Taming Sari Tower

Taming Sari Tower

Taming Sari Tower is the first gyro tower in Malaysia. It was opened in 2008. For those who do not know, the gyro tower is a tower that has an observation platform that spins 360 ° from the ground up vertically. The duration of going up and down takes seven minutes per session.

This tower’s height is 110 meters. The observation platform can accommodate 66 people at a time. The visitors will be able to enjoy the views of St. Hill Paul, Dataran Pahlawan, Melaka River and Melaka Straits from above. The maximum height for the platform is 80 meters.

The Taming Sari Tower got the name from the keris belonged to a legendary Malay warrior named Hang Tuah. Some believe that the keris is a mythical weapon with a mystical power.

The tower’s structure and design also resemble the shape of a dagger, with the top of the tower resembling its head.

Image by: Sham Hardy

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Operating Hours

Daily: 10.00 a.m – 11.00 p.m


Adult: RM 17.00

Children: RM 11.00


Jalan Merdeka, Bandar Hilir, 75000 Melaka, Malaysia.

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Hear From Others

Nice revolving tower! A must to visit and highly recommended. 

Kwong Fei

The Revolving Tower is reportedly one of the more interesting sights in Melaka. It features an air-conditioned gyro tower that goes up 80 meters above ground, offering a full 360 degree view of the city.


The best and most convenient way to see the full view of the MELAKA CITY in MALAYSIA is to be inside the platform on top of the MENARA TAMING SARI TOWER…

Tony Abundabar

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