Hang Li Poh’s Well

Hang Li Poh Well
Hang Li Poh was a Chinese princess who married the reigning Sultan Mansur Shah in mid-15th century. Diplomatic ties between China and Malacca then were reaching a high point. Upon arrival, the followers of the Chinese princess built a well in 1459 as the main source of water for much of the town. It is said that the well never dried up, not even during times of extreme drou...
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Gadek Hot Spring

Air Panas Gadek
Located in the District of Alor Gajah, approximately 30 km away from Malacca. It was believed that local villagers discovered the hot spring in the forest after watching some English soldiers settled around the spring. After the war, visitors from far and wide discovered that the hot spring had strong healing elements unlike many that they had encountered before. Today visi...
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D-Paradise Melaka
After 5 years of research, planning and development the result is D-Paradise Tropical Fruit World and Aboriginal Native Village. The World’s largest collections of tropical, landscaped garden full of fun, adventure and discovery. Assault your senses – see the fruit, smell them, pick and taste the wonderful varieties on offer. One of the many ‘must see’ attractions is the...
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Christ Church

Christ Church Melaka
Situated near Jalan Laksamana and Jalan Gereja in Melaka city. This is a church built in 1753 by Dutch to commemorate a century of their rule. It is reputed as the oldest protestant church in Malaysia. It is now an Anglican Church. The building shows the ingenuity of the Dutch architectural world. The beams were constructed from cutting and carving from a single tree and ha...
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Bukit China Burial Ground

Bukit Cina, Melaka
Bukit China is situated southeast of Malacca Town, about 148 metres above sea level and covers an area of 42 hectares. There are more than 12,500 graves on Bukit China including approximately 20 Muslim tombs. The existence of these Muslim tombs has made this Chinese cemetery all the more special and unique. Bukit China is also believed to be the oldest and largest tradit...
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Ayer Keroh

Zoo Melaka
Ayer Keroh lies about 15 km east of Melaka Town. The town is a major tourist spot of the state, apart from the old Malacca Town due to its recent hosting of various interesting attractions. Aborigines Museum The museum displays the aborigines' fishing method, agricultural tools, interior house design, weaponry, wedding customs, heritage, history and funeral ceremonies o...
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A Famosa Water World

A'Famosa Resort Waterworld
Be prepared to side into a world of fun and thrills the moment you set font on the 20-arce A'Famosa Water World, rated as the largest water theme park in Malaysia. At the Water World, there is simply something for everyone regardless on one's age. Over here, you can take your pick from the Wave Pool which gives a feeling of a beach away from the beach, the longest Lazy River...
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Pulau Upeh

Malacca Beach
The tiny island of Upeh is located near Klebang town in Malacca. During the War, it was used as a scouting point for invading ships in the Straits of Malacca. Also the island was often a nesting ground for pirates. Of course, the pirates have now long been cleaned out, and today, Pulau Upeh is a peaceful getaway for locals and tourists. There is a resort and water-sport ...
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