Negeri Melaka Travel Guide

  • Melaka river as seen from Taming Sari Tower
    Melaka river as seen from Taming Sari...
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Kampong Masjid Tanah


Kampong Alor Gajah


Pulau Upeh






Pulau Sebang


Kampung Kuala Linggi


Durian Tunggal




Simpang Empat


Kampong Morten


Kampung Gadik




Ramuan China Besar


Kampong Ujong


Kampong Tanjong Keling


Kampong Paya Rumput


Kampong Anak Ayer Keroh



See all 1681 Melaka Tips
  • St. Paul's Church Ruins

    Melaka Things to Do

    In the grounds of St. Paul’s is a marble statue of St. Francis Xavier that was built in 1953. The first thing you notice is that the saint is missing his half of his right arm. St. Francis Xavier was a Catholic missionary who translated the Bible into Malay and was a pioneer in spreading Catholicism across Southeast Asia. During his lifetime it...

  • Hotel Puri

    Melaka Hotels

    What a fabulous place to stay. You enter into a lovely cool and tranquil foyer. The staff was very...

  • Local food

    4 out of 5 stars

    Melaka Restaurants

    if you are a foodie and would like to try the local cuisine and street foods of areas you travel , you would not be dissapointed while walking along the Jonker Walk along Jonker Street and the side streets around it as it has many local warungs (food stalls) and restaurants selling Melaka's Iconic Signature Dish like the Melaka Chicken Rice Balls,...


Kampong Masjid Tanah

  • Tanjung Bidara beach

    Kampong Masjid Tanah Off The Beaten Path

    Tanjung Bidara beach is located about 10km from Masjid Tanah town and 35km north of the historical city of Melaka. The road leading to the beach resort is also picturesque with many paddy fields and Malay kampung houses along the road. The beach is popular among the locals, maybe due to the fact that it is the only beach in the state of Melaka that...

  • MTM Double Parking

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    MTM Double Parking is at the location of street market of daytime. Normally street market is held at nighttime, is called Pasar Malam, but this one is at daytime. Anyway, while driving around MTM, I saw cars double parked here, but then I realized I am living in Malaysia, double parking is only a small matter, triple parking is also a small matter,...

  • MTM Street parading

    Kampong Masjid Tanah Favorites

    MTM Street parading is a group of bikers (Malaysian smaller bikes) parading their bikes on the street of MTM, it was Sunday when I was there, I saw some 50+ bikers on street, not much racings but parading. They did not dress up in black leathers, just normal outfits, looks happy and enjoying, probably a celebration of freedom or something else.


Kampong Alor Gajah

  • Old shop houses

    Kampong Alor Gajah Things to Do

    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...

  • English Officer Grave

    Kampong Alor Gajah Things to Do

    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...

  • Merdeka Monument

    Kampong Alor Gajah Things to Do

    Within the compound of Dataran Alor Gajah is this Merdeka (Independence) Monument.The monument signifies the place where the declaration of Malaya’s Independence was pronounced here in Alor Gajah to commomerate the country's independance in 1957.



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  • seafood restaurant

    Umbai Things to Do

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  • seafood restaurant

    Umbai Things to Do

    customer service: Enak Rasa Ikan Bakar Restaurant, stall 4&5nice-delicious-appetizing-clean-comforttableRugayah Binti Abd Hadi______________________+17-6161465Hayati Binti Yusof___________________________+13-6161466

  • Public transport to Umbai

    Umbai Transportation

    It's very easy to get to Umbai. From Melaka Sentral you can take either Malacca Omnibus Service (MOS) & S.K.A bus service to Muar or Merlimau (both company seldom put a specific number on their bus; so, just read at the bus route signboard). The bus frequency is every 15-20 minutes for both company. Or, you can take Town Bus Service no 23, if I'm...


Pulau Sebang

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  • Pulau Sebang Bus & Taxi Station

    Pulau Sebang Transportation

    As its name suggest, the Pulau Sebang Bus & Taxi Station is located in Pulau Sebang though for the locals, it is simply known as Tampin Bus station.There are few bus companies that make a stop here at the bus station that connects Pulau Sebang/Tampin to Alor Gajah, Melaka, Rembau and Seremban.

  • Pulau Sebang (Tampin) Railway station

    Pulau Sebang Things to Do

    To many, the train station is known as Tampin Train Station eventhough it has been unofficially re-named as Pulau Sebang Train Station.The train station was built during the British Rule in Malaya in 1922 and is functional till today as part of the railway line that connects Singapore and Bangkok via Kuala Lumpur. Other than passenger trains, the...

  • Pulau Sebang’s Shop Lots

    Pulau Sebang Things to Do

    Pulau Sebang is strangely boomed commercially during the WWII period with most concrete shop lots built between years 1938-1940.Either these merchants work as Japanese agents or they are carrying commodities that everyone can’t live without.I have no answer for this one.


Kampung Kuala Linggi

  • A house

    Kampung Kuala Linggi Favorites

    Now a house can be a great tip if one know how to trick readers with her/his award-winning-writing-skills, that's all one need to create so called good tip. Stop it....!!! Do not write this way Joo...!!! Okay this is a house, a house for us to look at at Kampung kuala Linggi and the house is so beautiful and all that I supposed typical good travel...

  • Seaside

    Kampung Kuala Linggi Favorites

    Here is no other person but l_joo standing like a zombie for nothing but a photo, I like it this way to stand like this in this place in white tee and have camera snap this way. This is ermm...I know boring tip but I expect mass ratings, so what?

  • Blue Skies and Beaches

    Kampung Kuala Linggi Favorites

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Simpang Empat

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    by l_joo Written Nov 4, 2006

    Favorite thing: There are at least 10 roadside stores selling cane products and local handicrafts at Simpang Empat, they placed a simple wooden frameworks by the roadside and then displayed the products on it to sell. In Malaysia, anybody can place anything at the roadside to sell, to do business, it is complete freedom. Some peoples placed their home cooked dishes to sell for income, life is very easy, extremely easy.

    Cane products at Simpang Empat, Melaka
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Kampong Morten

  • Take off your shoes

    Kampong Morten Local Customs

    Before entering a local house, shoes must always be removed and left at the doorsteps. This is also applicable even when you visit Villa Sentosa the living museum as it is not a typical musueum per se - it is a kampong house that showcases the way of living of the kampong communities.

  • Villa Sentosa

    Kampong Morten Things to Do

    Villa Sentosa is as old as Kampong Morten itself as it was build by one of the kampung's founder and its headman, Tuan Haji Hashim bin Dato' Demang Haji Abdul Ghani in 1920.Unlike typical Melakan Malay traditional houses commonly found in the village, Villa Sentosa was built in the style of "urban malay house" which was fashionable during the turn...

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