Historical Malacca Day Trip From Kuala Lumpur - Melaka

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  • Hotel pickup Available
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  • Duration: 8 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    08:30 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
  • Return Details :
    Return to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

Take a step back in time with this fascinating tour of the historical city of Malacca. Malacca city is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Founded in 1400, Malacca was once one of the greatest trading ports in Southeast Asia. With strong Portuguese, Dutch, and British influences, Malacca is now left with rich heritage and a unique mix of architectural styles.

Visit the street of Harmony where you can view the oldest Chinese Temple and Hindu Temple in Malaysia. Walk through the ruins of St Pauls Church where St Francis Xavier was once buried.

River Cruise from Taman Rempah Jetty, the cruise will stop at Flor De La Mar Jetty where the cruise ends. (Flower of the Sea) is a replica of the original which was lost off the coast of Sumatra and sank in year 1511. build in 1502 in Lisbon and one of the finest vessel of the time.

Malacca is unlike anything else and you will not want to miss a visit to this amazing, historical city.

Highlights

  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • Lunch included
  • Step back in time on a history tour
  • Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
  • Family friendly

Know More about this tour

Your day will begin with a morning departure from your Kuala lumpur hotel. The journey to Malacca is about 2 and a half hours but there will be a short stop for refreshments along the way.

Upon arrival, you will see St Peters Church the oldest Christian church still in use in Malaysia, built in 1710. You will then drive past the largest 17th century Chinese cemetery outside of China, located at Chinese Hill (Bukit China). There will be a short stop at the foothill so you can view the Sultan's Well before driving through the Portuguese Settlement. You will proceed to view the famous gateway Porta De Santiago and the ruins of St Pauls Church which is lined by 17th century Dutch tombstones.

Next on the list is the Red Square - the salmon pink Dutch administrative building which today houses the Malacca Museum and some other government offices. You will then be taken to see Christ Church.

After Christ Church you will enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant. After your lunch, you will be taken to visit the Adobe of the Green Merciful Clouds (Cheng Hoon Teng Temple). Cheng Hoon Teng Temple is the only temple where you can find 3 major doctrines of local Chinese belief under the same roof Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism.

After all of this, you will be given the opportunity to take a stroll along Malaccas antique street which ends by the banks of the Malacca River.

Inclusions

Lunch

Driver/guide

Hotel pickup and drop-off

Exclusions

Gratuities

Souvenir photos (available to purchase)

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Infants free of charge, no seat.

A minimum of 2 people per booking is required

All transfers and half/full day tours NO refund for cancellation received within 24 hours notice

Coach Tour

Wheelchair accessible

Stroller accessible

Infants must sit on laps

Transportation is wheelchair accessible

Most travelers can participate

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers

Face masks required for travelers in public areas

Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival

Please bring your own Sanitizer

Traveler Reviews

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  • 03-Jun-2022

    We really enjoyed the day to Malacca because the Tour Guide Ben was very knowledgeable and kindness. We did see a lot historical buildings. Especially the River cruise was wonderful. The lunch was fantastic!

  • 09-Nov-2019

    It was a great day out of busy KL. Nice drive to and from with a friendly driver. We went by car with only 4 passengers so it was a nice day. Worth having a look at this historical city.

  • 27-Sep-2017

    We loved our tour to Melaka. Viator was easy to book and e-vouchers makes the entire process easy. Also appreciate the courtesy hotel pickup n drop off.
    Stephen our tour guide was marvellous, an articulate storyteller. He was there to assist and without being intrusive.

  • 27-Sep-2017

    We loved our tour to Melaka. Viator was easy to book and e-vouchers makes the entire process easy. Also appreciate the courtesy hotel pickup n drop off.
    Stephen our tour guide was marvellous, an articulate storyteller. He was there to assist and without being intrusive.

