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Full-Day Malacca Tour from Singapore
"The Malacca city center showcases unique history and culture spanning over 600 years gained from previous colonization by Europeans such as the Portuguese Dutch and British. The journey on the road from Singapore to Malacca takes around 3-4 hours. Savor the view outside as you travel across Singapore and Malaysia or catch a nap in the vehicle.Once at Malacca the first thing that catches your eye will most probably be the iconic red church that Malacca is so famously marketed for to tourists. This building is called Christ Church said to be the oldest protestant church in Malaysia. On the opposite side of Christ Church is the Red Clock Tower that was erected in 1886.Next you will get to see Porta de Santiago (A'Famosa). This is one of the most popular sites in Malacca. It is a major historical landmark and probably the most photographed structure in Malacca. It is one of the oldest surviving European architectural remain you will find yourself at St Paul's Church. Although what remains of the church are now only ruins
From SGD179.00
 
Private Tour: Historical Malacca Trip from Kuala Lumpur Including Lunch
"After getting picked up at your hotel in Kuala Lumpur begin the 2-hour journey in the comfortable air-conditioned car on this private tour. Enjoy the scenery during the drive and learn from the guide all about the history of Malaysia in general and Malacca in particular. Stop at the Church of St. Paul the early-16th-century church that is the oldest of its kind in Malaysia and Southeast Asia. Then marvel at the tomb of St. Francis Xavier before heading to Stadthuys an old Dutch word for 'city hall.' Known as 'Red Square
From $67.00
 
Full Day: Heritage Tour of Malacca from Kuala Lumpur
"Malacca (or Melaka in modern Malaysia) has always been a strategic crossroad between east and west. When the Sultanate of Malacca fell to the Portuguese in 1511 it became the first European outpost on the Straits of Malacca. Over the centuries the Dutch replaced the Portuguese and the British replaced the Dutch while the port's key role in trade across Asia brought immigrants from China and India as well as Malays. Chinese and Malay traditions merged to form what is known today as Baba Nyonya culture; Indians and Malays formed the Chitty community. Each group maintains its own beliefs and traditions and a vibrant blending of cultures that the Dutch architecture of Stadthuys or “Red” Square and the sites of St Paul's Church and the A Famosa fort both of which date back to Portuguese times.  The tour also features Malacca's living heritage
From $95.00

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The Summit

Since the 90s, The Summit has been the main shopping mall within Batu Pahat, and it's showing signs of ageing, though I think their website is still pretty well maintained.Parking just in front of the...
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The Summit

The Store is the biggest tenant at the Summit Shopping Mall. From the car park, you can have a very good view of the whole Batu Pahat town. You could even see some hills and housing areas of the...
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