Malacca Day-Tour

    Day Trip to Malacca City

    Pick up at your hotel by 9am and we will start our fabulous journey heading to the south of west Malaysia. A relaxing, scenic 2-hour drive south of Kuala Lumpur takes you to Malacca, the oldest trading port in Malaysia which had undergone Portuguese, Dutch and British rule. (history)

    Travel expenses:
    8 hoursMEL1D
    RM 399,- p.P. (min 2 Persons)

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    Cheng Hoon Teng Temple (Malacca)

    Malacca Hailed as the ‘historic city’, Malacca has a colourful and interesting past. The Cheng Hoon Teng Temple is one of the places where visitors can gain an insight into the state’s bygone  days. It is also known as the Temple of Bright Clouds. Built in 1646, it is the oldest temple in Malaysia and also outside China. more info…


    Malacca is Malaysia’s oldest city, founded by the Chinese as a transshipment Spatz for spices, then evolved into one of the most important commercial cities of Asia and impressively influenced the history of Malaysia. The Portuguese sold in 1511 the last Sultan of Malacca. The city is a tourist destination very interesting, the center with the many more info…


    The Stadthuys is the most imposing relic of the dutch rule in Malacca. it features salmon red walls, heavy wooden doors and wrought-iron hinges. Once the official residence of the dutch governors and their officers, it now houses the Museum of History and ethnography. Next to it is Christ Church, a dutch reformed Church that was constructed in 1753. more info…

    Jonker Street

    Shop in the Jonker Street

    Jonker Street or is interspersed with antique shops selling an interesting array of authentic artefacts and relics. Some date as far back as 300 years and can be found among a host of interesting more info…