Malacca listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008, one of Malaysia’s hottest tourist destinations. Blending modern action with its surrounding Dutch, Peranakan and Portuguese architecture, Malacca has developed at a mind-boggling rate. Home to the oldest functioning mosque, Catholic Church and Buddhist temple in the country, the city is uber-friendly and is best represented by its Chinatown artists, cuisine and creative trishaws.
If you have the option of staying in Chinatown, its probably best since these busy grid of streets is what Malacca is all about and the illustrious Friday and Saturday Night Jonker Walk will literally be at your doorstep. The guide below will ensure that you find the right hotel in Malacca to fit your budget and standards.
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