  • 01-Sep-2017

    This Malacca tour would have been an ideal one with an eager beaver for a tour guide with the name Gunar so with the driver also named gunar. we were picked up from our hotel at 8:45am as appointed for a 930 am departure for Malacca. there were 4 passengers then we went to pick up the rest from other hotels on the way to MATIC. we waited until 9:45am before we were told to be patient and wait for another couple who were late. the bus finally left MATIC at 10:15am to pick up 2 more passengers from the same hotel we stayed, where we were picked up at 8:45am. there are suppose to be 6 pax from our hotel but the pick up team never bothered to look for the 2 more passengers who were still taking their breakfast that caused the more than an hour delay by going back to pick them up at the hotel so the tour group can proceed to Malacca. We arrived in Malacca past 12 noon and we were rushed from one place to another to make up for the lost time. We finally had lunch at a local Chinese restaurant at past 2pm. after lunch, we were left at Jonker walk to take a stroll. then we went back to KL. while I was getting off the bus, the driver suddenly stepped on the bus accelarator that caused me to almost fell out of the bus. It's a good thing that my son as always extended his hands to help me descend from the bus and caught me. the tour guide nor the driver did not even bother to ask if i was ok but they just left. The pick up bus was nice but the tour bus used to go to Malacca was rickety and can hear all the engine noise instead of the tour guide's voice as we travelled and the seats are not comfortable. The tour guide forgot to mention the important informations about the places we went to it's a good thing, our tour guide/driver to Putrajaya the day before gave us a very good historical insights about Malacca maybe due to the complaints of the other passengers who were hungry and kept on buying food as the tour guide was chattering. The worst was I almost fell from the bus as I was getting off due to recklessness of the driver and they even saw i was using a walking stick that day due to a bad back. i hope will not engage the services of said tour company with rude employees and have a policy regarding late passengers.

  • 01-Sep-2017

    This Malacca tour would have been an ideal one with an eager beaver for a tour guide with the name Gunar so with the driver also named gunar. we were picked up from our hotel at 8:45am as appointed for a 930 am departure for Malacca. there were 4 passengers then we went to pick up the rest from other hotels on the way to MATIC. we waited until 9:45am before we were told to be patient and wait for another couple who were late. the bus finally left MATIC at 10:15am to pick up 2 more passengers from the same hotel we stayed, where we were picked up at 8:45am. there are suppose to be 6 pax from our hotel but the pick up team never bothered to look for the 2 more passengers who were still taking their breakfast that caused the more than an hour delay by going back to pick them up at the hotel so the tour group can proceed to Malacca. We arrived in Malacca past 12 noon and we were rushed from one place to another to make up for the lost time. We finally had lunch at a local Chinese restaurant at past 2pm. after lunch, we were left at Jonker walk to take a stroll. then we went back to KL. while I was getting off the bus, the driver suddenly stepped on the bus accelarator that caused me to almost fell out of the bus. It's a good thing that my son as always extended his hands to help me descend from the bus and caught me. the tour guide nor the driver did not even bother to ask if i was ok but they just left. The pick up bus was nice but the tour bus used to go to Malacca was rickety and can hear all the engine noise instead of the tour guide's voice as we travelled and the seats are not comfortable. The tour guide forgot to mention the important informations about the places we went to it's a good thing, our tour guide/driver to Putrajaya the day before gave us a very good historical insights about Malacca maybe due to the complaints of the other passengers who were hungry and kept on buying food as the tour guide was chattering. The worst was I almost fell from the bus as I was getting off due to recklessness of the driver and they even saw i was using a walking stick that day due to a bad back. i hope will not engage the services of said tour company with rude employees and have a policy regarding late passengers.

  • 07-Aug-2017

    Very good day but the non stop rain spoiled the day but the trip was excellent

  • 07-Aug-2017

    Very good day but the non stop rain spoiled the day but the trip was excellent

  • 22-Apr-2017

    Lovely trip wasted by the fact the guide would only allow us to visit the sites that he thought we should visit. He was not pleased when we asked to stop at an antiques stall and hurried us along to the next shop where he could buy the produce that he thought we should buy. If you advertise an English guide provide one! Not someone who thinks they speak English. We found ourselves apologising to other travellers when they asked us to translate what he was saying!

  • 22-Apr-2017

    Lovely trip wasted by the fact the guide would only allow us to visit the sites that he thought we should visit. He was not pleased when we asked to stop at an antiques stall and hurried us along to the next shop where he could buy the produce that he thought we should buy. If you advertise an English guide provide one! Not someone who thinks they speak English. We found ourselves apologising to other travellers when they asked us to translate what he was saying!

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