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About Maritime Museum, Melaka

The Maritime Museum (Malay: Muzium Samudera) is a museum in Malacca City, Malacca, Malaysia. With monthly visitors around 20,000 people, it is the most visited museum in Malacca.


Overview of Maritime Museum

Check out detailed information of Maritime Museum which resides in the Melaka. Maritime Museum is not a top-rated place in Melaka.

Important attractions of the city include Jonker Street, Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum, Melaka Taming Sari, Cheng Hoon Teng and Sultanate Palace. You can also discover other things to do in Melaka on TripHobo.

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Address: Jalan Merdeka, Bandar Hilir, 75000 Melaka, Malaysia

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Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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Full-Day Historical Tour of Malacca From Kuala Lumpur
View Deal Full-Day Historical Tour of Malacca From Kuala Lum... New on TripHobo Duration: 1 Day From USD 95/person

Join this private day trip to Melacca city from Kuala Lumpur, and it will take approximately 2-hour drive. You will learn and discover the city with a rich trading history and multicultural heritage. Some of the popular attractions in Melacca such as St. Paul’s Church, Stadthuys, A Famosa and try variety local food at Jonker Street. Footprints and influence of the Dutch, Portuguese, and English in the city of Malacca. See the ruins of St. Paul’s Church, go shopping on Jonker street, and much more.

Private Tour: Kuala Lumpur and Malacca Day Trip from Singapore
View Deal Private Tour: Kuala Lumpur and Malacca Day Trip fr... 6 Reviews | Duration: 1 day From USD 295.02/person

Visit 2 of the most important places in Malaysia on a private full-day trip from Singapore in a chauffeured car that sits up to 4 guests (or 3 guests comfortably). You will be sightseeing around Malaysia's capital, Kuala Lumpur, for 4 hours, and around UNESCO World Heritage site, Malacca, for another 4 hours. Your informative private guide-driver will provide commentary on all of the major sights in Kuala Lumpur and Malacca that you will see in this one well-organized day.

All 3 meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) and all admission fees are included in the price.

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  • Best visit after you exhausted from getting around other Museums. Well-managed and offer audio tour as well. It explains the history of Malacca became important as maritime based.

  • Nice museum. 10rm per person for foreigners. You get access to the three buildings. Good way to spend an afternoon in Malacca.

  • Where we enjoyed and experienced the marine people's life. From the captain till the slave in a ship and about Malaysia's marine life system.

  • There are two parts to the museum. First the ship, nothing great and the viewing interiors is stuffy and smells terrible. Second part is the building next to it. The carpet smells terrible too. 1st level nothing much, the wildlife section seems a bit off and not tied to the theme of the museum. However 2nd level has some interesting artifacts and underwater diorama scene which I think will make a great center piece at the entrance instead of tucking away at the second level.

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  • The history of maritime in malacca. Worth visiting to understand the history and the integrity structure of the big vessel is really scary, so walk with care, however there are amazing history inside.

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