Malacca is the oldest state in Malaysia with a rich history of a luxurious trading port that dates back to the 12th century until its invasion by the Portuguese, Dutch, British, and Japanese from 1511 until the country’s independence. To experience Malacca is to take your time to explore its historical remnants or Porta de Santiago, St Peter’s church and the replica of Flor de la Mar. Visit the galleries, antique shops and private museums for a taste of ancient Malacca during its glorious days. Don’t miss out the nook and crannies and well-kept secrets of back lanes home-operated restaurants serving the best local delicacies such as nyonyalaksa and cendol.
1030: Arrival at Malacca
~ The dutch square
~ A Famosa -The Portuguese Fort
~ st.Paul's Church
~ The Jonkers - Antique street
~ Cheng Hoon Teng Oldest Chinese Temple
Note: No Meals, No boat ride ticket