Wednesday, April 11, 2018

ENCORE MELAKA OPENING SOON

Book your seats early at promotional prices.

First come first serve until stock lasts.


Sunday, December 31, 2017

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2018

2018 has come in.
Our best wishes for 2018.
It is about time we expand our heritage area to cover Jalan Bunga Raya, Jalan Kee Ann and Jalan Munshi Abdullah.
Bandar Hilir, Jonker and Heeren streets have become too conjested.
With the opening of Melaka Monorail and Melaka river cruises, pick up and drop off points can be done.
Why not have stops at the Shore, Vedro by the river, Bandar Kaba before the final stop at the river mouth.
Passengers can drop off at various points.

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR 2018

We want to wish all Christians around the world a Very Merry Christmas.

Next week, we will usher the New Year 2018.

We want to send our best wishes and greetings to everyone to join in the New Year 2018.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

NICE ICED CHOCOLATE DRINK AT Q KAFFA AT DISCOVERY CAFE

I came down to Malacca to check on renovation works at our parents' shop house today.

Discovery Cafe @ Jalan Bunga Raya.

After taking my dinner at Discovery Cafe, Jalan Bunga Raya,  I tried an iced chocolate drink served by Q Kaffa which is quite nice.

Strong chocolate flavour.

Q Kaffa Speciality Coffee/Tea stall

The Q Kaffa is operated by two young entrepreneurs.

If you are in Malacca, do come and check out the iced chocolate drink.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

IBIS MELAKA OPENS AT JALAN BENDAHARA

New kid on the block, Ibis Melaka has opened at Jalan Bendahara. Ibis Hotels is an international chain by Accor.




Thursday, June 8, 2017

TOURISTS ARRIVAL SURGES

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 2017

TOURISTS ARRIVAL RISES

MALACCA: The total number of tourists visiting Malacca rose to 5.38 million in the first four months of this year as compared to 4.77 million for the same period last year, said State Tourism, River, Beaches and Islands Development Committee deputy chairman Datuk Ghazale Muhamad.
He said the increase of 12.7% was very a big push for Malacca which was targeting 16.75 million tourists this year with domestic tourists being the largest contributor with 3.69 million as compared to 1.69 million foreign tourists in the first four months of this year. 
"On May 19, Malacca was listed in fifth spot in 'The World's Trendiest Holiday Destinations' in a report of The British Post which opens a new dimension for tourists to continue choosing Malacca as the best holiday destination in the world," he told reporters here today.
Earlier, he had officiated an Empowering Seminar and Hari Raya Contribution Presentation for 309 trishaw riders registered with Malacca Historic City Council as a trishaw ride is among the main tourist attractions in the state.
Also present were Tourism Promotion Division general manager Norena Jaafar and Tourism and Culture Ministry director for Malacca, Jeffri Munir.
Ghazale said the five main sources of foreign tourists were China with 30.45%, Singapore (20.78%), Indonesia (12.99%), Taiwan (3.86%), and Japan (2.96%). 
He said Selangor contributed the largest number of domestic tourists with 518,265 or 15.34%.
Therefore, he said all parties involved in the Malacca tourism industry need to promote cooperation to boost the development of the industry and attract more tourists to the state.
Meanwhile, Ghazale said last year, the state government received 12 complaints involving the misconduct of trishaw riders. 
"From the total, seven involved trishaw riders going against the traffic flow and four for unreasonable charges and the remaining number involved verbal sexual harassment.
"In this regard, they were called and given warning not to repeat the offences as they are the industry's frontliners and it is the responsibility of all to protect the image and to raise the prestige of the state tourism industry," he said. — Bernama