This private day trip to Malacca takes you on a 2-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur to the World Heritage–listed city. Learn from a personal guide about its rich trading history and multicultural heritage while you explore popular attractions such as St. Paul’s Church, Stadthuys, A Famosa, and Jonker Street.
• 8 hours
Discover the attractions of A Farmosa Animal World Safari located in Melaka with our local guide from Kuala Lumpur. This trip is idea for family especially with children to see some of the world’s most exotic animals. Take a night tour to Putrajaya and explore notable landmarks for photography and enjoy a resort-style dining experience before return to you hotel.
• 9 hours
Malacca is one of the oldest state in Peninsular Malaysia which located towards to south from capital city Kuala Lumpur.Approximately 130KM drive from Kuala Lumpur and will take about 1.5hrs.Malacca rich with many history.You will enjoy visit beautiful site of rule by Portuguese / rule by Dutch as well as rule by British.
• 8 hours
Experience Mayalsia's local color with a 6-hour, evening, group trip from Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Selangor. See the sights of the region with a trip to a scenic lookout point; then feast on locally caught seafood at one of the leading restaurants in the region. Follow dinner with a trip up the Selangor River to be treated to a flickering show of firefly lights in the darkness. Tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off by your driver/guide, all entrance fees, and dinner.
• 6 hours
Melaka has transformed itself from a faded port city into a strutting tourist hub, and its kaleidoscope of cultures makes it one of Malaysia’s most irresistible weekends away. In this tour, enjoy a full day journey from Kuala Lumpur city center to discover this UNESCO World Heritage Site rich in history and culture.
• 7 hours
Visit St. Peter’s Church (1710) – the oldest Christian Church still in use in Malaysia. Drive past the largest 17th century Chinese cemetery outside of China, located at Bukit China or Chinese Hill. Stop at the foothill to view the Sultan’s Well before driving through the Portuguese Settlement.Proceed to view the famous gateway. ‘Port De Santiago’ and the ruins of St. Paul’s Church lined by 17th century Dutch tombstones. Next on the list is “Red Square” – the salmon pink Dutch administrative buildings which today house the Malacca Museum and government offices. Visit Christchurch before proceeding for lunch, we visit the ‘Abode Merciful Clouds’ or the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple – the only temple where you can find 3 major doctrines of local Chinese belief under the same roof, viz : Taoim, Buddhism and Confucianism. Take a stroll along Malacca’s Jonker Street, which ends by the banks of the Malacca river
• 8 hours
Experience the charms of old Melaka — a UNESCO World Heritage site that preserves the rich, multi-layered history. Learn about the city's Portuguese, Dutch, and British traders as well as the Malays who mixed with Indian and Chinese immigrants to form unique cultures and communities. Discover the heritage architecture of these traditions and taste local specialties, making this day trip to Melaka from Kuala Lumpur unforgettable.
• 10 hours
Located two hours away from the capital city is Melaka, the place where the nation was born, where the past and present meets. The history of Malaysia is said to have begun here, a great seaport where the Portuguese, Dutch and English once ruled. This once powerful and prosperous trading port is now a delightful historical city.Visit St. Paul’s Hill and A’Famosa Fort for a view of the Straits. Photo stop at the Stadhuys Building and the ruins of St. Paul’s Church. Enjoy a local Peranakan lunch followed by a stroll along Jonker’s Street or otherwise known as the “Antique Row”. Also included is the oldest Chinese temple (Cheng Hoon Teng) in Malaysia.
• 8 hours
The Shore Sky Tower is the tallest building in Melaka and has an observation deck on the 43rd floor, 163 metres above street level, providing a splendid panoramic 360 degree view of this historic city and the surrounding area.The view from the top encompasses not just Melaka city, but out at sea you can see the Straits of Melaka, Pulau Besar and other islands.A glass bottom ledge overhangs from the side of the building and, if you are not scared of heights, you can experience a vertiginous view of the ground far below your feet. However to step on the glass area you have to agree to have your photo taken by the official photographer and no selfies or own camera shots are allowed. Of course you do not have to buy the photo if you are not happy with it.
• 2 hours
The Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum was established to reflect this cultural diversity. In 1861 a Peranakan Chinese family acquired three adjoining terraced houses as their residence. Four generations lived in this household before it was opened as a museum by the family in 1985. Today in Malaysia the term Baba-Nyonya is most often used in preference to Peranakan Chinese. Baba is an honorific for men and Nyonya for women.
• 45 minutes