|Most expensive month:||August|
|Average price in Malacca:||S$ 83/night|
|Cheapest price found:||S$ 10/night|
|Most expensive day:||Friday|
The Straits Hotel & Suites
No 1-B, Jalan Melaka Raya 2, Malacca, Malaysia
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DoubleTree by Hilton Melaka
Hattan City, Jalan Melaka Raya 23, Malacca, Malaysia
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Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008, Malacca offers a fascinating glimpse at old world Malaysia. Over the centuries, the city has been settled by the Malays, Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch and British. This combination has led to a melting pot of cultural influences and a jumble of architectural styles. There are plenty of offbeat museums and galleries to explore, as well as famous Nyonya dishes to try. Don’t miss fried egg ice cream, crispy radish cake and sticky chicken rice balls.
Things to Do
Most visitors make a beeline for Malacca’s characterful old town. Today, its historic shophouses and mansions have been converted into trendy cafes, contemporary art galleries and boutique hotels.
Most of the action is centred around Jonker Street, the old town’s main thoroughfare. It was once famous for its antique shops, though today it’s best known for its weekend night markets and tasty street food.
Nearby, the 17th-century Cheng Hoon Teng temple dates back to 1646, offering you the chance to learn more about Taoism, Confucianism and Buddhism. Built around the same time, the crimson Stadthuys building is considered Asia’s oldest Dutch colonial building.
Beyond its rich history, Malacca serves up plenty of leisure activities. Tee off at a string of nearby golf courses, enjoy a scenic cruise down the Malacca River or hit the downtown malls for some retail therapy.
Malacca’s old town is pedestrian friendly, which makes it easy to get around on foot. The city is well serviced by local buses, with plenty of taxis cruising the streets. For a fun and eco-friendly way to get from A to B, why not hitch a ride on one of Melacca’s famous trishaw bicycles? You can also take advantage of the city’s brand new bikeshare system.
5,419 reviews rated Hatten Hotel Melaka with an average score of 8.0/10. It may also be worth looking into the DoubleTree by Hilton Melaka, which received a rating of 8.4/10 from 3,221 reviews. Hatten Place Melaka could also be a good option, with a score of 9.0/10 from 28 reviews.
Reviews of Hatten Hotel Melaka recommend it as a good place to stay near Mahkota Parade Shopping Mall, scoring 8.0/10 from 5,419 ratings.
Hatten Hotel Melaka is the hotel close to Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall that is most recommended by HotelsCombined users, with 5,419 reviews rating it at 8.0/10.
5,419 HotelsCombined reviews of Hatten Hotel Melaka score it 8.0/10, making it a highly recommended hotel near Jonker Walk.
Malacca hotels have an average price of S$ 105/night (based on searches on HotelsCombined in the last 3 days). For a 4-star hotel, the average price is S$ 102/night, and if you are looking for a 5-star hotel in Malacca then the average price is around S$ 188/night.
Prices for Malacca hotels have been found for as low as S$ 8/night over the last 3 days. This coming weekend (27 May to 29 May), prices can start from as low as S$ 11/night.
A hotel in Malacca tonight can start as low as S$ 10 for the night, with an average cost of S$ 119, based on HotelsCombined searches over the last 72 hours. For a 4-star hotel in Malacca tonight, prices start from S$ 30.