Melaka World Heritage 3 days tour




Malacca (Melaka) is an ancient seaport located at the hub of the exit of the Straits of Malacca. The Prince of Sumatra, Parameswara, once established the Malacca Dynasty and made the area flourish. Malacca was once the center of the spice trade in the region, and was once hailed as the Venice of the East.


Walking into any alley in the center of Malacca, it is not difficult to find many ancient buildings, traditional trading and handicrafts, and an antique atmosphere, making it the most visited tourist base in Malaysia. The architectural design here fully demonstrates the colonial influence of Portugal, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Now walk with us in the city center and enjoy the scenery of the ancient capital.


Malacca's historical sites include: Stadt hu y s, Christ Church, St. Paul's Church and A'Famosa, built by the Portuguese in 1511 . Jonker’s Street (Jalan Hung Jebat / Jonker’s Street) is where antique shops, art workshops and souvenirs gather.



Melaka World Heritage 3 days tour


Flight to Kuala Lumpur International Airport KLIA1 suggest schedule

Airline Flight Departure Number Departure Time Flight Arrival Number Arrival Time
CI 721 08:45 CI 722 14:45
BR 217 06:30 BR 218 12:50
JX 725 10:10 JX 726 15:55


Itinerary Place of accommodation
Day 1

Church of St. Francis Xavier Melaka > Dutch Square (Red Square) Melaka >  Christ Church Melaka >  Melaka Sultanate Palace Museum > A Famosa

Stay in Melaka hotel
Day 2 Taming Sari Tower (Malacca Tower) > Muzium samudera (Flor de La Mar) > Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum >  Jonker Walk Melaka > Malacca River Walk > Melaka River Park and Cruise Stay in Melaka hotel
Day 3 Masjid Selat Melaka > Portugese Settlement (Seaside) > The Shore Oceanarium > The Shore Sky Tower Stay in Kuala Lumpur hotel



Dutch Square (Red Square) Melaka



Located on the town square, this Dutch city with its heavy wooden doors, crimson walls and wrought iron hinges is the most important remnant of the Dutch colonial rulers. Built between 1641 and 1660, Holland City is believed to be the oldest Dutch building in the Eastern world. It is one of the finest examples of Dutch masonry and carpentry. The whole building is painted orange red and has always been the official residence of the Dutch Governor. Today, Holland City contains the Malacca History Museum, Ethnographic Museum and Literature Museum.




Melaka Sultanate Palace Museum




Not far from A' FAMOSA, there is a replica of the wooden Malay Sultan Palace under the hill of St. Paul's, which is the cultural museum. The entire palace is based on the records of the 15th century palace in the Malay Chronicle, imitating the building. The main display in the museum is Malacca culture, but other clothes, weapons, stone inscriptions, musical instruments and photos from different places in Malaysia are also on display. Here is a diorama that attempts to describe the scene of the Sultan's Court.



A Famosa




Descend the steps from St. Paul's Church, and at the foot of the hill is A' FAMOSA, or its only remaining castle. A'FAMOSA was built in 1511 by the Portuguese general ALFONSO D'ALBUQUERQUE. The entire castle was almost destroyed by the Dutch, leaving only a small part of the fortress on the hill, from which you can overlook the city of Malacca, the old port and the Strait of Malacca. A 'FAMOSA originally housed many cannons, but it was destroyed when the Dutch took over in 1641. In 1670, the Dutch attempted to repair several of the forts, while at the same time they housed the weapons of the Dutch East India Company.


There is a ladder in Holland City, climbing up is St. Paul's Hill, where St. Paul's Church is located. In 1521, a Portuguese general, DUARTE COELHO, built a chapel here, which he hoped would be the most advanced Catholic church in the city.



When the Dutch took over Malacca, it was renamed St. Paul's Church. In 1753, when the CHRIST Church was completed, St. Paul's Church was abandoned. Later, the Dutch changed it to a cemetery for burying famous people. There is a tomb of St. Francis in St. Paul's Church, and he often visited this chapel during his lifetime.


He was buried here in 1553 and his remains were later moved to GOA, India. A marble statue of St. Francis has been erected here to commemorate his stay and contribution over 400 years ago. Standing on the church on the hill, you can overlook the whole city. You can also see many distinctive Dutch tombstones here.



Taming Sari Tower (Malacca Tower)



At an altitude of 80 meters, overlooking the beautiful scenery of the ancient city with a radius of 5 kilometers, tourists can spy on the Straits of Malacca and interesting historical landscapes: Red House, St. The Daming Sari Revolving Observation Tower is 110 meters high, and can accommodate 80 people at a time. The process only takes 7 minutes. It will definitely leave a deep impression on tourists, and tourists must not miss it.



Muzium samudera (Flor de La Mar)




The exterior of the building is inspired by the sunken Portuguese galleon in the Strait of Malacca - the flower of the sea. The museum exhibits maritime historical materials from the Malacca Dynasty to the colonial era.



Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum




The Straits Chinese or Baba Nyonya are descendants of Chinese aristocrats who have absorbed Malay culture. There is a whole row of shophouses and ancient houses of Straits Chinese in the 19th century. This place is like a small Baba and Nyonya Museum. These Baroque-style buildings are typical wealthy Chinese homes. The long house is very spacious inside, and there is a patio inside that allows sunlight and rain to enter the house. Those heavy wooden furniture are all made of Chinese mahogany, and their design is a fusion of Chinese, British Victorian and Dutch styles.



Jonker Walk Melaka




Melaka Chinatown is located on the west side of the Melaka River, which is a colorful place worth visiting. In the narrow streets you will find many old shops, temples and mosques etc. The residential area and the commercial area are mixed together, and some of the original features of Malacca in ancient times are still preserved here.


HANG JEBAT ROAD, formerly known as JONKERS STREET, is a street well known to antiquities collectors all over the world. There are many shops selling antiquities, some dating back 300 years. Some shops also have a unique collection of oriental souvenirs, such as carvings, stones, ironware and porcelain. There is also a furniture point here, which specializes in selling replica furniture.




Malacca River Walk and Cruise




Masjid Selat Melaka




The Masjid Selat Melaka is a mosque in Malacca, Malaysia, located on the artificially built Malacca Island. If the water level is high, it looks like a floating building.


Portugese Settlement (Seaside)




The square was built in the late 1980s in the model of similar buildings in Portugal. The descendants of Portuguese-Malay intermarriages who have lived here for more than 400 years have developed their own culture and way of life. It is about 3 kilometers east of the city center. It is best known for its Portuguese cuisine and cultural dances. Every Saturday night, there will be dance performances by Portuguese, Malays, Chinese and Indians. There is also a typical Portuguese fishing village around the square.




The Shore Oceanarium




A kid-friendly marine eco exhibit including a touch pool, sea turtles and over 100 species of shellfish.



The Shore Sky Tower




The tallest building in the Melaka area with a panoramic view of 50 km.



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