What to Visit in Melaka

 Jonker Walk

Jonker walk is well known for its art galleries, antique shops, among them goldsmiths, watch repaires, clog makers and beaded shoemakers, food outlets, and many more. It is truly a place whre the culture and tradition of Malacca seem to seep from every nook and cranny of the quaint little shops which line this street. The street becomes a flea market for antique lovers. Bagi kamu pecinta barang antik dan hal-hal yang berbau sejarah, nah matamu akan dimanjakan dengan pemandangan nan menarik di sepajang jalan ini. 

The gate of Melaka


 





Ornamen khas India terdapat di sepanajang jalan menuju Museum

Mallaca Heritage Centre

This museum is a real hundred plus year old family home that has been faithfully maintained, and is now a unique and truly authentic Peranakan experience, complete in every way. It represents beautiful furniture, unique decor, and a truly magical ambience. Nice place with very neatly maintained its old heritage. The house is simple but carefully restored with many personal collectables. Visit the Malacca Heritage Centre and enter a place untouched by time, a place where a unique heritage has been meticulously maintained, a place that is still a family and ancestral home, filled with the objects and spirit of the Peranakan culture of Malacca, as it’s been for more than a hundred years. Featured at the Centre is a large collection of Peranakan furniture, antiques, ceramics, and wedding paraphernalia, including gold thread wedding costumes and elaborately decorated ranjang loksan (bridal bed), adorned with tassels, embroidery, and intricate bead work.

 

 Melaka Umno Museum

Melaka Umno Museum is located along Jalan Kota, in Bandar Hilir, which is the museum belt of Malacca. The museum showcases historical exhibits related to the founding and struggles. Among the items displayed are old photographs, letters and other documents.

The reason to site the museum in Malacca is, among others, because Umno was founded in this state. The UMNO (United Malays National Organization) Museum movement provides a historical account to this political party, which has played an important role in shaping the political scene in Malaysia since the days of independence. As such, it is a worthy historical subject matter that might interest pure political historians and proud Malaysian nationals. Museum rooms are simply wall-to-wall text of the history of UMNO with little else to see. The information is well presented. You might find time and the reasons are enough to pop in for a visit to learn a bit about the UMNO.





 

The Stadthuy Muzium


This place is for you to know a bit about the history of Malacca and Malaysia. The Portuguese came here, the Dutch (who moved on to Indonesia) who were the force behind The Stadthuys, the Clock tower, then the British who ruled Malaysia till 31 August 1957 when it gained Independence. Tourism info has free internet and air conditioner. There is an unerring aura that grabs your senses. Your present is caught in the past; strange. Christ Church beckons, arching into your memory lanes. Queen Victoria’s Fountain – ever majestic; forever sparkling.


                    

Melaka River Cruise

Melaka River Cruise as a reminder back to the grandiose days of the influential and powerful empire of "The Melaka Malay Sutanate" which led to merchant world-over to come to trade and commerce which incredibly led Portuguese Tomes Pires to name the state as "Venice of The East". The song of Malay will accompany you while cruising this river. It's really bring you back to the Malay Kingdom atmosphere.




The Maritime Museum Complex

Melaka River Cruise as a reminder back to the grandiose days of the influential and powerful empire of "The Melaka Malay Sutanate" which led to merchant world-over to come to trade and commerce which incredibly led Portuguese Tomes Pires to name the state as "Venice of The East". The song of Malay will accompany you while cruising this river. It's really bring you back to the Malay Kingdom atmosphere.



 

The Restaurant and Hotel

There were many restaurants, Inns, or hotels in Melaka. I choose Hajjah Restaurant because of Malay taste and halal food.Seadfood with hot sambal is really nice to enjoy. Located in the centre of Melaka, this restaurant is easy enough to find..

Halal and Malay Taste restaurant





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