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Hatten Hotel Melaka - Malacca Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hatten Hotel Melaka

Hatten Square, Jln Merdeka, Malacca - Map
"Accessible to major malls & Jonker street"
Good location. Room Cleanliness exceeds expectation. A very comfortable & hassle free stay. Keep it up.
Traveller from SG
Hotel Sentral Riverview, Melaka - Malacca Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel Sentral Riverview, Melaka

177,Jalan Tun Ali, Malacca - Map
Very comfortable stay although just for one night...the staff voluntarily made omelette for me and my husband although we came late for breakfast (which was almost over). We get a free upgrade to room (King bed).
A Traveller
Mahkota Hotel Melaka - Malacca Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Mahkota Hotel Melaka

No 16, Jalan Syed Abdul Aziz, Malacca - Map
"Great Location"
Spent two weeks in this hotel as I was on personal business the hotel housekeeping was very good and the comfortable. Was not impressed with the sales and marketing staff made our meeting room booking a nightmare.
Traveller from Los Angeles, Ca
Hotel Equatorial Melaka - Malacca Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Equatorial Melaka

Bandar Hilir, Malacca - Map
"Good hotel with good location"
Everything is within walking distance. The rooms are also very spacious. I book it again if I'm in Malacca.
Traveller from singapore
Euro Rich Hotel Melaka - Malacca Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Euro Rich Hotel Melaka

No.8 Jalan PM13, Malacca - Map
I stayed in Superior King Plus (No Window).The room was nice ,comfortable and clean. It was not stuffy since the air condition was good.The staffs was friendly and helpful.
A Traveller
The Ninety Six Boutique Hotel - Malacca Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Ninety Six Boutique Hotel

11 & 13, Jalan KL 3/10A, Malacca - Map
Room and washroom are quite spacious, comfortable bed, big cupboard with hangers. Cleanliness should be improved as there are dust on the floor, some stains on the extra pillows, and the cupboard smells. Glad that the washroom is clean though.
Traveller from Kuala Lumpur
Seri Costa Hotel - Malacca Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Seri Costa Hotel

Jalan PM 8, Plaza Mahkota, Malacca - Map
"Ok budget hotel"
Stayed in a superior room for one night. Bed linen was dirty with black stains all over. Breakfast was okay but the replenishing the food was a little slow.
Traveller from Kuala Lumpur
Estadia Hotel - Malacca Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Estadia Hotel

Jalan Merdeka, Bandar Hilir, Malacca - Map
"Pleasant stay at Estadia Hotel"
The location is very good. Hotel was fully booked on Sat & Sun. Many Singaporeans here. Melaka has changed a lot from a sleepy town to a nice getaway for the weekend. Easy drive from Singapore to Melaka.
Traveller from Singapore
Swiss-Garden Hotel & Residences Malacca - Malacca Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Swiss-Garden Hotel & Residences Malacca

T2-4 The Shore @ Melaka River, Malacca - Map
"Good example of good hotel"
One of the best hotels I have ever stayed.The staff were friendly and helpful.Room was clean and aircon was cold.Location was also convenient and there was many eatery shops around.Parking was easy and free and safe with tight security.
A Traveller
The Imperial Heritage Melaka - Malacca Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Imperial Heritage Melaka

1, Jalan Merdeka, Malacca - Map
"Nice hotel... Convenient..."
Staffs are polite & friendly... Easy access to shopping mall, tourist attraction...
A Traveller

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    About Malacca

    Full of colonial charm, the small historic state of Malacca is one of Southeast Asia’s top holiday hotspots. This magnificent province of the Malay Peninsula features historical influences from former European powers, including the British, Portuguese and Dutch. That said, it retains a distinct Malay flavour in Malaccan culture. Also a World Heritage city, Malacca is a great tourist destination.

    Top Attractions in Malacca

    Malacca is packed with exciting landmarks and attractions.The diversity of cultural influences in the state has led to a rich landscape of religious sites and architecture. On a trip to Malacca, experience Buddhist and Chinese temples, including the 130-year-old Geok Hu Keng Temple, and the sometimes-eerie Poh San Teng Temple. The Portuguese-built Christ Church in Malacca is a definite must-see, with its sacramental ornaments and floors that are lined with tombstones from years long before. Mosques in Malacca are also interesting for travellers to visit, including the brilliant Malacca Straits Mosque.

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    It’s easy to explore nature and wildlife while staying in Malacca. Families travelling to Malacca can view animals from around Malaysia at the Butterfly and Reptile Sanctuary. Or come face to face with unique species at the Malacca Zoo, which is regarded as the best zoological site in Malaysia. Visitors can also escape to nature at the nearby Gunung Ledang Johor National Park, where it is as stunning as Mother Nature can get.

    Museums dot the Malaccan cityscape, so culture vultures have ample opportunities to dive into the rich history of the state. Inside the capital’s heritage area, one of the more interesting sites is the Maritime Museum, which takes visitors into Malacca’s long and fruitful association with the sea.

    Restaurants and Bars

    Traditional Malaccan food is highly sought after, thanks to their unique mix of flavours. Asam pedas is the main dish in the state, while other dishes like cencaluk and the chilli prawn paste sambal belacan are also highly recommended. One of the more unique dining options in Malacca is satay celup, which sees diners dipping meats of all kinds into boiling satay sauce. As in the rest of Malaysia, Chinese and Indian food is easily found everywhere around Malacca.

    If you are looking for unique flavours, definitely go for Eurasian food and Nyonya restaurants in Malacca.

    The nightlife in the state is generally limited, although visitors will find various bars in the Melaka Raya area.

    Shopping in Malacca

    Malacca is famous for its antiques and markets. The Jonker Walk Night Market, which resides along Jalan Hang Jebet, is one of the cheapest shopping spots in the state, and among the most interesting. It operates every Friday and Saturday evening. Antique dealers can be found throughout Malacca’s capital.


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