Day Trip / Out of Town, First Time Visitor, Hiking and Walking, Museums / Culture
Kid Friendly: No. Lot's of walking, so make sure you wear nice comfortable walking shoes.
Maximum travelers: 3
Malay (fluent), Indonesian (advanced), English (advanced)
Experience the 500 year old city and its historical richness, the imprints of the Portuguese, Dutch and British
Just about a 2-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur, the Unesco certified Heritage Site where once stood the old and prosperous trading port that has been used by all the traders from all over the world.
Malacca now is well known for the mixture of culture, the mixture of architectural sites and the mixture of the peoples that makes Malaysia the most harmonious country in the world.
Come with me to witness the unique life of 'Baba and Nyonya', that's the mixed marriage from Chinese traders with local woman those days.
Start the day with warm greetings from me at your hotel lobby at 08:00 hrs and drive about 2 hour journey to Malacca.
We will explore Malacca on foot, and the places that we going to visit are:
~ Dutch Square
~ Chris Church
~ St. Paul Hill
~ Ruins of A Farmosa fortress, Porta de Santiago
~ Harmony Street (Old Indian, Muslim & Chinese worship house)
~ Jonker Street (Antique, arts and souvenir)
~ Baba & Nyonya Museum
~ Kampung Cantik (Malacca Traditional house)
Drive back to Kuala Lumpur at 15:00 hrs and should
reach your hotel by 17:00 hrs.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will pick you up from your hotel lobby in Kuala Lumpur.
End location: I will send you back to your hotel in Kuala Lumpur
Duration: 9 hours
Tours will take longer hours if it falls on a long holiday as the highway will be congested.
A/C car from Kuala Lumpur to Malacca. Trishaw ride from A Farmosa to Kampung Keling Mosque. Walk around Malacca Heritage City.
~ A/C Car that comfortably seats 3 adults including driver
~ Driver guide
~ 2 small bottles of mineral water
~ Entrance to Baba and Nyonya Museum
Estimated Local Cash Needed
150 Rm - Trishaw ride Rm 40,
- Any personal purchases or expenses
- Kampung Cantik local traditional house is a living museum, it is not compulsory but it is best if you can donate them a small token of Rm 10 - Rm 50.
I'm a licensed city guide but I'm also capable of doing Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary, Fireflies Watching at Kuala Selangor.