Malacca is a wonderful mix of modern living and centuries’ old heritage, with the tagline ‘Visiting Malacca is visiting Malaysia’.
From Singapore to Malacca, it takes about 3 to 5 hours by bus, subject to traffic jam.
Places of Interest that has been recommended over many websites are as follow:
2. Christ Church
3. St. Francis Xavier’s Church
4. St. Paul’s Church
6. Malacca Sultanate Palace
7. Dutch Graveyard
8. Independece Memorial
9. Jonker Street
10. Nyona & Baba Heritage
11. Bukit China Hill
12. St. Peter’s Church
Malacca is well-known for its baba & nyonya style spicy cooking which are normally served with rich coconut milk. There are numerous specialist baba & nyonya restaurants in town.
1.Manis Sayang Restaurant
Add: 617-618, Tmn. Melaka Raya
2. Nyonya Makko Restaurant
Add: 123, Tmn. Melaka Raya
3. Ole Sayang Restaurant
Add: 198-199, Tmn. Melaka Raya
4. Peranankan Restaurant
Add: 107, Jln. Tun Tan Cheng Lock
After a delicious meal, indulge in the “cendol”,a kind a pandan flavoured jelly served in coconut milk.
1.At the back of 51,Jln. Tun Tan Cheng Lock
2. Tan Kim Hock Durian Cendol
Add: 153,Jln. Laksamana Cheng Hoe
Famosa Chicken Rice Ball
Add: Jln Hang Kasturi, off Jln Hang Jebat
Satay stick with raw meat dipped in hot boiling satay sauce for cooking.
Capitol Satay Celup
Add: Jln. Banda Kaba
The stall open in the evening.
Opposite the Padang Pahlawan, within a short walking distance from the Dutch square is the largest shopping mall in Malacca – The Mahkota Parade.
Tan Kim Hock Product Centre is a place to purchase some local food products. Well known treats include “Gula Melaka” (brown sugar) & dodol, a chewy sweet cake. You may also sample Malacca varieties of barbequed squids, pineapple tarts, coconut candies, special blends of coffee, ginger & lemon drinks.
*Disclaimer: Above information were taken off a Q&A website.
More information about Malacca can be found on the internet or on the below websites: