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Best things to do in Malakka

Einkaufszentrum
“Even though it is a mall, it is more than a mall as there are arcades and a movie theater located inside the mall. During rainy days or when you just want to escape from the heat for a while, this is a good place to grab food and do some shopping. There is also an underground section for shops selling locally-made items and souvenirs. ”
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Flea Market
“A great place to try out street food, get souvenirs and take pictures. Available only on weekends.”
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Flea Market
“You can visit Jonker Street anytime of the day, but the street comes to life on weekends at night where stalls open up and cars are prohibited from entering the street. You can get your souvenirs and do some antique shopping in the morning and grab street food from the night market. Jonker 88 is one of the local dessert shop located here, you can stop by for a Cendol as a pit stop. Some of the best cafes are located here such as The Daily Fix, Calanthe Art Cafe and Heesan Cafe.”
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Dessert-Geschäft
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“Best known for the Coconut Milkshake. You can taste the savoury of coconut's meat with vanilla ice-cream plus milk, a cooling drink in hot weather. ”
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Indisches Restaurant
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“Famous food in Melaka , Tandori chicken with many kind of naans , along with North Indian and parkistani cuisine ”
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Einkaufszentrum
“One of Malacca’s first shopping malls, Mahkota Parade houses almost 200 stores, including international brands, food-and-beverage outlets and entertainment centres. Opened in 1994, the four-storey shopping mall was recently refurbished to embrace a modern, sleeker look, and with new exciting tenants onboard, it is set to take the shopping scene in Malacca by storm.”
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Establishment
“Walk through the back alleys facing the river (there are cafes and other night spots along the river), a unique spot in Melaka town”
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Historische Stätte
“A' Famosa Malacca’s best known sightseeing spot. It is among the oldest surviving historical architectural remains in Asia. It is one of the most valuable historical ruins built by the Portuguese centuries ago. This place is another sought after attraction in Melaka that you should not miss if you are visiting Melaka.”
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Café
“Geographer Cafe is a place bustling with tourists seeking with a drink or two while looking out towards the historical Jonker Street. Open everyday til 1am.”
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Place of Worship
“Only for those who like historical building! Remember to bring your sun block!”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“Revolving viewing platform providing visitors with a panoramic 360 degree view of the Malacca City.”
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Zoo
“If you are animals lover, have a visit to Zoo Melaka. Malacca Zoo is a 54-acre zoological park located besides Ayer Keroh Highway in Ayer Keroh, Malacca, Malaysia. More than 1200 animals of 215 species can be found at the Malacca Zoo.”
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Einkaufszentrum
“This is the locals' favourite shopping mall. It is not touristy and has everything you need.”
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History Museum
“The Baba-Nyonya Heritage Museum is a collection of three beautifully restored houses arranged to resemble a conventional 19th-century Baba-Nyonya residence. Excellent examples of Chinese-Palladian style, these townhouses, built in 1896, were transformed into a traditional Peranakan museum in later years; connected by a common covered footway, the museum features hand-painted tiles, elaborately carved teakwood outer swing doors and a sturdier internal door which provides extra security.The operation hours is from 10:00am to 12:30pm and 2:00 pm to 4:30pm every Monday to Saturday. ”
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Malaiisches Restaurant
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“Famous for their delicious and mouth watering Nyonya dishes and long queue. it's a must go in the list. Sits are limited and please call make a booking advance to secure a place. ”
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Establishment
“This is an interesting hill with history of the Portuguese and the Dutch. The ruins of the church are impressive and there is a sense of history and loss glory that oozes from the scene. You will find there a lot of tombstones; dating back to 1650s. This old church is very well taken care off and even the statue of St Francis Xavier as had his arm chopped off. The church offers breathtaking view of the Melaka city. The best view point is where the monument of St. Paul is located. The never ending skyline can be viewed from the edge of the view point which is circled with railings.”
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