A fascinating blend of Portuguese, Dutch and British influences have made Malacca one of the most popular tourist destinations in Malaysia. Although it's possible to visit as a daytrip from Kuala Lumpur, you are better off spending a night or two here.
From the Malacca Travel Guide
Very cheap room! What you pay is what you get! Wasn't expecting much as it is a hostel but the room is spartan! Just the bed, pillows and blankets(which is as thin as a towel). The attached bath has 2 pieces of miserable soap that seem to be there for ages(don't think any one dare to touch it). ... more
Cyclamen cottage has been beautifully restored. It was a peaceful and very pleasant place to stay, with excellent facilities. Cindy was a warm and generous host and very welcoming. Thanks also to Chris for sharing his collection and knowledge of the past. The breakfasts, Malay and Nonya food, were huge and delicious. ... more
I stayed at the Baba House for one day during my visit to Melaka. I liked the house architecture and the inner courtyard eating area for breakfast which was lovely. It is also located in the heart of the historic city and on the road parallel to Jonker Walk street so ideal for walking around. ... more
how to get melacca from KL Airport
hi mangala, there are many options to get out of klia (kl airport), take a bus or taxi downtown to duta terminal ... you'd see manymany bus operator offering most of big city destination such as malacca. the bus will cost roughly RM25 per way/ person from klia. the fare to malacca, roughly about RM15 or so ...
Travel from Singapore to Seremban
Maybe you can try Transnasional Bus but you hv to stop in Malacca first and catch another bus to Seremban. Ticket from Singapore to Malacca is around RM23.90 and from Malacca to Seremban is around RM5.20. or You can take train from Singapore to Seremban. KTMB opospa ...