Making the Most of a Day in Malacca; Olivia McPhan; DestinAsian

Malaysia – Melaka and George Town, Historic Cities of the Straits of Malacca

Bookmark this itinerary to experience the best of the Malaysian coastal state, from heritage sites to its booming food scene.

Malacca, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is home to a fascinating blend of cultural sites spanning Malay, Chinese, Indian, and European influences.

Once a thriving port, the capital of its namesake state is now one of Malaysia’s most sought-after holiday destinations. It boasts night markets and cafés, peppered with various heritage attractions like the A’Famosa ruins and Jonker Street.

Got a day to spare? Here’s a suggested itinerary to make the most of your time here.

9 a.m. Start the morning right with freshly brewed coffee, toasted home-made granola, and fluffy pancakes at The Daily Fix Café. Rustic walls and vintage artefacts give the café a nostalgic touch. Located in the town center, the café is easily over-looked as it’s slyly located inside a souvenir shop called Next KK. Aim to arrive by 9 a. m. as it’s easily one of the most popular breakfast spots for tourists and locals alike.

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