The Melaka River Cruise is an alternative for the visitors who want to enjoy the beauty of Melaka City without facing the nightmare of traffic congestion. It operates day and night.
The Melaka zoo is Malaysia’s second largest and houses more than 1200 animals from 215 different species. The main attractions of the Zoo are the Sumatran Rhinoceros and the Asian Elephants. Both species are almost facing extinction.
The History and Ethnography Museum is located in the colonial Stadthuys building. The museum is divided into two floors. The first level exhibits the history of Malacca and the second level is dedicated to the ethnographic section.
St. Paul Church is the oldest church building in Southeast Asia. It is located at the top of St. Paul Hill. Today, the church is part of the Malacca Museum Complex that comprises the ruins of A Famosa, The Stadthuys and other historic buildings.