Historical Malacca Uncovered

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day tour

Tour Level: Moderate

Tour Comfort: Standard

Tour Period: Morning

tour highlights

  • Learn about Malacca's colonial history
  • Visit the oldest Chinese temple on the Malaysian Peninsular
  • Wander through Fortress Porta de Santiago, built more than 500-years ago
  • Discover St. Paul's Church, the burial site of St. Francis Xavier

tour details

This full day tour brings you to Malacca formerly ruled by the Portuguese, Dutch and lastly the British over a period of 400 years. Visit the pink-colored Stadhuys, Cheng Hoon Teng the oldest Chinese temple in the Peninsular, the Portuguese Fortress Porta de Santiago built in 1511, St. Paul’s Church where St. Francis Xavier was once buried and much more.

tour description

Also known as 'the historic state', Malacca is located in the southern portion of the Malay Peninsular and sits directly next to the famous Straits of Malacca. Before the arrival of the first Sultan to Malacca, this city was a quaint fishing village - a far cry from today's bustling and vibrant streets. As you depart for this wonderful full-day tour, you'll experience the history and architecture of Malacca's colonial history. Under colonial rule for nearly 400 years, Malacca has been ruled by the British, Portuguese and the Dutch. As you wander the streets, you'll visit the pink-colored Stadhuys and Cheng Hoon Teng, the oldest Chinese temple in the peninsular. Finally, you'll explore the grounds of Porta de Santiago, a Portuguese Fortress built in 1511 and the beautiful St. Paul's Church.


  • Transfer included : Yes
  • Meals included : Lunch at Local Restaurant
Tour code: KULDMMAT

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