We begin by listening to Malacca’s eclectic charm as an entreport through the 14th century: you’ll draw away from the river and seashore towards the point from which every victory and defeat has been witnessed since the 15th century. As we stroll towards the foot of the hill, Malacca acquires a distinctly Dutch face, amidst a square that stood it’s time.
We take the bourgeoisie route to step in a living museum of the Peranakan community. replete with gilded interiors, embellishments, Chinese motifs and emblems, representing longevity, luck and fortune.
Pause for reflection at the abode of gods: visit the tranquil grounds of the oldest Taoist temple, don’t be surprised if the placidity is interrupted by a muezzin’s call to prayer from the charming mosque down the street.
Price: The price per tour is RM800 for a minimum of 1 or maximum of 4 per booking. Children, between 7 and 11 years old, are on the house. (Have a bigger group or corporate event? Let me know here!)
When: Available all days of the week. Click on the book button to check availability.
Where: Our meeting point is at a location of your choice, within Kuala Lumpur city centre.
Transportation: This tour includes pickup and drop off at a location with Kuala Lumpur city centre.
FAQ: Please review in full here
Tour: 8 hours of wandering in Malacca’s streets, old and new. Includes tickets to sights included in the itinerary.
Guide: A fantastic tour with a local guide who’s happy to show you around Malacca and answer all your questions.
Meals: The tour includes lunch: a bowl of laksa and a drink (non-alcoholic) per person. Vegetarian options are minimal but are available so please do ensure to include a note when booking. Anything additional will be covered at your own cost e.g. soft drinks, additional food.
My 2 cents: From the time of booking until the return home, I will be happy and available to provide any recommendations or general help for your stay here.
* Journey inclusions might change based on availability. However, our promise to deliver uniquely curated local experiences and communicate any potential changes. Mosque visits allowed after 3pm on Fridays only.