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Historical Monument

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Activities in Melaka

Eco-Tourism

Jasin Hot Spring

Jasin Hot Spring

Located 20 km from Malacca city, Jasin Hot Springs is a hot spring originally established by Singaporean businessman, Tan Kim Tean. Established in 1884, it was originally functioning as a public bathing house. The hot spring sourcing from three natural alkaline hot spring wells, the initial hot spring water at 69 degree Celsius is collected before being channelled to different pools and added with water for proper temperature. The pools are named as Ashi-yu (foot bath), Ofuro (bathhouse) and Kolam Renang Mineral (open pool) as they are managed according to the Japanese onsen concept.

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For more than 125 years, thousands of people have visited these hot springs every year for leisure and medicinal purposes. The compound is around 3 acres big with many swimming pools filled with 30 to 40 degrees of water from hot springs, which cater to adults and children alike. The key mineral contents within the Jasin Hot Springs are sulphur, silica, boron, calcium, fluoride and phosphorus.

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Location: Kampung Air Panas, Mukim Bemban, 77200 Jasin, Melaka
Operating Hour: 24 Hours


Gadek Hot Spring Alor Gajah

Known as ‘Air Panas Gadek’ in Malay, Gadek Hot Spring is one out of three hot spring spots in Melaka. It is located at Gadek, Alor Gajah, only 5 km from Alor Gajah town. It is said that the Gadek’s hot spring was discovered by English soldiers during the British rule in Malaysia. Locals did not know about the existence of the place, but rumours have it that there’s a place where the British soldiers used to treat disease. The locals were curious as there were many British officers and soldiers who lived near the hot spring. It was a well-kept secret and only after the British left, the villagers found out about it.

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This hot spring has medicinal value and can treat numerous diseases from basic stress to skin problems. The water is naturally hot due to the presence of natural sulphur which is good for circulation in the blood. The hot spring has been confirmed to contain minerals within the hot spring, comprising magnesium, silica, phosphorus, sulphate, boron, calcium, chlorine and fluoride. These minerals are healthy for our well-being. The Gadek Hot Spring has 2 big pools and many smaller, 3-foot-high above-ground pools. A restaurant is also available for guests besides the hot spring baths.

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Location: Lot 1221, Mukim Gadek, 78000 Alor Gajah, Melaka
Phone: 06-5549584 (Counter), 06-5548542 (Office), 06-5548543 (Fax)

Gadek Hot Spring Alor Gajah

Ayer Keroh Lake

Ayer Keroh Lake

This is another spot to note, especially for those who enjoy water sports. Set amidst a splendid green environment about 11km from town, one can view rich, untouched tropical forest. There you can indulge in refreshing activities like trekking, camping, picnicking, staying in houses on tree-tops and also take advantage of the available barbeque facilities. Huts and cabins are available for rentals-truly a must for all nature lovers.


Location:
Ayer Keroh, 75450 Melaka, Malaysia
Phone: +606-333 33334


Pantai Puteri

Puteri Beach is located about 12 km from Melaka town, heading towards Tanjung Kling. It is one of the idyllic beaches in Melaka. The white sandy beach fringed with coconut palms swaying in the cool sea breeze is a favourite spot for family picnics. Another main attraction here is a fishing village with ‘kelongs’, huts raised on stilts over the water to enable fishermen to catch fish.

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The 2km bronzy beach is also one of Melaka’s well known twilight spots. Witness a stunning view of the sunset at Pantai Puteri, facing the Straits of Malacca. The sounds of waves crashing are sure to envelop you in comfort. Formerly known as Kundor Beach, Pantai Puteri is 20 minutes away from Melaka city.

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Location: Mukim Tanjung Kling, Daerah Melaka Tengah, 76400 Melaka, Malaysia.

Pantai Puteri

Pengkalan Balak Beach

Pengkalan Balak Beach

A haven of sun, sea and sand, Pengkalan Balak Beach is a paradise to beach lovers. The cool, clean and inviting waters make swimming a favourite of visitors. This is an ideal place for those seeking a quiet and pristine place to relax. It has a fishing village and is known for Ikan Bakar (grilled fish). Near the beach is a turtle hatchery. This place offers a closer look into the hawksbill turtles’ breeding habit.

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It's easy to get to Pengkalan Balak, as you can drive straight to the beach. If you're not driving, you can get a taxi or take a bus from Masjid Tanah Bus and taxi Station. The beach is well known in Melaka, so not being able to find it, is pretty much impossible.

