My Trip to Melaka :
- Melaka is a wonderful tourist place in Malaysia
- We visited this place last year with our family friends
- Melaka is a state close to Kuala Lumpur (Capital of Malaysia)
- We can find highly built attractive buildings in Melaka
- We enjoyed traveling in Trishaws in streets
My Trip to Melaka : (Short Essay)
Commonly known as Malacca, Melaka is one of the famous destinations in Malaysia. A beautiful state in Malaysia, that is situated south to Malay Peninsula. Having known the fame and popularity of the state, we planned well ahead to visit the top 10 attractions in Melaka in a one week trip. The most scintillating spots that throbbed my heart are the Christ Church, The Stadthuys, St. Paul’s Church, Malacca Reptile and Butterfly Sanctuary and Mini Malaysia and ASEAN Cultural Park. Also, I found the Malacca Crocodile Farm very adventurous. I have taken a lot of pictures of all the places I visited and I am sure I am going to preserve those valuable pictures.
My Trip to Melaka : (Brief Essay)
One of the precious places to visit in the world is Malacca (Melaka). Known as the “The Historic State”, Melaka preserves ancient buildings till this day. We were craving to visit Malaysia since a very long time. My father was deeply researching on the best places to visit in Melaka. That is when we learnt that:
“Visiting Malacca Means Visiting Malaysia”
At that moment, we decided our vacation destination and booked our tickets to Melaka. To avoid bore-some we planned a joint trip with our uncle’s family.
The toughest task about the whole trip was to decide upon what places to visit in Melaka. The spots that are historical and familiarity value went endless. My uncle had a friend there who guided us to plan the whole trip and we planned to visit the historical places and buildings in priority.
The most important part in preserving the numerous historical sites are the valuable museums. Malacca Museum Corporation manages those museums and the museums we visited in Melaka are:
- Agricultural Museum
- Customs Department Museum
- Al-Quran Museum
- Chitty Museum and
- Governor’s Museum
These museums are just a short list of the many other museums yet we were much amazed by the historical collections in them.
The next biggest target spot we planned to visit were the historical buildings and structures. The 2 among the many we visited and that attracted me were the Saint John’s Fort and Malacca Warrior Monument.
As a break in the theme destinations visits we planned a one day parking at A’Famosa Resort. It was a great place to hang out and spend time with family.
The next part of our trip was totally religious. We spent almost 2 days in visiting various worshiping places like: Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, Christ Church, Chinese Mosque, Straits Mosque and State Mosque. The majestic sculpture and art work in those places were simply overwhelming.
The funniest and most enjoyable part in the trip was the time we spent traveling in Trishaws in the street. We did most of our shopping in the Trishaws and it was a completely new experience. Only after the trip, we were so fulfilled that we spent 10 days in a tourist destination worth its fame.