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Situated in Klebang Kechil, this hotel is close to Geok Hu Keng Temple, Oriental Melaka Straits Medical Centre, and Straits Chinese Jewellery Museum. Also nearby ...
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The town of Klebang Kechil, is a small but busy area in Malacca which offers travellers a great range of things to see and do. The food in this area is known to be outstanding, there are numerous restaurants serving up a range of both local and western food. The surrounding vicinity has many cultural and historical landmarks amid the beautiful, serene setting that the natural surroundings provide. Here we’ll be exploring Klebang Kechil and informing you of the highlights of this great holiday destination.
Throughout Klebang Kechil, you will see the influence of Peranankan culture. Malacca is a great region to explore by foot, however finding a bus or taxi from anywhere in Klebang Kechil is quick and easy. Be on the lookout for trishaws if you are looking for an interesting tour where a local guides you to the best local attractions, alternatively opt to hire a bicycle. This is one of the best ways to travel the state.
Pekan Klebang has quite a few mid-range (three-star) hotels and budget offerings. Due to being situated along a public transport route, you won’t ever have any hassles getting around town. Your other option in this area is the cottages and villas found around the town centre of Klebang Kechil. The prices are competitive and the great position puts you within walking distance of many local attractions.
The Submarine Museum was once submarine which was used in the training of the Royal Malaysian Navy between 2005 and 2009. This massive decommissioned submarine was opened as a museum to the public in 2011 and has drawn countless visitors each year. The interior is beautifully refurbished which allows visitors to explore this immaculate Agosta class 70 submarine in its full splendour, which now houses artefacts and memorabilia.
Klebang Beach, or Pantai Klebang, is a busy area which is packed full of people over weekends and holidays. This stretch of beach is extremely clean and has many traders nearby. Exploring the sand dunes of the man-made Klebang Beach makes for a great day in the sun and gives some great photo opportunities. Despite the scenic location, the waters are not suitable for swimming but the beach is still well-worth a visit.
Travel through Harmony Street to find three sacred sites in one convenient location. Here you can find the magnificent Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, the oldest Chinese Temple to be found in Malaysia. Within the street there is also the Kampung Kling Mosque and the Hindu Sri Poyatha Moorthi Temple. There are very few places where you can find three separate faiths all being celebrated and commemorated in the same place. Another highlight is the nearby Geok Hu Keng Buddhist temple. Carrying over 130-years of history, this is a sight which you don’t want to miss.
In the vicinity of Jalan Lagenda you can find the majority of shopping complexes. The malls here are state-of-the-art and have a great range of local and international retailers. A cinema, two mega-malls and a technology centre are all found within this region.
The Jonker Street Night Market is a must see for anyone who wishes to browse through local produce and cuisine, while enjoying some of the most vibrant night life in Malacca. From live entertainment to bright architecture, a great atmosphere and an abundance of souvenirs to pick from, this is a night market which you don’t want to miss.