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Private Day Trip to Malacca from Kuala Lumpur
"The trip starts with a pick up at your hotel lobby around 9am and depart to the Melacca city. After 2-hour drive you will reach the first attraction Stadthuys. A lovely old and well preserved building with a Dutch historical past located in the heart of Melacca city. You will find many trishaw awaiting and transporting tourists in this area.Then we will take a panoramic view of the city and surrounding from the top of St. Paul’s hill which features the historic of St. Paul Church. After a break for lunch (at your own expense) you will follow our guide to explore Jonker Street located in Chinatown. The Jonker Street is Melacca’s epicentre and you can find many antique shops clothing
From $95.00
 
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
 
Private Tour: Malacca Malaysia Day Trip from Singapore including Lunch
"Visit Malaysia's most historical city which has seen the rise and fall of major empires struggling to retain their foothold in the region. Malacca was governed by the Malay Sultanate Portuguese Dutch and British who have left behind a wealth of the past evident in Malacca medieval charm picturesque buildings multi-racial population and narrow streets. This Malacca Malaysia private tour includes a visit to historic sites such as St.Paul's Hill where St.Francis Xavier was interned
From SGD454.00

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The Daily Fix

The Daily Fix is a cafe opened up in the back room of one of the souvenir shops on Jonker Walk. It's a very pretty place with lots of quirky elements, for example the table made from a sewing machine....
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Taro Veggie

Once again, I visited a veggie restaurant at the end of lunch, and it was empty. This time, I'm not sure they do enough business. Situated on an industrial estate, Taro Veggie is a very professional...
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V Cafe

I visited V Cafe just before they closed after lunch, so it was empty. I don't think that's a reflection on the food, though. V Cafe serves a smaller range of Asian vegetarian food than most veggie...
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Persatuan Penganut Agama Buddha Bodhi Melaka

PPABBM loosely translated means Buddhist Association of Melaka, and from 7am until around 2pm or so, they serve a nasi campur range, along with freshly cooked options depending on which members of...
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Batu Berendam Coconut Shake

Batu Berendam Coconut Shake does coconut water milkshakes for RM3.20. They have a small shop and a large marquee. The place itself isn't inspiring, but the shakes are delicious and probably my...
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Little Nyonya Tea Room

Little Nyonya tea room has traditionally served tea in a spectacular setting, but since Christmas 2014 it has started selling vegetarian food as well. These are mainly vegetarian versions of local...
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Pak Putra

Pak Putra is a tandoori chicken restaurant which also specialises in naan breads. I'm told the chicken is really good, and PP serves dozens of them each night, but it's the naans I go for. Their...
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Neela's Chettinad

Neela's Chettinad is a banana leaf, curry and roti place in Bukit Beruang. Neela is very friendly, some of her staff a bit less so! I've only had the roti, which is ok, with a choice of curries...
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LC Vegetarian

LC Vegetarian does good vegetarian Chinese food at a low price. There's a friendly, family atmosphere, though like in many of the Bukit Beruang restaurants it's helpful to have someone who speaks...
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Ichi Zen

Ichi Zen is a Japanese restaurant just outside town. It has the typical features - minimalist decor, chefs on view, staff who shout when you enter - but I was very pleasantly surprised by the menu....
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Backlane Cafe

Backlane Cafe is just off the crazy night market that is Jonker Walk. Escape from the madness for a while at this modern but calming cafe. The interior is quite in contrast to the slightly gaudy sign,...
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Old Farmosa

Old Farmosa (spelling as they do) is a vegetarian restaurant. It serves asian food, and has a very varied menu. Most dishes are made with mock meat/fish, but some are just vegetables. The staff are...
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Jit Seng Vegetarian

Jit Seng is a very small place on the outside of a large mall in Melaka. It does a 'Nasi Campur' style range of food, which means you help yourself to a plate of rice or noodles and then add what you...
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Hard Rock Cafe Melaka

although this is not a local Malaysian Institution, we love hard rock cafe and since this branch is just at the start of Jonkers Walk and the bridge to Melaka River, we need to go inside and besides...
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Jalan Bendahara, Melaka, Melaka State, 75100, Malaysia
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118 Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Melaka, Melaka State, 75200, Malaysia
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Bandar Hilir, Melaka, Melaka State, 75000, Malaysia
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156 Jalan Merdeka, Taman Melaka Raya, Melaka, Melaka State, 75000, Malaysia
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Jalan Syed Abdul Aziz, Melaka, Melaka State, 75000, Malaysia
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Hatten Square, Jalan Merdeka, Bandar Hilir, 75000
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Top Things to Do in Melaka

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St. Paul's Church Ruins

Even if you are not interested in the museums or church ruins on St. Paul's Hill it would be a good idea to climb it just to get a good view of Meleka It is the best place in town to see Melaka except...
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Temple's

Kwan Im Temple is at the end of Jonker Street near the intersection with Tokong Street and is worth a quick visit. I was surprised that this beautiful little temple is not mentioned in my guidebook or...
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Museums

As we had already visited the Malaqa House museum we felt no need to visit this particular one, besides it was not open when we passed by. In 1861 the Chan family acquired 3 adjacent terrace houses...
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A' Famosa

Once the Dutch took over Melaka from the Portuguese in 1641 work began on strengthening the defense of the town. The fortification included building a bastion in the city walls near the mouth of the...
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Trishaw Drivers

A lovely way to experience the many quaint streets of Melaka is by rickshaw. They were all cute and decorated with lovely flowers :o) We didn't do it this time as we wanted to walk, but definately...
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Churches

This is the only Tamil Church in Melaka and was built in 1908, but it was initially known as the Kabu Methodist Church. By 1954 the congregation had become so big that part of the Chinese community...
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"A Yeow Kwee (Glutton) in Melaka"
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"Melaka - The Historical City of Malaysia"
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"Historical Town of Melaka (Malacca)"
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