Markets & Malls in Melaka


Jonker Street Night Market

Jonker Street is located at the center street of Chinatown. It was once renowned for its antique shops. However, recently it has became one of the most touristy are in Melaka. The night market opens every Friday and Saturday. It has vendors selling clothing, crafts, Melaka delicacies and cheap keepsakes.

Pasar Besar Melaka

You haven’t really visited a city until you visit the market. Pasar Besar Melaka is the biggest market in Melaka. The market used to be located beside the Melaka Sentral. Now it has been relocated to Bachang. It sells groceries and fresh produce.

Bazar Karat Tun Fatimah

Bazar Karat Tun Fatimah was opened on February 2019. It is located in front of the TF Riverside Hotel. The Bazaar hosts vendors that sell trinkets, souvenirs, used items, antiquities, home appliances and many more. Once it a while the place will hosts several events such as traditional dance competition, karaoke competition and many more.


Elements Mall Melaka

Elements Mall Melaka is a part of the Hatten City’s phase 1 development. It is the largest shopping mall in Melaka. It is strategically located within a historic city centre listed as UNESCO World Heritage City. The mall nestled along the straits waterfront. It offers the shoppers wholesome retail experience with wide range of retailers from designer apparel, accessories, footwear and home furnishing items. It also hosts several entertainment outlets and restaurants.


Plaza Hang Tuah

Plaza Hang Tuah is one of the oldest mall in Melaka. It is the best place to go for shoppers who are interested in local-made products. Besides the local hand made products, the shoppers can also find the usual daily necessities, unique local-made and souvenirs. It also hosts the first-ever indoor go-kart and paintball arena in Malaysia that is located on the 6th floor.

Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall

Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall is a modern shopping mall located in Banda Hilir. It is surrounded by historical sites such as A’Famosa and St. Paul’s Hill. The nine-storey mall is filled with branded stores, entertainment outlets, food and beverages premises and souvenir shops. The mall also has a dedicated basement level that offers craft and souvenir market. There’s a park located outside the mall for shoppers to hang out and chill.

Freeport A’Famosa Outlet

Freeport A’Famosa Outlet is located in Alor Gajah. The 180,00 sq.ft. outlet offers over 70 fashion, sport and accessories brands. The outlet is set in an open air mall featuring a lake, fountains, carousel and windmill. Its architecture is based loosely on Malacca’s Dutch heritage. The brands sold in the outlet consist of Nike, Cotton On, Esprit, Puma, G2000, Carlo Rino, Clarks, Samsonite, Parkson Lifestyle and many more. Freeport A’Famosa Outlet receives over 2.5 Million visitors since its opening.

The Shore Shopping Gallery

The SHORE Shopping Gallery is located facing the Historical Melaka River. It is a short drive away from the Melaka’s city center. The mall focuses on the stylish lifestyle-tourism that features modern and elegant architectures. This 300,000 sq ft mall is a home to over 100 stores.It offers impressive selection of restaurants and  international and local fashion stores.

Melaka International Trade Center

MITC or Melaka International Trade Center is located in the heart of Ayer Keroh. It hosts many leading conventions, trade shows, exhibitions and special events held in Melaka with highest international standard. It is owned by Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Melaka. MITC offers facilities such as Exhibition Hall, Grand Ballroom, Meeting Rooms, Auditorium, Board Room, VIP Room, Business Centres, Cafes, Kiosk and lobby.

Mahkota Parade

Mahkota Parade is the first shopping mall in Melaka. It is located in the heart of Melaka town and beside Dataran Pahlawan Shopping Mall. The mall also serves as a key destination for major community events and exhibitions. It was awarded with a Silver Award for Marketing Excellence by the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) at the 2009 ICSC Asia Awards.