10 Ways to Have Affordable But Memorable Trip in Malacca
1. Check Out its Colorful Culture and Architecture
Malacca has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its beautifully preserved structures and tapestry of cultures thanks to its rich culture and diverse people and customs.
As such, no trip to this city would be full without soaking up some of its unique flavor, ensuring one of Malacca’s best things to do is certainly to figure out how the past shines through to the present.
2. Choose from a Wide Variety of Food
And of course, following this regional melting pot of architecture, music, language and customs, there’s no denying that one of Malacca’s best things to do, like most of Malaysia, is food!Yup, the richness of the population of the city has developed into a hotspot for world cuisine and it is generally considered to be one of Malaysia’s best places to tuck in! If eating alone seems lonely for you, you can have a Melaka escort girl to join you.
3. Have a Cup of Coffee
Getting away from food, though not too far from, it’s time to talk about cafes, which you’ll know if you’re a regular reader of this site, I’ll spend too much time studying, exploring, hanging in and writing about – I guess we’ve got all our faults!
4. Enjoy a Rickshaw Ride
Yup, it’s certainly worth getting involved with the pimped-up tuks that seem to be something of a Malacca exclusive!
When they go to the city (literally) on the music and the lights up their kitsch beauty at night, taking a ride on one seems to be all part of the course when you’re in this city.
5. Love Art in Malacca
I’m a big street art enthusiast and, after Georgetown in Penang, I can definitely say that Malacca is probably the next best place to check out the deal in Malaysia, with the best location being the area between Jalan Tukang Besi and Lorong Hang Jebat streets in the historic center.
6. Have a Nice Cruise
Sailing down the river on a boat trip is a perfect option to take it all in, otherwise just strolling along this waterway’s pedestrian-friendly banks is also a great free activity and one of the best things to do on a budget in Malacca.
7. Stay at Heritage Hostels
Set in a restored heritage building, this safe and friendly hostel offers free breakfast, free laundry, a guest kitchen and lightning fast wifi, rendering it perfectly in line with the Malacca experience.
8. Roam Around Jonker Street
As I said, there’s no doubt that wandering the streets is definitely one of the best things to do on a budget in Malacca. And there are few better places to do this than the main Jonker Street, which is really the center of this city’s activity.
9.Visit the Religious Buildings in Malacca
Take a walk here and snap the beautiful old religious buildings is another of Malacca’s top things to do on a budget with the highlights:
- Masjid Kampung Kling Mosque
- Sri Poyyatha Vinayagar Moorthi Hindu Temple
- Cheng Hoon Teng Buddhist Temple
- St Paul’s Catholic Church
10. Check the City Through the Sari Tower
Then finally, in number 10 on my budget list of the best things to do in Malacca, take in the view from Menara Taming Sari – a 110-meter high tower with an 80-meter observation deck that offers you breathtaking views of this city and beyond.