Welcome to Malacca, an UNESCO site in Malaysia which offers exciting multicultural experiences. Strategically situated in the heart of Malacca city, Hotel M is a stone's throw away from major transport hubs and tourist attractions such as the Malaka Sentral Bus Station, Melaka River Cruise Terminal A Formasa Fort, Stadhuys and Jonker Street. You could also indulge in your shopping spree at the AEON Mall & Tesco Shopping Mall as it is only 5-minute drive from our hotel.
Each room features a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, tea/coffee making amenities and an en suite bathroom with shower facilities, a spray bidet and toiletries. An iron and a hairdryer are available on request.
1 Queen Sized Bed, RM 130.Read More
1 Queen Sized Bed, RM 140.Read More
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1 Queen Sized Bed and 1 Single Bed, RM 190.Read More
2 Queen Sized Bed, RM 210.Read More
1 Queen Sized Bed and 1 Single Bed, RM 230.Read More
D ubbed Malaysia’s unofficial historic capital, Malacca – declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2008 – is one of the country’s most unassuming states. Boasting a good blend of historic attractions – from the salmon-pink Stadhuys to the Jonker Walk Night Market – Malacca is also home to a smorgasbord of great food.
In the late 14th century, Malacca was a simple fishing village. Parameswara – a fleeing prince from the nearby Sumatra – landed on Malacca’s shores, founded the city and turned it into a favoured port for waiting out monsoons and re-supplying ships plying the strategic Straits of Malacca. In time, due to its strategic location between China and India, Malacca came to monopolize the trading routes in this quadrant of the globe. In 1405 Malacca forged an alliance with the Ming Emperor in order to secure protection against Siamese invaders; over time Chinese settlers who married local Malays resulted in what was dubbed the Baba Nyonya peoples.