The Malacca Straits Mosque is one the most beautiful mosque in Malaysia. It is also known as Masjid Selat Melaka as it is located on the busiest and longest straits. It is built on a man-made island, Pulau Melaka. When the tide is high, the mosque looks like it is floating in the ocean
Cheng Hoon Teng is a premier historical monument and it remains the finest of Chinese temples in Malaysia which is located along Jalan Lekiu. The temple ranks among the most significant in Southeast Asia, being central to the spiritual aspirations of the Chinese community in the historical city of Malacca.
The Stadthuys is a historical structure situated in the heart of Malacca City, the administrative capital of the state of Malacca, Malaysia in a place known as the Red Square. The Stadhuys is known for its red exterior and nearby red clock tower. It was built by the Dutch in 1650 as the office of the Dutch Governor and Deputy Governor
Jonker Street is the centre street of Chinatown and was once renowned for its antique shops. However over the years it has turned to clothing and crafts outlets as well as restaurants. The best part of Jonker Street is the night market on weekends that sells many things such as snacks and souvenirs.
A’Famosa is a Portuguese fortress located in Malacca, Malaysia. It is among the oldest surviving European architectural remains in South East Asia. The Porta de Santiago, a small gate house, is the only part of the fortress which still remains today.
The Taming Sari Tower is a revolving gyro tower in Malacca City, Malacca, Malaysia. From a height of 80 metres, the ride offers you a spectacular and panoramic view of Melaka UNESCO World Heritage City.