Day Tour Unesco Malacca Dutch Museum Kampong Morten with Batu Caves

Price Single traveller  USD 140   2 or more travellers  USD 70 each 
Price drop due to tax relief by New Government

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Overview :  Malacca is listed as UNESCO HERITAGE city with rich trading history. The Chinese brought silk and Buddhism. The Siamese Ivory and Buddhism. The Indians Cloth and Hinduism. The Arabs Perfumes, Pearls and Islam. 1511 Portuguese occupation – Catholicism. 1641 Dutch – Protestant. 1795 British took over and left us with Independence on 31 August 1957 and Anglican religion.

Bonus stop at the Batu Caves 

Why are we special :  

  • Daily departures on shared basis ! Good for tourists with time crunch ! 
  • Complimentary pick up within Kuala Lumpur  by English speaking Tour Coordinators awesome in courtesy and knowledge. Their passion for excellence is shown in tripadvisor reviews.
  • All fees includes Kampong Morten and the Dutch Museum (Stadthuys).
  • 1 Malaysian Lunch  *  Free flow Mineral water. 



 What to expect :
0900hrs  After breakfast depart for Historical Malacca city,, enroute visit the famous Batu Caves and climb 272 steps into the temple of Hindu Deity Lord Subramaniam who is honored during the Hindu festival of Thaipusam every year. (Ladies to be properly attired to enter the temple).
Upon arrival visit  at Malacca  
ST PETER’S CHURCH 1710 – Oldest Catholic church converted to an Anglican church Learn about the history of the Dutch and Portuguese influence and their architecture. 
KAMPONG MORTEN 1920 – A traditional Malay Village that maintains its customs and traditions in a bustling modern city. The living museum, Villa Sentosa exhibits unique interior designs and Malay traditional wear, musical instruments and antique furniture. A house tour awaits. 
STADTHUYS  1650  – a historical Museum at the Dutch Square that once served as the home of the Dutch Governor.  
ST PAUL’S HILL where a chapel was built  by the Portuguese and see the 16th century ruins. It is from here that St Francis Xavier did his missionary work and on his death the body was brought back from China to be kept for onward transfer to Goa in India where his remains are embalmed. 
A FAMOSA 1512 –  the famous Portuguese built fort –  only the gateway still stands.
1300hrs After lunch proceed to CHENG HOON TENG CHINESE TEMPLE  – the oldest Chinese temple which professes 3 doctrines – Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism. 
 JONKERS’ STREET – a stroll  through the street of antiquities of Malacca’s rich past.  Various items from gramaphones to wall clocks abound.  Return transfer to Kuala Lumpur arriving approx 1600hrs. End of tour.