Alor Gajah Square). Located in the heart of the town, there is a children playing ground, a small park, a pavilion for public functions, recreational facilities and a Keris Monument. The Alor Gajah District...more
At the centre of Dataran Alor Gajah is the Keris Monument. Keris is a traditional Malay weapon and has an important role in most of the traditional ceremony. The monument is build on an elevated platform, with white marbled staircase from all its four corner leading toward the centrepiece. Its symbolise the bravery of the Malay warriors - an apt...more
The old shop houses n Alor Gajah are being occupied by traders from various races though predominatly by Chinese traders. Even though Alor Gajah don't has its own Little India, the India custom are well alive here.In one of the shop houses that is being occupied by an Indian family, the Indian tardition of feeding the pigeons are well alive here....more
Though the Alor Gajah town is a rather quiet town without much activities, it would come alive on Sunday morning when the weekly Pasar Minggu (Sunday Market) is held. The Pasar Minggu venue is at the open space/parking lots between the Alor Gajah market and Alor Gajah commercial complex. Here, traders would set up stalls selling a variety of...more
Kentucky Fried Chicken is the most obvious restaurant in Alor Gajah, KFC is the most welcome restaurant of all together with the world's number one McDonald's. Eating at KFC is the happiest & most enjoying for most Malaysians regardless of race, age, gender, all loves it.
Alor Gajah Town has a small bus station, mainly for buses to drop off and pick up passengers.
Buses that ply the routes of Melaka-Tampin, Alor Gajah-Masjid Tanah and Melaka-Kuala Lumpur will normally have a brief stop here en route to their respective destination.
At the back of the bus station is the Alor Gajah taxi station where most cabbies would park their cab waiting for passengers.
This is just an information if emergency cases happens during your travel here in Alor Gajah, the government hospital is situated inside the Alor Gajah town and it is very easy to access.
It is a small district hospital with only 29 bed strength. The small bed strength is because Alor Gajah is located quite near to Melaka town that has a General Hospital. All serious cases will be refered to Melaka General Hospital. Scheduled special services provided are Orthopaedics, Medical, Psychiatry & Paediatrics.
The address is Hospital Alor Gajah, 78000, Alor Gajah, Melaka.
Telephone : 06-5562333.
I frequently visits this hospital as one of my companys branch is situated inside the hospital compound.
Hopefully and wishing that we will always have a safe travel & happy trips.