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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