Top 5 Malacca Tours & Activities
Most Popular Tours & Activities in Melaka
While Langkawi is renowned for its tourist-friendly beaches and Penang is the food capital of the country, Malacca – one of Malaysia’s tourism trump cards – offers something different.
Joining the ranks of UNESCO-listed World Heritage Sites such as the Vatican City, Ayutthaya and the District of Old Québec, it features a good list of well-preserved heritage architecture and historical sites.
1Dutch Heritage Trails of Malacca This tour departs from Kuala Lumpur0
Founded in 1400, the Sultanate of Malacca was once the greatest and most powerful empire and seaport in South East Asia. For hundreds of years, the Portuguese, Dutch and British successively established supremacy over the wealth of Malacca's silk and spice trade.2Menara Taming Sari Malacca City0
The country’s first revolving gyro tower, Menara Taming Sari is one of Malacca’s kitschiest attractions. The cabin takes groups of tourists 80m to the top, and then slowly turns 360 degrees, before descending. You’ll see plenty of families with kids lining up to have a go and the sights at the apex make the queues worthwhile. Read More...0
A sprawling 520ha water park, located approximately 24km north of Malacca City, A’Famosa Resort comprises a hotel with an onsite indoor and outdoor theme park as well as an international championship golf course. Besides the popular wet theme park, there’s the 60ha Animal World Safari. Plus, there’s Cowboy Town – an old west theme park popular for its beer garden with cowboys, cowgirls and country songs. Read More...4Melaka Wonderland Theme Park Ayer Keroh0
Fairly-new Melaka Wonderland Theme Park is popular for its highspeed water slides and thrill rides. Located in Ayer Keroh, it’s surrounded by 360ha of natural recreational forest and all in all, there are over 16 attractions including the Lazy-Cum-Crazy River, 1 Big Wave pool, Adventure Island, Anaconda Twist, The Pendulum and more. Read More...5Kite-Flying & Horse-Riding Tanjung Kling0
Named after the Tamil immigrants from Madras who first populated this village, Tanjung Kling is a seaside strip that’s thoroughly popular with the young local crowd and tourists. Formerly known as Pantai Kundur, you’ll see kids flying kites plus there are operators along this strip for horse-riding excursions. Read More...