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Located in Tanjung Kling, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Geok Hu Keng Temple, St Paul's Church, and A Famosa. Kampung Hulu Mosque and Baba Nyonya Heritage ...
Pantai Puteri HotelRM99Pantai Puteri HotelRM99
Located in Tanjung Kling, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Geok Hu Keng Temple, A Famosa, and St Paul's Church. Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum and Kampung Kling ...
Everly Resort Hotel MalaccaGet RatesEverly Resort Hotel MalaccaGet Rates
Located in the heart of Malacca, this spa hotel is steps from Hatten Square, Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall, and Mahkota Medical Center. Mahkota Parade Shopping ...
Hatten Hotel MelakaRM163Hatten Hotel MelakaRM163
Situated in Malacca, this resort is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Pantai Hospital and within 6 mi (10 km) of Malacca Zoo and Melaka International Bowling Centre. Melaka ...
Bayou Lagoon Park ResortRM129Bayou Lagoon Park ResortRM129
Located in the heart of Malacca, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Red Square, A Famosa, and St Paul's Church. Pantai Hospital is 4.4 mi (7.1 km) away.
The Shore Hotel & ResidencesRM177The Shore Hotel & ResidencesRM177
Situated in Malacca, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Portuguese Settlement and A Famosa. St Paul's Church is 1.6 mi (2.6 km) away.
Doubletree by Hilton MelakaRM188Doubletree by Hilton MelakaRM188
Kampong Baharu Sungai Udang in Malacca, Malaysia, lies adjacent to the Sungai Udang River. This scenic location is filled with history. From the ruins of a fort to the ancient church, temples and mosque found in the region, the culture of development of Malacca is clearly exhibited throughout the area. It is a great place to explore by foot and a top holiday destination for any visitor to Malaysia. Let’s take a closer look at what Kampong Baharu Sungai Udang has waiting.
The diverse blend of ethnic influences has resulted in some of the most beautiful architecture in Malaysia. This has also made an impact on the food served in and around Kampong Baharu Sungai Udang. From Perakanese cuisine to Indian delicacies, traditional Chinese food and Malay meals at their best, you will be spoilt for choice.
The beachfront hotels are a top choice among travellers. All the way along the waterfront you can find excellent providers of accommodation giving you all modern amenities. The positioning could not be better. Hotels here range from 2-stars upward, with luxury resorts also being available.
Homestays in Malacca are another hit. The rates and service are both outstanding, while the guidance of the locals ensures that you don’t miss the highlights of the area. This is also one of the best ways to ensure that you taste traditional food served in an authentic manner. The hospitality of the locals is outstanding.
St Paul's Church is the oldest church is Malaysia and the entire Southeast Asia. Found at the top of St. Paul’s Hill, this church is part of the Melaka Museum Complex. Built in 1521, the building is in ruins but local have done their best to preserve the site. The old Portuguese tombstones found here are both intricate and fascinating, while the towering walls grant a sense of the wonder which this massive church once inspired. Within this vicinity you can also find A Famosa, the remains of a Portuguese fortress and the “Stadthuys” marked by its red clocktower. Don’t forget to bring your camera when visiting this beautiful historical area.
The Geok Hu Keng Temple has stood for over 130-years and is still a very importance site for the Buddhist community. Here you can find rituals being carried out eight times during the cycle of a lunar month. If you are fortunate enough to be in the area during the third day of the Chinese New Year, then you are in for a fantastic celebration. Either way, don’t miss the chance to explore this beautiful temple during any time of the month.
Another fantastic sacred site is the Kampung Hulu Mosque. Found in Harmony Street beside the Sri Poyatha Moorthi Temple and the Cheng Hoong Teng Temple, this is a beautiful building frequented by worshippers on a daily basis. The brilliance of the architecture comes as a result of the influence of Sumatran, Chinese, Hindu and Melaka Malay culture. As the oldest mosque in Malacca, this is a place which no visitor should overlook. Its close vicinity to the other religious sites makes for a great way to spend the afternoon.
The AEON Bandaraya Melaka Shopping Centre is the largest in the area and offers travellers the chance to browse a vast selection of local and international retail outlets. Found near the bus station, this mall is easily accessible from any part of town and has a great variety of shops and a top-class cinema.