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8.30am , pick up from hotel, proceed to Malacca, the historical/heritage town of Peninsula Malaysia, which takes approximately 2 hours drive down south to Malacca, and enjoy the night cruise.


Founder of Malacca, a Hindu prince Parameswara in the 14th century from Palembang (Indonesia, Java). Soon Malacca was ceased by the Portuguese under the command of Afonso de Albuquerque, taking the city after a sustained bombardment in 1511. 

Upon arrival in Malacca, go for a panoramic view of Malacca from the Menara Taming Sari. The tower offers a wonderful ride experience and a nice view from the observation deck in the evening lights of the city.


Walk around the adjacent streets in Malacca and explore the Harmony St, is a small street that had several religious house of prays, standing still side by side! The name was Jalan Tukong, located one block aside of Jonker walk, which literally translated as Goldsmith street, also well known as the Harmony streets because the proximity of several religious buildings. Islam's Mesjid Kampung Kling, Hokkien's Cheng Hoon Temple, Budhism's Xiang Lin Si Temple & Hindu's Sri Poiyatha Moorthi Temple. 

Next, proceed to Malacca Dutch Square where you will see all the historical architectures. You can have the one of Malaysia's heritage food at the square called Cendol, a sweet dessert that contains droplets of green rice flour jelly, coconut milk and palm sugar syrup all in a shaved iced and it's such a perfect mouth watering dessert that serves to quash your thirst in quicker and simpler way at anytime and anywhere. 

Tang Beng Swee Clock Tower, located at the center of the Dutch Square and is named after Chinese billionaire Tan Beng Swee. It is popularly known as the Red Clock Tower and is a famous landmark due to its unique architecture and symbolic value. 

Stadthuys, was used as a town hall during the British colonial rule and served as a residential complex for Dutch governors. The building has now been converted into a collection of several museums. 

Christ Church, faces the Queen Victoria Fountain and is also the oldest Protestant Church in Malaysia. The church pays homage to World War veterans 2 by putting up plaques on the walls recording the events and deaths of World War 2. Interestingly, the red bricks used for the construction of the church were shipped all the way from Holland.

Queen Victoria Fountain, was built in 1901 in honor of Queen Victoria and is one of the last architectural footprints of the colonial British Power in Malaysia. The fountain functions still date and makes for a good backdrop for photographs near the Dutch Square.

Malaysia Youth Museum and Art Gallery, was built in 1784 and is located between Christ Church and Laksamana Road. It was used as Dutch Administrative Complex and a school, before finally being converted into a museum.

Souvenir Shops, the lane between Christ Church and Stadthuys is well known for its souvenir shops. These shops sell a wide variety of mementos and are quite popular among visitors. 

Next, take the Duck tour sightseeing over land and sea approximately an hour touring the city on an amphibious truck/vehicle. It is the most popular tour in the area as it's a unique way to see the city.


The tour starts from Jalan Merdeka, in front of Menara Taming Sari. You'll climb aboard a 38-seater duckmobile amphibious craft, where you'll drive along the streets of Malacca and see the Porta de Santiago, Sultanate Palace, the Independence Memorial Museum and Mahkota Parade reaching the Pulau Melaka, the duck tour will enter the ocean where it becomes a boat with a splashing good time.


Sail on the ocean, past the Floating Mosque Masjid Selat, and along the Straits of Malacca until you arrive the starting point.


Visit the Baba Nyonya museum, a community of mixed Chinese and Malay/Indonesian heritage who trace their origins to 15th-century Malacca where the exact origins are hard to pin down, many scholars and writers believe them to be descendant of Chinese immigrant traders who married local Malay women or Bataks from Sumatra. 

Take the Malacca River Boat Night Cruise, located at the Dutch Square. The distance is about 10km from the jetty and takes about 45 minutes to an hour, view both sides along the Melaka/Malacca River which divides the Malacca city.


After the night cruise, drive back to Kuala Lumpur. Have dinner and transfer to hotel. 

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