From narrow lanes prepped up with colorful houses to beautiful red dutch brick buildings, extravagant temples to stunning mosques and from handcrafted souvenir shops to cafes serving bud tingling local delicacies. The small town of Malacca is a perfect getaway spot in Malaysia. Malacca is a small tourist destination having many attractive sightseeing places and one can easily go around on a foot or trickshaw and explore the beautiful city. What makes Malacca unique is its rich heritage and history that left the mark on Malaysia’s cultural lifestyle. Long before Singapore was born, Malacca became the birthplace of Malay civilization. In fact, the city was long under the colonial rule of Portuguese, Dutch and the British. The cultural richness and heritage of the city made it a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 2008. The city is the mix of old and new, with traditional shops brushing shoulders with modern malls it is one of a kind experience to visit ever gorgeous Malacca. The vibrant and colorful city is one of the most visited places in Malaysia. A city is a harmonious place with communities like Indian, Chinese, Malay living side by side in peace. Malacca is the only place to experience tranquil Malaysian culture at its rawest best. Visit Malacca and experience the city so beautiful that once will never be enough!

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