Malacca City, also spelled as Melaka, is the capital city of the state of Malacca in Malaysia. Located on the coast of the Straights of Malacca, it was the most important trading port in Southeast Asia in the 15th century. For its long history, the city was awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008.

Day 1


Jonker Walk Melaka

The main street of the old town lined with restaurants and shops. After the Dutch left, it became noblemen's street. Rich Peranakans started to live and did business within the street area, giving the street a deep-rooted ethnic and cultural flavor. This area is filled with historical houses dating back to 17th century.

Baba And Nyonya Heritage Museum

This museum showcases the local history of ethnic Chinese-Malays called Baba-Nyonya or Peranakan in Malacca.

The Stadthuys

On the Dutch Square, the Stadthuys is known for its red exterior and nearby red clock tower. It was built by the Dutch in 1650 as the office of the Dutch Governor and Deputy Governor.

Melaka River Park and Cruise

A great way to experience the canal, Malacca style houses and murals along the water.

St Paul's Church

The historic church was originally built in 1521, making it the oldest church building in Malaysia and Southeast Asia. It is located at the summit of St. Paul's Hill and is today part of the Malacca Museum Complex comprising the A Famosa ruins and other historical buildings.

Proclamation Of Independence Memorial

The museum is housed in an elegant Dutch colonial mansion. Exhibits include records and photos of the early era of Malay Sultanate, journey of Malaysia from independence and its modern development.

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