St Paul’s Church
The ruins of the ancient church are very popular among tourist and native people of Malaysia. This historic church was built in 1521 and situated at the summit of St. Paul’s Hill. Right now, this Church is a part of the Malacca Museum Complex.
Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum
This wonderful living museum was established in 1896 and once was the family home for the Baba Chan family. This heritage building is a unique blend of cultures, east and west countries and illustrates the lifestyle of the Peranakan at the end of the 19th century. The original design is influenced both by the European architecture and Eastern traditions and history.
The Melaka river divides Malacca town into few parts and goes straight through the middle of it. So just take the river cruise and you will see the beauty of the town from the inside! During this 45 minutes ride you’ll see famous historical buildings, churches, old warehouse and villages.
Taming Sari Tower
One of the unique attractions at Malacca is the Menara Taming Sari. It is the only revolving tower in Malaysia. It measures 110 meters in height and its revolving tower offers a wide and far landscape scene overlooking Malacca city. Menara Taming Sari is located nearby Bandar Hilir at Jalan Merdeka. If you happen to be at Dataran Pahlawan Megamall and Mahkota Parade Mall it is just a short 3 minutes’ walk away. The tower’s name is taken after a famous keris, which is a magical weapon belonging to legendary Malay Admiral named Hang Tuah. The design of the structure of the tower takes on the shape of the weapon, while the highest point of the tower resembles its hilt.
Ever wonder where to get a piece of dessert in Malaysia? You don’t have to go so far as Malacca has its own dessert at Pantai Klebang. Klebang dessert is a reclaimed land made by Malacca developers and years of land excavation placed at the edge of Pantai Klebang resulted in this unique looking desert.