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Malacca City

Malacca City

4.5/5155 Reviews
Strait/Fjord
Historical Site
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site  
Open all day. (Local time)
Malacca is the home of the Malacca Kingdom. The capital city of Malacca is the ancient city of Malaysia. It was once the capital of the Malacca Kingdom and is located in the southern section of the eastern shore of the Straits of Malacca. Because Malacca is in an important geographical position, business has always flourished, and East and West immigrants live here. Therefore, language, religion, customs and habits, etc., combine the characteristics of the countries of the world and are unique.
A'Famosa

A'Famosa

4.3/5264 Reviews
Castle
7:00-20:00 (Local time)
San Diego Castle is one of Malacca's must-see attractions and a photo taking place. It is a fortress built by the Portuguese in 1511. The castle is regarded by the locals as the spiritual symbol of Malacca. The Castle of Santiago is a Portuguese-style building of the early 16th century. It was built by the Portuguese after the occupation of Malacca in 1511. In 1607, the castle was destroyed by the Dutch, and only the gate survived. This can also overlook the city of Malacca, the old port and the Straits of Malacca.
St. Paul's Hill

St. Paul's Hill

4.6/587 Reviews
Historical Site
Mountain
Hang Li Po Well

Hang Li Po Well

4/557 Reviews
Historical Site
St. John's Fort

St. John's Fort

4/537 Reviews
Historical Site
Hang Jebat Tomb

Hang Jebat Tomb

4.1/518 Reviews
Cemetery
Hang Jebat Mausoleum

Hang Jebat Mausoleum

4/519 Reviews
Cemetery
Melaka Clock Tower

Melaka Clock Tower

4.8/54 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site  
Kampung Hulu Mosque

Kampung Hulu Mosque

5/51 Reviews
Historical Site
Masjid Selat Melaka

Masjid Selat Melaka

5/51 Reviews
Historical Site