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Location: Pantai Pengkalan Balak Melaka Masjid Tanah, Malacca


Pantai Klebang

A hidden attraction in Melaka, Pantai Klebang is located in the southern shoreline of Melaka and is facing directly to the Straits of Malacca. Pantai Klebang is a popular stretch of Melaka beach, known for its delicious coconut shakes and food truck businesses. It is also the site of some extensive, albeit photogenic, land reclamation. It is recommended to visit Pantai Klebang early in the morning or late evening.

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By sunset, Pantai Klebang is full of action, lined with people playing kites, children blowing and hunting bubbles, as well as horses carrying people back and forth. There were a lot of food stalls, too. Unlike other beaches, one cannot swim at Pantai Klebang due to rough waves, but it was still an ideal spot for a family picnic.

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Location:
Jalan Klebang Besar, Tanjung Kling, 76400 Melaka

Pantai Klebang

Pulau Besar

Pulau Besar

As the name suggests, it is a big island (168 hectares) and it is said to be shaped like a pregnant woman lying on her back. It is situated about 15 km southeast of the city of Melaka and can be reached by ferry or speedboat. Well known for its ancient Islamic graves, tombs and mausoleums scattered across the island, among these is the tomb of Sultan Al Ariffin Syeikh Ismail.

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According to the notice board outside the tomb, Syeikh Ismail was the 18th descendant of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and was born in Baghdad in 1464AD. Pulau Besar also has a number of other attractions, some of which are indeed very mystical, including a number of old wells, one of which is known to hold saltwater when the tide is in and freshwater when the tide is out. You can also see some interestingly formed rocks, including a stone skull, a horse's head rock and a broken rock at the highest point of the island. These rocks are synonymous with numerous legends and myths. One cave there is the Gua Yunos, where warriors were instructed to practise mysticism and study Silat (A Malaysian Martial Arts).

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Location: Melaca

Outdoor Activities

Skytrex Adventure (Ayer Keroh)

Skytrex Adventure (Ayer Keroh)

Skytrex Adventure is a tree to tree 'sky-trekking' experience where you can fly, swing and glide on the various aerial obstacles suspended above the lush Malaysian rain forest. suitable for all ages that guarantee hours of fun and excitement in one place. Be prepared to scream your heart out while learning about the rain forest and their ecosystem.

Location: Skytrex Adventure Melaka 75450 Durian Tunggal, Melaka
Phone: +6018 909 5679


Taman Tasik Chin Chin Extreme Park

Taman Tasik Chin Chin Extreme Park is a heaven place for adrenaline junkie. There are a few activities that you can try; flying fox, kayaking and canoeing. This extreme park is a great place for team.

Location: Taman Tasik Ekstrem Tasik Chin Chin Lot 17573 Kampug Chinchin, Jasin Melaka
Phone: +606 524 6080

Taman Tasik Chin Chin Extreme Park

Ace Skydive

Ace Skydive

Who wouldn’t have thought that Melaka has its own stop for sky-diving? Believe us- at first we didn’t know much about it but once we try it- it really takes our breath away. There are three packages that they offer, Line Static Skydive, Tandem Skydive and Free Fall. Be warned- as Ace Skydive only applicable for first the timer or beginner only, they are not designed for professional or skydiver student.

Location: Ace Skydive Sungai Rambai Airstrip, 77400 Melaka
Opening Hours: Fri – Sun (10 am – 6 pm)


Have fun in the sun while Kite-flying in (Pantai Klebang)

One of Malacca's oldest shopping malls, Mahkota Parade is home to nearly 200 stores. The four-storey shopping centre, opened in 1994, the four-storey shopping mall was recently been refurbished to adopt a new, sleeker style. More than 1,000 parking spaces, the shopping centre is also one of the city 's favourite hangout locations. The mall is located in the centre of the city of Malacca, surrounded by prominent landmarks.

Location: Malacca

Pantai Klebang


Horse riding (Pantai Klebang)

Horse riding (Pantai Klebang)

When you're in Melaka, you should definitely go to Klebang Beach, one of the most popular spots for visitors to experience an outstanding seaside retreat. Klebang Beach is located on a reclaimed land, and the best time to come would be in the evening, when it's not so hot. A lot of activities can be done on the beach, such as picnics, boat rides, kites and swimming (at your own risk). We recommend horse-riding at Klebang Beach, trots halfway across the beach and back just for RM15.

Location: Melacca