Things to do

Explore some of the best attractions near to you below

Menara Taming Sari

Melaka Menara Taming Sari (Taming Sari Tower) officially opened for business on the 18th of April 2008, Menara Taming Sari is the first and only gyro tower in Malaysia so far. Measuring 110 metres in height, its revolving structure offers a 360-degree panoramic view of Malacca town and beyond.

Way to get there:
- Drive 2min/400m
- Walk 5min, 350m

Cheng Ho Cultural Museum

Cheng Ho’s Cultural Museum is a gallery housing exhibits about Chinese Ming Dynasty admiral, Cheng Ho (Zheng He). In a warehouse to the north of the Melaka River, the gallery has exhibits on the admiral’s life. Opened in 2006, it is believed that the museum sits on the site of Guan Chang, a warehouse built by Cheng Ho about 600 years ago to temporarily store goods he acquired during his travels. Flanking the front entrance of the museum are a drum and a bell tower.

Way to get there:
- Drive 8min/2.6km
- Walk 950m

Jonker Street

"Jonker Street is a center of Chinatown and it’s a huge market, where you can buy everything! With rich history, a lot of different people, goodness, historical landmarks, cafes, restaurants and attractions, Jonker Street in Malacca City’s Chinatown is a complete delight to walk through. Even during busy weekdays, this Street is crowded with people and interesting stuff to see and to buy."

Way to get there:
- Drive 12min/3.4km
- Walk 900m

Christ Church Malacca

This church was built by Dutch, when they took possession of the country. The most defining structure of Malacca is notable for unique design and history. A picture of a brick-red building with a huge white cross is famous all around the world. The church is located in Church Street, near to Malacca’s Chinatown center. Close to Church are two museums, so you visit three places in a short period of time.

Way to get there:
- Drive 7min/2.4km
- Walk 12min, 900m

Sanrio Hello Kitty Town

Did you grow up in the 90s? If so, come reminisce with (or without) your young one here, where you can dress up (or down), make button badges, decorate Hello Kitty cookies, and win prizes. Young ’uns and those young at heart will enjoy this one- to two-hour experience.

Way to get there:
- Drive 24min/23km

Desaru Beach

This is the reason Singaporeans travel the Causeway to the Land of the Free. Okay, we’re kidding, but they do come here for the sunrise, sunset, and the jet skis in between. Don’t expect the sea to be snorkel-worthy, but the sand is fine and soft like baby hair. If you stay at Tunamaya Resort, you’ll even get a less crowded experience of beach life.

Way to get there:
- Drive 1 hour/75km

Legoland

Enjoy the world of Lego with the whole family with this ticket to Legoland, Malaysia's first international theme park! Feed your imagination in the world of interlocking bricks, and see them craft amazing worlds constructed entirely out of Lego! There are multiple zones to explore, each with their own theme, and a huge array of theme park rides, waterpark areas, and building areas with Lego. See the Lego Ninjago World where you can put your ninja skills to the test, Miniland where you'll see the world's famous landmarks recreated in small scale using Lego, imagination land where you can build and test your own Lego buildings, Lego Technic for the most incredible rides and Lego workshops, and so much more! There's something for visitors of all ages in this amazing Lego park, so it's the perfect way to spend a day of fun, adventure and creativity with the whole family.

Way to get there:
- Drive 27min/24.2km

Jonker Street

"Jonker Street is a center of Chinatown and it’s a huge market, where you can buy everything! With rich history, a lot of different people, goodness, historical landmarks, cafes, restaurants and attractions, Jonker Street in Malacca City’s Chinatown is a complete delight to walk through. Even during busy weekdays, this Street is crowded with people and interesting stuff to see and to buy."

Way to get there:
- Drive 12min/3.4km
- Walk 900m

Menara Taming Sari

Melaka Menara Taming Sari (Taming Sari Tower) officially opened for business on the 18th of April 2008, Menara Taming Sari is the first and only gyro tower in Malaysia so far. Measuring 110 metres in height, its revolving structure offers a 360-degree panoramic view of Malacca town and beyond.

