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cuti-cuti malaysia, visit malacca

  1. 1. THIS IS OUR TRIP AND HISTORY OF MALACCA ENJOY FOR WATCHING
  2. 2. ObJECTIvE • To introduce Malacca City and the interesting history. • Our guest will know about each of destination for the trip. • Attract tourist visit Malacca and holiday in Malaysia. • Give information about famous food in Malacca and type of beach.
  3. 3. Please select the title item for more information …
  4. 4. vIDEO CLIP HISTORY OF MALACCA
  5. 5. HISTORY OF MALACCA
  6. 6. MALACCA GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION CHART
  7. 7. HISTORY BUILDING A’FAMOSAA’FAMOSA MALACCA PALACEMALACCA PALACE MEMORIAL PARKMEMORIAL PARK STADHUYSSTADHUYS
  8. 8. MOST FAMOUS PLACE IN MALACCA
  9. 9. TANJUNG BIDARA BEACH
  10. 10. Description  Tanjung Bidara is a famous beach in Melaka, Malaysia in Alor Gajah district.  Bidara beach adjacent to the Terendak Camp, a military camp.  The beach is located 10 km from Masjid Tanah town is a popular camping beaches in Malacca Favorite beach is also equipped with various facilities such as car parks, children playgrounds, mosque, food courts, toilets and bathrooms for the convenience of its visitors.
  11. 11. tAMinG sAri toWer
  12. 12. Description  Menara Taming Sari is a view tower 110 meters tall, located at Bandar Hilir, Malacca (next to Dataran Pahlawan).  This tower can rotate 360 degrees, for visitors to see panoramic view of Malacca town as a whole.  The tower is a tower type of Gyro which rotates in the country. Construction cost is about RM 24 million.  The tower was officially opened on 18 April 2008. Designs are based on designs of Keris Taming Sari.
  13. 13. Jonker WAlk
  14. 14. Description  A street in Chinatown with many antiques stores. On weekend nights the whole street is closed for traffic and turns into a lively night market.  The place transforms into a fantastic eating stretch where you can bask in the moonlight while visiting stalls upon stalls of traders peddling all sorts of goods and food.  Similar to a 'Pasar Malam' or night market, Jonker Street shuts its doors to traffic at 7pm.
  15. 15. The Famous TradiTional Food in malacca
  16. 16. culTure Food in malacca
  17. 17. Generally oF malacca

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