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Doubletree by Hilton MelakaRM213
Hotel MetraSquare, Ayer Keroh, MelakaRM130
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Ayer Keroh is a well-developed town within the state of Malacca in Malaysia. It’s absolutely filled with as many shops, nearby local attractions and outstanding restaurants & hotels. The town is a hotspot for tourists which has led to constant expansion throughout all areas. Cultural attractions are in abundance, while you are given the opportunity to learn more about every aspect of Malacca’s rich biodiversity through the many gardens, parks and sanctuaries. Let’s see what else Ayer Keroh has waiting.
The toll gate at Ayer Keroh is the gateway into the state of Melaka. It is extremely easy to reach, regardless of where you are in Peninsular Malaysia. At 3 hours from Singapore, 2hours from Kuala Lumpur and just 1 hour from Seremban, this area is easy to reach and a very popular weekend getaway for Malaysians.
A good area to choose your hotel is within the town centre of Ayer Keroh. Here you’ll find all forms of accommodation ranging from hostels to budget hotels, mid-range lodgings and guesthouses. Most of the places to stay in Ayer Keroh are located in the sub-districts surrounding the town centre which makes them also within reach of many shops, restaurants and public transport providers.
Taman Bukit Damai is the sub-district to shop for high-end luxury accommodation in Ayer Keroh as well as the best homestays if you’re seeking an authentic experience. The guest houses, homestays and resort in this area offer the highest levels of comfort, with prices being quite reasonable given the facilities and amenities. It will take some time to reach the city centre by foot, but buses and taxis won’t be a problem.
Ayer Keroh’s Aborigines Museum is a showcase of the relics of the people native to Melaka in Malaysia. The entire structure is built to mimic a native house and displays the aborigines’ agricultural implements, design style, weapons, and fishing implements. You are also given a look at the heritage and cultural development of the locals, as well as their funeral and wedding rites.
The Malacca Botanical Garden, or Taman Botanikal Melaka, is an amazing area spanning over 359 hectares. There are over ten hectares of ground allocated as camping areas, while the rest includes recreational facilities such as the Malacca Forestry Museum, the Orang Asli Park, Deer Park, the Prehistoric Harden and massive playgrounds for your children. Explore the Malacca Botanical Garden through the many walking trails, just don’t forget to make your way to the suspension bridge for it offers a truly amazing view over the perfectly sculpted grounds.
Visitors to Ayer Keroh shouldn’t miss out on the Garden of a Thousand Flowers, or Taman Seribu Bunga. This massive area covers over 5.3 hectares and has beautiful arrangements of fountains, pergolas and other landscaping. A wide range of Asian flowers are on display which makes this the perfect place for avid gardeners to unwind.
Beef, Duck and Herbal Bak Kut Teh are found throughout Ayer Keroh and the rest of Malacca. The hot, peppery flavours will have you dying to sample more. This is one Malaysian soup which has strong, distinctive tastes suited to both locals and tourists.