This private full-day tour of Malacca covers significant landmarks in the UNESCO-listed colonial town situated on the Straits of Malacca. With commentary by your own personal guide, you’ll learn about its diverse cultural heritage. See Christ Church, the red clock tower and the Queen Victoria Fountain at Dutch Square; visit the notable Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, founded in 1645; and view St Paul’s Church, Kampung Kling Mosque and Sri Poyyatha Vinayagar Moorthi Temple. After lunch, stroll past antique shops before return hotel transport to Kuala Lumpur.
Join us on one of our popular day excursion to the historical state of Malacca. This UNESCO World Heritage site was once a great sea port where the Portuguese, Dutch and English once ruled. The tour covers a visit to the St.Paul’s hill for a view of the straits and the ruins of St.Paul’s Church; the oldest church in South East Asia. Our next stop is at the Dutch Square, the focal point of several historical monuments and sites in the state. The square is also known as the Red Square because most of the area has been painted red. This area is extremely photogenic so make sure your camera battery is fully charged. We will then stroll along the festive Jonkers Street for some light shopping and local lunch. We will then explore Malacca’s Harmony street; the only street in Malaysia where you may find 3 types of worship houses; a Hindhu Temple, a Buddhist temple and a Muslim Mosque. Finally, we will visit a traditional Malay house. Finish your excursion with a ride back to Kuala Lumpur.
Join a Melaka local for a full-day, private tour of Melaka highlights with an included restaurant lunch. There’s lots to see in Melaka’s UNESCO-listed historic center, and exploring with a private guide ensures you can enjoy the day at your own pace while still covering many top landmarks. See the historic A Famosa fortress, St. Paul’s Church, and more, pausing for a Melaka River Cruise that’s great for cooling off.