Way to get there:
- Drive 2min/400m
- Walk 5min, 350m

Cheng Ho Cultural Museum

Cheng Ho’s Cultural Museum is a gallery housing exhibits about Chinese Ming Dynasty admiral, Cheng Ho (Zheng He). In a warehouse to the north of the Melaka River, the gallery has exhibits on the admiral’s life. Opened in 2006, it is believed that the museum sits on the site of Guan Chang, a warehouse built by Cheng Ho about 600 years ago to temporarily store goods he acquired during his travels. Flanking the front entrance of the museum are a drum and a bell tower.

Way to get there:
- Drive 8min/2.6km
- Walk 950m

Christ Church Malacca

This church was built by Dutch, when they took possession of the country. The most defining structure of Malacca is notable for unique design and history. A picture of a brick-red building with a huge white cross is famous all around the world. The church is located in Church Street, near to Malacca’s Chinatown center. Close to Church are two museums, so you visit three places in a short period of time.

Way to get there:
- Drive 7min/2.4km
- Walk 12min, 900m

Sanrio Hello Kitty Town

Did you grow up in the 90s? If so, come reminisce with (or without) your young one here, where you can dress up (or down), make button badges, decorate Hello Kitty cookies, and win prizes. Young ’uns and those young at heart will enjoy this one- to two-hour experience.

Way to get there:
- Drive 24min/23km

Desaru Beach

This is the reason Singaporeans travel the Causeway to the Land of the Free. Okay, we’re kidding, but they do come here for the sunrise, sunset, and the jet skis in between. Don’t expect the sea to be snorkel-worthy, but the sand is fine and soft like baby hair. If you stay at Tunamaya Resort, you’ll even get a less crowded experience of beach life.

Way to get there:
- Drive 1 hour/75km

Legoland

Enjoy the world of Lego with the whole family with this ticket to Legoland, Malaysia's first international theme park! Feed your imagination in the world of interlocking bricks, and see them craft amazing worlds constructed entirely out of Lego! There are multiple zones to explore, each with their own theme, and a huge array of theme park rides, waterpark areas, and building areas with Lego. See the Lego Ninjago World where you can put your ninja skills to the test, Miniland where you'll see the world's famous landmarks recreated in small scale using Lego, imagination land where you can build and test your own Lego buildings, Lego Technic for the most incredible rides and Lego workshops, and so much more! There's something for visitors of all ages in this amazing Lego park, so it's the perfect way to spend a day of fun, adventure and creativity with the whole family.

Way to get there:
- Drive 27min/24.2km

Jonker Street

"Jonker Street is a center of Chinatown and it’s a huge market, where you can buy everything! With rich history, a lot of different people, goodness, historical landmarks, cafes, restaurants and attractions, Jonker Street in Malacca City’s Chinatown is a complete delight to walk through. Even during busy weekdays, this Street is crowded with people and interesting stuff to see and to buy."

Way to get there:
- Drive 12min/3.4km
- Walk 900m

Desaru Beach

This is the reason Singaporeans travel the Causeway to the Land of the Free. Okay, we’re kidding, but they do come here for the sunrise, sunset, and the jet skis in between. Don’t expect the sea to be snorkel-worthy, but the sand is fine and soft like baby hair. If you stay at Tunamaya Resort, you’ll even get a less crowded experience of beach life.

Way to get there:
- Drive 1 hour/75km

Legoland

Enjoy the world of Lego with the whole family with this ticket to Legoland, Malaysia's first international theme park! Feed your imagination in the world of interlocking bricks, and see them craft amazing worlds constructed entirely out of Lego! There are multiple zones to explore, each with their own theme, and a huge array of theme park rides, waterpark areas, and building areas with Lego. See the Lego Ninjago World where you can put your ninja skills to the test, Miniland where you'll see the world's famous landmarks recreated in small scale using Lego, imagination land where you can build and test your own Lego buildings, Lego Technic for the most incredible rides and Lego workshops, and so much more! There's something for visitors of all ages in this amazing Lego park, so it's the perfect way to spend a day of fun, adventure and creativity with the whole family.

Way to get there:
- Drive 27min/24.2km

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