Malacca City is one of the most unique places in the country, where modern establishments and traditional customs co-exist harmoniously. As a UNESCO World Heritage site, visitors worldwide flock to Malacca City for a glimpse of Malacca's rich history dating back to the 1600s. From A'Famosa (one of the oldest surviving European architectural remains in Asia) to the Melaka Sultanate Palace, Malacca City is Malaysia’s unofficial historical state.
Malacca City is also the place for a satisfying collection of local and international delicacies as well as nocturnal hotspots, all conveniently located in the heart of bustling city. While Jonker Street is an antique collector's haven, the bustling Malacca City caters to a more urban clientele, with three of Malacca's most happening shopping Malls within close proximity to each other. To fully experience the diversity of Malacca City's traditional and urban attractions, check out our ten best places to visit, shop, dine, and go after the sun sets.
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