Await hotel pickup from your central Malacca accommodation at 9am, in advance of the tour’s 9:30am start time. Your first stop is Port de Santiago, one of the oldest European colonial relics in South East Asia, before heading to the ruins of St. Paul’s Church, replete with ornate 17th-century tombstones.
Then, pay a visit to the pink administrative buildings now home to the Malacca Museum and Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, where three pillars of Chinese spirituality — Taoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism — coexist harmoniously.
See, too, Kampung Kling Mosque and Sri Poyatha Moorthi Temple before learning about Malacca’s cultural melting pot at Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum and Nyonya Kuih Factory.
Your tour culminates with a visit to Jonker Street, famed for its vibrant markets, antique stores, and Chinese eateries, and concludes with hotel drop-off at around 1:30pm.