Welcome to
UNESCO World Heritage City

Melaka is a treasure trove of 600 years of history. Journey back in time to relish this historical city located on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The state of Melaka is strategically located along the historic Straits of Malacca and was first established back in 1403 as a trading post that attracted many traders from all over the world. Today, the city of Melaka is declared a UNESCO World Heritage City.

Experience the many historical sites that give you a glimpse of Melaka’s glorious past. Come marvel and appreciate the heritage buildings and architecture that have stood the test of time built by the Portuguese, Dutch and British colonialists.

There are also plenty of fun activities and modern attractions at the water theme parks and cultural parks. Enjoy the many fruit farms, animal and nature parks, resorts and homestays that Melaka also has to offer. Melaka awaits an unforgettable experience!


Some distinctive places of interest to visit in this state are Porta De Santiago (The A-Famosa), The Stadthuys, Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum, Melaka Sultanate Palace, Mini Malaysia & Asean Cultural Park, the famous and ever-popular Jonker Street, Maritime Museum (housed in a replica of the Flo De Lar Mar ancient ship), Melaka river cruise, A’Famosa resort and the Melaka Wonderland Theme Park.

Get a 360 degree view atop the Taming Sari Tower or you can simply enjoy the beautiful panorama of Melaka city from the Straits of Malacca when you take the relaxing and leisure Sunset Cruise ride. There’s just so much more to discover here in Melaka!

Food & Dining

Melaka is also famous for some of its delicious local food specialties. Sample and enjoy the Satay Celup and Chicken Rice Balls. Indulge in authentic and delicious range of Nyonya, Chetti and Portuguese cuisines or savour some mouth watering fresh seafood. You can find these local delights at the city’s many restaurants, coffee shops, cafes and food courts.


Melaka is located on the southwestern coast of Peninsular Malaysia and is located 144km from Kuala Lumpur and 224km from Johor Bahru. Being a popular destination of choice, a good network of transportation links major towns and cities in the country to Melaka. Travel options are numerous as the state is accessible by air, road, rail or sea.

Explore Other States
Negeri Sembilan

In the west of Peninsula Malaysia lies the quaint state of Negeri Sembilan. The name Negeri Sembilan directly translates as ‘Nine States’ because this state of 6,645 square kilometers once consisted of nine districts. Negeri Sembilan practices the age-old and distinctive Minangkabau culture and tradition that is protected through the Adat Perpatih, a matrilineal social system. The Minangkabau culture also possesses a unique style of architecture that is synonymous to them. It is where you find the roofs of traditional Malay houses or settlements distinctively curve to point upwards at all ends.

Negeri Sembilan is a rapidly growing urban centre but stays true to its roots and character as it still has several historical and cultural landmarks located in the capital of Seremban.


Johor is the southernmost state in Peninsula Malaysia that links Singapore to Malaysia via its causeways. The state covers an area of 19,166 sq. kilometers and is known for its beautiful pristine beaches, tropical islands and ancient rainforests. Its name Johor is derived from the Arabic word Jauhar which translates to ‘precious stones’. And like the gem that it is, Johor offers many wonderful attractions. Come enjoy and experience world-renowned golf resorts and luxurious beaches to alluring shopping establishments and the fascinating rainforest and its wildlife.

The state capital Johor Bahru’s diverse history will leave you in awe from all its historical and cultural buildings along with its sumptuous food and modern trappings.