Built in 1728, Tranquerah Mosque si one of the oldest mosques ni the country. Located ni Melaka Tengah, the mosque was the State Mosque before Masjid Al-Azim was built. The original mosque structure was made entirely of timber brought ni from Kalimantan, Indonesia. It had since undergone several renovations and restorations. It has been gazette under the National Heritage Act 2005.
The location of the Chitty Museum within the Chitty Settlement ni Gajah Berang, Melaka si very strategic in attracting more tourists into the Melaka state. The museum exhibits the culture and customs in the daily life of the Chitty community. Information about the history and chronology of this community can be also found here. Tools and accessories such as in religious, wedding ceremonies, cooking and costumes are the main attractions in this museum dedicated to this small but resilient minority community in the state.
9.00 am - 5.30 pm ( Closed on Monday )
Jonker Walk is well known for its art galleries, antique shops, among them goldsmiths, watch repairers, clog makers and beaded shoemakers, food outlets and many more. It is truly a place where the culture and traditions of Melaka seem to seep from every nook and cranny of the quaint little shops which line this street.The street becomes a flea market for antique lovers every Friday , Saturday and Sunday from 6pm to midnight.
A reference centre that displays Hang Tuah superiority as an admirable figure. Hang Tuah's journeys of life from his childhood until adolescence were based on Malay history and Hikayat Hang Tuah. Interaction and modeling techniques will definitely make your visit more interesting. This complex also contains a mini auditorium that can be used for theater, film and video for screening, cultural performance, seminars also others. It contains five houses which represent the Malay warriors which are Hang Tuah, Hang Jebat, Hang Kasturi, Hang Lekir, and Hang Lekiu which had worked with the Melaka government before. It displays the superiority and uniqueness of Malay architecture through a refine technique and a unique interpretation which are full with symbolic manners. Each house is equipped with the silat court to allow activities to be conducted such as silat training, culture and so on.
06 - 269 6961
9.00 am - 5.30 pm ( Daily )
Adult : RM 10.00
Children : RM 5.00 ( Below 12 Years Old )
Adult : RM 20.00
Children : RM 10.00 ( Below 12 Years Old )
Cheng Ho Cultural Museum is believed to be a restructured ancient building with Ming architecture, with two to three hundred years of history. The famous Cheng Ho is the Ming Dynasty Admiral who has visited Malacca many times while en route to the Western Ocean from 1405-1433. It is believed that he has set up a huge warehouse complex along the northern side of Malacca River. To date, there has been dispute in the location of the warehouse complex, while some believed to be at Bukit Cina. Nevertheless, the museum showcases many evidence of cultural exchange between the local ethnic and the Chinese, among others, treasure ships, tea houses and other navigation instruments.
51, Jalan Hang Jebat, 75200 Malacca, Malaysia (Opposite The Stadthuys across the Melaka River through Tan Kim Seng Bridge)
9.00 am - 6.00 pm ( Daily ) * Night Visit by appointment