The Shore Sky Tower
The Shore Sky Tower is the tallest building in Melaka. it has 43 floors. The roof top offers a view of up to 50 kilometers in every direction. You can see the entire Melaka town from here.
Besides enjoying the view, there is a sky deck at the roof top for those who want to experience walking over transparent glass that makes you feel like floating. There are also some telescopes available. In addition, you can also see the aquarium filled with koi fish and dine in the cafe while enjoying the surrounding scenery.
The Shore Sky Tower is worth a visit at night. The lights from the surrounding buildings make the scene look beautiful and stunning.
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Daily: 10.30 a.m – 9.30 p.m
Adult: RM 25.00
Children: RM 18.00
Tower 1, 42 & 43F, The Shore Shopping Gallery, 193, Pinggiran @ Sungai Melaka, Jalan Persisiran Bunga Raya, 75100 Melaka Tengah, Malaysia.
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If you are not afraid of heights, you should visit The Shore Sky Tower if you ever find yourself in Melaka. Opened in July 2015, this is the city’s tallest building, boasting an observatory deck on the 43rd floor where you can experience a somewhat breathtaking panoramic view of the city.
Being one of Malaysia’s most sought after destinations, Malacca City is never short of tourists’ attractions & the latest one is The Shore Sky Tower. With riveting tag ‘Seeing Malacca like you never seen before’, the visitors are given the opportunity to view the 360° panoramas view of the city from The Shore building’s 43rd floor which has been touted as the highest point in the city so far.
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So why not bring you, your friends or family along to The Shore Sky Tower and experience first hand on this unique, exhilarating and spectacular views of Malacca city and beyond. Take thousands picture and memories as you go and explore the tallest man-made structure in Malacca city.
Melaka Straits Mosque
The Strait Mosque is located on a man-made island called Melaka Island. This architecture of the mosque is inspired from the floating mosque in Jeddah. However, there are also Malay elements such as bamboo and wood carvings incorporated in its architecture.
Kampung Kling Mosque
Kampung Kling Mosque has been declared a historical monument in 1999. This unique mosque combines east and west influences on its architecture.
Klebang Beach is one of the most famous beaches in Melaka. It is an artificial beach designed to resemble the shape of a lagoon. The beach also has a unique and a relatively popular desert area that is popular among the photographers.