The Royal Press is a living polyglot letterpress museum. Visitors can embark on a tour that will take them through our letter-block library that houses over 150,000 blocks in four different language-types: Roman alphabets, Chinese characters, Arabic and Tamil scripts. Printed memorabilia, from liquor labels to old bus tickets to 1950s Peranakan calendars, tell atimeless narrative of Melaka's history through its forgotten everyday treasures. It is definitely a journey not to be missed.
If you want to know the story of knives, you might as well take a trip to the "Knife Story Museum" on Jonker Street to re-understand the stories and development history of knives, swords and scissors from ancient times to the present, and appreciate the local knife art culture. The facade of the Knife Story Museum displays the largest handmade Hele knife that has won the Malaysian Book of Records. It is a very eye-catching large steel knife. On the ground floor are tourist souvenirs of knives and scissors, brand knives and special knives display, multi-purpose kitchen, etc. The large handmade knives signed by the current head of state are displayed in the middle hall, and the real scale is restored; the upstairs exhibition area has swords and swords, the birth of knives, and the iron shop., Malay daggers, knives and life exhibitions
The Shore Oceanarium is located at 2nd floor of The Shore Shopping Mall, right in the heart of the historical city of Melaka. An extraordinary interactive journey to learn the earth ecosystem and allow you to discover creatures from land to the sea.
Pulau Besar, the biggest among a cluster of islands, off Melaka and is shrouded in myths and legends. It is covered by lush green vegetation and boasts fine sandy beaches. The 120-hectare is island is located five nautical miles off Melaka. It has a number of old graves, including one of the founder of Melaka, Sheikh Ismail. Pulau Besar is just 10 minutes by boat from Umbai where travellers stop to savour its famous grilled fish before boarding boats for the island. You can enjoy and experience extreme activities such as:
The Shore Sky Tower, a truly captivating experience awaits visitors to overview the city of Melaka. At 43rd floor, it is the tallest man-made structure in Melaka City and offers breathtaking views for up to 50 kilometres in every direction. Walking around the roof, the perimeter fencing of the deck is constructed from glass so you able to see through it. With the telescope provided, you can easily spot the view of the Melaka City. Besides that, for more thrills and excitement, you can spot the view under your foot with glass flooring at Sky Deck. Moreover, Skyscrapers that providing a truly unique experience with amazing 360° panoramas view of the city and beyond. The Shore Sky Tower is one of Melaka's most exhilarating and spectacular tourist attractions, you will be amazed at what you can see and do under one roof!