- Day trip to Malacca from Kuala Lumpur
- Walk up St Paul's Hill and visit the ruins of St Paul's Church
- Get panoramic views of the Malacca Strait and Bandar Hilir
- Savor a typical Nyonya lunch in a local restaurant
- Stroll through antique row of Jonker Street and take in the bustling street market
- Learn the history of this important colonial port from your knowledgeable guide
Recent Photos of This Tour
Malacca Tour, July 2013Photo by: ma. annabelle a
KL November 2011 135Photo by: Kenneth C
KL November 2011 145Photo by: Kenneth C
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Chinese Temple, MalaccaPhoto by: Garth B
Australia, 11 2009
What You Can Expect
First you'll visit Dutch Square (Stadthuys) to see the striking red 17th-century buildings that were once the offices of the Dutch governors. Then, take a short walk up St Paul's Hill for a panoramic view of Malacca, the Malacca Strait and the old town center called Bandar Hilir. You'll see the ruins of St Paul's Church and note the intricately decorated 17th century Dutch tombstones that line the interior.
After taking in the views from St Paul’s Hill, stop into a local restaurant where you will savor a typical Nyonya lunch. When you’re refreshed, you'll follow your guide to Jonker Street, also known as Antique Street, where you can browse through a plethora of antiques and clothing shops.
Then visit the A'Famosa fortress, built by the Portuguese in the 1500s and among the oldest surviving European architectural remains in Asia, of which only the Porta de Santiago survives. Your guide will make a final stop at Cheng Hoon Teng, the oldest traditional Chinese temple in Malaysia.
If time permits on your return, your coach will make a photo stop at Morten Village for a glimpse of a typical Malay village. Your Malacca day tour from Kuala Lumpur ends with drop-off at your hotel.
ReaLLY a SuRPRiSe aWeSoMe TRiP FoR MY FaMiLY... THaNK u ViaToR :)
We were picked up at our hotel on the Malacca day tour. It was a small group, just us and 2 nurses from Canada. Our tour guide, Singh, was very knowledgeable and considerate, considering our age and physical condition. We went to Bukit Cina, where the well of the Nonya princess Hang Li Po is located. We also visited St Paul's church ruins, the Dutch Square, and had a lovely Nonya style lunch. We then went to Jonker Street and visited the oldest Chinese temple in Malaysia (so we were told). We also visited an Indian temple and a Muslim mosque. In all we enjoyed it very much.