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Melaka is a beautiful destination to spend a vacation. The area has gained a lot of importance for medical tourism. However the beautiful historic sites and architecture have attracted vacationers. The City Center of Melaka is a UNESCO World Heritage...more

Melaka, Malaysia

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Melaka is a beautiful destination to spend a vacation. The area has gained a lot of importance for medical tourism. However the beautiful historic sites and architecture have attracted vacationers. The City Center of Melaka is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is divided into two areas by the Melaka River. The eastern section is the St. Paul’s Hill Civic Zone and the western section is a labyrinth of ancient streets. A walk down the area is highly recommended.
The A' Famosa Fortress is an important reminder of the city’s past. The history of Melaka can be visited at the Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum, Chitty Village and at the Portuguese Settlement. The mosques in and around Melaka are beautiful and many of them are ancient. The Malay and Islamic World Museum on Jalan Kota are especially worth visiting. There are several other museums that are good to visit like the UMNO Museum and the Melaka Art Gallery.
Melaka offers an excellent shopping experience. The city is especially known for antiques. There are various markets and shopping malls where visitors can enjoy shopping. Some of the best places to shop include Dataran Pahlawan Mega Mall, Jonker Walk Night Market, Mahkota Parade Shopping Centre and the Night Market. From clothing to electronics, visitors can find a number of items available in these markets and malls.

Nearby Airports

The Malacca International Airport is the main airport serving the city. The airport is located about 10 Km from the city center. There is regular bus service from the main road of the airport to different parts of the city.
The nearest major airport to Melaka is the Kuala Lumpur International Airport which is about 2 hours away from the city. From the Kuala Lumpur International Airport visitors can take direct buses (Transnasional) that run regularly. These buses cost around RM 16-22. Taxis are also available from the airport to Melaka and ideally cost around RM 159 for a one-way trip.

Halal Restaurants

There are several halal restaurants in Melaka where visitors can relish different types of cuisines. Some of the best halal restaurants to dine in the city include Restoran Taj, McDonald's, Pak Halim Corner, etc. These restaurants serve delicious local as well as international cuisines for halal food seekers.

Mosques

Finding a mosque in Melaka is not difficult. There are several mosques around the city and people can easily locate one. Some of the most prominent mosques in Melaka include Al-Azim Mosque, Kampung Hulu Mosque, Tranquerah Mosque, Malacca Straits Mosque, etc.

Things to Do and See in Melaka

  • Malay and Islamic World Museum
  • Baba and Nyonya Peranakan Museum
  • Malaysian Navy Museum
  • Stamp Museum
  • Melaka River
  • Dutch Square
  • Jonker, Heeren and nearby streets
  • King's Well
  • Melaka Zoo
  • Recreational Forest Ayer Keroh
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