Malacca, to the south of Kuala Lumpur, is a popular tourist destination and from Kuala Lumpur, the road-trip takes around two hours at a leisurely pace.
The historic city of Malacca is a cultural melting pot that houses the oldest Dutch building in the East, the Stadhuys.
Malacca has recently been awarded World Heritage Site status, so there is every reason for a visitor to visit Malacca which is rich in culture and history. Even the Eye On Malaysia Ferris wheel has been relocated from Kuala Lumpur to Malacca.
With the increase in visitors, there has also been an increase in hotel capacity to cater to visitor increases. Why not experience luxury with culture in an award-winning Majestic Malacca hotel.
Majestic Malacca has teak wood fittings, leather furniture and traditional Portuguese porcelain flooring enhanced by artwork and antiques which echoe the history of the region; while four-poster beds decorated in a mixture of rich silks and cool cotton and vintage pedestal bath tubs provide the comfort required by discerning modern travellers.
The architectural style of the hotel mirrors Malacca’s multi-faceted and historical past, with influences from the Portuguese, the Dutch, the British and the Peranakan cultures.
Source: The Star
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