A Day in Melaka (Malacca)

Melaka is such a small city, in fact the third smallest city in Malaysia. But it has many eye-catching sights and attractive establishments. No wonder, it is one of the favorite destinations of tourists.

Hubby and I woke up early to make sure that we’ll get to see those must visit places and not miss the boat.πŸ˜‰ Before we left the guest house, Tang House, I packed all our things and informed Mr. Tang that we’ll be checking out at 2pm. After we had breakfast, we started our walking tour at around 7am. For me, that is the best way to go around the city because you get to see everything and get yourself familiarized with the place.

As we were walking down the street, I can’t help myself not to admire the beauty of Melacca.πŸ˜‰ Everything is beautiful! Even the weather…. it was not as hot as KL and the air was so refreshing! We didn’t get any sunburn in fairness!πŸ˜€

Cheng Hoon Teng Temple’s Entrance

Chinese people praying in the temple

Kampong Kling Mosque

a blacksmith

Melaka River (Sungai Melaka)

Christ Church Melaka

The most expensive way of touring around MelakaπŸ˜‰

The Clock Tower

St. Paul’s Church Ruins

Inside St. Paul Church

Tombs inside the church

View from the top of the hill

View at the back of the church

The Ruins of St. Paul Church

A’Famosa Fort or Porta de Santiago

Sultanate’s Palace Museum, RM2/pax

Inside the museum

Melaka Malay Sultanate Water Wheel

After visiting all the famous landmarks of Melaka, we headed to Jonker Street. It’s popular for cheap finds and good foods. Next time, we’ll try to visit Jonker Street on a Saturday night to see numerous vendors selling their goods on the street and of course to buy items that would suit our taste. hehehe.πŸ˜‰

8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. laveeir17
    Mar 09, 2011 @ 11:12:27

    We’re going to Malacca this weekend and seeing your pix has just added to my excitement. =) Thanks for sharing.

    Reply

    • G-nang
      Mar 10, 2011 @ 02:46:29

      Thank you!πŸ˜‰ You’ll definitely enjoy your trip to Melacca. Have a blast there! Can’t wait to read your post about your trip to 3 cities.

      Reply

  2. rachelle
    Apr 13, 2011 @ 04:56:06

    hello. saw your interesting blogπŸ™‚ ask ko lang, how much ung accomodation sa tang guest house ? did you book in advance? we’re planning to go there and 4 kaming pinoys na manggagaling from singapore. mga magkano inabot ng 1 day trip nyo?

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    • G-nang
      Apr 13, 2011 @ 05:50:47

      Hi Rachelle! Yung twin room nila is RM55. I emailed Mr. Tang, the owner, para magpa-reserve ng room. Yup, kailangan mong mag-book in advance kasi since mura siya mabilis mapuno. I think, 2 months before nung trip ako nag-book. Walang downpayment, hehehe. Mabait naman si Mr. Tang, madaling kausap (sa email).πŸ˜‰ You can check my other post here about Tang House.πŸ™‚

      Reply

  3. rachelle
    Apr 13, 2011 @ 05:55:13

    ay 2 months pa pala! naku baka fully booked na un. punta sana kami next week kasi holiday dito sa sg ng friday. itry ko pa din sya i-email. thanks po.

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    • G-nang
      Apr 13, 2011 @ 06:06:42

      Try mo baka meron pa. Palagi namang sumasagot si Mr. Tang sa emails kaya for sure may makukuha ka agad updates sa available rooms niya. Good luck and thanks for dropping by!πŸ˜‰

      Reply

  4. Bus From Malacca to Singapore
    Jul 25, 2012 @ 05:41:50

    Nice Article and the Picture. Next Month i will go Malacca and travel the place that you suggest . thanksπŸ™‚

    Reply

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