Private tour to Malacca from KL is a great way to experience the rich history and unique culture of Malacca, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in a short amount of time. The tour allows visitors to explore historic landmarks, taste delicious food, and experience the charming atmosphere of this colonial city. Additionally, the tour is affordable and convenient, making it perfect for travelers on a tight schedule.
Traveler may have doubts “is it worth to have Malacca day trip from KL?”. The answer is absolutely! Malacca is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, rich in history, culture and cuisine. A day trip from Kuala Lumpur is an affordable and convenient way to experience the city’s unique architecture, delicious food. As well as charming atmosphere making it a must-visit destination in Malaysia.
Expect to discover a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Malaysia’s most charming cities on the Malacca day tour from KL. You’ll explore historic landmarks, taste delicious food, and experience the city’s unique culture and atmosphere, all while enjoying a comfortable and convenient guided tour.
Here are some highlights of the Kuala Lumpur to Malacca day trip
09.00 am: Pick up from Kuala Lumpur and transfer to Melaka. Duration: 2 hours.
11.00 am: Arrive at Melaka. We will go to Jonker Street and have lunch at famous Lim Jit Chicken Rice Ball Restaurant.
After lunch, we will do a short walk at Jonker Street visiting Riverside of Melaka for some Murals and historical buildings and sites. Along the way, can try Cendols , local snacks etc at own expenses.
02.00 pm: Melaka River Cruise Tour (45 minutes).
03.00 pm: We will do the Melaka Walking Guided Tour visit:
1) St Paul’s Hill & St. Paul’s Church (1521) – The oldest church which is the church ruins that situated on the top of the St Paul’s Hill. The hill was formely called as Malacca Hill.
2) Melaka Sultanate Palace Museum – The Malacca Sultanate Palace is located at the foot of Saint Paul’s Hill, conveniently at the end of a walking trail that leads straight from the ruins of Saint Paul’s Church on higher ground. The immediate vicinity of the Sultanate Palace contains other museums covering the history and culture of Malacca and the Malays: the Stamp Museum, the Islamic Museum of Malacca, and the Malacca Architecture Museum.
3) A’Famosa Fort (1511) – The settlement used to sprawl across a whole hillside but now only a lone gate (Porta de Santiago) remains. One of the oldest surviving European architectural remains in Asia.
4) Stadthuys (1650) – Known as Dutch Square or Red square due to Dutch-inspired red buildings. It is the most recognizable landmark in Malacca
06.00 pm: Dinner at Melaka Nyonya Village or other restaurants (depend on group size).
Menu: Asam Fish, Lemongrass Chicken, Fried Squid, Nyonya Minced Chicken meat Taufu (beancurd) , Otak Otak , Nyonya Curry Vege, Stir fried Vege, Soup of the day, Nyonya Pudding, Rice, Chinese Tea.
07.00 pm: Drive to KL.
09.00 pm: Drop off. Tour ends.
Ride of Trishaw at Dutch square (at own expenses)– A trishaw is essentially a bicycle with a trailer with seats on the back. They were once the main mode of transport in Melaka before cars came in but today they are a massive tourist attraction. **RM40 per hour-fixed by the council.