Melaka is known as a historical city and it boasts an eclectic blend of colonial Peranakan Chinese and traditional Malay architecture. This city contains many traces of the empires that once contested this region and provides a home for immigrants from across Asia. Let us now have a look at some interesting places to visit this beautiful city.
- St. Paul`s Church: the ruins of this church are at the summit of St. Paul`s Hill. It is built on the site of the last Melaccan sultan`s palace and was constructed by Portuguese fidalgo captain, Duarte Coelho. Despite of being in ruins for not less than 150 years, it is a beautiful, breezy sanctuary set near the remains of A Famosa fort.
- Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum: This museum is actually a collection of three beautifully restored houses arranged to look like a typical 19 the century Baba Nyonya residence. It features hand painted tiles, elaborately carved teakwood outer swing doors and a sturdier internal door which provides extra security.
- A `Famosa Resort: This resort is situated approximately 24 km north of Melaka, a little of the road to Kuala Lumpur. You should not get confused with A ‘Famosa Fort, this hotel encompasses 1,300 acres of land and can only be described as a huge theme park. You can also enjoy several amusement parks within it that includes Animal World Safari, Water World and Cowboy Town.
Melaka food is one of the main attractions and also the need of the tourists visiting Melaka. You will get to taste almost everything from soups to noodles, sea food to red meat and yummy deserts. All of these dishes taste delicious and I am sure you will love to eat them.
You can stay at the luxurious hotels in Melaka side streets and alleyways offer secluded rooms in attractive buildings. Yu don’t have to worry about the car rental. You can book a car in rent from car rental agency. They would provide you different types of car as per to your needs. Car rental Melaka offer you many options as per to your schedule. So why to wait? just book the one you need!