Visit Melaka Straits Mosque, the famous floating mosque. Have Lunch (Tangkak Beef Noodles).
(Optional) Shop at the famous outlet store in Johor Bahru, JPO. Go back to Singapore (arrival time depends on local traffic)
We hope you had an enjoyable vacation with comelah and we look forward to bring you to your next holiday destination
Malacca is a Malaysian state located next to the Strait of Malacca, in the southern region of the Malay Peninsula, and became a historic city in 1989. In 2008, Malacca was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, signifying its historical importance and uniqueness. Malacca is known for its diverse mix of cultures, with every group upholding their tradition, eventually creating an exceptional melting pot of different customs, food and religion.
The state has a multitude of historical buildings and sites that are preserved by museums and galleries across Malacca. Apart from its immensely rich history and culture, Malacca is also known for being a food paradise that offers incredibly delicious food from different cuisines. From western cafes that have Asian-inspired dishes to a unique rendition of the classic chicken rice, Malacca is the perfect location for food lovers to visit. Many of the cafes in Malacca have beautiful interiors, giving you the opportunity to capture many Instagram-worthy pictures. Those that love local food can also find a wide array of excellent restaurants serving authentic local dishes that are known to be very tasty and filling. You can also enjoy walking around the vibrant market at Jonker Street where there are numerous cafes, attractions and historical landmarks. The hawkers and store owners are known to be friendly and polite, making it an excellent place for any tourist to visit for a short weekend getaway.
With our tour package, you can enjoy scrumptious food from famed stores in Malacca, and visit a well-known religious landmark. You can also eat the delicious street food that can be found at Jonker Walk, Malacca’s famous night market. At night, Jonker Walk becomes a lively place for visitors to try their bargaining skills at some of the numerous stores available. At Jonker Walk, you can find incredible and authentic souvenirs to bring home for your family and friends. A visit to Malacca will not be complete without going to the majestic floating mosque that features an impressive and awe-inspiring interior. As conservative attire is mandatory for anyone that wishes to visit the holy space, those dressed inappropriately will be asked to wear the loosely fitting clothes and hijabs offered by the mosque. The extraordinary architecture is one that everyone should see when he or she visits Malacca.
Plan your trip to Malacca by signing up for our tour package, and enjoy a fantastic experience visiting a city with incredible historical and cultural influence. As the Malaysian state is only a short distance away from Singapore, locals should undoubtedly consider heading there for a day of eating delicious food from different cuisines.