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  • Moty Hotel

    Moty Hotel


    Set within a 10-minute walk to Melaka's historic sites, Moty Hotel offers elegant guest rooms with air conditioning and free WiFi throughout the property. Location near to afamosa, museums and the night market

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    Avg. price/night: $36
    9.0 Awesome 2,190 reviews
  • Treasures Hotel and Suites

    Treasures Hotel and Suites


    Located in Malacca, 500 yards from Sam Po Kong Temple, Treasures Hotel and Suites has a garden and rooms with free WiFi access. The property features a terrace, as well as a shared lounge. Got our room upgraded from superior to deluxe premier because we're on honeymoon, the room was very clean, the staff are super helpful, the location was good and in walking distance from the famous christ church and melaka river. Everything was so great.

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    Avg. price/night: $55
    9.1 Awesome 149 reviews
  • SGI Vacation Club Hotel

    SGI Vacation Club Hotel


    Located in Malacca, 0.4 miles from Porta de Santiago, SGI Vacation Club Hotel has a shared lounge. This 3-star hotel offers free WiFi. This place is new and is spotless. The personnel is very friendly and dedicated in helping plan our outings.

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    Avg. price/night: $23
    9.2 Awesome 664 reviews
  • TheBlanc Boutique Hotel

    TheBlanc Boutique Hotel


    Located along Jonker Street, the 3-story refurbished heritage building of The Blanc Boutique Hotel features air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi throughout the property. Everything. I had excellent stay here. I booked a room for three people, room and bathroom very spacious and very clean.

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    Avg. price/night: $41
    9.1 Awesome 202 reviews
  • Timez Hotel Melaka

    Timez Hotel Melaka


    Located in Melaka, 1640 feet from Porta de Santiago, Timez Hotel Melaka features a restaurant and free WiFi throughout the property. Each room at this hotel is air conditioned and comes with a TV. The best thing about this place, other than a great location, was Eddy, who was at the front desk. (Sorry if i have spelled the name wrong). You can really feel his enthusiasm for his job and when the first room I was checked into turned out to be in need of some repairs, he was happy to move me into a new room, even giving me a small upgrade in room size. Was extremely helpful to all my requests and always had a big smile. Had my laundry sorted in quick time. Offered to loan an umbrella when I was venturing out in the rain (this was after I had checked out). Happy to secure my luggage after I checked out so that I could enjoy my time in the city before leaving. Breakfast was nice too.

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    Avg. price/night: $50
    9.0 Awesome 314 reviews
  • Rosa Malacca

    Rosa Malacca


    Rosa Malacca is set in Melaka, 2953 feet from Sam Po Kong Temple. Free WiFi access is provided throughout the property. Everything amazing. Best in Malacca

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    Avg. price/night: $50
    9.0 Awesome 722 reviews

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Malacca was highly rated for history by 49 guests from the United States! Malacca Travel Guide

History and Culture in Equal Measure

Historic Melaka (or Malacca) is the capital of the Malaysian state of the same name, home to one of the country’s first sultanates. The replica of the sultan’s palace is one of the city’s top attractions.

The end of the sultanate came with the Portuguese conquest of Melaka in the 16th century. Reminders of this period include part of A Famosa fort, and there is also a fort built by the next settlers, the Dutch. Several Dutch churches also remain, including Christ Church with its pinkish façade.

Nowadays, Melaka is a melting pot of various cultures, and Chinese temples, such as wonderful Cheng Hoon Teng, sit happily alongside Hindu temples and mosques. The most spectacularly located of the latter is Masjid Selat (or Malacca Straits Mosque), on stilts above waters lapping an offshore island.

Many Melaka hotels on are near the promenade lining the narrow city beach, and others are near more secluded beaches in the suburbs. The Melaka River splits the city into 2, and the further inland you travel along it, the more traditional the buildings become.

Just before the river’s first bend is Jonker Street, the heart of Chinatown and popular for its night markets, while a few miles to the north is Melaka Airport in the Batu Berendam district.