Malacca City (also spelled Melaka) is the capital of the coastal state of Malacca, in southwestern Malaysia. At its center, Jonker Street, Chinatown’s main thoroughfare, is known for antique shops and its night market. Nearby, the 17th-century Chinese Cheng Hoon Teng temple has ornate decorations and multiple prayer halls. A green, 3-tiered roof tops the 18th-century, Javanese-influenced Kampung Kling Mosque.
How do I get from KL to Malacca?
- Bus. The easiest way of getting to Malacca is by bus, as Kuala Lumpur is served by Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS), where you can find numerous bus operators offering trips to southern regions such as Malacca, Johor, and even Singapore. …
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2- Cameron Highland
The Cameron Highlands is a district in Pahang, Malaysia occupying an area of 712.18 square kilometres. To the north, its boundary touches that of Kelantan; to the west, it shares part of its border with Perak.
There are a handful of things that Cameron Highlands is best known for – tea plantations, jungle trails and… strawberry farms! The highlands play host to more than a few hydroponics strawberry cultivation sites that merit a visit for anyone with a keen interest.
George Town is the colorful, multicultural capital of the Malaysian island of Penang. Once an important Straits of Malacca trading hub, the city is known for its British colonial buildings, Chinese shophouses and mosques. Beyond the old town, George Town is a modern city with skyscrapers and shopping malls. Verdant Penang Hill, with hiking and a funicular railway, overlooks it all.
1.1- What to do in Penang?
No place exemplifies diversity better than Singapore. It is a melting pot of communities, cultures and religions, each accompanied by a rich heritage. Singapore’s culture is heavily influenced by a mix of British, Dutch, Portuguese, Malay, South Asian, East Asian and Australian cultures. Singapore has something for everyone.The numerous museums showcase the art of Singapore. The many parks and gardens display the flora and fauna that make the city come alive. Beaches are abuzz with water sports. There are grand casinos to tempt you to a game of chance. It is impossible to talk about Singapore and not mention the shopping centers and the food. Shopping is considered a national pass-time. From antiques to fake goods, it is all available here. The food, which is a mixed bag of cuisines never leaves the belly disappointed. Accommodation is available for those on a budget and those looking to splurge money on a luxurious stay.