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Private Tour with Local Host : Historical City Of Malacca
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Jalan Pulau Melaka 8, Melaka 75000 Malaysia
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Historical Malacca Day Trip from Kuala Lumpur
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Historical Malacca Day Trip from Kuala Lumpur

People often visit Malaysia and spend most of their time in Kuala Lumpur. But just a couple of hours away and you can also visit Melaka! Formerly known as Malacca, this historic town is known for its lively streets filled with eccentric shops, well-preserved buildings, and museums. If you’re planning to visit here from Kuala Lumpur, you can join this tour! Transportation to and from KL is included, plus lunch! Some of the places you’ll visit include Christ Church, St. Paul's Hill, Stadhuys, and more. You’re sure to have a comfortable and memorable trip to Melaka when you join this tour.<br><br>• Visit Malacca for the Historical Experience of a Lifetime. (UNESCO Heritage sites).<br>• Rich with Heritage Building, Ancient Landmarks &amp; Colonial Structure. <br>• Enjoy a Local Melaka Cusine (Baba-Nyonya or Peranakan).<br>• A Lot of Unique Places to See and Visit.
US$78.93 per adult
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Lai Mim Sheng wrote a review Sep. 2020
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The view is beautiful for photo taking. Mosque is always closed for visitation. However, you may enjoy the sunset view during evening.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Nurhakim_ID wrote a review Sep. 2020
Banjarbaru, Indonesia124 contributions124 helpful votes
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Actually this mosque is not actually floating, but because of its location on the seafront and supported by several pillars that make this mosque look like it is floating. The mosque is very clean and well maintained. In this mosque there is a kind of ATM that if we put our money in, we will get souvenirs from this mosque. Another interesting point is the pile of granite that lies along the beach area of ​​the mosque.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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NUR ATIRAH@SEU338E wrote a review May 2020
Penang Island, Malaysia36 contributions3 helpful votes
Many people from in and outbound come to visit this mosque. This mosque will looks floating when the level of water sea high tide. The mosque building art really nice and beautiful. For muslim ,the will pray when came to this mosque. And for non muslim, they must to wear a proper clothes when entering the mosque..
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Jane Mia wrote a review Mar. 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia205 contributions88 helpful votes
I enjoyed myself at the seaside, waiting for sunset. I reached about 6pm plus, and the mosque was closed for visitation. However, I sat outside the mosque and waited for the sunset. The evening view of mosque is magnificent. They started to solat around 7pm. If you pray, please join them.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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tfwiii wrote a review Feb. 2020
Hong Kong, China254 contributions126 helpful votes
Be warned, if it's closed you won't be able to get near the mosque let alone inside it. Not unreasonable and my fault for assuming that I would at least be able to see the outside. Not the case however, as a very friendly and polite man made it clear, apologetically, that I could go no father than the outside gate.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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