Remember Malacca, where it all began. It takes about 2 ½ hours to reach the historic city, with a short refreshment stop. The history of the peninsular is said to have begin here, the greatest sea port where the Portuguese, Dutch and English took turns to capture this once powerful and prosperous trading post now contained in a delightful town.
Porta De Santiago / Harmony Street (Jalan Tokong) / Cheng Hoon Teng oldest Chinese temple (1645) / Jonker Street-Antique Street / Stadhuys-Dutch Town Hall (1641-1660) Christ Church (1753) / Queen Victoria Fountain (1901) / Malacca River Mouth-Chinese junks and barges / St. Paul’s Church-Hill / Independence Museum / Portuguese Settlement / Bukit Cina Largest Chinese Cementary outside China since the 17th Century / Sultan’s Well (1459) / Sam Po Temple / St. Peter’s Church (1710).
01 Lunch. Guided tour and sit in coach basic
Requirement for the trip:
Own drinking bottle and first aid kit.