Full Day Malacca Halal Tour
centre has been declared a UNESCO Heritage Site. Malacca is the historical state of Malaysia, rich with heritage buildings, ancient landmarks and colonial structures since it was here that colonial forces first reached Malaysia. Over a period of 400 years, Malacca has been first colonized by Portuguese, then by the Dutch followed by
the British, and finally occupied by the Japanese during WWII. Visit the Dutch Square surrounded by the pink
coloured Stadthuys, Christ Church, and Clock Tower, while featuring at its centre the Queen Victoria Fountain.
You will also see a mosque, one of the oldest functioning masjid in Malaysia which was founded in 1750. Proceed also to The Porta De Santiago, the Gate to the Portuguese fortress “La Formosa”, built in 1511, from where you can reach the ruins of the St. Paul’s Church, where St. Francis Xavier was once buried. After a local lunch at a Halal restaurant, you will have time to stroll around the Jonker street, famous for its Malaccan antiques,
nice boutiques and local handicraft. Stopover for prayers at one of the many mosques in Malacca.