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Kampung Bukit Katil is a village within the Bukit Katil Mukim of Malacca, Malaysia. This busy area is filled with numerous shops and restaurants, while its great location puts you in a fantastic area to explore the rest of Malacca. There are simply so many historical and cultural sites in Malacca that you will be spoilt for choice. Here’s a closer look at the highlights of Kampung Bukit Katil and its surrounding locale.
Malacca is steeped in culture and history and there is no better place to begin your discovery of the area than Kampung Bukit Katil. This village is packed with shops and restaurants all within walking distance of each other. If you stay in the area, you can rest assured that there will always be something interesting to see and do, at just a stone’s throw away.
Your best accommodation option in this area is the local homestays. Take advantage of the well-priced lodgings offered by the locals. The comfort and convenience of having an entire home at your disposal while being catered to by the local owners is unparalleled while the price is comparable to staying at a three-star hotel.
If you are looking for more conventional accommodation such as a hostel, apartment or hotel, then it would be best to shop around the hospital in Ayer Keroh. Here you can find everything from basic 2-star rooms to luxury resorts and hotels. Both the rates and quality of accommodation are great.
The Melaka Zoo & Night Safari, is a must see for any visitors to Kampung Bukit Katil. Prepare for the wildlife adventure of your life in the 54-acre zoo, the second largest in Malaysia. A particular highlight of the zoo is the night safari. This guided tour allows you to observe the nocturnal wildlife of Malaysia, while been taught more of the conservation and biodiversity of the area. From bird shows to elephant feeding, there is a lot to do at the zoo.
If you are looking for entertainment of a more conventional sense, then head to the Melaka International Bowling Centre. Here you will find a 52-lane bowling alley within the 10,000-square metre, or 11,959-square yard, complex. This double-story facility has ample parking, an in-house restaurant and café and even meeting facilities for business functions. There are even a few small motorized vehicles for your kids to keep themselves entertained.
Discover the Peranakan heritage of this area by visiting the Baba and Nyonya Peranakan Museum. This museum is housed within an actual Peranakan townhouse will has been immaculately preserved. The guide will take you through the household and divulge many of the fascinating details of the local culture. Don’t miss this great exploration of the history of Kampung Bukit Katil.
The Melaka Botanical Garden beside Ayer Keroh Recreational Forest is a beautifully landscaped area with many walking trails and quiet, shady areas perfect for a picnic. This is one of the best places to discover the diverse plant life of the region. From waterfalls to children’s playgrounds, a suspension bridge granting great views over the area and the presence of the local Malacca Forestry Museum, this are grants many activities for the whole family.
Don’t miss the Pasar Malam Bukit Katil, or the night market found in this area. As with most local markets, the area is filled with traders showing of their wares. From local fruit and vegetables to seafood and souvenirs, this is a great place to browse the best of Malacca’s trade goods.