Malacca is a historical city and is divided into old and new sections. The older part of the city of Malacca is fairly compact and has many historical attractions in the corners of its narrow streets.
The Waterfront area near the area and the Town Square are some of the remnants of Malacca's glorious past. There are a few beaches, offshore islands and the Air Keroh district outside the town of Malacca.
Malacca unlike any other Malaysian city has a strong culture and history. Some of the historical buildings in Malacca include The Stadthuys, St. Paul's Church, Muzium Rakyat (People's Museum), Proclamation of Independence Memorial, Sri Poyyatha Vinayagar Moorthi Temple, Jonker Walk, St John's Fort, Portuguese Square, Tranquerah Mosque, Maritime Museum, Tun Teja's Mausoleum, Jasin Museum and Alor Gajah Museum. Each building has its own significance that will surely fascinate you.
There are numerous Islands and Beaches near the town of Malacca. Some of these include the Pulau Besar, Pulau Upeh (Hawksbill Turtle spotting), Tanjung Kling / Pantai Kundor and Tanjung Bidara. The Island and Beaches are attracts numerous tourists all round the year and are unique in their own way. You have to be there to feel it.
Malacca is famous for A'Famosa Resort- Animal Safari, Cowboys and Waterpark. This is the only Safari Park in Malaysia where you can see wild animals like tigers, lions and sunbears up close and in the open as the trucks stop right next to them. But before you can see the lions, you have to go through a rough and bumpy ride across the Jungle Park and cross the Crocodile Park. The resort also features a Wild West Show in the public square featuring cowboys and Red Indians on horseback that provides hilarious entertainment for the whole family. The Waterpool is also an attraction that features a wave pool, Lazy river tube ride and Family Raft Ride. There are high speed slides and water slides also.
For more information on Malacca try the following links
For more information on Malaysia visit Travour.com