History & Ethnography Museum
The extensive History & Ethnography Museum has a number of historical re-creations as well as displays of Chinese and Malay art,...
Cheng Ho Cultural Museum
A lengthy paean to Ming Admiral Cheng Ho (Zhenghe), this extensive museum charts the tremendous voyages of the intrepid eunuch Muslim...
This company has daily riverboat cruises along the Melaka River from the quay behind the tourist office on Jln Kota. The trip takes 40...
Cheng Ho Tea House
In an exquisite setting that resembles a Chinese temple garden courtyard, relax here over a pot of fine Chinese tea (from RM15).
Hoe Kee Chicken Rice
Serving the local speciality of chicken rice ball and Assam fish head (fish heads in a spicy tamarind gravy), you’ll need to arrive...
Melaka’s most unmistakable landmark and favourite trishaw pick-up spot is the Stadthuys , the imposing salmon-pink town hall and governor’s residence. It’s believed to be the oldest Dutch building in the East, built shortly after Melaka was captured by the Dutch in 1641. The vivid colour theme extends to the other buildings around the Town Square and the old clock tower.