It takes 2 hours from Kuala Lumpur to reach the old historical city. On arrival, our tour starts with a visit to Bukit Cina the largest Chinese cemetery outside of China.Then proceed to St.Peter’s Church which built in 1710.
We will start the walking tour from the St Francis Xavier Church built in 1849, which features authentic French architectural design. We then visit the Stadthuys, built by the Dutch as the official residence of the Dutch governors before coming to the Christ Church, completed in 1753 with its bright red structure. We then ascend up St Paul’s Hill to visit the St Paul’s Church where St Francis Xavier was temporary buried before his body was moved to Goa, India.
As we descend, we shall pass by the Melaka Sultanate Palace which is a wooden replica of the 15th century Malay Sultanate palace and Porta de Santiago which is part of the fortress of Fortaleza de Melaka built by the Portuguese.
Thereafter we will proceed to the unique Baba & Nyona Museum followed by a stroll along the colorful Jonker Street. Finally, we will enroute to Portuguese settlement before we transfer you back to Kuala Lumpur.
|Pick Up Time||Duration||Cost|
|Adult||Children (3-12 Years)|
Min 3 Adults
|Bukit Cina / Chinese Hill – Largest Chinese cemetery outside of China|
|St.Peter’s Church – built in 1710.|
|St Francis Xavier Church – built in 1849|
|Dutch Square – Stadhuys 1641 – 1660 / Chirst Church 1753 / Queen Victoria Fountain 1901.|
|Ruins of St. Paul’s Church – View of Straits of Malacca / A’famosa porta Da’ Santiago|
|Melaka Sultanate Palace|
|Maritime Museum Complex|
|Taming Sari Tower|
|Baba & Nyonya Museum|
|Chinatown – Jonker street|