The River Cruise is a must do here! Specially in the night!
The Malacca river is the heart of Malacca. And nothing better to explore it through the river cruise, and then walking on the sidewalks and dining at the many riverside pubs and restaurants. And along...
Second visit to Malacca and absolutely love the jonker area adjoining tobthe church. The river and its adjoining are has its beauty to offer both day and night. Night the river is lit up with lights a...
A fairly affordable ferry ride down malacca river where you can see mural paintings, old buildings and settlements of Malacca. The river is clean, a great job done by the state government. If you’re l...
The night cruise is a highlight. Relaxing, pleasant view of the heritage buildings, courteous staff , very affordable. We truly enjoyed the scene of the architecture along the river and the lights. We...
#melaka is now fast earning the tage ‘City Of Lights’ is for obvious reasons as anyone who takes a slow drive around the city or a 4km riverboat cruise down the Melaka River just when the sun begins to set would be enchanted by the myriad of illumination at various parts of the city.
The Melaka River is where the town began and it has played a key role in Melaka's colourful history. Taking a river cruise is like seeing #melaka from the back door in #malaysia
Ancient city of Malacca: fresh European town
a place to live in the middle school textbook
Zheng He seven voyages have six stops here
famous attractions Holland Red The house
became the hardest hit area of the tour group
P big place and the aunt took the C position to appear
but the architectural scenery along the Malacca River
attracted my attention
The feeling of a European town
walking along the river is the correct way to open here
[Practical information strategy]
Introduction: Malacca is the oldest ancient city in Malaysia, built In 1403, the buildings on both sides were built on the river and were occupied by Portugal, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
Time reference: 1 day
opening time: all day
playing mode: walking along the river and taking a boat
traffic: taking the bus at the Nanhu Town Traffic Complex Terminal (TBS) in Kuala Lumpur Malacca Central Station (Melaka Sentral).
youth traveling of Lin
The Malacca River is a small narrow strait, and the Malay Peninsula faces Sumatra. This long narrow strait carries the necessary passage between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. There is often a rafting trip to the Malacca River. All the way along the city, you can enjoy the old warehouse and fish market.