Kampong Kling’s Mosque

Masjid Kampung Kling
Architecturally intriguing, it is one of the oldest surviving mosques in the country. The Sumatran influence is readily apparent from its three-tiered pyramid-shaped roof, in place of the more conventional dome. The free-standing minaret resembles a pagoda, again reflecting an infusion of Oriental influences. Freshly painted, it continues to serve faithfully as a popular ve...
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Jonker Street

Jonker Walk
A definite haven for antique collectors and bargain hunters. Authentic artifacts and relics. Some dating as far back as 300 years, can be found among a host of interesting collectibles, each with its own history and mystery. Jalan Hang Jebat, formerly known as Jonker Street, is known worldwide among famous antique collectors as one of the best places to hunt and bargain for...
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Infocraft Centre

Infocraft Centre Melaka
Infocraft Melaka is the handicraft promotion centre where quality products such as batik, canes, bamboo, ceramics and other wares are carefully selected as exhibits based on workmanship and design. Made by local craftsmen, the products can be purchased as souvenirs. The centre also has an archive corner to enlighten visitors on the subject local handicraft. Open Hour : 9...
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Hang Jebat’s Mausoleum

Hang Jebat Mausoleum
Hang Jebat was the champion of justice who died a tragic death. Hang Jebat was unceremoniously killed by Hang Tuah in a duel of honour that lasted 3 days and 3 nights. He ran amuck after suffering a fatal wound from Hang Tuah's dagger 'Keris Taming Sari.' In the name of justice to avenge the Sultan's hasty punishment against Hang Tuah for a crime he didn't commit. Hang Jeba...
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Hang Tuah’s Mausoleum

Makam Hang Tuah
  A fully decorated admiral of Melaka's naval forces who defended successfully, countless attacks against Malacca sovereignty from Siamese and Achenese fleets, Hang Tuah's outstanding performance as a military officer made him a legend that has graced many a court and the history of Melaka. Hang Tuah's bravery was discovered during his adolescence when he single ...
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Hang Li Poh’s Well

Hang Li Poh Well
Hang Li Poh was a Chinese princess who married the reigning Sultan Mansur Shah in mid-15th century. Diplomatic ties between China and Malacca then were reaching a high point. Upon arrival, the followers of the Chinese princess built a well in 1459 as the main source of water for much of the town. It is said that the well never dried up, not even during times of extreme drou...
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Gadek Hot Spring

Air Panas Gadek
Located in the District of Alor Gajah, approximately 30 km away from Malacca. It was believed that local villagers discovered the hot spring in the forest after watching some English soldiers settled around the spring. After the war, visitors from far and wide discovered that the hot spring had strong healing elements unlike many that they had encountered before. Today visi...
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D-Paradise

D-Paradise Melaka
After 5 years of research, planning and development the result is D-Paradise Tropical Fruit World and Aboriginal Native Village. The World’s largest collections of tropical, landscaped garden full of fun, adventure and discovery. Assault your senses – see the fruit, smell them, pick and taste the wonderful varieties on offer. One of the many ‘must see’ attractions is the...
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Cheng Hoon Teng’s Temple

Cheng Hoon Teng Temple
Bukit China Burial Ground Melaka Cheng Hoon Teng is a premier historical monument that has survived the ravages of time. It remains the finest of Chinese temples in Malaysia – a fact underscored by an UNESCO award for outstanding architectural restoration. The temple ranks among the most significant in Southeast Asia, being central to the spiritual aspirations of the Chines...
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Christ Church

Christ Church Melaka
Situated near Jalan Laksamana and Jalan Gereja in Melaka city. This is a church built in 1753 by Dutch to commemorate a century of their rule. It is reputed as the oldest protestant church in Malaysia. It is now an Anglican Church. The building shows the ingenuity of the Dutch architectural world. The beams were constructed from cutting and carving from a single tree and ha...
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