Plan at least two days in Melaka, There’s so much to see and do in Melaka, good food everywhere, plenty of choices of accommodation – excellent & well maintained hotels, boutique hotels and cheap hostels located in the heart of busy Melaka town, one can also find luxurious and comfortable resorts along the beaches of Tanjung Kling, Pulau Besar and Tanjung Bidara away from the hustle and bustle. Here are some Melaka itineraries …
Here are maps of Melaka. The easiest way to reach Melaka is definitely by car or express buses. Here’s how to reach Melaka from Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Singapore.
The UNESCO Historic center of Melaka is compact, and most attractions if not within walking distance of each other are at least within an easy trishaw or taxi ride. The trishaw will take you through streets and corners of Melaka that you could easily miss out if you decide to venture on your own. Wander aimlessly through the famous Jonker Street and make little discoveries of your own.
Eating is almost considered a national pastime in Malaysia, Nyonya food, a combination of Chinese and Malay delicacies is unique here in Melaka with a wide variety of choices.
You can see Melaka’s top sights in a rush on an overnight stay, but you’ll need at least two days to do them justice, and three or four days to really get a sense of the uniqueness of Melaka. In a week, you can get a good look at most of what Melaka has to offer.