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Malacca hotels on the map
The below Malacca hotels are featured on the Malacca map beginning from left to right and top to bottom.
- 2D Plaza Inn
- 2D Regal
- 2E Century Mahkota Hotel Malacca
- 3C Grand Continental Hotel Malacca
- 3C Majestic Hotel Malacca
- 3D City Bayview Hotel Malacca
- 3D The Emperor Hotel Malacca
- 3D Orkid Hotel Malacca
- 3D Palace
- 3D Renaissance Hotel Malacca
- 3E Equatorial Hotel Malacca
- 3E Metropole
- 3E Pan Pacific Legacy
- 4D Tan Kim Hock Hotel
- 5D Semabok Inn
- 5D Lotus Inn
Places of interest in Malacca
- 1C Tranquerah Mosque
The Tranquerah Mosque is a mosque in Malacca built with Sumatra elements in its style.
- 2D Baba Nyonya Heritage
A rich heritage museum located right in the heart of Malacca town, a short trishaw ride from the Malacca bus terminal.
- 2D Central Market
Malacca’s open design concept of a market complete with facilities, such as escalators, PA system and public toilets.
- 2D Hang Jebat Mausoleum
Grave of Malacca’s Warrior Hang Jebat
- 2D Hang Kasturi Mausoleum
Grave of another Malacca Warrior who like Hang Jebat, Hang Tuah, Hang Lekir and Hang Lekiu were Malay martial arts practitioners called ‘silat’.
- 2E A’ Famosa
The A’ Famosa fortress was built during the Portuguese rule over Malacca.
- 2E Bazaar
- 2E Stadhuys
Malacca’s Dutch legacy is very much alive in the distinctive red building called the Stadhuys, constructed in 1650 as the residence of the Dutch Governor and his deputy.
- 2E St. Paul’s Church
St. Francis Xavier was buried in the open grave here in 1553 before his body was transferred to Goa in India. The church has stunning view of Melaka.
- 3C St. Peter’s Church
- 3D Sam Po Kong Temple
- 3E Christ Church
Situated adjacent to the Stadhuys, this bright red structure is testimony to Dutch architectural ingenuity. Interesting features include the church’s handmade pews, ceiling beams (constructed without joints), brass bible, tombstone and ‘The Last Supper’ in glazed tiles.
- 3E Malacca Cultural Museum
A museum dedicated to Chinese mariner Admiral Cheng Ho, who visited Malacca six times during the 15th century.
- 3E Proclamation of Independence Memorial
Houses an exhibition that traces the history of the Malaysia’s journey to independence.
- 4C Bukit China
The largest Chinese cemetery outside of China. As the name implies, ‘Chinese Hill’ was the official settlement of the entourage that arrived with the Chinese Princess Hang Li Po.
- 4D Hang Li Po’s Well
During the height of the Chinese-Malaccan relations, Sultan Mansur Shah married Hang Li Poh, a Chinese princess. Built by the followers of Hang Li Po, the well was the only source of water during great droughts.
- 5E Dutch Fort
After a siege of 7 months the Dutch East India Company conquered this fort in 1641, repaired it and stayed in power for the next 150 years.
- 5F Portuguese Settlement
To the west of downtown Malacca, the Portuguese descendants founded their own settlement in the 1930s. Interesting evening trip to “Medan Portugis” to have a feast in the various Portuguese seafood restaurants. Nothing much to see, it’s all about the people and their delicious food.
- 5E Portuguese Square
Portuguese Square has a mild affinity to Portugal and known to be ‘Mini Lisbon’ in Malacca.
Public Services in Malacca
- 2C Bus Station
- 2C Express Bus Station
- 2E Malacca Tourist Police Station
- 2E State Tourist Information Centre
- 3D Express Bus Terminal
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