Serambi Teruntum, located in Tanjung Lumpur Kuantan, Pahang, is a newly established marketplace for local products that is gaining much popularity among both domestic and international tourists alike. This one-stop centre gathers and sells traditional products such as food and handicrafts made by Pahang’s small and medium-sized enterprises. Serambi Teruntum
Embark on a whole new shopping and dining experience at SkyAvenue. Stroll from store to store at a leisurely pace, taking in the sights and sounds; browse through racks of clothes and shelves of shoes; compare textures and colours; model the latest styles; and pore over the newest gadgets on
The state of Pahang is a well-known treasure trove of nature. In conjunction with Visit Pahang Year 2017, take the opportunity to explore the wonders of Pahang. Apart from its world-famous Taman Negara or National Park, there are also a myriad of world-class caves to be explored by cave enthusiasts.
There are many things to see and do in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia’s largest highland resort. Walks through lovely little villages, visits to the butterfly, strawberry, honey bee farms and sprawling tea plantations or meals at the delightful Tudor-styled country inns, are all pleasurable and relaxing activities to be experienced here.
The Portuguese colonised Melaka from 1511 to 1641. The first thing they did was build a fort overlooking the river, calling it A’Famosa. As Melaka was the centre of struggles between super powers of the time, and suffered the constant threat of attack, the A’Famosa fort was critical in Portugal
Research and archaeological excavation works at the playground started from 1 June till 30 June, 2010. This site is situated at Jalan Kota, next to the Central Melaka police headquarters. This area as chosen due to its proximity to the remnants of the city’s walls, from Bastion Fredrick Hendrick to
After the fall of Melaka from the Portuguese to the Dutch on 14 January 1641, new measures were taken to ensure the safety of Melaka. The Dutch fortified the walls of Melaka city, which further strengthened the existing city’s defences left by the Portuguese. The Dutch still received threats from
Witness a host of interesting and historical sights of Melaka from a height of 80 metres of Menara Taming Sari. Rest assured with the beauty of the vast scenic Melaka straits and the fast development of Melaka, your visit will be an unforgettable and memorable one. Menara Taming Sari which
The mosque, built in 1728 during the Dutch Occupancy, is the oldest mosque in the country. Its unique architectural style is a unique blend of Sumatran, Hindu and Western architecture. All of the building’s original wooden structures except the four main pillars and the roof structure were replaced with concrete.
Built in 1650 as the official residence of the Dutch Governor and his officers, The Stadthuys is a fine example of Dutch architecture of that period. It is believed to be the oldest Dutch building in the East. An outstanding example of colonial Dutch architecture, this edifice now houses the
MELAKA FUNLAND contains the recreational facilities that allow you and your children to have fun, almost all games can be used by adults and children to enhance their parent-child relationship through games and play. There are seven main theme areas such as Virtual Zoo, Fantasy Aquarium, Treasure Hunt For Kids,
A definite haven for antique collectors and bargain hunters. Authentic artifacts and relics, some dating as far back as 300 years, can be found among a host of interesting collectibles, each with its own history and mystery. Jalan Hang Jebat, formerly known as Jonker Street, is known worldwide among serious
This square is also known as ‘Mini Lisbon’. Located within the Portuguese Settlement, the square is the centre of Portuguese culture in Melaka and in Malaysia. The small kampung, or village, around the square is the heart of Melaka’s Eurasian community, descended from marriages that took place between colonial Portuguese
The ‘Straits Chinese’, also called the Baba and Nyonya, are Chinese of noble descent who have adopted much of the Malay culture into theirs. This has been a gradual process lasting over 400 years since the great Chinese explorer Admiral Cheng Ho first brought Chinese settlers to Melaka. Over the
Our Theme Attraction portrays a Musical Theatre Performance. The First 5D Stimulation Show in Malaysia. World latest show technology and experience. The show is set on board a ship inspired stage, presenting Malaysia Historical tales brought to life in a play which combines spectacular visual projections, water stimulation and fire
Also known as “Balai Getam Guri”, the Handicraft Village and Craft Museum is located in the heart of Kota Bharu’s cultural zone, within walking distance from the Istana Balai Besar and Buluh Kubu Bazaar. The Craft Museum houses many fine examples of Kelantanese craftsmanship. A restaurant called “Balai Sulur Gadung”
Tucked in the quaint village of Pulau Suri, Tumpat, among a network of estuary islands and tributary rivers, is Malaysia’s first ever floating market known as the Kelantan Floating Market. The market, which began operation in September 2016, is akin to a floating food court where visitors can purchase delicious
Pantai Bisikan Bayu, also known as Pantai Dalam Rhu, is just a scenic 50km drive south of Kota Bharu, Kelantan’s capital. Around the village of Semerak, gentle breezes rustle the casuarina trees lining the beach producing a hushed sound that, locals say, sounds like a soothing whisper. Surfing is good
Gunung Stong State Park (GSSP) is a forested area, totaling 21,950ha with several prominent mountain peaks. The area is of outstanding beauty and is home to one of the highest waterfalls in Malaysia, the seven-tiered Jelawang Waterfall. The rugged landscape of GSSP offers many exciting adventures for anyone who loves
Kota Iskandar, Johor State Administrative Centre was opened in April 2009 and is now one of the must see places in Johor. Inspired by Moorish-Andalusian and Johor Malay designs and motifs, Kota Iskandar is Malaysia’s first Experiential Parliament where visitors through our guided tours will be allowed the chance to
Johor, the majestic Southern Gateway, has evolved into a premier tourism destination in Malaysia nowadays. Not limited to beautiful beaches, eco-farms and great islands, the state offers much more than that. Not many tourists realized that Johor has now became the ASEAN main entertainment hub, thanks to the establishment of
Fishermen living in the east coast used several ancient techniques to catch fish. Some looked at the moon, while others scanned the skyline for weather changes. For a dose of local seafaring superstitions and other fascinating stories of fishing and its techniques, just head to this unique fisherman museum. Located
On top of a hill in downtown Johor Bahru, overlooking the Straits of Johor and neighbouring Singapore, stands the magnificent Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque, one of the most beautiful old mosques in Malaysia. The construction of the mosque marked the start of Johor’s modernisation process in 1892, which was commissioned