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Getting Around Malacca

Malacca Information

The usual options are available to get around Malacca Town. Choose from taxis, buses and trishaws to move around the city.

For those places to visit located at the outskirts of the city, use a cab or charter your own car to get there.

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By Trishaw Rider

A trishaw ride is reminiscent of the days gone by. It is a thoroughly enjoyable way to get around Malacca along with the knowledgeable tour guide cum trishaw rider.

The trishaw pullers will take you to all the major tourist sites; they know them all like the back of their own hands. If you decide that the trishaw is the thing for you, then it would be helpful for you to know that you will be able to get them at the Dutch Square and outside the Mahkota Parade Shopping Centre.

Malacca by Taxi

A cab will take you anywhere you want to go for a fee. You can hail a taxi where ever you are from the road, as they pass by many routes. Do try to bargain your fare; although they are required by law to follow a meter, most do not so you can set the amount before boarding.

Malacca by Bus

As Malacca is a small place, taking the bus is an easy way of getting around. There aren't as many jams as big cities like Kuala Lumpur and Georgetown. Stations are available at designated spots around town but do keep coins for the ticket machines as they do not return change.

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