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East West understands that each client have different interests and preference. Listed below are tour and package selections that will help you in planning your itinerary. These items are grouped according to the type of experience you have selected.

Chinatown-Bangkok
Overland transfer from Malacca to Kuala Lumpur
Travel by land from Malacca back to Kuala Lumpur. Admire the greenery that the highway in Malaysia has to offer during your journey.
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Chinatown-Bangkok
As you wish - car on disposal Malacca
Explore Malacca at your own pace and with a touch of style/luxury. A chauffeured car that will be at your disposal for a minimum of 3 hrs and you can go anywhere in the city. A guide can also be arranged at a separate cost.
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Chinatown-Bangkok
Tua Pek Kong Chinese temple
The Tua Pek Kong Chinese temple is a quite unique temple in the Lumut area. This is because it is located at the Straits of Malacca viewing the Straits. 

The main attraction drawing crowds of local and out-of-town visitors are 98 statues of deities and animals from the Chinese lunar calendar  on the well-landscaped three-hectare compound. There are also 11 statues measuring between 2.1m and 14.6m  in height on a broad-based, two-metre high classical facade facing the sea. Taking centre stage is the gigantic Da Bo Gong statue, along with statues of Jiu Tian Xuan Nu, Yu Nu, Guan Yin Niang Niang, Jin Tong, Wu Guan, Wen Guan, Qian Li Yan, Ma Zu, Shun Feng Er and Hu Ye.
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Chinatown-Bangkok
Baba Chan Cheng Siew House

The Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum is located in Melaka, a world UNESCO Site. The house is a combination of three terrace lots that were acquired by the Chan family in 1861. Four generations lived in the house before it was opened as a museum in March 1985.

Visiting hours from 10.00am to 4.30pm every day.

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Chinatown-Bangkok
Overland transfer from Singapore to Malacca
After breakfast, leave Singapore for an approximately 4 hrs drive to Malacca, which was once colonized by the Portuguese, Dutch, British and the Japanese during their occupation over a period of 400 years.  Located on the southwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia, it is believed that the history of Malaysia began with the founding of Malacca in 1400 by Parameswara, a Sumatran prince. Thereafter, the state flourished under the Malaccan Sultanate and eventually became theregion's largest emporium attracting traders from as far as China, India, Arabia and Europe.
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Chinatown-Bangkok
Jonker Street
Jonker Street, today called Jalan Hang Jebat, was the name street through Malacca town, in what is today the core zone of the Malacca Unesco World Heritage Site. The name jonker is said to mean "junk", referring to the Chinese vessals.

Jonker Street was where the different Chinese clans had their clan associations. Among them, the Hokkiens established theirs in 1837, along with the clan associations of the Tan, Lee, and other clans. Most of the shophouses along Jonker Street date to the early part of the 20th century, although some goes back to the 19th century.We will visit Jonker Street - the centre street of Chinatown – was renowned for its antique shops.  However, over the years, it has turned to clothing and crafts outlets as well as restaurants.
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Chinatown-Bangkok
Porta de Santiago
Visit Porta de Santiago, a small gate house which is among the oldest surviving European architectural remains in Asia. Once ordered to be destroyed by the English, this small gate was spared from destruction due to the timely intervention of Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore, who happened to visit Malacca in 1810 and had a strong passion for history and wanted to preserve the gate.

After which, we take a stroll up St Paul’s Hill and wander among the majestic trees and historical remnants.
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Chinatown-Bangkok
Dutch Square, Stadthuys
We will make a stop at the Dutch Square, Studhuys, also known as the Red Square. It is a historical structure situated in the heart of Malacca Town, the administrative capital of the state of Malacca. It was built by the Dutch occupants in 1650 as the office of the Dutch Governor and Deputy Governor as well as Christ Church.
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Chinatown-Bangkok
Malacca- at my leisure
Enjoy the rest of the day free at your own leisure. You may opt to relax and enjoy the facilities of the hotel or go and explore Malacca on your own.
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Chinatown-Bangkok
Cheng Hoon Teng Temple
Visit the oldest Chinese temple in Malaysia, Cheng Hoon Teng, also known as Temple of Green Cloud. Featuring a magnificent main gate along Jalan Tokong, the Cheng Hoon Teng temple consists of a complex of several prayer halls, with a large main prayer hall dedicated to the goddess of mercy, Kuan Yin.
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Chinatown-Bangkok
10 Days 9 Nights Round Malaysia
Enjoy this package as we bring you the highlights of Peninsular Malaysia.

Package includes:
- Arrival and departure transfers ex Kuala Lumpur
- 2 nights at Novotel Kuala Lumpur with breakfast on twin-sharing basis
- 2 nights at Mahkota Melaka with breakfast on twin-sharing basis
- 2 nights at Strawberry Park Resort with breakfast on twin-sharing basis
- 3 nights at Parkroyal Penang with breakfast on twin-sharing basis
- All tour proposed in the itinerary
- Meals as specified
- Entrance fees
- All tours based on French speaking guide

Excludes:
- Other personal expense
- Other meals and beverage not mentioned at guest's own expense

* Rates are current and subject to change. 

 
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