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Malacca HotelsWorldwide Hotels Asia Hotels Malaysia Hotels Malacca Hotels
Modern-day Malacca is a vibrant old city that belies its wealth of history. It is almost ranked as the second most poluar city to vist in Malaysia. The experinces visiting Malacca is unique; its rich historical background earned it a World Heritage Site designation in July 2008.
Due to it's small city size, so traveling on foot could be the best idea. You can also rent a bike. Don't be ignorant and stand in the middle of the road holding up traffic in order to take pictures of buildings, for heaven's sake. (This happens!). Driving sense is usually good and traffic laws are adhered to.
Metered Taxis are just about everywhere. Chartered taxis on Jalan Kee Ann also travel within the city and should not cost more than RM10 per ride.
Trishaws, complete with blaring pop music and fake flowers are available as well for short trips between tourist spots or circular tours. The drivers are very cheerful and friendly. The going rate is RM 40 per hour, but settles any price in advance
•See Malacca from the Taming Sari Revolving Tower. Jalan Merdeka, 75000 Melaka. The 110m-tower seats 66 people at a time, taking them on a 7-minute ride offering breathtaking 360-degree views of the historic city and the coastline. Do it after taking a stroll of the town, and it will give you a whole new perspective of Malacca.Admission Fees for MyKad Holders: RM10 for adults, RM5 for children below 12 years old, and RM7 for senior citizens above 55 years old. Admission Fees for Visitors without MyKad: RM20 for adults, RM10 for children below 12 years old, and RM17 for senior citizens above 55 years old. Operating hours: 10AM to 10PM daily
•Melaka River Cruise - a 45 minute cruise along Melaka river where once it was a main trade area of Melaka during its Golden era. Night cruise is more interesting as we can see lights lit on the riverbank's buildings, water fountain show and bridges. Tickets: Adult RM 10, Child RM 5.
•Take a ride on Panorama Melaka bus. It will sure bring a whole new experience to tourists. These imported ever popular London double-decker red buses will show you Melaka City London style. Sit on the open air upper deck, feel the city air and watch Melaka lights in the night. You can hop on and off at any of the stops. RM 5 per day.
•Jonker Walk - Jonker Walk  is an open air night market held every weekend (and recently extended to eve of public holidays) evening to late night. Have a leisure stroll along the street, observing the locals' life, catching a free performance and shop for some local souvenirs can be a wonderful and unforgettable experience. Do bargain, and try some unique stuff to eat, like grapes-dipped in chocolate or caramel encrusted kiwis. Kaya(a spread made from coconut) filled waffles is a must-try. Cheap chinese electroni playthings are available too if you have an appetite for them.
•Go fly a kite, literally - Go to Klebang Beach and buy a cheap kite (fighter-style, but nowhere near that well-constructed) with Japanese cartoon characters on it for RM 1.50, or a styrofoam airplane for RM 5 if you don't have the necessary kite-flying mad skills.
•Night Market / Pasar Malam - Night Market or more known as Pasar Malam is a market that is held from evening to around 9PM at night everyday(though at different locations, eg. Tuesday in Kampung Lapan and Friday in Malim). This is a good way to observe the life of locals. Pasar Malam sells basically almost anything, from food to clothing, small electronics to medicine.