RM200.00 – RM300.00
The rich cultures brought to Malacca’s shores by innumerable travellers over the centuries have intermingled and produced a beautiful harmonious society of different races, each with its own distinct and unique features.
Many descendants these cultures, the Peranakan Chinese, the Portuguese descendants, the Chitty Indians and local Malays, still live with the traditions and customs that have been handed down through generations.
Visitors are invited to immerse themselves in this vibrant world through visits to the cultural enclaves in various areas of Malacca to see how different ways of life come together to create harmony and peace.
This beautiful tapestry of architecture, history and culture is what makes Malacca a truly unique place. This authentic state is only about 2 hours’ drive from Kuala Lumpur. It is worth to visit as it is listed as UNESCO’s World Heritage City.
St. Peter Church – Roman Catholic Church in 1710
Bukit Cina – Largest Chinese cemetery outside of China
Dutch Square / Stadhuays 1641-1660 / Christ Church 1 753 /
Queen Victoria Fountain 1901 / St. John Fort
Chinatown – Jonker Street
Ruins of St. Paul Hill / A Farmosa / Independence Building
Drive Pass: Rubber Plantation, Palm Oil Plantation