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.
The Orang Utan House was opened in 1992. It is a private studio and art gallery that belongs to a local artist named Charles Cham. This gallery features the painters’ drawings and also sells souvenir items such as T-shirts.
The Malacca Botanical Garden is in Ayer Keroh. It is where Melaka Skytrex is located. Besides Melaka Skytrex, the garden also hosts Malacca Forestry Museum and Book Village Malaysia.
Melaka Alive is a new attraction in Melaka. It brings the visitors a unique experience of learning about Melaka in a fun way. Melaka alive combines theater and historical elements with the advance technology that produces storm and wave simulations to give more impact on the performance.
How would it feel if suddenly the earth turn upside down? If you are curious to know what it’s like, Upside Down House is the best place to spend the time with especially with the family members and friends.
The Maritime Museum is located nearbyThe Stadhuys. It was a replica of the Portuguese ship called Flor de la Mar which sunk in the middle of the ocean on the way to Portugal while carrying the loots they rob from Melaka empire.
Melaka Skytrex is an outdoor obstacle park that challenges the participants physical ability to perform and complete the obstacle course. There are three level of difficulties and the children can also take part in the activities.
The museum features a submarine named FS Ouessant Agosta 7. This vessel was originally belonged to the French Navy before it was purchased by the Malaysian government. It was officially given to the Malacca state government to be a museum.
The Shore Oceanarium is located at the level two of The Shore Shopping Mall. Here,the visitors will have the opportunity to learn about various species of marine animals and their habitats.