Kalo rasa nak jenjalan ke Melaka, nak cari hotel murah2 budget punya... try la carik kat sini...

Mahkota Guest House

Fenix Inn

Hotel Shahbandar

RS Park Hotel Melaka
56, Jalan PM 6, Plaza Mahkota, Banda Hilir

City Park Hotel Melaka
No. 1 Jalan Melaka Raya 26, Taman Melaka Raya
Tel: 06-2839833.

Shirah's Guest House
No.207B, 2nd floor, Taman Melaka Raya, Bandar Hilir
Tel: 06-286 1041
Info :
RM10 - dorms in a triple room;
RM15 - single room with fan;
RM35-40 - max double-room with AC & bathroom
Clean and nice with many in-house facilities.

Samudra Inn
348b, Jln Melaka Raya 3 (beside the 7-11 store at the bottom of this street).
Tel: 06-2827441
Info :
The hotel is on the 2nd level, you have to use the staircase to go up to the locked gate of the hotel; you have to leave your shoes at the staircase after you enter the gate;
dorms with shared hot shower and toilet (3 beds per room) - RM15;
singles rooms - from RM20 for one with shared hot shower and toilet;
all rooms with fans, more expensive rooms have attached shower;
the room rates are posted clearly on a white board at the reception;
there is a lounge with television and refrigerator;
laundry service available, piecemeal rate e.g. RM1.50 per shirt;
guests will be given a key to the locked gate.

Travellers' Lodge
214b Jalan Melaka Raya 1
Tel: 06-2265709
Info :
Large, friendly hostel in a convenient location near several attractions.
Rooms are clean with fan or aircon and en suite bathrooms available.
The hostel also features a kitchen, laundry, roof terrace and cafe with internet access.
Movies are shown every night. Good value.
Fan room from RM18.

The Trend Hotel
216-220 Jalan Melaka Raya 1
Tel: 06-2861199
Info :
Friendly, helpful hostel staff.
Rooms are clean with bathroom, big windows and TV and the aircon is very strong for the small-sized rooms.


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Kalo dah ke bandar Melaka tu, jangan lepaskan peluang lawat tempat2 nie...

Dahtaran Pahlawan Shopping Center dan Mahkota Parade
Apalagi... shoppin' time la...

Tengok pemandangan 360' Melaka from the Taming Sari Revolving Tower.
Jalan Merdeka, 75000 Melaka.
Operating hours : every 30 min on the hour and half-hour, 10AM to 11PM daily

Admission Fees for MyKad Holders :
RM10 for adults
RM5 for children below 12 years old
RM7 for senior citizens above 55 years old

Admission Fees for Visitors without MyKad :
RM20 for adults
RM10 for children below 12 years old
RM17 for senior citizens above 55 years old


Melaka River Cruise
A 45 minute cruise along Melaka river where once it was a main trade area of Melaka during its Golden era. It takes passengers from the jetty beside the Maritime Museum to just beyond Kampung Morten and then back. Night cruise is more interesting as we can see lights lit on the riverbank's buildings, water fountain show and bridges.
Operating hours : 10am to 11pm daily
Tickets:
RM10 - Adult
RM5 - Child

Kampung Morten
A village of traditional houses, it is on the west bank of the Malacca River.

Eye on Malaysia
Ferris wheel on the west bank of the Melaka River just beside the modern vehicular bridge that continues from Jln Syed Abdul Aziz (this is the major coastal road that runs past the Mahkkota Parade). Tickets: Adult RM 20

Eye on Melaka
A smaller Ferris wheel than the Eye on Malaysia on the west bank of the Melaka River 200m due west of the Immigration Office or 100m north of Jln Munshi Abdullah.

Pirates of Melaka
Located beside the Eye on Melaka, this consists of a pirate ship that you can ride on.

Stadthuys (Bangunan Merah)
Completed in 1660. Nowadays, it houses the historical museum. This is one of the oldest Dutch buildings in the east.

Panorama Melaka (red and blue)
This hop-on-hop-off bus brings tourists to the attractions in town for a flat fee of RM5/day (red bus) and RM2/day (blue bus). Among its fleet are 2 double-decker buses, one with an open top. The bus service runs at 10 minute intervals from 7AM - 12PM.
These imported ever popular London double-decker red buses will show you Melaka City ala-ala London style. Sit on the open air upper deck, feel the city air and watch Melaka lights in the night. You can hop on and off at any of the stops.

Jonker Walk
An open air night market held every weekend (and recently extended to eve of public holidays) evening to late night. Have a leisure stroll along the street, observing the locals' life, catching a free performance and shop for some local souvenirs. Do bargain, and try some unique stuff to eat, like grapes-dipped in chocolate or caramel encrusted kiwis. Cheap chinese electronic playthings are available too if you have an appetite for them.

Kampung Morten
A village of traditional houses, it is on the west bank of the Malacca River.

Recreational Forest Ayer Keroh
The 359 ha (887 acre) Ayer Keroh Recreational Forest was opened on April 17, 1984 and offers visitors peace and tranquility within its cool green surroundings.

Melaka Zoo
Located in Ayer Keroh, along the main road from the Ayer Keroh toll plaza to Melaka town. The second biggest, one of the best, if not the best, zoo in Malaysia. Even better than the National Zoo. The zoo is in a reserved forest where the animal enclosures more resemble the animals' natural habitat. The trees within the zoo compound provide ample shades for visitors during hot and sunny days. There is a lake in the zoo.
Admission for adults RM 7 (daytime 9am - 6pm), RM 10 (nighttime 8pm - 11pm)

Taman Mini Malaysia and Mini ASEAN
Located in Ayer Keroh, along the main road from the Ayer Keroh toll plaza to Melaka town, about 1 km from Melaka Zoo between the Zoo and toll plaza. It has full-size reconstructions of typical houses from all 13 Malaysian states and all the members of ASEAN.
There are daily cultural shows at 11 am and 2 pm.
Admission : adults - RM 12, open daily 9am to 6 pm
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