Malacca blends a rich historical past and a vibrant present. Many of its centuries old buildings, some of them still in use, can be traced back to its early inhabitants. The state's history began in 1403, an exiled Hindu prince Parameswara.
Administered by the Portuguese in 1511, the Dutch in 1641, and the British in 1824, Malacca has emerged as a unique melting pot of races, providing a wonderful insight into cultural diversity of its people.
Malacca is famous for delicious food like Satay celup, Chicken Rice Balls, seafood as well as a delicious range of Nyonya food, Chetti food and Portuguese food. You can sample these local delights at the city's many restaurants, coffee shops, cafes and food courts.
* Bukit Cina.
* Stadhuys - The Dutch Square.
* St Paul's Church.
* Christ church.
* A famosa - The Portuguese Fort.
* The Jonkers Antique Street.
* Cheng Hoon Teng Oldest Chinese Temple.
* Depature : 9:30 am or 10:30am
* Approx : 8 - 10 hours. (our also provide Malacca tours 2 day 1 nights Package tours).
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