A small cultural city with lots of interesting things to offer! Ride a trishaw around the Jonker area and you can start with some window shopping while you're at it! Plenty of souvenirs and handcrafts plus lots of food treats for everyone to try.
Everyone must at least try some dodol, cencaluk and gula melaka dish before they leave the city. :)
One or two nights stay is enough for the old town. Recommended to stay in the Jonker street area. My dining favourite spot is Geographer Cafe, they serve delicious Asian food and refreshing drinks.
If you come by public bus from long distance domestic bus terminal, take bus no. 17 and stop in Dutch Square. If you want to leave Jonker street for the bus terminal. Walk to the T-junction of Jalan Kubu and Jonker street, infront of Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (Cina) Pay Fong 1 for the bus stop. Each way bus fare is RM1.50 per person.
recommend people who wish to travel to Melaka to do homework before you reach there. Try to search for those nice food that recommended by blogger online, so that u can get the nicest food in town.
its a historical place, for the history lover ad food lover, it is recomended to visit melaka and spend at lest 1 night here for the beautiful night view and variety of fod
Malacca is at the western side of West Malaysia and about 1.5hrs drive away from Kuala Lumpur. Local delights are cendol, satay celup, chicken rice balls, and many others.
A UNESCO heritage site.
It is adviceable to avoid public holiday like Christmas and weekend. The city will be extremely crowed and heavy traffic jam where I can only see people and cars.
.. I felt that there are still a lot of improvements for the the local authority to improve the city planning which will be more suitable for tourists, like during major holidays, closing the road and keep cars going into the city centre, provide a parking for park and walk.
Malacca is very famous for food. You can find many variety of food here. Shopping is also very good as the price is also cheaper as compare to other main cities.
it is a nice town with a very rich history. I will recommend anyone to read its history a little before visiting to appreciate its rich history and culture
Malacca is a nice place which full of historical building and lots of nice food such as Chicken Rice Ball, Satay Celup, Cendol, Nyonya Food and many more.
Its a historical heritage city and lots of historical places..Christmas celebration at Portuguese settlement is wonderful things to see during Christmas.
A great place to visit for a short drive from Singapore. Spent 2016 V-day weekend there for great food, decent shopping and fantastic cultural immersion.
Nice place to visit. Try to avoid travelling in the evening of the eve of New Year as there are road blocks for New Year Celebration at Bandar Hilir.
Malacca is a town of history and culture. You may find a strong mixture of the Chinese, Malay and Dutch colony culture and historical buildings.
Food is highly recommended here. You may find variety of street food of different taste. The town is small. The major attractions are next to each other. It is a great location to stay for 1 or 2 days.
full of historical & cultural tourism attraction. avoid visiting this area during festive/major holiday as the area will be pack with visitors.
Jonker street must go, which you can do shopping and experience local melaka culture, around "rea" house is another spot which you can't miss.
The historical experience you can feel and experience from melaka
Food: Nyonya Makko, Ole Sayang Parks: Malacca Zoo, Butterfly and Reptile Park Historic: Stadhuys, A'Famosa Fort Shopping: Dataran Pahlawan
Malacca is one of the most interesting towns in Malaysia which dates back to the 15th century,and it has alot of historical site to visit.
There are some tourist attractions in Melaka like A Famosa Water Park and Safari, Melaka Free Port, Christ Church Melaka and etc.
We enjoyed looking at the historical sites on St Paul's Hill which were well signposted and with information boards nearby.
The Baba Nyonya house was very interesting and we also liked the Chinese Temple. Two days for sightseeing etc in the town etc was about right if you like to take things easy.
Jonker Street is a must visit place especially the night market on weekend. You have have a drink and relax in geographer
Heritage city. Various delicious foods such as coconut milk shake, chicken rice ball, satay cellup, Nadeje layer cake.
....... Historical sites， Menara Taming Sari （马六甲 旋转塔), jonker street, capitol satay cellup.......
spend sometime transversing the historical journey...Only then would one truly understand the rich culture of Malacca.
malacca is small city, but has big culture/heritage contain. if you love history/culture than you will love malacca.
Small town with heritage and notable culture but food quality is getting bad... crowd is getting out of control.
Melaka is a historical place where you can experience its unique culture and also very suitable for sightseeing.
The food in Melaka is a must to try, eg. satay celup, chicken rice ball, nadeja crepe cake and etc.
Very interesting old town with many historical sites. Love the history. Coupled with nice shopping malls.
Malacca is a historical city, and good place for quality time with your friends . many delicious food .
and the people around there really nice .
Malay historical centre with many sightseeing places. Many activities available for the young and old.
Shopping for handicrafts is a must! The prices of handicrafts at Heritage Gallery are even cheaper than Mydin.
Malacca is a culture and history city, also there has a lot of local good food, shopping also great.