10. Muzium Samudera (Flor de La Mar)
Melaka Maritime Museum is a replica of The Flor de la Mar, a Portuguese ship reported to have been transporting looted from Malacca when it sank off the coast of Malacca on its route back to Portugal. This one-of-a-kind museum, which has been opened to the public since 1994, takes visitors on a fascinating journey through Malacca’s history.
9. Melaka Sultanate Palace Museum
Melaka Sultanate Palace is a 15th-century wooden reproduction of Sultan Mansur Shah’s palace. It was carefully erected in 1985 at the base of St. Paul’s Hill, utilizing traditional building techniques and materials, based on accounts from the 16th century, Sejarah Melayu (Malay Annals) book.
8. The Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum
The Baba Nyonya House Museum is a museum in Melaka City, Melaka, Malaysia. It is also known as the Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum. It tells the narrative of Melaka’s ethnic Chinese-Malays, known as Baba-Nyonya or Peranakan. The home is made up of three terrace lots that the Chan family purchased in 1861. The house was a home to four generations before it was turned into a museum in March 1985.
7. Cheng Hoon Teng Temple
One of Malacca’s most famous sites is Cheng Hoon Teng Temple. This Chinese temple, located opposite the Hindu temple Sri Pogyatha Vinoyagar on Jalan Hang Lekiu (in Jonker Street), is described as the country’s oldest Buddhist centre of worship. It is also known as the ‘Merciful Cloud Temple,’ as it was built in 1646.
6. Melaka River Cruise
Melaka River Cruise is one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions. Melaka, with its legacy dating back to the 15th century, is one of Malaysia’s most popular tourist attractions. The Melaka River Cruise is Southeast Asia’s unique river excursion that takes you back 600 years in time.
5. St Paul’s Church
4. Menara Taming Sari
Melaka Menara Taming Sari (Taming Sari Tower) was initially opened for business on April 18, 2008. It is Malaysia’s first and only gyro tower. Its spinning structure, which stands 110 meters tall, provides a 360-degree panoramic view of Malacca town and beyond.
3. Christ Church Melaka
The oldest Protestant church in Malaysia is Christ Church Melaka. While building began in 1741 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Dutch occupation, it was not completed until 1753. The ancient church on top of St. Paul’s Hill was used by the Dutch who resided in the city before this was erected.
2. Jonker Street Night Market
Jonker Street, Chinatown’s main thoroughfare, was formerly known for its antique shops. However, it has shifted its focus over time to include apparel and craft stores, as well as eateries. The night market on Fridays and Saturdays, which sells everything from delectable delicacies to inexpensive souvenirs, is the finest part of Jonker Street.
A`Famosa is a former Portuguese stronghold in Malacca, Malaysia, that was erected in the year 1512. The fortress’s oldest component was a keep. The keep was demolished during the Battle of Malacca and the Dutch control of the city, but the fortress’s outside walls were strengthened.
Malacca (also called Melaka) is Malaysia’s historical state, featuring many heritage buildings, historic sites, and colonial architecture. It was here that colonial troops first made contact with Malaysia, and it was here that the country’s modern economic and political structure was established.